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Two types of sport specific facilities that are owned by the Ayuntamiento de Madrid exist in Madrid. These are polideportivos and basic sporting facilities. Among the first type, some are accessible and some are not. Among the second, the data says none are accessible. This may not actually be the case, and this data could use independent authentication outside of the main list of basic sporting facilities provided by the townhall of Madrid.
The type of sport specific facilities are not the same at each polideportivo and basic sporting facility in Madrid. Some have pools, and some do not. Some districts have polideportivos inside for one sport but none outside, while the inverse is true in other districts. The Ayuntamiento de Madrid also does not provide a specific list of the type of facilities by district, nor use standardized language to describe them. Skateparks, skateboarding grounds, and skating rinks are all used to describe places to skateboard, with no clear distinction offered. The same is also true of other types of venues, including football fields. Many are described as futbol sala or football 7, but in other cases, it is impossible to know what specific type of venue exists for football variants.
Using descriptions for each polideportivo and basic sport installation, these venues were labeled as having facilities for specific sports. These were then counted by sport to understand accessibility to fields for these sports, irrespective of whether or not there were programs offered for people with disabilities to participate in them.
As a result of consistency issues in how Ayuntamiento de Madrid enters data as it relates to diacritics, data from Vicálvaro and Chamberí is not fully included in this table. If it is present, it is a result of it having been manually added.
This graph looks at the count by district of accessible cycling tracks.
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