Women’s World Cup 2023 Excel
In this post, we are introducing the “Women’s World Cup 2023 Excel Schedule” based on the suggestions of several readers of the blog. It’s one of the many files we are releasing in 2023, and it’s the first one related to women’s sports. In terms of national teams, we have already released the Excel for the 2023 Gold Cup and the Excel for the U-21 Euro Cup. In terms of clubs, we have also released the Excel for the 2023 Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana, which is now in its third edition. After the Women’s World Cup, we also plan to release, as in previous years, the Excel for the Champions League and the Excel for the Premier League. When international football tournaments come around, it is common to organize pools at work, in bars, with groups of friends, etc. The purpose of this Excel file is to assist you in your group for the Women’s World Cup in Australia/New Zealand 2023.
The draw for the Women’s World Cup took place on October 22, 2022, so all the participating teams are already known, and soon the final version of the Women’s World Cup 2023 Excel Schedule will be available.
Thanks to the readers for encouraging us to continue releasing Excel files for different football competitions. Since we started in 2016 with the Euro Cup Excel, several tournaments have passed by the year 2023, during which you have shown interest in us continuing to release these files and have provided suggestions for new tournaments.
In this edition, we will maintain the same scoring system for the pool as we did for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, where we added new scoring criteria. Unlike other tournaments, such as the Euro Cup, the World Cup includes a match for the 3rd and 4th place, and prizes are awarded to the 3 best players and the 3 top scorers.
Another new introduced in the Qatar World Cup and also included in this edition of the Women’s World Cup Excel file is the World Cup fixture, which can be viewed in a snapshot on the fixture sheet, allowing you to have a quick overview of the current state of the Women’s World Cup.
Once again, we appreciate the collaboration, assistance, and advice from SandruskDesign regarding the design aspect.
How does the Women’s World Cup 2023 Excel Schedule work?
The operation is very simple, and you can see it in the video below (in spanish): in the group stage, you only need to fill in the gray boxes with the results you think will occur. In case of a tie in the group standings between two or more teams, you can select the order of those teams. The tiebreaker criteria (in case of tied points) in the group stage are:
- Greater overall goal difference
- Higher number of goals scored
- In case the tie persists after the previous criteria:
- Higher number of head-to-head points
- Higher head-to-head goal difference
- Higher head-to-head goals scored (In the Excel file, you can manually select the order of tied teams up to this criteria)
- Better fair play (based on the number of yellow and red cards)
From the round of 16 onwards, the matchups are automatically determined as the schedule is pre-established, and you need to fill in the gray boxes. In case the entered result is a draw, two additional gray boxes will be opened on the sides to break the tie. In the end, you need to write down who you believe will be the best players and the top scorers.
Women’s World Cup 2023 Excel Pool
This file can also be used to organize a Women’s World Cup 2023 Excel Pool. In some parts of the world, the concept of a pool is known as “Sweepstake Mundial Femenino 2023”. Additionally, it serves as a fixture: in one sheet of the file, you can have a quick view of the groups and the matchups.
To organize the pool, there are 2 files: one for the participants of the Women’s World Cup 2023 Excel Pool and another one for the administrator. The participants should fill in the file and send it to the pool administrator, who can enter all the participants’ results in the administrator’s file, view the pool standings in the same Excel file, and see the daily predictions of each participant. The files can be downloaded below.
Download the Women’s World Cup 2023 Excel Pool File
Comments on the Women’s World Cup 2023 Excel Pool File
- Last update: 17/06/2023
- This file serves as both a fixture and a user file for the pool of the Women’s World Cup in Australia/New Zealand.
- The file download is an Excel file and does not contain macros. It consists entirely of formulas.
We also provide the administrator file for the World Cup pool.
Download the Women’s World Cup Excel Pool ADMINISTRATOR File 2023
Comments on the administrator file:
- Last update: 17/06/2023
- There are several versions available depending on the desired number of participants. The version in this post includes up to 5 players. If you need a version for more than 5 participants, click the button to access different options.
- The download includes the Excel file to organize the prediction game (whether you do the complete tournament at once or by stages) with your friends, colleagues, or anyone you want.
- You can find the explanation of the scoring criteria here (in spanish).
- We have created a video explaining how the file works.
Many of you are asking us what is the best way to establish the scores. I encourage you to comment on how you will set them in your group so that people can see it, and also if you want to discuss the pros and cons of different scoring systems, as there is no right or wrong way. It all depends on what each group values the most and the format of the tournament, whether it’s a complete tournament, staged, or just individual matches
As always, any corrections, suggestions, or comments you want to make are welcome. You can discuss anything related to the World Cup, the rules you use in your group, where you’re from, how many people are in your group, how you place your bets, suggest scoring systems, etc. Thank you in advance.
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