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11Jan/16

NFL Office Pool Playoff Calculator

Use this calculator to autocalculate your NFL Playoff office pool

Click here for the NFL Playoff Office Pool Calculator in Microsoft Excel format

Click here for the NFL Playoff Office Pool Calculator in Apple Numbers format

Updated functionality 1/11/2015 4:10PM

10Jun/14

US Men’s National Team 23

Goalies
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Tim Howard GK 6-3 210 3/6/79 35 North Brunswick, N.J. Everton (England) Starter

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Brad Guzan GK 6-4 210 9/9/84 29 Homer Glen, Ill. Aston Villa (England) 2nd string

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Nick Rimando GK 5-11 180 6/17/79 34 Montclair, Calif. Real Salt Lake 3rd string

Central Defenders
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Matt Besler D 6-0 170 2/11/87 27 Overland Park, Kan. Sporting Kansas City Notre Dame grad 1rst string

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Geoff Cameron D 6-3 185 7/11/85 28 Attleboro, Mass. Stoke City (England) 1rst string

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Omar Gonzalez D 6-5 210 10/11/88 25 Dallas, Texas LA Galaxy

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John Brooks D 6-4 170 1/28/93 21 Berlin, Germany Hertha Berlin (Germany)

Flank Defenders (Fullbacks)
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Fabian Johnson D 6-0 155 12/11/87 26 Munich, Germany Borussia Moenchengladbach (Germany) 1rst string

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DaMarcus Beasley D 5-8 145 5/24/82 32 Ft. Wayne, Ind. Puebla (Mexico) 1rst string

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DeAndre Yedlin D 5-8 150 7/9/93 20 Seattle, Wash. Seattle Sounders FC

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Timothy Chandler D 6-1 180 3/29/90 24 Frankfurt, Germany Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany)

Mid-fielders
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Michael Bradley M 6-2 175 7/31/87 26 Manhattan Beach, Calif. Toronto FC best player Starter

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Kyle Beckerman M 5-10 165 4/23/82 32 Crofton, Md. Real Salt Lake 1rst string

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Jermaine Jones M 6-0 170 11/3/81 32 Chicago, Ill. Besiktas (Turkey) 1rst string

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Alejandro Bedoya M 5-10 160 4/29/87 27 Weston, Fla. Nantes (France) 1rst string

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Graham Zusi M 5-10 160 8/18/86 27 Longwood, Fla. Sporting Kansas City

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Mix Diskerud M 6-0 150 10/2/90 23 Oslo, Norway Rosenborg (Norway)

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Brad Davis M 5-11 165 11/8/81 32 St. Charles, Mo. Houston Dynamo

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Julian Green M 5-7 140 6/6/95 19 Tampa, Fla. Bayern Munich (Germany)

Forwards
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Clint Dempsey F 6-1 170 3/9/83 31 Nacogdoches, Texas Seattle Sounders FC Captain Starter

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Aron Johannsson F 6-0 165 11/10/90 23 Mobile, Ala. AZ Alkmaar (Netherlands)

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Chris Wondolowski F 6-0 165 1/28/83 31 Danville, Calif. San Jose Earthquakes

18May/14

Who Is on the USA World Cup Soccer Team?

Who is on the USA World Cup Team? for beginners

Soccer requires 22 players on the pitch (playing field), 11 for each team.

One goalie - the player directly in front of the net/goal who can use his hands to block the other teams attempts to kick the ball into the net/goal.

Four defenders - players spread across the pitch in front of the goalie who inhibit the other team from advancing the soccer ball close to or into the net/goal.

Five mid-fielders - players in front of the four defenders charged with protecting their own goal as well as attacking the opposing teams goal box.

One striker (forward) - plays in front of the midfielders close to the opposing teams goal and tries to facilitate the soccer ball going into the opposing teams goal.

More about the positions

Defenders - two are centrally located another on the left side and the fourth on the right side. Wide defenders often advance up the field kicking balls to the center of the pitch creating scoring chances for teammates. Central defenders are usually big strong tall blokes, wide defenders maybe speedy for racing down the pitch.

