Wikipedia:List of infoboxes

This is a list of all pages in the 'Infobox' pseudo-namespace, excluding subpages. Redirected, and deleted templates should be removed from this list. Deprecated templates should be marked as such. 'Holding cell' next to a template's name indicates that the template is currently being deleted or merged, so no new instances should be created. Nesting indicates a wrapper infobox. Templates with over 10,000 transclusions are in boldface. Infoboxes for sport biographies are listed under sportsperson. Sport awards are in the awards section.

See Wikipedia:Infobox consolidation for why we sometimes merge infoboxes.

Arts and culture edit

Award edit

Fictional elements edit

Fictional character edit

Other fictional element edit

Film edit

Game edit

Language edit

Styles edit

Other language edit

Literature edit

Book edit

Comic book edit

Other edit

Music edit

Performance and theatre edit

Publishing edit

Radio and podcast edit

Television edit

Other arts and culture edit

Health and fitness edit

Medicine edit

Other health and fitness edit

History and events edit

Event edit

History edit

Mathematics and abstraction edit

Person edit

Base template edit

Religious person edit

Royalty and nobility edit

Sportsperson edit

American football person edit

Association football person edit

Baseball person edit

Basketball person edit

Ice hockey person edit

Motorsports person edit

Other sportsperson edit

Other person edit

Place edit

Non-physical place edit

To be used on article about a specific place created by at least one declaration. A material boundary is not a pre-condition for the boundary of the declared place, but can be used for that purpose, e.g. a river declared to be the boundary between countries.

546937 transclusions in this chart.

Not country-specific edit

Country-specific edit


This image might need some modifications and may not be updated as per the current List of Place Infoboxes

  • green : Infobox settlement (only)
  • turquoise: 1 Infobox settlement wrapper and optionally Infobox settlement (light 0–99, medium 100–999, dark 1,000–9,999, and very dark 10,000+ transclusions)
  • blue : >1 Infobox settlement wrapper and optionally Infobox settlement (medium: 2 wrappers, dark: 3+ wrappers)
  • red : other infobox(es) (light: 1, medium: 2, dark: more than 2 infoboxes) and optionally Infobox settlement and wrappers

Data source: Wikipedia:List of infoboxes/Place#Place

The following country-specific are grouped into two lists, depending on whether they use Infobox settlement. Within the lists they are grouped by country and sorted by English name of the country.

Notes regarding the template specific statements:

  1. Type: Those being used for different types are marked with a preceding *, see their documentation for which type of place they are to be used. Most show this by their name, using "place", but some not (e.g. Israel village = type is not village, Romanian subdivision = type is not subdivision)
  2. Transclusion count: Can include transclusion outside the article name space
  3. Protection: In the list below "template"-protection is mostly only applied to wrappers with 2,500+ transclusions.

Related to non-physical place edit

Not to be used on an article about a specific place, but on lists, events [census], etc., or on an article about a sub-topic related to a place.


Physical place edit

Natural places edit

Ways edit

Entertainment venues and structures edit

Historic sites and structures edit

Other buildings and structures edit

Religion and belief edit

Religious building edit

Religions edit

Science and nature edit

Biology edit

Botany edit

Animal edit

Other biology edit

Astronomy edit

Spaceflight edit

Other astronomy edit

Geology edit

Weather edit

Other science and nature edit

Society and social science edit

Business and economics edit

Education edit

Food and drinks edit

Law edit

Military and war edit

Numismatics edit

Organization edit

Politics and government edit

Cabinet edit

Constituency edit

Judiciary edit

Legislature edit

Party edit

Structure edit

Other politics and government edit

Transport edit

Air transport edit

Automotive edit

Highway and street edit

Public transport edit

Rail transport edit

Water transport edit

Other transport edit

Sports edit

Generic sports edit

American football edit

Association football (soccer) edit

Athletics (track and field) edit

Australian rules football edit

Canadian football edit

Badminton edit

Baseball edit

Basketball edit

Boxing edit

Cricket edit

Curling edit

Cycling edit

Field hockey edit

Figure skating edit

Floorball edit

Gaelic games edit

Golf edit

Handball edit

Horse racing edit

Hockey edit

Ice hockey edit

Lacrosse edit

Martial arts edit

Motorsports edit

Multi-sport competition edit

Netball edit

Rowing edit

Rugby league edit

Rugby union edit

Sailing edit

Skiing edit

Softball edit

Squash edit

Swimming edit

Tennis edit

Volleyball edit

Wrestling edit

Other sports edit

Other society and social sciences edit

Technology and applied science edit

Computing edit

Hardware edit

Software edit

Other computing edit

Photography edit

Other technology edit

Other edit

Shimming edit

The infoboxes in this section work by shimming the parameters into those used by another infobox, typically to translate all parameters when the template is copied from a Wikipedia in another language. These templates should always be substituted, and their transclusion count should always be zero.

To ensure that this happens, include {{substituted|auto=yes}} in their documentation. See also Category:Infobox importer templates

Parent templates edit

These are used to make other infoboxes:

Internal use edit

These should not appear in article space:

Not infoboxes edit

Subtemplates edit

Despite their names, these are not infoboxes, but are used in infoboxes:

Cleanup edit

Templates for cleanup related to infoboxes:

Documentation edit

Templates used in infobox documentation

Pre-filled edit

This section lists infoboxes which are not parameterised and thus not reusable. Typically, this is done where an infobox is too large, or if it needs to be duplicated over a number of pages.

Unsorted edit

Templates in this section, if any, should be moved to the appropriate section whenever possible.

See also edit

External links edit