Plan the Perfect Super Bowl Party

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Super Bowl

The big game is right around the corner. Super Bowl mania is here! Now that we know the final two teams that will play for the championship, it’s time to plan the perfect Super Bowl party. I mean, you can’t possibly watch one of the biggest sporting events of the year without friends, food and fun.

You don’t have to be a football fanatic to get excited about the Super Bowl. Of course there are the die-hard football fans who go all out for the big game and have waited all year for this one night. Now if your team makes it to the Super Bowl, that’s a whole other story. You’re probably thinking about a lot more than the menu and new television commercials. Well, I take that back. You’re probably thinking about all of the above because all these together equal a pretty fantastic, successful Super Bowl party.

When planning a party to get together and celebrate the big game, be sure to think carefully about who is on your invite list. Sure, you could invite tons and tons of people, but if you do that, will you really be able to watch the game with as much attention as you hope? Probably not because there will be a lot of distractions your way. So if you’re really into catching every play and if it’s your team that’s made it this far, you may benefit by keeping it a low-key party with a small guest list.

Food! Food is a huge element of a successful Super Bowl party. Most people come hungry and if they don’t arrive hungry, their hunger will increase as the game is played. Chips and dip are always a winner for any party, along with wings and other finger foods. These could include sliders, small quesadillas, a veggie tray and chicken nuggets.

With the Super Bowl only weeks away now, it’s time to get started party planning if you haven’t done so already. Call or text your friends and make it a party to remember. And may the best team win!

Plan the Perfect Super Bowl Party was last modified: January 23rd, 2017 by Chris Leith Dodge