If you have v2.3 of the Chart Soccer spreadsheet bought from eBay, there were some issues with that version. The main issue was that the file size was around 17MB, which caused the file to take a long time to load and save and it would sometimes freeze as well. These issues have now been resolved in v2.4.
I have also created a new version of the League Position Chart, which covers two sides of an A4 sheet instead of one. This allows for larger boxes to fit the teams in than before, and is available with the new version.
If anyone would like a copy of this new version, please let me know via messaging on eBay, and I will send you the new download link. If that doesn’t work, leave me a message here and I will try and sort something out.
Alex (Midlife Geek)
The Chart Soccer spreadsheet is now available on eBay.
This is a generic setup with a 20-team Super League, a Challenge Cup (like the F.A. Cup) and a European Cup.
If you are interested in this you can see the listing at the link below.
Chart Soccer spreadsheet.
Just a heads up, if you are interested in the Chart Soccer pages, in particular the A.F.L. Chart Soccer, I plan to make a spreadsheet available in Excel format that can be used to play a version of Chart Soccer. The spreadsheet will have a 20-Team Super League, a Challenge Cup (like the F.A. Cup) starting at the 64-team stage and a European Cup also starting at the 64-team stage.
What the spreadsheet will do
The spreadsheet will be able to create a fixture list into which results can be entered, and automatically create a league table, points recorder (to help determine “form” teams) and a results table. The cup competitions will allow for teams to be allocated to draw numbers, and the matches to be auto-populated based on the draw numbers entered. As results are entered, the qualifiers for the next round will be automatically generated, and will take account of replays, penalties and, for the European Cup, aggregate scores and the away goals rule.
What the spreadsheet won’t do
The spreadsheet will not be able to
- Generate the results – Separate dice or a dice roller spreadsheet would have to be used;
- Make draws – These would have to be done using cards, counters or some other method (there will be an explanation of how to create a random draw generator in Excel in the user guide);
- Create data exports – This is something I may add later, but for now I’m keeping it simple. In the meantime, screen prints will of course be possible.
When will it be available
Watch this space, I will post here soon when this becomes be available and how to obtain it.