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{{winners sport title nation opt. number of title opt. flag variant name=opt. name}}
or
{{winners sport age title nation opt. number of title opt. flag variant name=opt. name}}

List of all the previous INITIALS winners, date of game played, winning point total of the game, initials used in the game, when the winner got their first point and number of players in the game. The All-Star Final Vote was an annual Internet and text message ballot by Major League Baseball (MLB) fans to elect the final player for each team that participates in the Major League Baseball All-Star Game, after all other selections were made and announced.

Produces a small box to identify the winner of an international sport tournament. The flag of the nation is displayed above the wikilink to the appropriate national team article.

Parameters
  • sport — One of:

Winners The Initials Games

SPORTAGE CATEGORYMEN'SWOMEN'S
basketball'A'bkbkw
under-NNbku NNbkwu NN
(association)
football
'A'fbfbw
under-NNfbu NNfbwu NN
rugby union'A'ruruw
under-NNruu NN
American
football
'A'afafw
juniorsafu
ice hockey'A'ihihw
juniorsihj
under-18ih18ihw18
floorball'A'flflw
under-19fl19flw19
futsal'A'futsalfsw
under-NNfsu NN
SPORTMEN'SWOMEN'S
field hockeyfhfhw
handballhbhbw
volleyballvbvbw
water polowpwpw
Davis Cup / Fed Cup (tennis)davisfed
Hopman Cup (tennis)hopman
  • age — Use number for the variable NN (from 14 to 23)
  • title — Text string identifying the name of the tournament.
  • nation — Use either the name of the nation or the three-letter country code as used by IOC or FIFA.
  • number of title (optional) — Specifies the number of times this team has won this tournament (e.g. 'First').
  • flag variant (optional) — Specifies an alternate (historical) flag to use. This parameter is documented by the appropriate template in Category:Country data templates.
  • name= (optional) — Can be used to change the wikilink display text.

Examples

2004 AFC Asian Cup Winners

Japan
Third title
2014 Women's Under-20 South American Champions

Brazil
Sixth title
2013 IIHF World U18 Champions

Canada
Third title
2005 Men's European Champions

Italy
Sixth title
2003 Rugby World Cup Champions

England
First title
2006 Hockey World Cup Champions

Germany
Second title
2006 FIBA World Champions

Australia
First title
1995 Davis Cup Winners

United States
31st title
1995 Davis Cup Winners

United States
31st title
flag variant test

BIH 92
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See also

  • Template:Winners-other (for flags with non-national teams)
  • Template:Winners-3 (Three Sections)
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Description

{{winners sport title nation opt. number of title opt. flag variant name=opt. name}}
or
{{winners sport age title nation opt. number of title opt. flag variant name=opt. name}}

Produces a small box to identify the winner of an international sport tournament. The flag of the nation is displayed above the wikilink to the appropriate national team article.

Parameters
  • sport — One of:
Initials
SPORTAGE CATEGORYMEN'SWOMEN'S
basketball'A'bkbkw
under-NNbku NNbkwu NN
(association)
football
'A'fbfbw
under-NNfbu NNfbwu NN
rugby union'A'ruruw
under-NNruu NN
American
football
'A'afafw
juniorsafu
ice hockey'A'ihihw
juniorsihj
under-18ih18ihw18
floorball'A'flflw
under-19fl19flw19
futsal'A'futsalfsw
under-NNfsu NN
SPORTMEN'SWOMEN'S
field hockeyfhfhw
handballhbhbw
volleyballvbvbw
water polowpwpw
Davis Cup / Fed Cup (tennis)davisfed
Hopman Cup (tennis)hopman
  • age — Use number for the variable NN (from 14 to 23)
  • title — Text string identifying the name of the tournament.
  • nation — Use either the name of the nation or the three-letter country code as used by IOC or FIFA.
  • number of title (optional) — Specifies the number of times this team has won this tournament (e.g. 'First').
  • flag variant (optional) — Specifies an alternate (historical) flag to use. This parameter is documented by the appropriate template in Category:Country data templates.
  • name= (optional) — Can be used to change the wikilink display text.

Examples

2004 AFC Asian Cup Winners

Japan
Third title
2014 Women's Under-20 South American Champions

Brazil
Sixth title
2013 IIHF World U18 Champions

Canada
Third title
2005 Men's European Champions

Italy
Sixth title
2003 Rugby World Cup Champions

England
First title
2006 Hockey World Cup Champions

Germany
Second title

Winners The Initials Game On

2006 FIBA World Champions

Australia
First title
1995 Davis Cup Winners

United States
31st title
1995 Davis Cup Winners

United States
31st title
flag variant test

BIH 92

See also

  • Template:Winners-other (for flags with non-national teams)
  • Template:Winners-3 (Three Sections)
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