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Usage[wysig bron]

This template is used to display a football (soccer) player squad in a standard format.

Syntax[wysig bron]

Most squads are split into two vertical columns. For these, you can use the {{Football squad start}}, {{Football squad mid}} and {{Football squad end}} templates to help with the layouting, and then use this template repeatedly within them:

{{Football squad start}}
<!-- For help  using the below template, please see [[Template talk:Football squad  player]] -->
{{Football  squad  player|no=#SHIRT_NUMBER|nat=#NATIONALITY|pos=#POS_OR_ROLE|name=#PLAYER_NAME}}
{{Football  squad  player|no=#SHIRT_NUMBER|nat=#NATIONALITY|pos=#POS_OR_ROLE|name=#PLAYER_NAME|other=#OTHER_RELATED_INFO}}
{{Football  squad mid}}
{{Football  squad  player|no=#SHIRT_NUMBER|nat=#NATIONALITY|pos=#POS_OR_ROLE|name=#PLAYER_NAME}}
{{Football  squad end}}

Alternatively, if you just want a single column, you can use {{football squad blank column}} to fill in a blank right hand column.

{{football squad start}}
{{Football  squad  player|no=#SHIRT_NUMBER|nat=#NATIONALITY|pos=#POS_OR_ROLE|name=#PLAYER_NAME}}
{{football  squad blank column}}
{{Football  squad end}}

Alternative template names[wysig bron]

In order to make easier the work of writing new squads, some alternative, shorter, names has been designed. So, you may now use {{Fs start}}, {{Fs mid}}, {{Fs player}}, {{Fs end}} and {{Fs blank column}} as alternative templates, using the same equivalent syntax of the other ones.

Example[wysig bron]

For example, the following code:

{{Football squad start}}
{{football  squad player | no=1  | nat=Germany    | pos=GK | name=[[Jens  Lehmann]]}}
{{football  squad player | no=3  | nat=England    | pos=DF | name=[[Ashley Cole]]}}
{{football  squad player | no=14 | nat=France     | pos=FW | name=[[Thierry Henry]]  | other=captain }}
{{football  squad mid}}
{{football  squad player | no=23 | nat=England    | pos=DF | name=[[Sol  Campbell]]}}
{{football  squad player | no=24 | nat=Spain      | pos=GK | name=[[Manuel  Almunia]]}}
{{football  squad player | no=26 | nat=Ghana      | pos=FW | name=[[Quincy Owusu-Abeyie]] |  other=on loan}}
{{football  squad end}}

Produces this table: Sjabloon:Football squad start Sjabloon:Football squad player Sjabloon:Football squad player Sjabloon:Football squad player Sjabloon:Football squad mid Sjabloon:Football squad player Sjabloon:Football squad player Sjabloon:Football squad player Sjabloon:Football squad end

Parameters[wysig bron]

  • no: The shirt number for the player, if they have one. If the player's number is not known, or unassigned, then you can use the character instead.
  • nat: The player's nationality. Use the name of the country, or its 3-letter IOC country code, rather than an adjective (e.g. "Spain" instead of "Spanish"). This is usually the country of the player's birth; however, if a player has dual nationality then use the country that he represents in international football.
  • pos: The position in which the player plays. You can use any of the four options below:
    1. GK for Goalkeeper;
    2. DF for Defender;
    3. MF for Midfielder;
    4. FW for Striker or Forward;
  • name: The player's name.
  • other: This is an optional parameter. You can add any related info to this parameter, like specifying captain, vice-captain, whether the player is on loan, etc. It will show additional info in the brackets after the player name. You do not have to specify it if neither applies.

Microformat[wysig bron]