250 Fun Team Names for Your Next Office Game

Heather Harper

In this article, we’ve included more than 250 team names broken down into 12 categories. So take your pick!

If you’re preparing for your next office game and you and your employees can’t come up with the perfect team name, look no further.

This detailed list contains a plethora of creative and badass team names revolving around different ideas, which is more than enough to give each team a sense of unique group identity and add some fun during your office games.

Feel free to choose any of the great team name ideas from our list, or maybe you and your employees will feel inspired enough to create some unique team names yourselves!

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Fun Team Names

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Fun Team Names


In this article, we’ve included more than 250 team names broken down into 12 categories. We have a little bit of everything - from agile team names, professional sports names, and other cool team names, to music-themed team names, food-inspired team names, and business team names.

So, take your pick!

1) Clever Team Names


Coming up with a clever team name that reflects the group’s personalities, office ambitions, potential game outcome, different ideas, and so on, can sometimes be a challenge. Here are some ideas to get you started.

  1. Stampeders

  2. Strikers

  3. Office Tornadoes

  4. Usual Suspects

  5. Low Expectations

  6. One-Hit Wonders

  7. Virtuosos

  8. Atomic Bombs

  9. Black Mambas

  10. Office Devils

  11. Brainstormers

  12. Dumbledore’s Army

  13. Lords of the Games

  14. Office Lords

  15. The Executives

  16. The Clever Ones

  17. Mavericks

  18. High on Victory

  19. The Agile Team

2) Funny Team Names


If you want to bring some laughter to the office, opt for some of our funny team names.

Some may be more entertaining than others, but one thing’s certain - regardless of which team wins or loses, picking a funny team name is a guaranteed way to boost the team spirit and uplift everyone’s vibes in the group.

  1. We Showed Up

  2. We Have 99 Problems but Winning Office Games Ain’t One

  3. The Office Mafia

  4. A Team Has No Name

  5. Couch Potatoes

  6. Just Another Team in the Office

  7. Winning Office Vibes

  8. The Untouchables

  9. Game Beasts

  10. Bandits

  11. Your Worst Nightmare

  12. The Ones Who Can’t Be Named

  13. The Office Troublemakers

  14. Deuces

  15. The Geek Squad

  16. Sitting Ducks

  17. Win or Booze

  18. Incognito Mode

  19. We Drink and We Know Things (only for diehard Game of Thrones fans)

  20. Office Tornadoes

  21. The Weakest Links

  22. Bossy Pants

3) Cool Team Names


What makes cool team names cool is that they’re not tied to a specific category, and you don’t need to think about puns regarding your favorite movie, singer, franchise, and so on. Yet you get to sound genuine and memorable.

If this resonates for you and your office people, the cool team names we provide below are what you’re looking for.

  1. Miracle Workers

  2. Game Conquerors

  3. Kings and Queens of Office Games

  4. In It To Win It

  5. Best of the Best

  6. The Office Legends

  7. Office Ninja Players

  8. Office Rebels

  9. Winners United

  10. Wolf Pack

  11. Circus Animals

  12. Red Bulls

  13. The Prophets

  14. The Meme Team

  15. Here We Go Again

4) Good Team Names

Good team names may be hard to come across, but once you realize that a team name is the first thing people learn about you and your team, you know they’re worth looking for.

And we hope our list reassures you of that.

  1. Brain Cells

  2. Office Minions

  3. Rule Breakers

  4. Rule Makers

  5. The Unstoppables

  6. The Meme Team

  7. We Slay All Day

  8. Super Humans

  9. The A-Team

  10. New Kids on the Block

  11. The Ninja Crew

  12. The Game Masters

  13. Office Champions

  14. The Brainiacs

  15. Orcas

  16. Old Timers

  17. Office Volcanoes

5) Powerful Team Names


Groups that are in it to win it aren’t afraid of showing this with powerful team names.

