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This pages provides helpful information for all WikiProjects that take care of sports related topics on Wikidata. This wiki page should provide an overview of the current status and useful information for Wikidata editors and users.

Properties[edit]

General[edit]

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
sport P641 Item type of sport: sport in which the entity participates or belongs to 2014 FIFA World Cup <sport> association football -
sponsor P859 Item sponsor: enterprise or individual that sponsors this item 2014 FIFA World Cup <sponsor> Adidas -
nickname P1449 Monolingual text nickname: nickname of an entity Manchester United F.C. <nickname> Red devils -
theme music P942 Item theme music: the theme music/song used under licence by the item (film, event, sport club/team, person, etc.) Liverpool F.C. <theme music> The Fields of Anfield Road -
mascot P822 Item mascot character: mascot of an organization, e.g. a sports team or university 1980 Summer Olympics <mascot> Misha -
Sports Reference ID P1447 External identifier sports-reference.com: identifier on the website sports-reference.com Usain Bolt <Sports Reference ID> bo/usain-bolt-1 -
minimum number of players P1872 Number player: minimum numbers of players of a game Mensch ärgere dich nicht <minimum number of players> 2 -
maximum number of players P1873 Number player: maximum numbers of players of a game Mensch ärgere dich nicht <maximum number of players> 6 -
prize money P2121 Number amount in a specific currency (add "+-0" to the number when entering the amount manually) Jarkko Nieminen <prize money> 7722836 United States dollar -

Event[edit]

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
official name P1448 Monolingual text official name of the subject in its official language(s) Germany <official name> Bundesrepublik Deutschland -
organizer P664 Item organiser: person or institution organizing an event 2014 FIFA World Cup <organizer> FIFA -
participant P710 Item person, group of people or organization that actively takes/took part in the event. Preferably qualify with "has role" (P2868). Use P1923 for the team 2014 FIFA World Cup Final <participant> Mario Götze participant of
participating teams P1923 Item Like 'Participant' (P710) but for teams. For an event like a cycle race or a football match you can use this property to list the teams and P710 to list the individuals (with 'member of sports team' (P54)' as a qualifier for the individuals) 2014 FIFA World Cup Final <participating teams> Germany national football team participant of
surface played on P765 Item the surface on which the tournament is played Wimbledon Championships <surface played on> grass court -

Competition[edit]

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
winner P1346 Item winner: winner of an event 2014-15 Premier League <winner> Chelsea F.C. victory
ranking P1352 Number the subject's position in the specified rank 2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C. <ranking> 1 -
number of matches played P1350 Number matches or games a player or a team played during an event. Also a total number of matches a player officially appeared in during the whole career. 2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C. <number of matches played> 38 -
wins P1355 Number number of sporting matches, games or events won 2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C. <wins> 26 -
matches/games drawn/tied P1357 Number number of matches or games drawn or tied in a league or an event 2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C. <matches/games drawn/tied> 9 -
losses P1356 Number number of sporting matches, games or events lost 2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C. <losses> 3 -
points for P1358 Number number of points in a league table or decathlon. (Use P1351 for goals/points in a match) 2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C. <points for> 87 -
number of points/goals scored P1351 Number goals / points scored in a match or an event used as qualifier to the participant. Use P1358 for league points. 2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C. <number of points/goals scored> 73 -
number of points/goals conceded P1359 Number points conceded or goals against (use in league table items) 2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C. <number of points/goals conceded> 32 -

Match/Game[edit]

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
number of points/goals scored P1351 Number goals / points scored in a match or an event used as qualifier to the participant. Use P1358 for league points. 2006 FIFA World Cup Final <participating teams> France national football team <number of points/goals scored> 1 -
points/goal scored by P1363 Item person who scored a point or goal in a game 2006 FIFA World Cup Final <points/goal scored by> Zinedine Zidane -
match time of score (minutes) P1390 Number minutes into a game when a goal is scored 2006 FIFA World Cup Final <points/goal scored by> Zinedine Zidane <match time of score (minutes)> 7 -
contributor P767 Item contributor: person or organization that contributed to a subject: co-creator of a creative work; a player assisted to score a point or a goal in a game etc. 2006 FIFA World Cup Final <points/goal scored by> Zinedine Zidane <contributor> Florent Malouda -
score method P1443 Item qualifier of "points/goal scored by (P1363)" 2006 FIFA World Cup Final <points/goal scored by> Zinedine Zidane <score method> penalty kick -
replaces P1365 Item Person, state or other item who was replaced in an office, position, etc.. Use P167 (structure replaced by) for structures. Use P155 (follows) if the previous item was not replaced or predecessor and successor are identical. 2006 FIFA World Cup Final <participant> Daniele De Rossi <replaces> Francesco Totti replaced by
replaced by P1366 Item person or state or item who replaces another in an office, position, etc. Use P156 (followed by) if the item is not replaced, e.g. books in a series 2006 FIFA World Cup Final <participant> Francesco Totti <replaced by> Daniele De Rossi replaces
referee P1652 Item referee: referee or umpire of a match 2006 FIFA World Cup Final <referee> Horacio Elizondo -
size of team at start P2103 Number number of players/sled dogs/etc. in a team at the start of a match or race Property talk:P2103 -
size of team at finish P2105 Number number of players/sled dogs/etc. in a team at the end of the race or match Property talk:P2105 -

