199 Cool & Funny Duo Team Names

As the song goes, “It takes two to make it outta sight” — and your duo team deserves and out-of-sight name! Find nearly 200 cool and funny two-person group name options in our list below, or scroll past it to see our tips for creating your own team name.

1. Salt and Lime

2. Table for Two

3. Thing 1 and Thing 2: characters from The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss

4. Ketchup and Mustard

5. Beans and Franks

6. Pen and Paper

7. Just the Two of Us

8. 2 Fast 2 Furious: Reference to the second Fast and Furious movie

9. Buy One, Get One

10. Hummus and Pita

11. The Duet Zone

12. Sylvester & Tweety: cartoon characters

13. Mac and Cheese

14. Donald & Daisy: famous Disney ducks

15. Two for Tea

16. Mickey & Minnie: famous Disney mice

17. Pooh & Piglet: characters from Winnie the Pooh

18. Me and You

19. Batman and Robin

20. Always in Pairs

21. Coffee and Biscotti

22. Danny and Sandy: couple from the classic musical Grease

23. Pickles & Relish

24. Peas & Carrots

25. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

26. Two for the Road

27. Peanut Butter & Jelly

28. Lucy and Ethel: best friends from I Love Lucy

29. Lorelei and Rory: mother and daughter from Gilmore Girls

30. Chandler and Monica: couple from the classic sitcom Friends

31. Butter and Bread

32. Hall and Oates: music duo

33. Chip ‘n’ Dale: famous Disney chipmunks

34. Treble and Bass

35. It Takes Two

36. Mork and Mindy: classic TV show/characters

37. Cut and Paste

38. Adam and Eve

39. Chips and Dip

40. Posh and Becks: nickname for Victoria Beckham (singer) and David Beckham (footballer)

41. You and I

42. Bert and Ernie: Muppets characters

43. Charlie Brown and Snoopy

44. Lewis and Clark: historical figures

45. Holmes and Watson: characters from the Sherlock Holmes mystery series

46. Hammer and Nail

47. Jekyll and Hyde

48. Lady and the Tramp

49. Mutt and Jeff: classic comic strip characters

50. Yin and Yang

51. Peter Pan and Wendy

52. Smoke and Mirrors

53. Salt and Pepper

54. Chicken and Ribs

55. Starsky and Hutch: classic TV characters

56. Windshield and Bug

57. Pencil and Eraser

58. Romeo and Juliet

59. Hepburn and Tracy: Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy, who co-starred in nine movies

60. Boots and Slippers

61. Socks and Shoes

62. Compass and Ruler

63. Moon and Stars

64. Silver and Gold

65. Dustpan and Broom

66. Thelma and Louise

67. Betty and Veronica: characters from the Archie comics

68. Apples and Oranges

69. Tea and Biscuits

70. Flats and Heels

71. Lock and Key

72. Brush and Comb

73. Rake and Shovel

74. Forks and Spoons

75. Sonny and Cher: 1970s music and TV stars

76. Merlot and Rosé

77. Gin and Tonic

78. Emeralds and Rubies

79. Happiness and Joy

80. Glitter and Glimmer

81. Croissants and Macarons

82. Fist Bumps and High Fives

83. Piano and Guitar

84. A Wish and a Prayer

85. Dollars and Cents

86. Scrunchies and Clips

87. Bongo and Rainmaker

88. Picks and Strings: reference to guitar picks and guitar strings

89. Sunflowers and Roses

90. Yesses and Nos

91. Ribbons and Bows

92. Corned Beef and Cabbage

93. Woofs and Meows

94. Pink and Blue

95. Leather and Lace

96. Fife and Drum

97. Dots and Stripes

98. Floral and Plaid

99. Diamonds and Rubies

100. Bass and Snare

101. Pennies and Nickels

102. Death and Taxes

103. Starfish and Shells

104. Whiskey and Ice

105. Music and Lyrics

106. Buttons and Snaps

107. Chopsticks and Spoons

108. Tall and Short

109. Sweet and Savory

110. Fast and Slow

111. Rosemary and Thyme

112. Good and Bad

113. Wink and a Smile

114. Lattes and Cappuccinos

115. Fish and Chips

116. Laverne and Shirley: classic TV characters

117. Harmonicas and Kazoos

118. Mario and Luigi: video game characters

119. Chips and Salsa

120. Amethyst and Agate

121. Toast and Jelly

122. Pork Chop and Applesauce

123. Steak and Fries

124. Shamrocks and Fairies

