Interactive Soccer League Table in Excel Download

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24 Responses

  1. Mr Prediction says:

    Absolutely great Work. Is there opportunity that I can purchase a open file that I can create my own leeagues, based on the dataset from FifeThirty Eight ?

  2. Martin Sharp says:

    Thanks for the recent updates but the premier one doesn’t seem to work on my pc. Is there a fault as the last one worked perfectly. Thanks for any assistance in this matter.

    • jtang says:

      I just tried the premier league sheet (Premier_League_Interactive_Table_2020-21_FINAL.xlsm). It’s working fine on my pc. Can you try again? Let me know if it still gives you errors.

  3. Freddy says:


    Thank you for these spreadsheets, much appreciated. Just to let you know in the Championship. Sheffield Wednesday have had their points deduction changed from -12 to -6 points. See link below for story.

  4. sihle says:

    How do I generate the match scores multiple times without having to close the spreadsheet and open it again?

    • jtang says:

      Sorry for the late reply. You can delete the scores in home and away goal columns in the “fixtures” tab. You don’t need to close and open the spreadsheet.

  5. Juraj Látečka says:

    when I press the update button, I get an error: Run-time error ‘13’: Type mismatch
    Where is the problem? I use win 10/64, office 365

  6. TLiW says:


    Text in file that I try to download is “Download link is expired. Please get new download link.”

    Could I get new download link?

  7. Stephen Baldwin says:

    In the Championship table Sheffield Wednesday started the year with a penalty of -12 points. How does the spreadsheet take this into account?

  8. Mario says:

    Genio!, Gracias totales
    de la league one no hay no?

  9. Anonymous says:

    Thanks a lot mate.Simply brilliant work !!!

  10. Matt Brierley says:

    Wow, this is incredible. Great work.

  11. Steve Baldwin says:

    Is it possible to update dates and kick off times for Championship matches after October?

  12. Tim Cousins says:

    Is there any chance of adding in the option to add a points adjustment for each team? Either this or an unlocked table sheet so I can add this formula myself?
    Kind Regards

    • jtang says:

      Hi Tim,
      The points in the league table are calculated from scores of each fixture in the fixtures tab. To changes points of team, you can change the scores of that teams.

  13. Graham Williams says:

    Hi jtang
    Thanks very much for sorting the problem out
    ill just have to leave the SPI auto update alone

  14. Graham Williams says:

    hi, im having the same problem Excel 2007
    the Monte Carlo Run has a runtime error 438
    But on premier_ league_interactive_table _2019-20 rev2.2 and 2.3 it works ok with no problem

    • jtang says:

      Hi Graham,

      I found the problem. Please download the updated revision -> “championship_league_interactive_table_2019-20-rev2.5.xlsm”. Monte Carlo will now run in Excel 2007 without error 438. However, Excel 2007 is not fully supported. “SPI auto update” will not run in Excel 2007.


  15. Graham Muir says:

    the Monte Carlo Run has a runtime error 438

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