Round Robin Generator
What is Round Robin?
Round robin is a competition in which each team plays every other team. For example, in the English Premier League, each team plays every other team twice, resulting in a double round robin tournament. For a more in-depth explanation, see the Wikipedia entry for round-robin tournament .
Why use LeagueLobster?
There are many free round robin generators, but most only let you generate a simple round robin rotation to print, without the ability to assign times and locations.
LeagueLobster lets you enter your locations and available time slots and assigns games to those times and locations for you. You can also enter scores and our system will calculate standings automatically.
What else does LeagueLobster do?
LeagueLobster is a full-featured sports management system that lets you run your leagues and tournaments efficiently from start to finish. You can use it to create your website, collect registration fees, manage your teams and players, and send out email communication.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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.
For more information, please see our help article on entering scores.
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).
For more information, please see our help article on bye weeks.
Yes! If you'd like to add a knockout (playoff) 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.
For more information, please see our help article on playoff brackets.
Yes! You can print your schedule in a clean, easy-to-read format with your custom team names, times and locations. You can also export your schedule to a CSV file for use in other applications.
We also offer simple, ready-to-print round robin schedules (without times and locations) for up to 12 teams here.