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From the Wikipedia article for club:
- A club is an association of two or more people united by a common interest or goal. A service club, for example, exists for voluntary or charitable activities; there are clubs devoted to hobbies and sports, social activities clubs, political and religious clubs, and so forth.
An example list of common types of club bases:
- club=culture A cultural club that doesn't fit in other categories. Consider using a specific new value instead of this.
- club=ethnic A club to promote ethnic or inter-ethnic culture.
- club=history A club devoted to (local) history and traditions
- club=music A club where people sing or play music
- club=doityourself Do it yourself club (electronics, clothes,..)
- club=filmmaking A club of people making films together, non-professionally.
- club=amateur_radio An amateur radio club, usually part of national association.
- club=linux A Linux User Group (LUG)
- club=game A club devoted to games. See also club=card_games and club=board_games.
- club=board_games A club devoted to board games. See also club=game.
- club=card_games A club devoted to games involving regular playing cards. See also club=game.
- club=charity A club devoted to charitable activities: blood/tissues donation (for blood donation facilities, use healthcare=blood_donation instead), humanitarian,..
- club=equestrian A club for equestrian activities
- club=fishing (for competitions see club=sport + sport=fishing)
- club=hunting (see also club=sport+sport=shooting)
- club=nature A club devoted to nature study: mushrooms, rocks, flowers, birdwatching, and so on. Consider creating specific values for each of these.
- club=allotments A club organising the usage of allotments and providing a recreational centre for the members
- club=sport + sport=*
- club=religion + religion=* + denomination=*
- club=freemasonry A Masonic Lodge/temple/hall used by Freemasons.
- club=veterans A club of war veterans (e.g., in Italy "Gruppo alpini" or "Gruppo partigiani").
- club=nudism Nudist club
- club=fan A fan club.
- club=astronomy An amateur astronomy club
- club=motorcycle A club of motorcyclists
- club=bicycle Promote and enjoy bicycle usage (for competitions see club=sport + sport=cycling)
- club=scout A scout group base. For Scouts, Guides or any similar groups.
- club=surf_life_saving A surf life saving club
- club=cadet Location of various Youth Cadet groups e.g. Police / Fire / Military Cadets
- club=youth_movement Organisation for children that typically meets weekly. Distinctly different from Scouts. Mainly used in Flanders but not limited to.
The base of the club can be tagged amenity=community_centre with the type community_centre=club_home and possibly the target group community_centre:for=*; either on the containing building or the same element as the club itself.
Remember to add the website=* to the club.
- office=association - An office of a non-profit organisation, society, e.g. student, sport, consumer, automobile, bike association, etc…
- amenity=social_club - In the United Kingdom, a social club or working man's club is a members club which typically provides facilities similar to a pub.