|Tags should be British English. Bleachers is not a British English term.
The correct British term would be stands. Please don't change all occcurences of this tag. Automated edits are strongly discouraged unless you really know what you are doing!
|Tags should specific and grammatically correct. Bleacher as a singular does not mean anything in this context.
Stands is a very generic term that could mean almost anything.
The correct term would be grandstand. Please don't change all occurrences of this tag. Automated edits are strongly discouraged unless you really know what you are doing!
|Status:||Draft (under way)|
|Definition:||A teired bench seating usually at the side of a sporting field for observing the sporting games|
|Rendered as:||similar to stadium possibly with it's own icon, not the same color as building rendering|
Bleachers aren't building but usually are fixed to one spot especially large ones. They are usually next to sport fields that aren't in stadiums. Wanted to show the physical object on the map while not misrepresenting it as a stadium or building. These are common place as far as I know in America and are at most high school sports fields as well as middle schools they are common since there is at least one in every moderately populated town.
leisure=bleacher + bleacher:rows=number (optional)
- 1. Rows (number)
number of tiered rows on bleacher e.a. rows tiered row used for seating like an elongated bench should be combined with access=* , Usually near leisure:pitch=*