Disco became the most popular form of dance music in the 1970s after finding its footing in underground “discotheques,” or clubs.
While its reign on the charts was relatively short-lived, the influence of disco is still felt today in hits like Doja Cat’s “Say So.”
Disco team names should be energetic and nostalgic, reflecting the glamour and charm of the disco scene.
Get groovy with one of the 59 names on our list below, or scroll past the list for tips to help you create your own disco team names!
Bell Bottomed Babes
The Dancing Queens
The Disco Balls
The Super Freaks
The Love Train
Hearts of Glass
Heaven's Missing Angels
reference to the song “Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel”
Boogie Oogie Oogie
Glitter & Feathers
The Beat Turners
reference to the song “Turn the Beat Around”
Saturday Night Fever
Hotpants & Platforms
We Feel Love
reference to the song “I Feel Love”
The Good Times Gang
reference to the song “Le Freak”
The Far Out Fam
Sequins & Flares
reference to the song “Do You Wanna Funk?”
The Halter Necks
Bad Mama Jamas
The Open Collars
The Nifty Ones
Men After Midnight
reference to the song “Man After Midnight”
The Bad Girls
The Leisure Suits
The Electric Sliders
The Go-Go Boots
We Should Be Dancing
Far Out Footing
Can You Dig It?
Disco Team Name Generator
How to Create Your Own Groovy Disco Team Names
Use the following tips to brainstorm your own funky disco team names:
- Get inspiration from disco songs. Many options on our list are either taken directly or adapted from disco song titles and lyrics. Have everyone in your group contribute a favorite song, then generate ideas based on those songs. Take a vote to determine the favorite, and you’ll have an easy, groovy team name!
- Use retro slang. Disco-era terminology — from dances like the electric slide to nicknames like casanova — can provide a fun and nostalgic team name that brings your mind right back to the days of the dance floor or roller rink!
- Reference disco culture and fashion. The disco era brings such a clear picture to mind, full of sequins, platform shoes, flared legs, halter tops, and feather boas. Use your favorite element of disco culture or do some research and see what sticks out to your team. Looking at photos from Studio 54 and iconic disco performers can give you plenty of ideas!