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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
sportP641Itemtype of sport and sport: sport in which the subject participates or belongs to2014 FIFA World Cup <sport> association football-
sponsorP859Itemsponsor: organization or individual that sponsors this item2014 FIFA World Cup <sponsor> Adidas-
nicknameP1449Monolingual textnickname: informal name (for a pseudonym use P742)Manchester United F.C. <nickname> Red devils-
theme musicP942Itemtheme music: the theme music/song used by the itemLiverpool F.C. <theme music> The Fields of Anfield Road-
mascotP822Itemmascot character: mascot of an organization, e.g. a sports team or university1980 Summer Olympics <mascot> Misha-
Sports-Reference.com Olympic athlete IDP1447External identifiersports-reference.com: identifier for an Olympic athlete at www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/Usain Bolt <Sports-Reference.com Olympic athlete ID> bo/usain-bolt-1-
minimum number of playersP1872Quantityplayer: minimum numbers of players of a gameMensch ärgere dich nicht <minimum number of players> 2-
maximum number of playersP1873Quantityplayer: maximum numbers of players of a gameMensch ärgere dich nicht <maximum number of players> 6-
prize moneyP2121Quantityamount in a specific currencyJarkko Nieminen <prize money> 7,722,836 United States dollar-

Event[edit]

Title
ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
official nameP1448Monolingual textofficial name: official name of the subject in its official language(s)Germany <official name> Bundesrepublik Deutschland-
organizerP664Itemorganizer: person or institution organizing an event2014 FIFA World Cup <organizer> FIFA-
participantP710Itemperson, group of people or organization (object) that actively takes/took part in the event (subject). Preferably qualify with "object has role" (P3831). Use P1923 for team participants.2014 FIFA World Cup Final <participant> Mario Götzeparticipant of
participating teamsP1923ItemLike '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-
surface played onP765Itemthe surface on which the tournament is playedWimbledon Championships <surface played on> grass court-

Competition[edit]

Title
ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
winnerP1346Itemwinner: winner of an event - do not use for wars or battles2014-15 Premier League <winner> Chelsea F.C.victory
rankingP1352Quantitythe subject's numbered position within a tournament or group of performers2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C.
<ranking> 1
-
number of matches playedP1350Quantitymatches 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
-
number of winsP1355Quantitynumber of sporting matches, games or events won2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C.
<number of wins> 26
-
matches/games drawn/tiedP1357Quantitynumber of matches or games drawn or tied in a league or an event2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C.
<matches/games drawn/tied> 9
-
number of lossesP1356Quantitynumber of sporting matches, games or events lost2014-15 Premier League <participating teams> Chelsea F.C.
<number of losses> 3
-
points forP1358Quantitynumber 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/set scoredP1351Quantitygoals / 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/set scored> 73
-
number of points/goals concededP1359Quantitypoints 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/set scoredP1351Quantitygoals / 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/set scored> 1
-
points/goal scored byP1363Itemperson who scored a point or goal in a game2006 FIFA World Cup Final <points/goal scored by> Zinedine Zidane-
match time of eventP1390Quantitytime into a game when an event occurs (use with a unit)2006 FIFA World Cup Final <points/goal scored by> Zinedine Zidane
<match time of event> 7
-
contributor(s) to the creative workP767Itemcontributor: person or organization that contributed to a subject: co-creator of a creative work2006 FIFA World Cup Final <points/goal scored by> Zinedine Zidane
<contributor(s) to the creative work> Florent Malouda
contributed to published work
score methodP1443Itemqualifier of "points/goal scored by (P1363)"2006 FIFA World Cup Final <points/goal scored by> Zinedine Zidane
<score method> penalty kick
-
replacesP1365Itemreplaced object: person or item replaced. Use P1398 (structure replaces) for structures. Use P155 (follows) if the previous item was not replaced or if predecessor and successor are identical.2006 FIFA World Cup Final <participant> Daniele De Rossi
<replaces> Francesco Totti
replaced by
replaced byP1366Itemreplacing subject: person or item which replaces another. Use P156 (followed by) if the item is not replaced (e.g. books in a series), nor identical2006 FIFA World Cup Final <participant> Francesco Totti
<replaced by> Daniele De Rossi
replaces
refereeP1652Itemreferee: referee or umpire of a match2006 FIFA World Cup Final <referee> Horacio Elizondo-
size of team at startP2103Quantitynumber of players/sled dogs/etc. in a team at the start of a match or raceIditarod Trail Sled Dog Race <size of team at start> 16 sled dog-
size of team at finishP2105Quantitynumber of players/sled dogs/etc. in a team at the end of the race or matchIditarod Trail Sled Dog Race <size of team at finish>sled dog-

