Yes this program can only handle playing each other once or twice. I normally just copy the fixtures to create three or four times scenarios. I know its not completely random that way, but it works for me. ]]>

Good work, it’s very useful,

I just have one problem, for “How many times do each team play each other” we can only choose between “1” or “2”, I added by myself “3” and “4”, but it doesn’t work, do you have a solution for that?

Thanks!

Jordi

]]>The main problem for me is that the Home/Away alternative system is completely Random.. have you fix this problem?

Best,

Marco

]]>You will however then need to update the Calculations and League Table sheets to include the additional rows, the teams made up. Just means copying the formulas and checking the range of the formulas in columns A and B. ]]>

This is a phenomenal spreadsheet. Can it be adapted to include more than 20 teams? I want to include 36 teams…

Any help much appreciated ]]>

I have looked at that and the formula seems to be correct. I know this is a lot to ask but would you mind if I e-mailed you the spreadsheet or a screen shot for further advice? Thank you for all your help so far. Dan

]]>I would check the ranges used in the 2 rank column on Calculations (columns A and B). Just double check the ranges in the formula go to the last row with a pupil/team in.

Alan ]]>