If you want to show your team’s competitive side, take a look at the following team names:

  1. Great Name Still Pending

  2. Peak Performers

  3. Winners Win

  4. Divide and Conquer

  5. The Fierce

  6. Those Who Never Surrender

  7. The Unhinged

  8. The Office Gladiators

  9. The Loose Ends

  10. Intelligence Hub

  11. Hot Shots

  12. The Unstoppable Force

  13. Brain Trust

6) Girls Squad Names


Girls squad names are perfect for office games where you have the girls and the guys divided into separate teams.

Choosing some girls squad names for the all-women teams is a fun way for the players to show their girl power and creativity, so let’s see some examples.

  1. Mermaid Squad

  2. Witches

  3. Queen Bees

  4. Ladybugs

  5. Chicks With Kicks

  6. Charlie’s Angels

  7. The Intimidators

  8. Girl Gang

  9. The Spice Girls

  10. Gossip Girls

  11. The Office Empire

  12. The Chosen Ones

  13. Gazelles

  14. The Office Queens

  15. Belles

  16. Amigas from the Office

  17. The Girl Alliance

  18. The Red Head Gang

  19. Blondies

  20. Black Hair Crew

  21. A Bunch of Brunettes

  22. Wonder Women

7) Boys Squad Names


The guys in the office are no exception.

Boy squad names are all about funny puns, power, and amusing wording.

At least that’s what the team names on our list suggest.

  1. X Men

  2. Wizards

  3. The Undefeatables

  4. Office Vikings

  5. The Alpha Team

  6. The Jumping Jacks

  7. Blue Angels

  8. Soul Spartans

  9. Wise Guys

  10. Office Dudes

  11. Gentlemen’s Club

  12. The Tough Ones

  13. Trouble Makers

  14. Guys from the Office

  15. Bold Guys

  16. The Male Dream Team

  17. The Office Musketeers

  18. The MVPs = Most Valuable Player(s)

  19. Jungle Kings

  20. The Latecomers

  21. Savage and Average

  22. Ninja Bros

  23. Agile Team Athletes

8) Music-Themed Team Names


While the music taste in the office is certainly varied, that doesn’t mean your group won’t be able to get united in their team name efforts. Let’s see some music-inspired team names for the music lovers in the office.

  1. Red Hot Office Peppers

  2. Sultans of Sales

  3. Nicki Minaj’s Anacondas

  4. Smells Like Team Spirit

  5. Quizteama Aguilera

  6. Beyonce Know-Alls

  7. Frank Quiznatra

  8. We Will Rock You

  9. The Winner Takes It All

  10. Lords of the Chords

  11. The Rolling Stones

  12. Livin’ La Vida Loca

  13. We Really Wanna Zigazig Ah

  14. Nothing Compares to.. Us

  15. Genies in a Bottle

  16. Our Hearts Will Go On

9) Sports-Themed Team Names


You can approach the sports-themed team names in many ways and get as creative as you want.

However, to simplify things, our list includes fantasy football team names, fantasy baseball team names, fantasy hockey team names, and other fantasy team names. So if there are any sports teams lovers in your office, and they resonate with fantasy football, professional sports players, and Fantasy League, showing them our list will be a good idea.

That said, let’s not beat around the bush and get straight onto the best fantasy football team names.

