It doesn’t matter if you’re hosting a crowd of hardcore football fans or some friends who are only paying attention during the commercials — a good party game will get everyone involved and having fun. So whether they came for the championship, Super Bowl snacks, or just to see Dr. Dre and Snoop Dog at the halftime show — you’re bound to impress your friends and family with these interactive Super Bowl party games:
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2. Paper Football LEGO Game
Don’t leave Super Bowl Sunday to the pros. Bring everyone together to design goal posts made from LEGOs. It’s simple, fun, and a screen-free activity your kids will love long after the big game is over. Get the tutorial here.
3. Goldfish Toss
This food fight will challenge your throw and depth perception. You can spend hours seeing how far you can toss the snack that smiles back. Get the tutorial here.
4. Coloring Pages
Entertaining the kids has never been easier. You can print helmets for both teams, as well as some general Super Bowl-themed pages. We wouldn’t be surprised if some of the adults joined in too. Get free, printable coloring pages here.
5. Bean Bag Football Toss
This football toss made with fleece and felt is a great way to keep the little ones entertained. Bonus: It’s reusable, so you can break it out every year. Get the tutorial here.
6. Commercial Bingo
If your favorite part of the Super Bowl is the commercials, try your luck with “Big Game Bingo.” Write in the large companies that you think are going to pay big bucks for an ad, and then see if you can get 5 in a row! This game is a great way to get the party guests who aren’t exactly sporty involved. Get the tutorial here.
7. DIY Shuffleboad
With a house full of people, you’ll easy games to keep everyone entertained. Not only is this shuffleboard easy to make, but using M&M’s as shuffleboard pieces adds a sweet twist on the game. Get the tutorial here.
8. Flag Football
Why not warm up for the big game with a game of your own? If you’re a sporty bunch (and the weather permits) take everyone outside for a little bit of flag or touch football. If anything, you’ll appreciate watching the pros a little bit more afterwards.
9. Field Goal Ring Toss
With some extra copper pipes and a glue gun, you can create a mini field goal to play ring toss. Try to throw your washers onto each post of the the field goal — it’s harder than it looks! Get the tutorial here.
10. Mini-Football Toss
Your kids might not be playing in the NFL yet, but they can start practicing with a mini-football toss. Get the tutorial here.