125. Flannel and Silk

126. Shuffles and Slots

127. Bagel and Lox

128. Unicorns and Rainbows

129. Salty and Sweet

130. Almonds and Pecans

131. Harry and Meghan: the Duke and Duchess of Sussex

132. Shrimp and Grits

133. Yogi and BooBoo: famous cartoon bears

134. Peaches and Cream

135. Will and Grace: late ’90s/early 2000s TV characters

136. Sea Salt and Caramel

137. Onions and Garlic

138. Joanie and Chachi: 80’s TV sitcom

139. Lavender and Phlox

140. Chocolate and Cheese

141. Cocoa and Marshmallows

142. Boris and Natasha: characters from The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show

143. Two Miles an Hour

144. Rocky and Bullwinkle: cartoon characters

145. Cagney and Lacey: TV characters

146. Mop and Bucket

147. Gilligan and Skipper: characters from the classic TV show Gilligan’s Island

148. Two Weeks Notice

149. Biscuits and Honey

150. Jeans and Boots

151. Flip-Flops and Sunscreen

152. Sandcastle and Seashell

153. Belle and Beast: characters from Beauty and the Beast

154. Aladdin and Jasmine: characters from Aladdin

155. Movie and Popcorn

156. Microsoft and Apple

157. Fire and Water

158. Two Old Friends

159. Sand and Shore

160. Suits and Ties

161. Rocks and Crystals

162. Citrus and Sage

163. Two out of Three

164. Books and Bookmarks

165. One Plus One

166. Two Minutes

167. The Two-Timers

168. Fame and Fortune

169. Clouds and Sun

170. Two Fuzzy Dice

171. Carrie and Mr. Big: characters from the TV show Sex and the City

172. Alternative and Acoustic

173. Two Different Worlds

174. Stars and Stripes

175. Flotsam and Jetsam: material that washes up after a shipwreck or after being thrown overboard

176. Fruits and Greens

177. Abercrombie and Fitch

178. Kenan and Kel: TV/movie characters

179. Lady and Gentleman

180. Lenny and Squiggy: characters from the classic TV show Laverne & Shirley

181. SpongeBob and Patrick: cartoon characters

182. Itchy and Scratchy: cat and mouse from The Simpsons

183. Lightning and Thunder

184. Frasier and Niles: brothers from the TV series Frasier

185. Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock

186. Night and Day

187. Free and Clear

188. Acoustic and Electric: reference to types of guitars

189. Give and Take

190. Tweedledum and Tweedledee: characters from Alice in Wonderland

191. Classic and Jazz

192. Blondie and Dagwood: classic comic strip couple

193. Hats and Scarves

194. Zombies and Ghouls

195. Sculpt and Paint

196. Charcoal and Pastel

197. Pen and Ink

198. Timon and Pumbaa: characters from The Lion King

199. Ross and Rachel: couple from the TV show Friends

How to Create a Great Duo Team Name

The most important thing to remember when creating a duo team name is that it should obviously be for two people. Some of the names on our list could also work for larger groups. Still, from a pair of opposites (like our list’s example of Acoustic and Electric) to a famous duo (like The Lion King‘s Timon and Pumbaa), your name will likely make clear to anyone who sees it that you are a duo.

Team names that include singular words connected by “and” usually work best, as seen in our list. When compiling our list, we considered things that naturally pair well together (for example, Pen and Ink), things that are very distinct from each other (Night and Day), and duos from movies and TV (Ross and Rachel).

But “and” pairings aren’t the only ways to get inspiration for your duo team name. There are also plenty of references to “two” in popular culture to use, from song titles and lyrics to movies.

If you’re not a fan of any of the options in our list, try searching for “two” on IMDb or in your favorite music streaming app to get ideas. A quick test search of IMDb brings up Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Kubo and the Two Strings, and The Two Popes, among others — all viable options to use or get inspiration from for your duo team name!

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