Mid-fielders - are tireless, they run up and down the pitch defending their goal and attacking the opponents. In this group there maybe defensive midfielders and more offensive mid-fielders.

Forwards - maybe big strong guys who receive and hold the ball in front of the opponents goal then pass to teammates to score or more agile and quick afoot for scoring themselves.

America’s Team

In the 4 years leading up to The Final Jurgen Klinsman, America’s head coach, has auditioned about 60 players for the team. This May he selected 30 players for the final audition. From this May camp he will select 23 players to compete this June in Brazil.

(Players in red made the final 23)

Goalie - FIFA the organization that puts on The World Cup mandates 3 goalies per team.

There are just 3 goalies in the May camp Tim Howard, Brad Guzan and Nick Rimando

Defenders - America’s backline (defenders) is a bit unsettled presently hence 11 defenders were brought into the May camp.

Matt Besler - probably a lock for starting at Central Back, he plays for Sporting Kansas City the current Champions of Americas Premiere Soccer League, Major League Soccer (MLS).

Geoff Cameron - also probably a lock for making the final 23. He can play centrally or on the right flank for defense. He can also play as a mid-fielder. He’s a big lad who starts for Stoke City a team in England’s Premier League, the best soccer league in the world.

Omar Gonzales - another tall strong lad. He plays for the LA Galaxy in the MLS. He was thought to be a lock for starting in central defense with Besler but a late season injury and poor performances for the Galaxy this year make him a question for making the 23.

Clarence Goodson - plays for the San Jose Earthquakes in the MLS. He is close to a lock for the 23 man roster and may end up starting if Omar Gonzales can’t find his form.

Fabian Johnson - plays in the Bundesliga, Germany’s premiere soccer league. He is a lock for the 23 man roster. He can play on either flank defensively and also as a mid-fielder. He has speed and is good offensively and defensively. He will likely start somewhere on the field.

Demarcus Beasley - plays in Liga MX, Mexico’s premier soccer league. Probably a lock for the 23 due to his speed and his left footedness.

Brad Evans - plays for the Seattle Sounders in the MLS. He was on track for starting at Right flank but a late season injury and poor performance for the Sounders has him a question for the final 23.

Tim Chandler - plays in Germany’s Bundesliga arguably the best soccer league in the World. He didn’t seem to have a chance to make the final 30 until he showed great form for his German club recently and now may end up starting for America on the Right flank.

DeAndre Yedlin - plays for the Seattle Sounders. He is only 20 but has great speed and strength which gives him a chance at making the team. Most think he won’t make the 23. I wanna see him starting on the Right flank (hehe).

Michael Parkhurst - plays in Holland’s premiere soccer league. He is a strong defender and can play anywhere across the back line but doesn’t offer as much in the attack due to a lack of speed.

John Brooks - Is a 21 year old playing in the Bundesliga. He has shown good form for his club team lately. He is 6 foot 4 and plays central defense.

Mid-fielders - probably the strongest part of the US team excluding the goalies.

Michael Bradley - Plays for Toronto FC in the MLS. He is the son of the 2010 USA World Cup team coach Bob Bradley. He is probably America’s best and most important player.

Jermaine Jones - Plays in Turkey’s premiere soccer league after falling out of favor with his German premiere league team Schalke ‘04. He is a strong destroyer in the mid-field but sometimes makes reckless fouls. Most pundits think he will be starting in the central midfield with Bradley.

Kyle Beckerman - Plays for Real Salt Lake in the MLS. He is a very steady defender with good passing distribution but not real fast. He is likely to be battling Jermaine Jones for the starting mid-field position next to Bradley. Tough call between he and Jones for the start.

Graham Zusi - plays for Sporting Kansas City. He plays on the Right side of mid-field. He’s probably a lock for the 23 and I think he will start as well.

Brad Davis - plays for the Houston Dynamo in the MLS. He is left footed and provides pinpoint service to the center of the pitch with his crosses but lacks pace. Most pundits don’t think he will make the 23. I say he starts against Ghana (Bam! Yea baby).

