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Tips for Hosting a Super Bowl Party

Well we could make this article rather short and just say: To have a successful Super Bowl Party you need wings, beer, dips and more wings. But I guess we can go into a little more detail.

Your Super Bowl Party will revolve around two things: Food and Games! We suggest inviting the guests over a couple of hours before the actual game begins. This gives time for the guests to eat and socialize, and also gives you time to set up some games.


The are a ton of games to play at your party. We have a complete list of Super Bowl Party Games, with the most popular being the Super Bowl Squares! You will also want to check in advance whether your guests prefer to watch the game or if they would rather just play some board games. If the guests arrive early enough, a good game of poker or even a paper football tournament are some good ways to entertain!


When talking food for the Super Bowl, think Chips, Dips, Chicken Wings, Pizza, Jalapeno Poppers, Tortilla Pinwheels, Cocktail Weenies ect.. Your Super Bowl Party is not the time to be having a Spaghetti dinner. We have compiled a list of Recipes for your Super Bowl Party. With the festivities lasting at least 5 hours, it is wise to have the dips in a crock pot set on low, so that they stay warm throughout the entire night. We definitely recommend asking each guest to bring their favorite finger food, this will take a large burden off of your shoulders.


Be sure to have a variety of drinks, including beer, wine, and mixed drinks, along with punch, soda, and water for the non drinkers. Make sure everything has time to chill before the guests arrive and also consider adding a cooler of drinks in the room where the game is being watched.

And last but not least, be sure to have enough seating for all guests, positioned nicely around and a decent size T.V., a 19" screen won't cut it anymore.