  1. Justin Time (Justin Fields)

  2. Sting’s Fields of Gold (Justin Fields)

  3. A-Rod and the Pack (Aaron Rodgers)

  4. To Aaron Is Human (Aaron Rodgers)

  5. The Rodgers Gang (Aaron Rodgers)

  6. The Mahomes Mahomes Gang (Patrick Mahomes)

  7. Natural Born Kylers (Kyler Murray)

  8. Cobra Kyler (Kyler Murray)

  9. Cooper Troopers (Cooper Kupp)

  10. Championship Kupp (Cooper Kupp)

  11. The Kuppetts (Cooper Kupp)

  12. High Speed Chase (Ja'Marr Chase)

  13. Chark Attack (DJ Chark)

  14. Chark Week (DJ Chark)

  15. Skyy's the Limit (Skyy Moore)

  16. The Rise of Skyywalker (Skyy Moore)

  17. Keeping Up With the Tuckers (Justin Tucker)

  18. Game of Tuckers (Justin Tucker)

  19. Mixon It Up (Joe Mixon)

  20. Mixon Business with Pleasure (Joe Mixon)

  21. Penny For Your Thoughts (Rashaad Penny)

  22. As Bright as a Penny (Rashaad Penny)

  23. Penny for the Guy(s) (Rashaad Penny)

  24. Burrowito Bowl (Joe Burrow)

  25. Trying to Burrow Some Knowledge (Joe Burrow)

  26. Bateman & Robin (Rashod Bateman)

  27. Bateman Begins (Rashod Bateman)

  28. The Real Slim Brady (Tom Brady)

  29. Here’s My Number, So Call Me Brady (Tom Brady)

  30. 50 Shades of Brady (Tom Brady)

  31. Eke Eke Ekeler (Austin Ekeler)

  32. Austin Powers (Austin Ekeler)

  33. Barkleying up the Wrong Tree (Saquon Barkley)

  34. Another ‘Quon Bites the Dust (Saquon Barkley)

10) Movie-Themed Team Names


With so many amazing movies out there, coming up with movie-themed team names wasn’t a struggle. Choosing one is a fun way to recall some of your favorite movies and show your love for the moving pictures.

Here’s what we managed to think of:

  1. The Benchwarmers

  2. 12 Angry Men

  3. Pirates of the Caribbean Office

  4. Mission: Impossible - Office Protocol

  5. You Only Win Twice

  6. Win Another Day

  7. Requiem for a Team

  8. The Mighty Ducks

  9. Rebels Without a Cause

  10. Dead Poets Society

  11. The Green Butchers

  12. After Office Hours

  13. The Silence of the Winning Lambs

  14. The Dark Knights Rise

  15. Bring It On: All or Nothing

  16. Facing the Giants

  17. Behind Office Doors

  18. Take the Lead

  19. The Incredibles

  20. You Can(‘t) Win Them All

  21. Dare To Struggle, Dare To Win

  22. The Hunger Games

11) Food-Inspired Team Names


For the culinary crowd and all the food enthusiasts at the office, our food-inspired team names will surely be of interest. This is what we came up with.

  1. Chocolate Addicts

  2. Always Hungry… for Winning!

  3. The Office Muffins

  4. Cute Cupcakes

  5. Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice

  6. The Crunchy Gang

  7. BB - Burrito Brothers

  8. The Spaghetti Squad

  9. Wok This Way

  10. The Gouda People

  11. The French Toast Union

  12. Salt and Pepper Crew

  13. The Bacon Buddies

  14. Gourmet People

  15. What’s Cookin’ Good Lookin’?

  16. Best Fries Forever

  17. Donut Lose

  18. Shaquille Oatmeal

  19. Amazing Super Noodle Squad

  20. Food for Thought

  21. The Pancake Mafia

  22. Office Foodies

  23. Chop It Like It’s Hot

  24. Cheddar Lovers

  25. Gingerbread People

12) Business Team Names


You can’t really play games in the office without considering some business team names. They’re going to pop up sooner or later.

And when they do, make sure to go with the ones that resonate the most.

In the meantime, enjoy our 23 badass team names below:

  1. Business Hurricanes

  2. Game Influencers

  3. Killer Business Whales

  4. The Ultimate Over Achievers

  5. Pioneers

  6. Professionals

  7. Business Preachers

  8. Finance Wizards

  9. The Accountaholics

  10. Business Soldiers

  11. Winning Spartans

  12. The Capitalists

  13. Risky Business

  14. Business Zombies

  15. The Entrepreneurs

  16. The Company’s Darlings

  17. Office Piranhas

  18. Office Hive

  19. Fast Action Takers

  20. Dark Agents

  21. Business Ties

  22. Cubicle Comics

  23. Business Magicians

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you pick a good team name?

Choosing an awesome team name from so many great ideas can be tough. To make the right decision and choose a name your teammates will be happy with, here are some suggestions that’ll make the process easier.

1) Stick to simple team names

This is pretty much self-explanatory. The simpler a team name is, the easier it’ll be to pronounce and memorize it, so keep things short and sweet.

2) Be creative

That said, keeping things simple doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get creative. Go for something that will stick in people’s minds long after they hear the name, and if it brings a smile to their faces, it’s a plus.

