Template:Infobox college football bowl game

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{{Infobox college football bowl game
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| payout             = 
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| prev_matchup_teams = 
| prev_matchup_score = 
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This template adds the article to Category:College football bowls. Those bowls which are defunct are instead added to Category:Defunct college football bowls.

GuideEdit

In example, <ref>s are not shown.

Field Instructions Example
(Required field)
name Name of the bowl game (typically, this should also be the name of the article).
Rose Bowl
full_name Name of the bowl game, with sponsor's name included.
Rose Bowl presented by [[Citigroup|citi]]
nickname
  • Nickname of the game, if any.
  • Do not add quotes, which are already included in the template.
The Granddaddy of Them All
defunct
  • If the bowl is defunct, type anything in this field to add the "defunct" status to the infobox.
  • Otherwise, leave this field blank.
 
logo
  • Type the name of the image that has the name of the bowl in it here.
  • Do not add brackets ([[ ]]) or namespace headers (File: or Image:).
  • This may also be a picture of the game if the logo has not been uploaded.
RoseBowlLogo.jpg
image_size
  • How large you want the logo/image to be. If left blank, it defaults to how big the picture normally is.
  • Do not add "px".
  • As a general rule, try to keep images at or below 175 pixels.
175
caption Type the logo (or picture) caption here.
Rose Bowl logo, 2006
stadium
  • Type the name where the game is currently played.
  • Wikilink the name of the stadium, avoiding redirects and disambiguation pages.
[[Rose Bowl (stadium)|Rose Bowl]]
previous_stadiums
  • Type the name of other stadiums which have played host to the game.
  • Wikilink the name of the stadium, avoiding redirects and disambiguation pages. Don't worry if this is a red link.
  • After the name of the stadium, type the year or years when the game was played there.
  • If a bowl is played at some location other than its normal location, why? Add a <ref> to explain (for help on using references, please see Wikipedia:Footnotes).
 [[Wallace Wade Stadium]] (1942)<ref>The 1942 game was played
 in Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham, North Carolina, due to a restriction on
 crowds allowed on the [[West Coast of the United States|West Coast]] after
 [[Attack on Pearl Harbor|Pearl Harbor]].</ref>
location
  • Type the name of the location where the game is currently played.
  • Wikilink the name of the city, avoiding redirects and disambiguation pages.
[[Pasadena, California]]
previous_locations
  • Type the name of the locations which have played host to the game.
  • Wikilink the name of the city, avoiding redirects and disambiguation pages.
  • After the name of the city, type the year or years when the game was played there.
  • If a bowl is played at some location other than its normal location, why? Add a <ref> to explain (for help on using references, please see Wikipedia:Footnotes).
 [[Durham, North Carolina]] (1942)<ref>The 1942 game was played
 in Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham, North Carolina, due to a restriction on
 crowds allowed on the [[West Coast of the United States|West Coast]] after
 [[Attack on Pearl Harbor|Pearl Harbor]].</ref>
years
  • List the years the bowl has been played.
  • Make sure you use " — " (not " – ") for spans of years.
  • Separate sets of years, or individual years with <br>.
  • If the bowl is still being played, add "present" as the second part of each set of years, no link.
  • Use game dates, not season dates.
1902<br>1916 — present
(Note that the first game is listed as being played in 1916, despite it being part of the 1915 season)
champ_affiliation
  • List any affiliations the bowl has had with a championship series.
  • For most bowls, this field will be left blank.
  • Past championship series are Bowl Coalition, Bowl Alliance, and BCS.
  • The current (as of 2020) championship series is CFP.
  • Please list by football season (e.g. January 2015 should be considered part of the 2014 football season)
conference_tie-ins
  • List current conference tie-ins, if known.
  • Separate the two conferences with a comma.
  • Wikilink each conference to its un-redirected form, piping the link for how the conference is known today, or its acronym.
  • If the game has an at-large team (such as the BCS), note the selection process for selecting those teams.
  • If the game is a BCS game, note that the game may lose conference champions to the title game.
  • Make sure you use " — " (not " – ") for spans of years.
  • Separate sets of years, or individual years with <br> .
[[Big Ten Conference|Big Ten]], [[Pac-12 Conference|Pac-10]]
<ref>If either conference champion is in the [[BCS National Championship Game]],
the champion is replaced by a BCS at-large team.</ref>
previous_tie-ins
  • List previous conference tie-ins, if known.
  • Separate the two conference tie-ins with a comma.
  • Type the years when this conference tie-in applied.
  • Wikilink each conference to its un-redirected form, piping the link for how the conference is known today, or its acronym.
  • When listing conferences here, list defunct conferences when they were in existence, even if the conference which succeeded the defunct one is listed in either conference tie-in section.
  • Make sure you use " — ," not " – " for spans of years.
  • Separate sets of years, or individual years with <br>.
 