Alejandro Bedoya - plays in Ligue 1, France’s premiere league. Had a good season for his club team Nantes. Likely to make the 23. Will be competing with Graham Zusi for starting at Right midfield.

Maurice Edu - Plays for the Philadelphia Union in the MLS. He’s fast and strong and can play as a central defender as well as mid-field. He’s a toss-up for making the 23.

Mikkel (Mix) Diskerud - plays in Norway’s premiere league the Tippeligaen. He is an offensive type mid-fielder with good ball distribution skills but has not been starting for his club team regularly of late. Klinsman seems to like him.

Julian Green - plays for Bayern Munich champions of the Bundesliga. He has great speed and quickness but at 18 is inexperienced. Will be interesting if he makes the 23.

Joe Corona - plays for Club Tijuana in Mexico’s Liga MX. He’s a long-shot to make the 23.

Forwards - probably America’s weakest position

Clint Dempsey - plays for the Seattle Sounders of MLS. Will captain the team. Good player.

Jozy Altidore - plays for Sunderland in the English Premiere League. A big strong forward but a real question mark as to how he will perform. Near the end of his club season he was removed from the starting line-up. Is pretty much a lock for the 23 and almost certain starter.

Aron Johannsson - plays in the Eredivisie, Holland’s premiere league. Has a really strong shot towards goal but is a little slight of frame.

Terrence Boyd - plays in Austria’s Bundesliga. Has been scoring goals for his club team of late. Is a similar type player as Jozy Altidore in size and style but less experience. Probably makes the team to back up Jozy.

Chris Wondolowski - plays for the San Jose Earthquakes. A great nose for the goal in the American soccer league but most are not sure how this will translate at the World Cup level. I would love to see him make the 23 and get a chance to show what he can do. Would be a great story.

Landon Donovan - last but not least. Plays for the LA Galaxy. America’s greatest soccer player ever but at 32 is feeling the ravages of his long career. Most can’t see him being left off the 23. I’m not so sure.

Stay tuned - Coach Jurgen Klinsman will have to name the cuts by Monday June 2.

My starting roster

Tim Howard (Goalie)

DeAndre Yedlin Geoff Cameron Matt Besler Fabian Johnson (Defense)

Graham Zusi Jermaine Jones Michael Bradley Brad Davis (Mid-field)

Clint Dempsey

Jozy Altidore (Forward)

16May/14

What Is the World Cup?

It’s “The Final” soccer competition between surviving nation teams from a tournament contested across the world.

Who makes up the competing teams?
A nation’s team is selected from that nations best soccer league players across the world.

Who should you pull for?
Your home country, the favorites (Brazil, Germany, Argentina, Spain), the underdogs (Honduras, Costa Rica, Algeria, Iran), Teams with the best players (Argentina-Lionel Messi, Brazil-Neymar, Portugal-Cristiano Rinaldo, Uruguay-Luis Suarez), Teams with the best story: Bosnia-Herzegovina (first tournament for this country that suffered through the ravages of the Bosnia-Serbia-Croatia War in the 1990’s) Iran (their players have been told not to trade their jerseys with the opposing teams at the end of a game (a soccer tradition) so as to save money).

How did the teams get here?
Finishing top or near the top of regional competitions held over the preceding 3 years, the regions are North America, South America, Africa, Europe, Asia and Oceania (New Zealand area).

When is the tournament?
It spans about 30 days starting Thursday June 12, 2014.

Where is "The Final” held?
In stadiums throughout the country of Brazil.

What does the winning team get?
35 million dollars for their countries soccer organization.

How does it work?
The Final consists of the top 32 nation teams from the 3 year regional competitions. The teams are placed in eight groups of 4. Within a group every team plays each other once and the top two teams from each group advance to a 16 team single elimination tournament with the winner crowned world champions.

What teams are in The Final?

