Welcome to our Football Survivor Pools!
Pick one team from the weekly NFL schedule to win and advance. Cannot pick the same team twice. Last entry alive is the winner.
These pools are currently unavailable, but will return next season!
|$1,500 Classic II Survivor (Week 6 Start) (2017)|
|$1,000 Double Knockout Survivor (2017)|
|$1,000 Double Knockout Survivor II (2017)|
|$2,000 Classic I Survivor (2017)|
|Free Entry Ultimate Bragging Rights NFL Survivor (2017)|
|$100 -Free Entry- Survivor (Week 8) (2016)|
|$1,250 Classic II (2016)|
|$100 -Free Entry- Survivor (Week 4) (2016)|
|$2,500 Classic I (2016)|
|NFL Playoffs (2015)|
|$2,500 Classic II (2015)|
|$2,500 Classic I (2015)|
|$1,500 Second Half (2014)|
|$2,500 Classic (2014)|
|$2,500 Lucky Loser's (2014)|
|Second Half (2013)|
|Second Half (2012)|
|Second Half (2011)|
|Second Half (2010)|
|Second Half (2009)|
|Second Half (2008)|
|Second Half (2007)|
A private pool is a pool you create, name yourself and invite people you know to participate in. You may choose to create a pool as a fun activity for your co-workers or as a fundraiser for a charity or kids’ sports team.
MyOfficePool.ca provides a service that allows you to create and operate the pool. We provide the website and perform all updates. Our private pool service is currently free. MyOfficePool.ca does not collect entry fees or distribute prizes for private pools. That is the commissioner’s responsibility should they choose to do that for their particular pool.
A public pool is a pool operated by MyOfficePool.ca and open to all registered members, subject to the specific pool’s terms and conditions. There is typically an entry fee and prize structure for our public pools if members purchase a premium access entry.
If you created a private pool, or if you are participating in a private pool and want to invite others to join, make sure to include the unique web link to the specific pool in your communications. Take advantage of the share buttons provided on your private pool results page to share the link across social networks or via email.
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To join a private pool you will need the person who invites you to send you the unique web link to the specific pool. Use that link to visit the pool, and then upon registering a free member account and logging in on that page, then you will see the appropriate button to join the pool.
At this time, members who create a private pool cannot input other member usernames or email addresses for the website to store and track invitations. Only visiting the unique web link will allow members to join that pool.
Log in to your member account. Once a member joins any pool, then links appear under the member’s username in the upper-right main navigation bar, and in the secondary navigation and main page for each sports-pool type, when they are logged in.
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