Superbowl party ideas can have various patterns and it all depends on your preferences. Some considerations may include the decoration, food, and most importantly, the games for the party.
The Super bowl is an annual event most American families look forward to each year. For many, house parties are quite common and will cater to not only the man of the house but also women and children alike. Super Bowl parties have become much more than a gathering of football lovers. In fact, many people attending these parties don’t love football as much as they love the excuse to get together with friends at the end of the very boring month of January.
The most important thing you can remember about having a Super Bowl party is that you need a television (tuned to the game) in every room or at least one that is easily accessible to your buffet area. The teams who will play in the Super Bowl have yet to be determined, so it would be safe to decorate with a generic football theme. Choose green and brown color scheme for the party decorations.
You can plan for some simple and portable foods. A buffet can be a great option for this kind of party. Nobody wants to be sitting down at a table to eat when they’d rather be screaming at a television set or two. Don’t prepare recipes that will keep you locked in the kitchen all night. You should enjoy the party too. As for the beverages, plan on plenty of them, and don’t forget the beer. With all of those beer commercials bombarding your guests, they’ll be working up a strong thirst for the suds.
Games are a must for this party. It just wouldn’t make sense if there is no game for a super bowl party. Football trivia is a fitting accompaniment to the Super Bowl, and multiple-choice questions about football rules and regulations can create a fun way to learn about the game. Prepare trivia question cards based on official rules and football history. Each question should have a few answer choices, so that everyone can feel comfortable answering, even if they’re guessing. Use a soft football to designate the person to whom the question is asked. The football can be tossed around while the game is being played, then a question can be asked during the commercial breaks. Whoever is holding the ball when the commercials come on must try to answer the question.
Unlike traditional sports bets, Super Bowl proposition bets have relatively even odds and focus on factors that may not affect the outcome of the game. This game of chance is great for teens that may not know every rule and may not have paid attention to team performance during the season. Prepare sheets of questions, such as “Which team will score first?” “Who will receive the first penalty?” or “What song will be performed first during the halftime show?” Keep the questions simple enough for everyone to answer, even without football knowledge. Keep track of the correct answers as the game progresses, and at the end of the game, tally up each teen’s sheet. The person with the most correct answers wins.