69 “The Office” Trivia Team Names

“The Office” is commonly cited as one of the best TV comedies of all time, and for a good reason — not a single episode goes by without belly laughs and some iconic quote or joke! It was based on a BBC TV series of the same name, but ran seven seasons longer than the British version[1][2] and is often regarded as the better of the two shows.[3]

Though the show ended in 2013,[1] it remains a staple on many of our screens and has given way to events like trivia nights, bar crawls, and fan conventions.[4] There are even not one, but several “The Office” fan groups on Facebook with over 80,000 members![5]

Whether your own office reminds you of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company or you’re simply a huge fan of the show, we have more than 60 “The Office” trivia team names to choose from below! Below the list, we also share our tips for creating your own unique “The Office”-themed team names.

  1. A Little Stitious
  2. Scrantonicity
  3. Dunder Mifflin Derelicts
  4. Regional Shenanigans
  5. Schrute’s Squad
  6. Dwight’s Disciples
  7. How the Turn Tables
  8. Sabre Society
  9. Ryan Started the Fire!
  10. Happy Hour Heroes
  11. Scott Paper Posse
  12. Lackawanna Legacy
  13. Bears. Beets. Battlestar Gallactica.
  14. Conflict Resolution
  15. The Dundie Winners
  16. World’s Best Bosses
  17. WE DECLARE BANKRUPTCY!
  18. The Mediocre Mergers
  19. Beesly’s Battalion
  20. Deedle-Dee Dudes: a reference to Deedle-Dee productions, which made “The Office”
  21. Angela’s Accountants
  22. Temps Like Ryan
  23. Promoted To Sales
  24. The Scranton Temps
  25. Kapoor’s CSRs
  26. The Q.A. Creed
  27. The Soup Snakes
  28. Downsize Denial
  29. Booze Cruise Comrades
  30. It’s Stairmageddon!
  31. Dummies, Morons, and Idiots
  32. Livin’ the Dream
  33. We Feel God in This Chili’s Tonight
  34. On the Work Bus
  35. Diversity Allstars
  36. No More Conflicts
  37. Casino Madness
  38. Secret Keepers
  39. Performance Patrol
  40. Convention Coup
  41. Massive Mergers
  42. Philbin’s League
  43. Negotiation Coalition
  44. Beach Game Bingo
  45. Safety Training Circus
  46. Fun Run Rebels
  47. Business School Dropouts
  48. Job Fair Legion
  49. The Survey Squad
  50. New Boss Blues
  51. Casual Friday Gang
  52. Dream Team Society
  53. Surplus of Stress
  54. The Whistleblowers
  55. Office Gossip Guild
  56. Michael’s Dundies
  57. Acting Manager’s Club
  58. Threat Level Midnight
  59. Nepotism Nation
  60. After Hours Army
  61. The Special Projects
  62. Halpert’s Nice Guys
  63. The Flannery Force
  64. Hudson’s Heroes
  65. Oscar’s Order
  66. Phyllis’ Fellowship
  67. Scranton Society
  68. Poor Performance Inc.
  69. The Faulty Printers

How to Create “The Office”-Inspired Team Names

If you’re an avid watcher of “The Office,” it should be easy to think of quotes and other favorite things about the series to inspire a list full of fun team names. Keep the following tips in mind to create your own “The Office” team name:

  • Look up episode titles for inspiration. Each episode of “The Office” has a creative title. Browse through the list and find one that would be perfect for your team. You can use part of the title or use it for inspiration and create your own word or phrase that relates to a title.
  • Think of your favorite scenes and quotes. “The Office” is full of memorable lines and scenes. Make a list of those that make you laugh no matter how many times you watch them and use them as inspiration for your team names, as we did with options like “How the Turn Tables” and “We Feel God in This Chili’s Tonight.”
  • Turn your favorite character’s name into an acronym. Take your character’s first name or nickname, and assign a descriptive word to each letter. For example, P.A.M. could be Pam’s Assistant Managers. This is just a simple example — you and your team can be as creative and unique as you wish!
  • Name your team after your favorite character. If your team doesn’t share the same favorite character, take a vote to find the most popular. You can then add a descriptive word to go along with the character’s name (such as Angela’s Accountants). You can also take suggestions from team members for the accompanying word.