It has been more than 2 months since I wrote the last template. I have been stuck in my job so I couldn’t do anything to pay more attention to this site. And within that time, I got a reminder email from English Football Association Agency, where they reminded me not to distribute anything regarding their English Premier League Fixtures and all related material except I paid a license for that. That is the reason why I dropped my English Premier League Fixtures excel spreadsheet from my site.
And in my pending comments boxes, I received a lot of request about the passwords or making other excel spreadsheet for other league.
Before, I decided to make a tutorial on this, but I my time is very limited to write. So, I decided to make a general soccer league table spreadsheet, where you can modify by yourself according to your needs. And there is no password on the excel sheet and the formula, so you can learn all the logic and the formula inside. I just protected the link to my website, and I will be very happy if you don’t remove that link.
Comparing with my previous league sheets, I removed the graph and individual team fixtures due to complicated function that have to be managed to make it general. I am still try to make general and hopefully I can release it in next version.
This soccer spreadsheet consists of 5 sheets, i.e :
1. Initial Setup
2. League Table
3. Fixtures and Results
I hide ’setting’ sheet, to avoid some misstyping while you are working with this sheet. You will easily unhide the sheet from the sheet menu.
Finally, Lega Calcio released its Serie A schedule for 2008/2009 season. I just can wait to see the performance of Ronaldinho, Kaka, Ibrahimovic, Francesco Totti and lot of world football stars in action in this league.
Last season, I don’t have any computer tool to see the progress of Italian league and journey of my favourite club, AC Milan. That the reason I made this excel sheet and, of course, based on my needs. And it began with making the fixtures sheet for Premiership season, because the English Football Association released the fixtures earlier than Italian.
I haven’t had time to add more features on this sheet, so basically, the sheet is similar with the English Premier League worksheet. I just changed the team and schedule based on official fixtures from www.lega-calcio.it. Guidance to use this excel spreadsheet can be read in my Premier League Fixtures section, but I will give short description about my excel spreadsheet.
Spanish Primera Liga or La Liga Fixtures 2008/2009 in Excel format is available now. You can follow the journey of Real Madrid with or without Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona without Ronaldinho in this spreadsheet for one full season. If you need more information regarding la liga fixtures, you can visit their official website at www.lfp.es.
There is no change in the feature of this spreadsheet compared with my previous worksheet. I still try to spare my time to improve the worksheet, but as promised, I will make Five European Football League Season Fixtures 2008/2009. Spanish La Liga is the fourth spreadsheet.