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Template for the Sport table in the Map Features page. Use the default English text or use the template arguments for your translations


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== section header ==
|name=        (section header line)
|description= (displayed before and/or after the table; optional)
== One key/value row ==
|sport:key=   |baseball:value=   |baseball:desc=   |baseball:render=   |baseball:photo=

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This key is intended as an additional key. It has to be combined with other tags like landuse=* or leisure=*.

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
sport 9pin node area 9-pin Bowling (on Wikipedia) - bowling game played in Europe with only 9 pins
sport 10pin node area 10-pin Bowling (on Wikipedia)
sport archery node area 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 node area Track and field athletics. A collection of sports events that involve running, throwing and jumping (on Wikipedia).
Webb at hayward.jpg
sport australian_football node area 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 baseball node area An outdoor bat-and-ball sport contested by two teams of nine players each on a large grass pitch (on Wikipedia)
Baseball swing.jpg
sport basketball node area Basketball, very popular in the USA and the Philippines (on Wikipedia)
Basketball through the hoop.JPG
sport beachvolleyball node area beachvolleyball on Wikipedia
Beach volleyball from zh.JPG
sport boules node area A collective name for games played with metal balls, popular in France (on Wikipedia). The different variations of this sport can be specified by also adding a type=* tag. Values for this type=* tag are e.g.: petanque, lyonnaise, extreme, ...
Boules set.jpg
sport bowls node area Lawn bowls (on Wikipedia)
sport canoe node area Canoeing (both canadian and kayaks)
sport chess node area Chess (on Wikipedia) - here mostly intended: big chess-boards in the open air
sport climbing node area Rock climbing - natural or artificial climbs (climbing walls) (on Wikipedia)
Dscf0658 600.jpg
sport cricket node area A bat-and-ball sport contested by two teams, usually of eleven players, each on a large grass pitch (on Wikipedia)
Cricket Bat.jpg
sport cricket_nets node area Cricket nets for practice used by batsmen and bowlers to warm up and/or improve their cricketing techniques. (on Wikipedia)
sport croquet node area 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 cycling node area
sport diving node area
Diving - scubadiver.JPG
sport dog_racing node area
Greyhound Dogs entering the trap boxes in the Macau caninodrome(Macau)2005..jpg
sport equestrian node area 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
Evie Gullis Jumping Her Horse.JPG
sport football node area Please avoid this tag, as it is internationally ambiguous. Better use more detailed: soccer, rugby, australian_football, ...
sport golf node area for golf courses, use leisure=golf_course
sport gymnastics node area
Kasse og brett.JPG
sport hockey node area
Field hockey.jpg
sport horse_racing node area
Racing at Ruidoso Downs.jpg
sport korfball node area (korfball on Wikipedia)
sport motor node area
sport multi node area
sport orienteering node (orienteering on Wikipedia) Orienteering club or centre
Monika annika.jpg
sport paddle_tennis node area (paddle_tennis on Wikipedia)
sport paragliding node area Paragliding takeoff or landing site (paragliding on Wikipedia)
Virage à la sellette.jpg
sport pelota node area (pelota on Wikipedia)
sport racquet node area
sport rowing node area (rowing on Wikipedia)
Daniel Lyons and Robert Espeseth of the US Olympic rowing team.JPEG
sport rugby node area
sport shooting node area outdoor or indoor shooting range
050607 M 5900L 044.jpg
sport skating node area ice skating
sport skateboard node area
sport skiing node area
sport soccer node area 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": In USA, American Football; in Australia, any of soccer, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Australian Rules Football; etc.
Billiken soccer.jpg
sport swimming node area
KingdomGames07 02.jpg
sport table_tennis node area
Pingpong equip.jpg
sport team_handball node area (Team) handball on Wikipedia
sport tennis node area Tennis courts
Yes NCTU tennis 2.JPG
sport toboggan node way area public toboggan run
sport volleyball node area volleyball on Wikipedia
Volleyball game.jpg

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