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Old 08-28-2017, 01:06 AM   #1
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Schedule request - 10 teams, 54 games

Hi all,

First of all, thanks to the entire schedule-making community for having so many useful resources for the rest of us. I've recently started a fictional-historical league and some of the short-season schedules have been very helpful.

That said, given the number of schedules already out there I was sort of surprised not to find a 10-team, 54-game schedule for one division - just six games against each of the nine other clubs. If anyone has the time and skills to do something like this it'd be very helpful to me. Preferably, there'd only be games 2-3 days per week so I can stretch the schedule over the entire season - this is meant to cover my fictional 1870s.

Thanks in advance!
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Bumping this to see if anyone can help with this request.
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Old 10-07-2017, 04:46 PM   #3
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Hi all,

First of all, thanks to the entire schedule-making community for having so many useful resources for the rest of us. I've recently started a fictional-historical league and some of the short-season schedules have been very helpful.

That said, given the number of schedules already out there I was sort of surprised not to find a 10-team, 54-game schedule for one division - just six games against each of the nine other clubs. If anyone has the time and skills to do something like this it'd be very helpful to me. Preferably, there'd only be games 2-3 days per week so I can stretch the schedule over the entire season - this is meant to cover my fictional 1870s.

Thanks in advance!
Can't you just change the schedule information at the top of the file to fit your league? shouldn't take more than 5 seconds. I have changed a few that were balance to have 2 sl or 2 divisions when they were only 1 sl / 1 div. If you need to change the day number of the game the easiest way is to put the schedule into excel create a lookup table with the schedules day number in column 1 and the day number you want it to be in 2.

How I do it in open office is to break the schedule down so that the date column is not day="1" to 3 columns day=" 1 ", change the 1 with the lookup and concatenate the 3 columns. To break into just use the left, mid and right string formulas.

If this seems difficult I can try to modify one for you. I do not create schedules but can modify in open office or excel to meet most needs. Just post a schedule you would want modified. Otherwise someone will probably create a new one for you.
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I don't think there's a schedule that can be modified. That's the problem.
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I don't think there's a schedule that can be modified. That's the problem.
Wow that is interesting that no one wanted this schedule in the past. Sorry about that.
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I don't think there's a schedule that can be modified. That's the problem.

I found a 20 team 54 game schedule 2 division and only plays division games. Plays only 1 team a week, 3 game series. Could just delete second division. I don't no this will work or not.
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Hi all,

First of all, thanks to the entire schedule-making community for having so many useful resources for the rest of us. I've recently started a fictional-historical league and some of the short-season schedules have been very helpful.

That said, given the number of schedules already out there I was sort of surprised not to find a 10-team, 54-game schedule for one division - just six games against each of the nine other clubs. If anyone has the time and skills to do something like this it'd be very helpful to me. Preferably, there'd only be games 2-3 days per week so I can stretch the schedule over the entire season - this is meant to cover my fictional 1870s.

Thanks in advance!
Found a 20 team that just needs the second division deleted, but it plays 3 games a week on the weekends. Plays the 3 games against 1 team. Days can be modified so they are not playing 3 consecutive days, but don't know if you want a series or individual games against different opponents.

Another option that I used in a test league was to take a bowling schedule and just go thru it 6 times just number the game day to what ever you want.
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Wow that is interesting that no one wanted this schedule in the past.
I was surprised as well. That's why I bumped the thread
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