Person[edit]

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Title
ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
member of sports teamP54Itemsports team: sports teams or clubs that the subject currently represents or formerly representedDiego Maradona <member of sports team> FC Barcelona-
position played on team / specialityP413Itemposition: position or specialism of a player on a team, e.g. Small ForwardJoe Thornton <position played on team / speciality> centre-
shooting handednessP423Itemwhether the hockey player passes or shoots left- or right-handedJoe Thornton <shooting handedness> left-handed shot-
handednessP552Itemchirality: handedness of the personNovak Djokovic <handedness> right-handedness-
dan/kyu rankP468Itemdan and Kyū: rank system used in several board games (e.g. go, shogi, renju), martial arts (e.g. judo, kendo, wushu) and some other gamesGo Seigen <dan/kyu rank> 9 dan-
medical conditionP1050Itemhealth problem: any state relevant to the health of an organism, including diseases and positive conditionsPetchara Chaowarat <medical condition> spina bifida-
national team capsP1129Quantitytotal number of games officially played by a sportsman for national teamProperty talk:P1129-
professional or sports partnerP1327Itemperson a professional or athlete works withJamie Salé <professional or sports partner> David Pelletier-
participant ofP1344Itemevent: event a person or an organization was a participant in, inverse of P710 or P1923Alberto Tomba <participant of> 1992 Winter Olympicsparticipant
number of matches playedP1350Quantitymatches 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.Stade Toulousain <number of matches played> 877,423-
sport numberP1618Stringuniform number: number worn on a player's (competitor's) uniform, equipment, etcMario Götze <sport number> 19-
acquisition transactionP1642Itemtransaction: how the player was acquired; qualifier for P54 (member of sports team)Kat Williamson <acquisition transaction> tradedeparture transaction
departure transactionP1643Itemtransaction: how the player was released or transferred from the roster; qualifier for P54 (member of sports team)Kat Williamson <departure transaction> tradeacquisition transaction
drafted byP647Itemwhich team the player was drafted byNick Punto <drafted by> Philadelphia Phillies-
draft pick numberP1836Stringpriority draft pick: overall pick number with which a player is selected in a sports draftProperty talk:P1836-
country for sportP1532Itemnationality for sports: country a person or a team represents when playing a sportWayne Rooney <country for sport> England-

Team/Club[edit]

Title
ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
official nameP1448Monolingual textofficial name: official name of the subject in its official language(s)Germany <official name> Bundesrepublik Deutschland-
home venueP115Itemstadium: home stadium or venue of a sports team or applicable performing arts organizationJuventus F.C. <home venue> Juventus Stadium-
headquarters locationP159Itemheadquarters, siège social, seat and episcopal see: specific location where an organization's headquarters is or has been situated. Inverse property of "occupant" (P466).
country, region or town (preferred) where the club is based.
Santos Futebol Clube <headquarters location> João Pessoaoccupant
leagueP118Itemsports league: league in which team or player plays or has played inJuventus F.C. <league> Serie A-
head coachP286Itemcoach: 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 personManchester United F.C. <head coach> Alex Ferguson-
general managerP505Itemgeneral manager: general manager of a sports team. If he is also an on-field manager use P286 insteadMontreal Canadiens <general manager> Marc Bergevin-
captainP634Itemcaptain: captain of this sports teamLondon Knights <captain> Scott Harrington-
participant ofP1344Itemevent: event a person or an organization was a participant in, inverse of P710 or P1923Alberto Tomba <participant of> 1992 Winter Olympicsparticipant and participating teams
parent clubP831Itemparent club of this teamRochester 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) View with SQID for that, if you want to add a time frame use start time (P580) View with SQID and end time (P582) View with 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.

Charts[edit]

Values in sport (P641)[edit]

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Instances of items with sport (P641)[edit]

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Values in sports discipline competed in (P2416)[edit]

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Instances of items with sports discipline competed in (P2416)[edit]

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Items with sport (P641), but no P31/P279[edit]

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Items with sport (P641) only[edit]

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Reports[edit]

Countries with missing sports governing body by population (with tennis as sample)
SELECT ?continentLabel ?pop ?item ?itemLabel ?itemDescription
WITH
{
     SELECT DISTINCT ?item { ?spgb wdt:P31 wd:Q2485448 ; wdt:P641 wd:Q847 ; wdt:P17 ?item }
} as %done
WHERE
{
	?item wdt:P31 wd:Q6256 .
	MINUS { INCLUDE %done }
	?item wdt:P1082 ?pop
	OPTIONAL { ?item wdt:P30 ?continent }
	SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language "[AUTO_LANGUAGE],en" }
}
ORDER BY DESC(?continentLabel) DESC(?pop)

Try it!

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