Round Robin Generator
Generate your round robin
in 10 seconds
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! Our round robin schedule generator is free for up to 50 teams. If you need more, we have a PRO version that can handle more complex scheduling tasks.
Absolutely! Our schedule generator is here to help you run a smooth event from start to finish. You'll be able to enter scores and get an instant standings table – all on a public page to share with your players.
A round-robin (or all-play-all) is a competition in which each team (or player) meets all other teams (or players) in turn. With our generator, you can play either complete or partial round robins (i.e. you don't have to play any set number of games).
Enter your number of teams, how many games each team should play, and over how many weeks (or select one of the presets) and click the green button. This will generate your initial schedule, which you can customize with team names, venues, time slots, your logo and color scheme, etc.
If you have an odd number of teams, there will be one team each 'round' that has no opponent. That team is said to have a 'bye'. Our round robin schedule generator allows you to create a schedule with or without byes – you may choose to shorten your schedule so that all teams play each week (by giving another team a doubleheader).
Yes! If you'd like to add a knockout bracket, you can simply upgrade to the PRO version and add playoffs to your existing schedule. Our tournament schedule maker also lets you generate single or double-elimination brackets with or without prior round robin play.