As much as we all want to have creative team names, be conscious that you don't go overboard. Avoid any offensive team names so you don't ruin relationships in the process.

3) Think about the team’s identity

A team’s name conveys a team’s identity, so it’s useful for you and your group to decide what your team is all about. What kind of impression are you interested in leaving? What does the team name mean to you? What are you trying to achieve with it?

For instance, if you’re trying to appear funny, go with options such as We Have 99 Problems but Winning Office Games Ain’t One, Couch Potatoes, The Ones Who Can’t Be Named, or A Team Has No Name. Or if you’re movie enthusiasts, movie-themed team names will perfectly convey that. If you want a random team name, go with a category that speaks to you at that given moment.

4) Ensure the trivia team name corresponds to the office game you’re playing

For instance, if you’re playing a trivia game with a focus on food and drinks, opt for some of the team names we’ve outlined in the Food-Inspired Team Names section.

If you’re hosting sports teams-based office game, check out some of the sports-inspired team names we’ve suggested.

5) Consult your group

Before making any decisions, consult your team members and see how they feel about certain suggestions. What type of team names are they fond of? What team names do they generally dislike?

It’s best to pick a few and then vote for the one everyone seems to approve of the most.

Finally, keep track of all the team names you’ve used in the office so far so you can choose a different one each time you play games in the office.

How do you organize your next office game?

There are no exact rules you should follow when it comes to organizing your next office game; it all depends on how you envision the event.

With that said, there are always some suggestions and instructions you can keep in mind which can help you organize your office games with greater ease. Below, we discuss them.

1) Schedule a time and date

You can’t plan your office game until you schedule it and everyone (or at least the majority of the group in the office) has confirmed their attendance. The best way to find a time slot that works for everyone is by asking your employees what works for them. If you want to do things much quicker, send an online survey and have everyone pick the time they’re available.

2) Pick the office game

After scheduling the office game, it’s time to pick the actual game.

What is it that you see yourself doing with your employees? Is it a murder mystery party? Perhaps an escape room? Maybe you haven’t hosted a Scavenger Hunt for some time? How about a casino night or a team bingo event?

Consult your employees and see which ideas they resonate with the most. Keep the number of attendees in mind because some games are more suitable for larger, while others for smaller groups. For instance, if you’re hosting an office game for many employees, organizing a Scavenger Hunt might get a bit chaotic. However, it may be perfect to consider an escape room game or a murder mystery party with a lot of characters.

3) Plan the office game logistics

The office game logistics bit refers to several things.

First of all, you need to choose a host. It can be you or someone from the team, and if you have the budget for it, you might also consider employing a professional host.

Next, depending on the office game you’ve chosen, you need to make a detailed plan and decide on the rules. Is it a straightforward game, or is it a game that requires more detailed planning? For instance, if you’re hosting a trivia office game, how many groups would you have? How many points do teams get for providing the right answer? When they give a false answer, however, do they lose some points? And who would be keeping the score?

Next, will you be giving some awards to the winning team(s)? Consider things such as Amazon gift cards, goody bags, random vouchers, or perhaps even a day off.

Lastly, pick a specific venue within the office building that’s the most suitable for the office game you’ll be playing.

4) Ask for help

You don’t have to do and plan everything on your own.

Whenever you come across an obstacle you can’t quite manage to solve on your own, ask for assistance. For instance, if you struggle with a technology-related issue, go to your IT team. If you can’t seem to answer employees’ questions regarding the upcoming office party event, have your HR team do it.

5) Enjoy

Have fun.

Office games are meant to be enjoyed, not just by your employees, but by you as well. The organization and the planning bit shouldn’t get in the way of you enjoying the game.

6) Reflect upon the office game

Once you’re done with the office game event, run a brief survey in the office to see how everyone feels about the office game and what can be improved on for next such events.

