For categorising any specific sport.
The sport=* tag is used to identify one or more sports which can be played within or on some physical feature. A list of sports is given below. Note that both football and rugby are to be avoided; please use american_football, australian_football, canadian_football, rugby_league, rugby_union or soccer, as appropriate.
A sport should normally also be associated with a suitable physical feature where it is performed; often this is leisure=pitch or leisure=track although other surfaces or features are sometimes appropriate, for example natural=beach for swimming and diving. A leisure=sports_centre may be associated with a number of sports. Where individual sports are played at distinct identifiable places then identify the sport with the particular pitch etc. Where a number of sports are associated with a single feature then separate the sports with a ';', for example 'gymnastics;badminton'.
Several sports rely on different or additional tagging, whitewater sports use specific tagging to tag waterways, Proposed features/Climbing routes are tagged as ways with grades and there is special mapping for highway=via_ferrata.
Since this is a non-physical tag it should be combined with one of these (physical) tags:
- leisure=track (athletics, cycling, horse_racing, ...)
- leisure=golf_course (golf, jogging, walking, ...)
- leisure=swimming_pool (swimming, diving, gymnastics, ...)
- landuse=piste (skiing, hiking, paragliding, ...)
- tourism=hotel (swimming, golf, tennis, ...)
- amenity=restaurant (10pin, ...)
- amenity=pub (billiard, darts, pinball, table_soccer ...)
The colour of areas should be determined by the physical tags mentioned above. The sport-tag itself should only result in an appropriate icon. When there's no other (physical) tag some default color could be applied, though this wouldn't encourage proper mapping.
|sport||9pin||9-pin Bowling (on Wikipedia) - bowling game played in Europe with only 9 pins|
|sport||10pin||10-pin Bowling (on Wikipedia)|
|sport||american_football||American Football. Tag introduced June 2010 in preference to use of the confusing sport=football|
|sport||aikido||Aikido (on Wikipedia)|
|sport||archery||The different variations of this sport can be specified by also adding a type=* tag. Values for this type=* tag are e.g.: FITA, field, 3D, ... See also Archery on Wikipedia|
|sport||athletics|| Track and field athletics. A collection of sports events that involve throwing and jumping (on Wikipedia).
for running tracks better use running
|sport||australian_football||Australian Rules Football. A team sport played between two teams of 18 players with a ball on large oval shaped grass fields (often also used as a cricket ground), with four goal posts at each end.(on Wikipedia)|
|sport||base||Buildings, Antennae, Span & Earth. A more down to earth approach to parachuting (on Wikipedia)|
|sport||badminton||An indoor sport played with a shuttlecock and racquet, played as singles or in teams of two (on Wikipedia).|
|sport||baseball||An outdoor bat-and-ball sport contested by two teams of nine players each on a large grass pitch (on Wikipedia)|
|sport||basketball||Basketball, very popular in the USA and the Philippines (on Wikipedia)|
|sport||beachvolleyball||beachvolleyball on Wikipedia|
|sport||bmx||BMX on Wikipedia.|
|sport||boules||A collective name for games played with metal balls, popular in France (on Wikipedia).|
|sport||bowls||A place where you can play lawn bowls/lawn bowling|
|sport||boxing||Boxing (Olympic discipline)|
|sport||canoe||Canoeing (both canadian and kayaks)|
|sport||chess||Chess (on Wikipedia) - here mostly intended: big chess-boards in the open air|
|sport||climbing||Rock climbing - natural or artificial climbs (climbing walls) (on Wikipedia)|
|sport||cricket||A bat-and-ball sport contested by two teams, usually of eleven players, each on a large grass pitch (on Wikipedia)|
|sport||cricket_nets||Cricket nets for practice used by batsmen and bowlers to warm up and/or improve their cricketing techniques. (on Wikipedia)|
|sport||croquet||A game played between 2 or more players on a small grass pitch hitting wooden or plastic balls with a mallet through hoops embedded into the grass. (on Wikipedia)|
|sport||fencing||fencing on Wikipedia|
|sport||equestrian|| Equestrianism, sports involving the skill of riding or driving horses (on Wikipedia).
Often associated internationally with show jumping and dressage, but also including endurance riding, eventing, reining, tent pegging, vaulting, polo, horse racing, driving, rodeo and more.
See also sport=horse_racing
||DO NOT USE THIS TAG, as it is ambiguous. Use: soccer, rugby_league, rugby_union, australian_football, ...|
|sport||free_flying||Paragliding/Hanggliding/... takeoff, landings, towing, etc. and related amenities and properties|
|sport||gaelic_games|| Gaelic games such as Hurling, Gaelic Football, Camogie, predominantly played in Ireland.
For tagging individual games under this category see the tag page.
|sport||golf||for golf courses, use leisure=golf_course|
|sport||horseshoes||horseshoes on Wikipedia|
|sport||ice_stock||Use with: leisure=pitch. Eisstockschießen on Wikipedia|
|sport||judo||Judo (Olympic discipline)|
|sport||karting||For a description of this motor sport, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kart_racing . When used together with highway=raceway then please add also area=no, otherwise the raceway is not rendered.|
|sport||kitesurfing||For a description of this water sport, see: Kitesurfing on Wikipedia|
|sport||korfball||(korfball on Wikipedia)|
|sport||obstacle_course||(Obstacle course). A series of challenging physical obstacles an individual or team must navigate usually while being timed.|
|sport||orienteering||(Orienteering club or centre). Navigation sport with Map and compass.|
|sport||paddle_tennis||(paddle_tennis on Wikipedia)|
|sport||paragliding||Paragliding takeoff or landing site (paragliding on Wikipedia)|
|sport||pelota||Spanish Groupname for a number of ball games (Baseball, Basque pelota, Bocce, Jai alai, Valencian pilota). (pelota on Wikipedia)|
|sport||racquet||Group name of sports that are played with a racquet|
|sport||rowing||(rowing on Wikipedia)|
|sport||rugby_league||One of the two codes of rugby football, split from rugby union in 1895, along with subsequent rule changes|
|sport||rugby_union||Rugby union is a full contact team sport, a form of football which originated in England in the early 19th century.|
|sport||shooting||outdoor or indoor shooting range|
|sport||skiing||This tag isn't well documented, and it's usage is unclear. I would better recommand the use of the Proposed_features/Piste_Maps Project for things related to skiing|
|sport||soccer||Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, a team sport played between two teams of eleven players (on Wikipedia). Note: While called "football" (fussball, fotball, ...) in many countries, it is best to tag it as "soccer" to avoid confusion with other usages of "football"|
|sport||surfing||(surfing on Wikipedia)|
|sport||taekwondo||Taekwondo (Olympic discipline)|
|sport||team_handball||(Team) handball on Wikipedia|
|sport||toboggan||public sledding run; see also Piste Map Proposal (piste:type=sled, piste:difficulty=advanced, piste:lit=yes)|
|sport||volleyball||volleyball on Wikipedia|
|sport||water_ski||Waterskiing: either on a cable ski course, or pulled by a boat.|
|sport||weightlifting||Weightlifting (Olympic discipline)|
|sport||wrestling||Wrestling (Olympic discipline)|
|sport||user defined||All commonly used values according to Taginfo|
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