Easy Football Party Ideas for Your Next Tailgating Party
Tailgating parties can be the best part of the fall! Whether you’re a fan of your local college team or professional football is your fave, these easy football party ideas can be a great way to get family and friends together week after week. Look no further than these tailgating party ideas for inspiration.
If you’re short on time, but still want to throw a great football party, consider this tip from Mariah with Giggles Galore — have your party catered. Add in some disposable tableware and you’ll be able to enjoy yourself rather than spending all the time in the kitchen.
If you’re attending a football party instead of throwing one yourself, bring your hosts an adorable guest handout. These easy football party favors from Tauni from Tauni Everett combine clear favor tubes, candy or gumballs, white craft vinyl and a free printable tag to get everyone excited for the big game.
A football party can’t exist without an awesome football themed snack table. Michelle from Michelle’s Party Plan-It makes planning your football snack table a breeze. Easy snacks like bakery cupcakes, popcorn and pretzels mean that you’ll be able to actually watch the game with your guests. Go team!
If you’re looking for an easy football party dessert that can be eaten on the go, look no further. This Rice Krispie treats cake is shaped like a football jersey! It’s designed to pull apart easily, which means that your guests won’t have to sit down with a plate and fork like a traditional piece of cake. Making it is easy with instructions from Kim with The Celebration Shoppe. It’s well, a piece of cake!
If chocolate is your weakness, Randi from Dukes and Duchesses has another awesome football party snack idea that couldn’t be easier. Add store bought brownie bites into the shape of a football, add some pigskin laces with a little white frosting and you have an easy peasy dessert that your guests will love.
If you have a favorite professional football team, take this tailgating party inspiration from Tammy with Pink Peppermint Design. She took team specific tableware and combined them with polka dots to create an adorable, one of a kind football party.
Another option for throwing a football party is to provide a main dish and ask your guests to bring the sides. Lindi from Love the Day took this to the next level with her Nacho Bar football party. She provided chips and asked her guests to bring the toppings! It’s a great way to get a variety of football party foods and also to ensure that everyone has their own favorite.
Whether you’re celebrating the first game or the big game at the end of the season, these football party ideas will help you create an unforgettable tailgate party for your friends and family.