payout
  • List the current payout for each team, if known.
  • DO NOT add any currency formatting, as this has already been done.
  • Only type the number of dollars.
  • Do not write any other words after, such as "million" or "thousand."
  • However, list (and link) the year in which this payout applied.
  • Link the year as [[As of 2006|2006]] so that this payout can be updated each year (this will look like 2006).
  • Has the payout changed? List any other payouts, if known.
  • Separate this year's payout and previous years' payouts with <br>.
  • Cite a source which lists payouts.
  • Make sure you use " — ," not " – " for spans of years.
  • Separate sets of years, or individual years with <br>.
17,000,000 ([[As of 2006|2006]])
sponsors
  • List the current and former sponsors of the game.
  • Link to the sponsor's Wikipedia article.
  • Red links are acceptable, though some discretion should be used if it looks like no Wikipedia article will ever be written on the subject.
  • List and add the years when each sponsor had naming rights.
  • Make sure you use " — " (not " – ") for spans of years.
  • Separate sets of years, or individual years with <br> .
[[American Telephone & Telegraph Company|AT&T]] (1998 — 2001)<br>
[[Sony]]/[[PlayStation 2]] (2002)<br>[[Citigroup|citi]] (2003 — present)<br>
former_names
  • List the former full names of the game.
  • Link to the sponsor's Wikipedia article, if applicable.
  • Red links are acceptable, though some discretion should be used if it looks like no Wikipedia article will ever be written on the subject.
  • List and add the years when each sponsor had naming rights.
Rose Bowl Game presented by [[American Telephone & Telegraph Company|AT&T]]
(1998 — 2001)<br>Rose Bowl Game presented by [[PlayStation 2]] (2002)
prev_matchup_year The year the previous game took place (may be different from season if the game is on or after New Year's Day).
2006
prev_matchup_season Season to which the previous game belonged.
2005
prev_matchup_teams Add the previous year's matchup. Include rank, if applicable. In order of preference, the link should go to:
  1. The year's football team article
  2. The school's football article
  3. The school's athletics article
  4. The school's page
[[2005 Texas Longhorns football team|Texas]] vs. [[2005 USC Trojans football team|Southern California]]
prev_matchup_score The score of the previous game. If this creates a link to a disambiguation page, do not fill in this line; instead, put the link and the score at the end of the previous line.
41-38
next_matchup_year The year the next game takes place (may be different from season if game is after New Year's Day).
2007
next_matchup_season Season to which the next game belongs
2006
next_matchup_teams[1] Add this year's matchup. Include rank, if applicable. In order of preference, the link should go to:
  1. The year's football team article

If the year-specific link does not exist, use {{cfb link}} to automatically display the most appropriate link in the following order:

  1. The school's football article
  2. The school's athletics article
  3. The school's page
[[2006 Michigan Wolverines football team|Michigan]] vs. 
[[2006 USC Trojans football team|Southern California]]

The links for Michigan would be as follows:
  1. 2006 Michigan Wolverines football team
  2. {{cfb link|year=2006|team=Michigan Wolverines|school=University of Michigan|title=Michigan}}

This template will automatically select the most appropriate link from the following:

  1. Michigan Wolverines football
  2. Michigan Wolverines
  3. University of Michigan
next_matchup_date Date of the next matchup; do not include the year.
Jan 1
preceded_by If the game was preceded by another game, this is the place to include that information. (See BCS National Championship Game and College Football Playoff National Championship for examples of games that were preceded by other games.) Note: This is different than "former names".
succeeded_by If the game was succeeded by another game, this is the place to include that information. (See BCS National Championship Game for an example of a game that was succeeded by another game.)
Required field
  1. ^ Not required if bowl is defunct.

ExampleEdit

Rose Bowl
Rose Bowl presented by citi
The Granddaddy of Them All
X mark.svg
Rose Bowl logo, 2006
StadiumRose Bowl
LocationPasadena, California
Previous stadiumsWallace Wade Stadium (1942)
Previous locationsDurham, North Carolina (1942)
Operated1902
1916–present
Championship affiliationCFP (2014–present)
BCS (1995–2013)
Conference tie-insBig Ten, Pac-10
PayoutUS$17,000,000 (2006)
Sponsors
AT&T (1998-2001)
Sony/PlayStation 2 (2002)
citi (2003—present)
Former names
Rose Bowl Game presented by AT&T (1998 — 2001)
Rose Bowl Game presented by PlayStation 2 (2002)
2006 matchup
Texas vs Southern California (41–38)
2007 matchup
Michigan vs. Southern California (January 1)
{{Infobox college football bowl game
| name               = Rose Bowl
| full_name          = Rose Bowl presented by [[Citigroup|citi]]
| nickname           = The Granddaddy of Them All
| defunct            = 
| logo               = Image:X mark.svg
| image_size         = 30
| caption            = Rose Bowl logo, 2006
| stadium            = [[Rose Bowl (stadium)|Rose Bowl]]
| previous_stadiums  = [[Wallace Wade Stadium]] (1942)
| location           = [[Pasadena, California]]
| previous_locations = [[Durham, North Carolina]] (1942)
| years              = 1902<br />1916–present
| champ_affiliation  = CFP (2014–present)<br>BCS (1995–2013)
| conference_tie-ins = [[Big Ten Conference|Big Ten]], [[Pac-12 Conference|Pac-10]]
| payout             = 17,000,000 (2006)
| sponsors           = [[American Telephone & Telegraph Company|AT&T]] (1998-2001)<br />[[Sony]]/[[PlayStation 2]] (2002)<br />[[Citigroup|citi]] (2003—present)
| former_names       = Rose Bowl Game presented by [[American Telephone & Telegraph Company|AT&T]] (1998 — 2001)<br />Rose Bowl Game presented by [[PlayStation 2]] (2002)
| prev_matchup_year  = 2006
| prev_matchup_season= 2005
| prev_matchup_teams = [[2005 Texas Longhorns football team|Texas]] vs [[2005 USC Trojans football team|Southern California]]
| prev_matchup_score = 41–38
| next_matchup_year  = 2007
| next_matchup_season= 2006
| next_matchup_teams = [[2006 Michigan Wolverines football team|Michigan]] vs. [[2006 USC Trojans football team|Southern California]]
| next_matchup_date  = January 1
}}

See alsoEdit