Excel Sheets – Training Calculator

Hi Managers,


Today we are going to share here in .info a couple of excel sheets that can help you to manage your team.

One is a training calculator, so basic, where you can introduce the skills and it calculates how completed is a drill in %, you have a table in the right with the skills affected by each drill so basically the less developed drill is the one that will hain more progress.

Down the right table you can introduce a “1” in each white skill so you can go back to check the 2nd table and see how many whites are affected per drill.

Basically the drill will give more XP as more white skills are affected by it and less % developed it is.

Here the Forum Thread where I will add a 2nd version of the Training Calculator edited by the Greek manager @Cris G.

TRAINING CALCULATOR 2020 Ed. &Various Forms of Interest

Then, there are 2 more excels, one is a form where you can add the level and ticket price you have and which gives you the 5%Bonus Possession. The 2nd excel show the results sent by the managers who replied the Ticket Prices Form, so you can have an idea about the ticket price that you can set depending on your level.




  1. Hey man, I’ve been working on a new version to tell you exactly which drills to use depending on which skill (or skills) you want to improve. I am also taking into consideration the loss of effectiveness in each situation.

    I have three questions:
    – White skills give double “experience” right?

    – What about grey skills? Do they give half the “experience”?

    – I read somewhere that greys give 50%, and that the “missing” 50% goes to any white in that drill.
    Do you know if it is true?

    1. White skills win double XP compared with grey ones, yep.
      – I read somewhere that greys give 50%, and that the “missing” 50% goes to any white in that drill.
      Do you know if it is true?
      That’s not true, simply a grey skill progress slowly.

    1. There are more excel sheets ins the Top Eleven Forum, check them out. I started this one, writing many stuffs there because we’ve been many months without a single guide, then some people joined and started doing new versions of training sheets and a etc
      I kept the notes there because I don’t like to delete my sketches lol
      But it’s a simple excel, were you can add the attributes and it show you the developement of each drill, allowing you to select the best one -less developed- to improve a particular attribute.

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