FIFA World Cup 2014 Schedule Templates
Three months from now, the biggest soccer event in the world, FIFA World Cup 2014, will commence in Brazil. For about one month all people eyes around the world will focus on that event. Any places will full of people talking about all of those matches as well as making predictions. These are spreadsheets that can be customized and should help you managing your time while following that event. All spreadsheets needs to be open with Microsoft Excel version 2007 and above.
World Cup 2014 Calendar
This a monthly calendar with World Cup 2014 tournament schedule. You can add your own events into the calendar, so it will be shown along with the schedule where you can synchronize your important events with matches that you want to watch.
To use this spreadsheet:
– Go to Tournament worksheet, select your language and city (for timezone) preferences
– Go to Calendar Data worksheet, add your own holidays and events inside two tables at the left side of this worksheet. Your information will be shown next to the date on each calendar. You can type additional events below World Cup matches where this information will be shown in rows in each date boxes (maximum 6 rows per date boxes)
World Cup 2014 Calendar Template (Excel) (234.4 KiB, 12,446 hits)
World Cup 2014 TV Schedule
This TV schedule is designed to accommodate World Cup 2014 matches. Select your language and city, type your TV who broadcast the matches, and that’s all. If you need it for other purposes, you can download the original one. There are two type of schedule worksheets you can choose to print. The first one is without matches location, the second one it with matches location where you can also change its information with your own information.
World Cup 2014 TV Schedule Template (Excel) (292.8 KiB, 5,688 hits)
World Cup 2014 Fixtures and Scoresheet (Excel/Calc)
If you want to have a spreadsheet where you can record and track World Cup 2014 matches, you can use this one. To use it, just type the scores inside boxes between any team matches. Then you can see the group standings adjusted automatically. In knock out stages, type normal time score, extra time and penalty kick score (if any or leave it blank). There are two types of Microsoft Excel version that you can download, “With” and “Without National Flag”, while the OpenOffice/LibreOffice Calc version will have only “Without National Flag” version. But, all of them will have language and timezone customization utility.
World Cup 2014 Schedule/Scoresheet Template V1.60 (Excel) (802.0 KiB, 16,309 hits)
World Cup 2014 Schedule and Scoresheet - Without National Flag (Excel) (195.0 KiB, 4,655 hits)
World Cup 2014 Schedule and Scoresheet - Without National Flag (OpenOffice Calc) (113.0 KiB, 2,831 hits)
World Cup 2014 Schedule with Top Scorer Tracker
Do you want to record and track the progress goal scorers in this tournament? You can download and use this one. But, you need to fill 23 players of all team in player database worksheet. The official players should be available before the tournament begun in June. In the mean time, you can put your dummy players, or players that you think unquestionably will join the World Cup squad. After finishing with player database, simply type the score and player selection boxes will appear based on the number of scores you typed. You can select the player then. You can select player who make own goal also, and it won’t be counted in top scorer race. In knock out stages, if some matches have to be decided by penalty shoot out, you have to type the score to reveal the winner but not goal scorers, because it won’t be counted in top scorer race, and there is only maximum 8 goal scorers per team can be selected in this spreadsheet, and adding penalty kick goal scorers will be useless.
World Cup 2014 Top Scorer Template V1.58 (Excel) (552.6 KiB, 2,953 hits)
World Cup 2014 Sweepstake/Pool
Want to play prediction game? This template should accommodate your needs. With simple rule and simple points organization, you won’t have difficulties on using it.
How to use :
– Define your points, or you can follow premade points in setup worksheet
– Define knock out stages rule for extra-time/penalty kick events whether you want it to be counted or not in your game.
– Define player’s name in player list (maximum 15 for lite version)
– You can start collecting score prediction from all players for group stages at once, or match by match.
– Enter the real results during the tournament and see player leaderboards.
FIFA World Cup 2014 Pool Template V1.50 (Excel) (746.5 KiB, 4,713 hits)