Group 1            Group 2                        Group 3              Group 4
Brazil                Spain                           Columbia             Uruguay
Croatia              Netherlands                  Greece               Costa Rica
Mexico               Chile                            Ivory Coast         England
Cameroon          Australia                      Japan                  Italy

Group 5            Group 6                         Group 7              Group 8
Switzerland       Argentina                       Germany            Belgium
Ecuador            Bosnia-Herzegovina        Portugal              Algeria
France              Iran                              Ghana                 Russia
Honduras          Nigeria                          USA                    South Korea

30Dec/13

FIFA WORLD CUP

2014 FIFA World Cup Bracket

Use this office pool spreadsheet bracket calculator to run your World Cup office pool.
 
Have participants pick in 2 stages or 1 stage, that is pick the 1rst and 2nd place finishers in the group stage and then re-pick the knock-out stage after completion of the group stage (2 stage picking) or pick all the way through the group stage and knock-out stage before the tournament starts (1 stage picking). This calculator can be adjusted to give credit for teams advancing in the knock-out stage even if they are not in the right slot.
 
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Hand this page out to the participants to fill out.

2014 FIFA World Cup Bracket

2014 FIFA World Cup Bracket


 

Enter the first and second place finishers of your participants here as well as 3rd and 4th place finishers if your giving credit for that in your office pool.

2014 FIFA World Cup Group Stage

2014 FIFA World Cup Group Stage


 
Enter your participants group stage winners here either before the start of the tournament or after the completion of the group stage.
2014 FIFA World Cup Knock-Out Stage

2014 FIFA World Cup Knock-Out Stage


 
Enter the points you want to reward for picks on this page.
2014 FIFA World Cup Group Stage

2014 FIFA World Cup adjustable points rewards


 

15Jan/13

NFL Super Bowl Squares Sheet

There are three different super bowl square sheets included in this download: Traditional squares sheet with the numbers entered on the axis, Traditional sheet without the numbers entered on the axis and a sum root square sheet for the most equal chances of winning per square.

Instructions: Assign each team to an axis. Sell the squares or the blocks of squares to the participants. Once all the squares are sold then randomnly assign the numbers 0 through 9 to the x-axis and the y-axis. After each quarter of the super bowl take the last digit of each teams score and find the intersecting square on the sheet and the owner of that square wins the money set aside for that quarter.

The background numbers in the squares are to help participants comunicate to you the squares they want to purchase.

Alternatively for a more equal chance for every square to win add the numbers together of each teams score using these numbers to find the intersecting square at the end of each quarter. If the sum of a teams score is two digits add those digits to get a singe digit. Combine the 9 and 0 columns/rows together leaving the sheet with 81 squares as opposed to the traditional 100 squares. See the table below (taken from math goespop.com) for the distribution of the likliness of particular number to hit in a superbowl squares game.

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NFL Super Bowl Squares Sheet

NFL Super Bowl Squares Sheet

17May/12

2012 Women’s Olympic Soccer Tournament

Second Update 7/30/12 @ 7:20 AM central time. Corrected matchup errors in the participants knockout bracket for their group stage picks.

First update 7/27/12 at 6 PM central time. Corrected matchup errors in the knockout bracket for the group stage winners.

Click here to download the 2012 Women's Olympic Soccer Tournament Office Pool Spreadsheet Calculator (second update)

Use this spreadsheet to run a office pool for the 2012 London Olympics Women's Soccer Tournament. It has a participant ranking table, auto-point totaling for the participants, adjustable point rewards for correct picks, hyperlinks to the teams, FIFA rank of each team and more.

2012 Women's Olympics Soccer Tournament Office Pool Spreadsheet Bracket

2012 Women's Olympics Soccer Tournament Pick Sheet

2012 Women's Olympics Soccer Tournament Office Pool Spreadsheet Pick Sheet

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July 25 to August 9, 2012

London Olympics Women's Soccer Tournament 2012 Bracket Office Pool Spreadsheet Calculator Women

2012 Women's Olympics Soccer Tournament

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD in Microsoft Excel format spreadsheet error correction 7/31/12 @ 7:20 AM
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• DATE & TIME IN CENTRAL ZONE
• CITY LOCATION OF MATCHUP
• FIFA TEAM RANK
• SUPPORTS 50 PARTICIPANTS
• SORTABLE LEADER BOARD
• ADJUSTABLE SCORING SYSTEM
• AUTO-CALCULATES PARTICIPANT POINTS
• FREE DOWNLOAD NO REGISTRATION
• AUTO-POT TOTALING
• AUTO-PRIZE MONEY DISTRIBUTOR FOR 4
• ENTRY FEE BOOK-KEEPING



