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Football Party Tips

Fun football party ideas that will score at your Most Valuable Party!

Contain Your Excitement!

Cheesy Football

Fun football ideas that will score at your Most Valuable Party!

  • Turn over a football helmet and line with foil and napkins. Place smaller bowl of dip inside. Use napkins to make a padded base on the table to keep helmet in place.

Show Your Colors


Set the table with team spirit for the big game.

  • Make these fun JELL-O Sports Team JIGGLERS in your team’s colors.
  • Use team colors for napkins, plastic utensils and plates.
  • Wrap place settings with "coach's" whistles or small team pennants.

Make-Ahead Spread

Football Party Buffet

Hot spreads and dips can be assembled, covered and refrigerated up to 2 days in advance.

  • Bake them just before guests arrive so they're hot out of the oven at party time.
  • Note that you may need to increase the baking time by 5 to 10 min. to ensure that the spread is heated through.

Feeding a Crowd

I'm-a-Hero Sub Sandwich

Expecting a crowd? For an easy entree, build an oversize sub or two.

  • Start by cutting a large loaf of Italian bread in half lengthwise, then spread the cut sides with KRAFT Mayo Real Mayonnaise.
  • Layer the bottom half of the bread with your favorite OSCAR MAYER Sliced Meats, KRAFT Cheese Slices and other sandwich toppings; cover with top half of bread.
  • Cut the sandwich into slices before the crowd descends and you can sail smoothly through the party.

Get Down to Buffet Business

Saucy Slow-Cooker Party Wings

Let people serve themselves during breaks and halftime with a buffet table.

  • Keep party food warm by placing hot dishes (covered) in a low 200°F oven. Replenish the buffet table as needed.
  • Make simple paper pennants to direct fans to the food. “Pre-Game” or “First Down” could be appetizers, “Half Time” could be entrees and “Third Quarter” is a great time for sweets.