- February 3, 2021

The Best Way to Enjoy Football Sunday With The Fam


Sports have certainly not been the same in the last nine months. But no matter what sport you follow, this Sunday’s game is probably on your calendar. It’s a battle of the best QBs in the biz with the Kansas City Chiefs taking on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Not into the game? Maybe you watch for the commercials. Or perhaps you’ll be watching for my favorite part – the halftime show! This year’s headliner is Canadian artist The Weeknd.

Whether you’re watching with friends or keeping it super socially distant with your family, here are my top five ways to keep the fam entertained during the game. 

Play Football Bingo

Print out these Football Bingo cards, buy some M&Ms, and play along during the game. Winner gets a creative football themed prize!

You can also download some bingo cards here.

Head Outside

Host our own games with this idea from the 5 to 15 blog. Build an outdoor obstacle course to complete. Use what you have at home and time the kids to see who can complete it the fastest. 

Photo from 5 to 15 Blog

Serve Up Tiny Pies

Order these Adorable Football Hand Pies from Tiny Pies. They come in a pack of 12 savory flavors including: buffalo chicken, jalapeno popper, and chili, as well as two with sweet fillings: apple and cherry. Orders can be placed online with pickups on Saturday and Sunday. 

Make Your Own Snack

Queso Taco Chex Mix is a great family friendly recipe that everyone will love. All you need are a few ingredients and it makes a large batch that will last you the entire game! 

Pick Up A Taco And Margarita Kit

Tacos are always a good idea! ATX Cocina makes things easy with this $60 build your own tacos with all the fixings. Plus, it comes with 4 to 6 servings of margaritas. A delicious game meal is guaranteed!

Photo from ATX Cocina/Facebook

For more family fun tips and ideas make sure and check out The Love, Jules blog and on instagram @thelovejules.

Featured photo via Tiny Pies.

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