12May/12

UEFA Euro 2012 Office Pool Spreadsheet

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UEFA Euro 2012 Office Pool Spreadsheet Bracket

UEFA Euro 2012


 
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UEFA Euro 2012 Office Pool Spreadsheet Bracket

UEFA Euro 2012



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June 8 to July 12, 2012

UEFA Euro 2012 Bracket Office Pool Spreadsheet Calculator

UEFA Euro 2012

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• DATE & TIME IN EASTERN ZONE
• CITY LOCATION OF MATCHUP
• FIFA TEAM RANK
• SUPPORTS 50 PARTICIPANTS
• SORTABLE LEADER BOARD
• ADJUSTABLE SCORING SYSTEM
• AUTO-CALCULATES PARTICIPANT POINTS
• FREE DOWNLOAD NO REGISTRATION
• AUTO-POT TOTALING
• AUTO-PRIZE MONEY DISTRIBUTOR FOR 4
• ENTRY FEE BOOK-KEEPING

2Jan/12

NFL Football Playoffs

Office Pool Spreadsheet Bracket Calculator

Use this spreadsheet to run your NFL Football Playoffs office pool. It has adjustable point rewards for the different playoff rounds. A sortable ranking table for points leaders of the participants.

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Office Pool Spreadsheet Calculator

NFL Football Playoff Bracket Office Pool Spreadsheet Calculator

NFL Football Playoffs

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• DATE & TIME IN CENTRAL ZONE
• CITY LOCATION OF MATCHUP
• TEAM RECORD SEEDING AND MASSEY RATING
• SUPPORTS 60 PARTICIPANTS
• SORTABLE LEADER BOARD
• ADJUSTABLE SCORING SYSTEM
• AUTO-CALCULATES PARTICIPANT POINTS
• FREE DOWNLOAD NO REGISTRATION
• AUTO-POT TOTALING
• AUTO-PRIZE MONEY DISTRIBUTOR FOR 4
• ENTRY FEE BOOK-KEEPING



12Dec/11

College Football Bowl Season

Use this Microsoft Excel office pool spreadsheet to run a office pool for the College Football Bowl Season. It lists all the bowls for the FBS (Division I-A) with their date and central standard start time, team records,BCS ranking, point spread, bowl payout, sortable leader board for participants. Pick the winner of the match-ups and receive points for correct picks. I have divided the bowls into 5 categories low pay-out, mid level payout, high payout, BCS match-ups and BCS Championship Matchup. The points awarded for these 5 categories can be adjusted on the fly. This College football office pool spreadsheet is also available in Apple Numbers format (just click on the Apple downloads above).


The calculator has been updated as there was a problem with it awarding the wrong amount of points for some of the playoff games and the game just before the playoffs.

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Updated 1/2/15 8:48 PM

College Football Bowl Office Pool Spreadsheet Calculator

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College Football Bowl Office Pool Spreadsheet Calculator

College Football Bowl Season

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Office Pool Spreadsheet Calculator

College Football Bowl Office Pool Spreadsheet Calculator

College Football Bowl Season

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• EVERY GAME LISTED
• DATE & TIME IN CENTRAL ZONE
• EVERY BOWL PAYOUT LISTED
• CITY LOCATION OF EVERY BOWL
• TEAMS RECORD AND MASSEY RATING
• BCS RATING FOR TOP 25
• MATCHUP FAVORITE WITH POINTS
• SUPPORTS 58 PARTICIPANTS
• SORTABLE LEADER BOARD
• ADJUSTABLE SCORING SYSTEM
• AUTO-CALCULATES PARTICIPANT POINTS
• FREE DOWNLOAD NO REGISTRATION
• AUTO-POT TOTALING
• AUTO-PRIZE MONEY DISTRIBUTOR FOR 4
• ENTRY FEE BOOK-KEEPING