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NFL Excel Template

4.75 (4 reviews)

NFL 2020-2021 Excel Template to track fixtures, standings, superbowl, and more! Just put the match scores and the winners will be ranked automatically!

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The NFL 2020/2021 will start on September 13, 2020 and it is going to end on February 7, 2021 at Hard Rock Stadium with the competition between the two champions of the conferences. It is going to take nearly 5 months for 32 teams to compete each other and NFL playoffs will begin once eight teams prevail from the divisions and four teams from the best conference standings performances.

NFL Excel Template Features:

NFL Excel Template is a tool which mainly shows the past Superbowl information, the current year’s match details and ranking of each team in a dynamic table once the scores are entered.

The template consists of 7 different parts:

  • Dashboard
  • Fixture
  • Standings
  • History
  • NFL Leaders
  • Team Info
  • Playoffs & Super Bowl

Dashboard:

Gives you access to other sheets.

Fixture:

NFL Schedule Template contains the match details. Shows the information of every team from every division, when it is going to be played and where it is going to be played.

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Standings:

You will find 3 standings in this sections which are Division Standings, Conference Standings and League Standings.

In the first two sections, teams have been divided according to their division and conference and in the league standings you may screen all the teams whether they are AFC or NFC in one single dynamic table. The table shows you the statistics of the teams.

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The columns in the table stand for the amount of Win, Lose, Tie, Success percent, the total Goals the team scored, the total Goals which their opponents scored,the difference between them, and also win-lose-tie situation for Home and Road.

To be able to display the outputs in these standings enter the scores for each team in the “Fixture” section. Once you put the scores the table in each standing is going to automatically the teams.

History:

Gives you information about the past Super Bowl History in terms of Competitors, Played Stadium, Attendance Amount, MVPs and the results.

NFL Leaders:

Shows you the NFL leaders in terms of Touchdown leaders, Point, Rushing, Rushing Touchdown, Receiving, Passing yardage, Pass Completion, Touchdown pass, Interception and Sack leaders.

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Team Info:

This section shows team information, 2020 draft, game averages in terms of offense and defense and the chosen team’s Superbowl history.

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Playoffs & Super Bowl:

This section shows the playoff matches and super bowl once all the scores in “Fixture” section and has been input. Enter the scores of playoffs to determine the finalists.

Features Summary:

  • NFL Schedule Template to track daily schedule and match scores
  • Fixtures, Standings, Team Info, NFL Leaders Info
  • Historical Info of NFL Seasons included
  • Informational side notes.
  • No installation needed. Ready to use.
  • Works both on Mac and Windows
  • Compatible with Excel 2007 and later versions
  • Does not include any VBA macros

**This NFL Excel Template compiles the information which is officially available at nfl.com/schedules. You can check all the national football league news, standings, scores & results there. Someka is not associated with The National Football League.

This NFL Excel Template is ready-to-use and provided as is. If you need customization on your reports or need more complex templates, please refer to our custom services.

USER REVIEWS

4 reviews for NFL Excel Template

  1. Román Navarrete

    Excellent file, thanks!

  2. Donald T Pidgeon Jr

    Good Day. Very nice spreadsheet. A couple of points:

    1. The playoff format has changed. Seven teams in each conference now qualify for the playoffs. The #1 seed gets a bye and there will be three games on Wild Card Weekend. The #2 seed plays the #7 seed, #3 plays #6, and #4 plays #5. For the Divisional Playoffs, the #1 seed plays the lowest remaining seed winner on Wild Card Weekend and the two remaining seed winners from Wild Card Weekend play each other.

    2. The Washington team is now known as the Washington Football Team. The team has dropped the Redskins nickname.

    Please let me know if you have any questions or need any more information.

    Thanks.

    • Someka

      Hello Donald,

      Thank you for your comments and feedback on this matter.

      We’ve already passed along this issue to our development team and they have already finished to update the template. So you can easily download the new version we published recently. As you recommended the playoffs format has changed like that you wrote in your comment.

      Just let us know if you have any feedback about the new version!

      Best regards,

  3. Donald

    Good Evening. After filling out the scores for the final week (Week 17), the top seed in the NFC is listed as the Green Bay Packers and the second seed is the San Francisco 49ers. According to NFL.com, it should be the other way around – San Francisco is the top seed and Green Bay is the second seed. Please advise when you have the opportunity. Thank you very much for your assistance.

    • Someka

      Hi Donald,
      Thanks a lot for your feedback! Our developers will contact you via e-mail, please check your mailbox.

  4. Samuel

    Thanks for this job

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