Wikipedia:WikiProject Sports

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Welcome to WikiProject Sports. Some have formed this collaboration resource and group dedicated to improving Wikipedia's coverage of sports, including the organization of information and articles on this topic area. This page and its subpages contain suggestions and various resources, including article assessment information, that we hope help focus the efforts of other Wikipedians to improve all sport related articles in order to make Wikipedia an excellent resource for sports-related information for all who visit. And we are here to point editors in the right direction to get involved in child projects that focus on their more particular sporting interests. If you would like to help, please inquire on the talk page, join the project, and see the to-do list below.

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Scope

This WikiProject aims primarily to:

  • Describe how sporting-related articles should be represented and what information belongs in the articles
  • Provide a central location for coordinating and organizing sports articles and their features
  • Serve as an article assessment group, helping move articles closer and closer to Featured Article status
  • Foster sports article creation and improvement
  • Creation of useful Wikipedia templates for use in sports articles – navigation boxes, stub tags, infoboxes, etc.

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