Here are some ideas about what you can include in the survey:

  1. On a scale of 1-10 (1 being the lowest and 10 the highest), how would you assess the office game?

  2. On a scale of 1-10 (1 being the lowest and 10 the highest), how happy were you with the game host?

  3. On a scale of 1-10 (1 being the lowest and 10 the highest), how much did you resonate with the chosen game?

  4. On a scale of 1-10 (1 being the lowest and 10 the highest), how much did you resonate with your team?

  5. How likely are you to attend other such office game events in the future? (1) Not likely; (2) Somewhat likely; (3) Very likely;

  6. How likely are you to recommend such office game gatherings to colleagues who couldn’t attend this time? (1) Not likely; (2) Somewhat likely; (3) Very likely;

  7. How clear were the game instructions you and your team received?

  8. Was there anything that surprised you? If yes, what was it?

  9. What’s something that you’d like to see during the next office game events?

  10. Do you have other suggestions about games we could organize in the office?

That said, it’s not just your employees who should reflect on the office game. You should also contemplate your feelings about the office event.

Consider questions such as:

  • Am I happy with how the office game unfolded?

  • Is there anything that really surprised me?

  • What could I have done differently?

  • What should I change for the next office game?

  • Were there any latecomers? Did that impact the game in any negative way?

  • Was there anything I forgot to do? If yes, what was it?

  • Should I ask for more help the next time?

Keep in mind that engaging in such reflection should be done the day after the office game event. You’d like to be able to recall details and contemplate your emotions while they’re still fresh. The same applies to your employees’ feedback.

Finally, don’t forget to have every team pick their team name before you start playing!

Why should you run games in the office?

Office games come with a plethora of benefits, and below we discuss the most important ones.

1) Helping employees unwind

Office games help employees relax after a hard day at work. This is when they can connect with their colleagues and have fun while still being in an office setting, and experience the space in a totally different way. Office games are a perfect reward after a challenging meeting or a demanding product launch, and you can make them as short or as long as you and your team want.

2) Using them for ice breaker purposes

Introducing icebreaker games in the office is great for a wide range of business contexts, especially for team-building purposes. Namely, you could have new interns, new employees, or employees who have been with you for some time but don’t know everyone in the company, and such games are the perfect opportunity for them to socialize and connect.

Moreover, icebreakers can be a great boost before an upcoming meeting, tough week ahead, busy launches, and so on. Answering funny questions is the perfect distresser that also affects employee motivation and engagement in a positive way.

3) Paving the way for friendly competition

It goes without saying that office games create many opportunities for friendly competition. This not only helps everyone break away from the routine they’re so used to, but keeps your employees motivated to be the best and outperform long after the actual game is over.

4) Improving interpersonal relationships

Office games help boost the interaction levels in the office more than you can imagine. They enable colleagues to catch up with peers, share thoughts, opinions, and ideas, and listen to what others have to say.

And the best part?

None of this has to be forced - it happens spontaneously. After all, playing office games involves collaboration and communication as your employees are working toward a common goal - to win the game.

Today they’re winning an office game, tomorrow they’ll be winning in your industry and securing sales. That’s how it goes.

5) Boosting employees’ creativity

And this starts way before the actual office game that takes place - just think about the process of picking new team names.

6) Helping employees notice leadership potential among employees

Office games are a great way for employers such as yourself to spot those employees who truly stand out from the crowd with their ideas, resourcefulness, and more importantly, their leadership potential.

These are the people who always have a plan B, have no trouble whatsoever communicating their ideas to the rest of the group, come up with playful solutions, and delegate tasks within their group in a successful manner.

7) Allowing employees to have fun

Office games are enjoyable and funny. There’s something special about engaging in games with peers you’re used to working with all the time.

Coming up with answers, providing solutions, trying to keep up with the score, competing with other teams, all while having fun - few events can live up to the excitement that comes with office games.

Final Words

To wrap up, choosing awesome team names for your next office game can be a fun way to connect with your people in the office, get your creative juices flowing, and enjoy the game before it actually starts.

The list of badass team names we provided you with may not be exhaustive, however, it’s more than enough to get you started. And while coming up with badass team names doesn’t guarantee winning the office game, it certainly gives you a head start.

Heather Harper

Heather Harper

Heather Harper has a Masters in Occupational Psychological from the University of Manchester. She currently works as an editorial writer specialising in organizational psychology - helping teams work better together.

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