Person[edit]

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Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
member of sports team P54 Item sports team: sports teams or clubs that the subject currently represents or formerly represented Diego Maradona <member of sports team> FC Barcelona -
position played on team / speciality P413 Item position: position or specialism of a player on a team, e.g. Small Forward Joe Thornton <position played on team / speciality> centre -
shooting handedness P423 Item whether the hockey player passes oŗ shoots left- or right-handed Joe Thornton <shooting handedness> left-handed shot -
handedness P552 Item handedness of the person Property talk:P552 -
dan/kyu rank P468 Item rank system used in several board games (e.g. go, shogi, renju), martial arts (e.g. judo, kendo, wushu) and some other games Go Seigen <dan/kyu rank> 9 dan -
medical condition P1050 Item health problem: disease or other health problem affecting an individual human or other animal Petchara Chaowarat <medical condition> spina bifida -
national team caps P1129 Number total number of games officially played by a sportsman for national team Property talk:P1129 -
professional or sports partner P1327 Item person a professional or athlete works with Jamie Salé <professional or sports partner> David Pelletier -
participant of P1344 Item event a person or an organization was a participant in, inverse of P710 or P1923 Alberto Tomba <participant of> 1992 Winter Olympics participant and participating teams
number of matches played P1350 Number matches or games a player or a team played during an event. Also a total number of matches a player officially appeared in during the whole career. Property talk:P1350 -
sport number P1618 String uniform number: number worn on a player's (competitor's) uniform, equipment, etc Mario Götze <sport number> 19 -
acquisition transaction P1642 Item transaction: how the player was aquired; qualifier for P54 (member of sports team) Kat Williamson <acquisition transaction> trade -
departure transaction P1643 Item transaction: how the player was released or transferred from the roster; qualifier for P54 (member of sports team) Kat Williamson <departure transaction> trade -
drafted by P647 Item which team the player was drafted by Nick Punto <drafted by> Philadelphia Phillies -
draft pick number P1836 String priority draft pick: overall pick number with which a player is selected in a sports draft Property talk:P1836 -
country for sport P1532 Item country a person or a team represents when playing a sport Janet Lee <country for sport> England -

Team/Club[edit]

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
official name P1448 Monolingual text official name of the subject in its official language(s) Germany <official name> Bundesrepublik Deutschland -
home venue P115 Item stadium: home stadium or venue of a sports team or applicable performing arts organization F.C Jumilla <home venue> Juventus Stadium -
headquarters location P159 Item headquarters, siège social and seat: specific location where an organization's HQ is or has been situated
country, region or town (preferred) where the club is based.
Santos Futebol Clube <headquarters location> João Pessoa -
league P118 Item sports league: league in which team plays or has played in F.C Jumilla <league> Serie A -
head coach P286 Item sports coach: on-field manager or head coach of a sports club (not to be confused with a general manager P505, which is not a coaching position) or person Manchester United F.C. <head coach> Alex Ferguson -
general manager P505 Item general manager: general manager of a sports team. If he is also an on-field manager use P286 instead Montreal Canadiens <general manager> Marc Bergevin -
captain P634 Item captain: captain of this sports team London Knights <captain> Scott Harrington -
participant of P1344 Item event a person or an organization was a participant in, inverse of P710 or P1923 Alberto Tomba <participant of> 1992 Winter Olympics participant and participating teams
parent club P831 Item parent club of this team Rochester Red Wings <parent club> Minnesota Twins -

Tagging[edit]

How to tag…

  • that a player is affiliated with a team (including an optional time frame)
Use member of sports team (P54) [SQID] for that, if you want to add a time frame use start time (P580) [SQID] and end time (P582) [SQID] as qualifiers
See basketball assistant coach (Q17279652) for an item on a basketball assistant coach, may need a more generic item for assistant coaches in general.
  • a national sports team
My personal solution for this: Use instance of (P31) = national sports team (Q1194951). For additional points add of (P642) = [nation] as qualifier to that claim. To add the type of sports, use sport (P641) = [sport]. As an alternative you could also use instance of (P31) = [sports team, e.g. basketball team (Q13393265)]. I prefer the sport (P641) solution though. --Bthfan (talk)

Problems[edit]

This one is not an easy problem to solve as quite a few Wikipedia articles mix team and club. Also people sometimes say "team" when they mean "club" (as far as I see this :). See the discussion page for more input on this.

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