Whether you are interested in football or not, everyone loves a Game Day party!
The Big Game is fast approaching. Whether you’re excited about the food, the halftime shows, the commercials, or the matchup itself, there are a lot of terrific party ideas to help you plan your Game Dayl Sunday Party.
Last Minute DIY Game Day Party Ideas
Big game day is a great opportunity to be with your loved ones and enjoy the entire game with everyone. We put together some great options for your including great food!
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Transform Your Home
Transform your home into your own stadium. Don’t be shy to go all out when it comes to decorations!
There are many creative ways to bring the Game Day into your living room, and it doesn’t have to be expensive!
If you have a lot of people that come, they may have kids that need entertaining, too. These pom poms make for great crafts to keep the little ones busy.
These football field table cloths are big enough for your buffet table that will no doubt be filled with plenty of food and delicious desserts such as buffalo wings, potato chips, cake pops, maybe even snack stadiums fun food is always a big hit.
Show your team spirit and have a great time at your football party with these themed decorations for any football game or even for your super bowl decorations —they’re guaranteed crowd pleasers.
Design Your Cups
Mimic a referee’s uniform and customize your party even to the smallest details.
Just print out the ref’s uniform on cardstock, cut them, then stick ‘em to water bottles or you can also purchase ready made ones. Distribute them to your family members before the Big Game starts!
These paper football cups are great for any football party not, just to hold your drink but also for well-know super bowl food like those puffy cheese balls.
Prepare The Seats
Chances are, since you’ll be throwing this amazing party you’ll have many guests! Be prepared, don’t run out of comfortable places for your guests to enjoy the game!
Prepare a couple of soft, plastic inflatable chairs or bean bags. Set them up in your living room for everyone to sit on. Once the game is over, these seats can be used for a post-party nap too!
This chair is a great way to watch the game on the big screens and eat your favorite football food. Make sure to have your game face on.
This is a good idea to keep you comfortable for the entire event if you’re going to be in the grass. You can get a lot of good use out of it for many future events.
This chair is a for game watching. The best part is it comes in many colors.
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Set Your Playlist
A party is not a party without the music. Nothing gets a party going like an awesome party playlist!
Make a fun playlist for before and after the game. Be a good DJ and pump everyone up!
Bring Out The Favorite Football Foods
Game Day food is all about comfort food! We’re talking about pizza, wings, nachos, and chips!
But, that doesn’t mean that the food you’ll be serving should be boring! Game Day Sunday or any Sunday with football my family and friends always ask me to make them my Slow Cooker Game Day Queso!
This indulgent snack is the best for super bowl Sunday. It will be a highlight of the night.
Find an exciting new twist on your classic recipes! Prepare potato gratin stacks, pigskin potato skins, nachos and chili, and more!
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All these fantastic recipes are a guaranteed good time.
Give Out Some Party Favors
Whether your favorite team wins or loses, you should not let your guests go home empty-handed.
Make sure that everyone enjoys and remembers your Game Day Party. Paint a mason jar like it’s a football and fill it up with treats like candies and stickers. You can also use them as glasses during the party and let your guests take them home as gifts.
These bracelets are perfect for showing your spirit on the big day.
These are perfect for super bowl parties and sports-themed gift bags. The best thing is you can get everyone one with their team logo on it.
These are great for any sporting events or to keep you busy during the halftime show. The football shape one is my favorite.
Play A Game While Watching The Game
If you are not a fan of the game, you can still put some heart in your party! While waiting for the halftime break, why don’t you play a fun game of bingo?
Make your own Game Day Bingo. Each box should represent something that might happen in the game: A Field Goal, a Car Commercial, a One-Handed Catch or a Pass Interference. Mark these boxes with pennies, candies or goldfish crackers.
Preparing a DIY party to celebrate the Game Day should not be difficult, or expensive. You can even ask guests to contribute snacks, drinks, party favors, decorations. You can make it a joint effort so everyone can enjoy. Who knows it may end up being a yearly thing – with you being the hostess with the mostess! These party ideas can set you up for an easy touchdown with your guests!
Do you have any game day party ideas or recipes you’d like to share? We’d love to hear them, leave them in the comments below.