Tag:sport=multi

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Description
To indicate that a sports facility is suitable for different kinds of sport
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Useful combination
Status: De facto

To indicate that a sports facility, such as a leisure=pitch or leisure=sports_centre, can be used to practise different kinds of sport, or is not intended for any specific sport.

In the case of a pitch it's quite common for markings to be provided and goalposts/nets for multiple sports, in the same area. These can be called "multi-use games areas" (MUGA). An example is a pitch where basketball, soccer and volleyball can be played. The pitch should have markings and equipment for these sports (We don't use this tag on a rugby pitch just because people sometimes play soccer on it!)

You may also use list of sports instead (Semi-colon value separator, involving separating the items with a semicolon e.g. sport=basketball;soccer;volleyball ). This would be preferred if you know the list of sports the facility is meant for. The sport=multi tag allows you a shortcut. It is also useful for cases where you do not know which sports a facility is meant for, or if a facility does not restrict itself to a particular list of sports. For example, gymnasiums are often used for just about any sport that can be practised under a roof, so tagging a specific sport does not make sense.