10 Fun and Easy Super Bowl Party Ideas

10 Fun and Easy Super Bowl Party IdeasWill you be hosting a Super Bowl party this year?  I love having people over for the party, but I don’t want to a) spend a lot of money on decorations, or b) spend hours on the decorations and food! Here is a roundup of fun food and decoration ideas from around the web that helped us create 10 Fun and Easy Super Bowl Party Ideas.

Let’s start with some simple decorations.

Source: The Flair Exchange blog
Source: The Flair Exchange blog

1. You can get fake grass or turf at Home Depot, Lowes and maybe even at your favorite craft store.  It’s not super expensive and shouldn’t take more than 20 minutes to make this fun tablecloth. You can find out how to make it on The Flair Exchange blog.

DIY Goal Post Tutorial
Source: She’s Kinda Crafty

2. DIY Goal Post

This one might actually take a little more time to create, but if you’re already at the hardware store be sure to pick up some PVC pipe for the DIY goal post. Directions on how to make this can be found at She’s Kinda Crafty.

Source: Evermine Blog

3. Touchdown Taco Dip

One of my favorite recipes is the 7 layer dip or touchdown taco dip.  There are several variations of this dip online and I’m sure you have your personal favorite.  The thing that I hate is that your guests end up hovering over the food and not watching the game.  Last year we prepared our dip in individual cups so guests could sit down and enjoy the game with their food in their hands.  Warning: Make small cups, this is filling!  Looking for a recipe? Here’s a good one on the Evermine blog.

Source: Life in the Lofthouse
Source: Life in the Lofthouse

4.Taco Cupcakes

Another fun individual serving idea is to make tacos in little muffin tins.  You can use wonton wrappers or even flour tortillas and fill them with your favorite taco fixings.  For directions, check out Life in the LoftHouse.


Source: Tide and Thyme
Source: Tide and Thyme

5. Bacon!

Since we’re talking about finger foods, I found this fun recipe for Beer Candied Bacon that sounds intriguing! I may just have to try these for our own Super Bowl party and report back to you. You can find the full recipe at Tide and Thyme.

Source: Pizzazzarie via ForRent.com
Source: Pizzazzerie via ForRent.com

6. Gridiron Punch

All this food is making me kind of thirsty! This recipe from Pizzazzerie sounds incredible, just keep the kids away from this one.  Beer, pineapple juice and sprite mixed together and served in mason jars.

Source: Style Me Pretty
Source: Style Me Pretty

7. Super Bowl Bingo

For some of us, the Super Bowl commercials can be more fun than watching the game.  Style Me Pretty has a printable Super Bowl Commercial BINGO that you and your guests can play during the game.  I can’t wait to see this year’s Budweiser commercial, they are always my favorite.

Source: Hostess With the Mostess
Source: Hostess With the Mostess

8. Football Photobooth

For a little half-time fun, how about creating a fun photo booth with football-themed props. Hostess With the Mostess has a tutorial on how to make this fun backdrop and super easy props.  I know I said I didn’t want a lot of prep on decorations, but I promise you that this one is easy!

Source: Queen Bee Coupons
Source: Queen Bee Coupons

9. Chips and Guacamole

You could always add a little team spirit to your Super Bowl party. I love how Queen Bee Coupons added blue corn chips with guacamole for a fun “SeaHawks” inspired treat. You can’t go wrong with a big bowl of guac!

Source: Amazon
Source: Amazon

10. Color Coordinate with your Team Colors

…and finally for our last of the 10 Fun and Easy Super Bowl Party ideas, you could have a lot of fun with red, white, and blue treats like this candy arrangement I found on Amazon. You could easily replicate this by gathering your favorite treats from the candy store, too.

Tell us, who are you cheering for this year in the Super Bowl? Will you be hosting a Super Bowl party? Will it be adults only or families and kids?  

Calley is an energetic mom of two (ages 4 and 10) and wife to a sports fan.  When she isn't playing with her kids or watching sports with her husband she enjoys blogging, crafts, and going to the beach.  She currently works full-time in social media for a cloth diaper company and has a passion for green living and the environment.  Calley and her family have lived in the Bay area for 8 years and survives on coffee and kickboxing.  You can find Calley on her blog The Eco Chic and follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.


  1. I love the Commercial Bingo idea!! Will definitely be printing that out even if it’s just my husband and I! Thanks for rounding up these great Super Bowl party ideas.

    Much love.

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