43 Best Winter-Themed Team Names

A forest in winter

Winter is a season of cold weather and cozy layers of clothing.[1]

How and when you experience winter will depend on where you live. In the Northern Hemisphere, it begins in December, but in the Southern Hemisphere, it begins in June.[2]

Whichever hemisphere you live in, you can’t avoid winter weather completely. Even the driest place on Earth — Chile’s Atacama Desert — receives snow sometimes![3]

If you love winter or are participating in an event during winter, you might consider a winter-themed name for your team.

We feature a wide range of choices, or you can check out our tips below to create your own.

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    The Freezz[4]

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    Arctic Nation

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    The Fast and the Flurries[5]

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    The Yetis[4]

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    We're Up to Snow Good[5]

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    License to Chill[5]

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    Snow Angels[5]

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    Blizzard[4]

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    Below Zero[5]

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    Goose Bumps[5]

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    Frosty Flakes[5]

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    Slush Society

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    It's Freezin' Season[5]

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    Below Freezing

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    Winter Warlocks

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    Yellow Snow Squad

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    Abominable Snow Monsters

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    Freeze Frame

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    Jack Frost's Friends

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    Frosty Paws

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    Plow Posse

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    Frostbite Brigade

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    Shiver & Quiver

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    The Icebergs

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    Polar Bears & Puffins

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    The Ice Breakers[5]

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    Freeze Warning

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    The Negative Temps

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    Flurries Factor

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    The Big Freeze[5]

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    The Ice Rink Rebels

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    December Derelicts

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    We're Melting!

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    Ice Crystal Crew

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    The Lake Effects

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    The Ice Sculptures

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    Thundersnow United

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    Fierce Flannel Force

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    Boot Socks Bunch

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    Icicles Inc.

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    Feeling the Chill[4]

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    The Glacial Group

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    Freezing Rain Renegades

How to Create a Cool Winter-Themed Team Name

Create a great winter-themed team name using the following tips:

  • Choose a single word that represents winter to you and your team. Some people love the winter season and some don’t. To name your team, find a word that sums up winter. Your word may be positive or not, depending on the way you and your team feel about the coldest season.
  • Look up weather-related terms for winter. Technical terms can make interesting team names. You might make a list of several options and have your team vote on a favorite.
  • Think about winter sports and activities. Winter sports and activities sometimes have winter-related terms. See how many you can come up with that might make a great team name. Be creative!
  • Use winter-themed books and movies as inspiration. If you have a favorite book or movie that takes place in winter, use the characters, quotes, places, and events to inspire your own unique winter-themed team name. You can change up the original terms to make them your own, or use the original words and add an additional descriptive word or two of your own.