Hilarious Super Bowl Party Games for Groups
Looking for the best Super Bowl party games? I can guarantee these ones are Super Bowl games you’ve never played before! Play before the game, during halftime, or even for a lot of laughs and entertainment!
Hilarious Super Bowl Party Games
One of my favorite things to do is to have a couple of fun games to play during halftime or for the people who aren’t watching the game quite as closely as others.
This year we are going to try a few of the Super Bowl party games below instead!
How to Play These Super Bowl Party Games
All of these games are minute to win it games and depending on the number of people playing, there are three different ways you can play them. It’s up to you how you’d like to play them, just do what works best for you. You could also just pick one of these games and play it as a stand alone game!
Style #1: Man vs. Clock – In this version, one player will be trying to complete the game in under a minute. If they do, they win a prize. If not, let someone else have a shot. If you go with this style, I recommend choosing a different person for each game.
Style #2: Head to Head – In this style, you’ll pick two players for each game who will going head to head against each other playing a game rather than trying to beat the clock. The first person to finish wins the prize. Again, rotate through pairs for each game, repeating players as necessary.
Style #3: Team Competition – In this style, you’ll split your group into two (or 3 or 10 depending on the number of guests) teams. For each game, teams must choose one player to compete head to head in the game with the other teams. The first team to finish will receive 10 points, the second team will receive 5, etc.
Continue playing through all the games and the team with the most points at the end wins. This works best if you have quite a few people and is a good way to get everyone involved cheering for their team.
Super Bowl Game Instructions
1 – Face Goal
For this game, you’ll need two players and these mini stuffed footballs .
Have one player stand about 10 yards away from the other player and give them a bucket of small footballs. The second player will stand with their hands upright in field goal/touchdown position. To play, the first player must hike footballs (like hiking a football) underneath their legs into the the field goal of the other person, without hitting them in the face. T
he footballs only count if they go through the player’s arms, not above or around them. First team to hike 7 footballs through the field goal wins.
2 – Linemen
How to Play:
Players must stand at one end of the table and slide Oreo cookies on the tablecloth, trying to get them to land touching the line.
Players have to land one linemen (Oreo) on each of the lines the fastest (or within a minute) to win.
3 – Go Long
- little plastic football players with bases (or other football player figures)
- Index cards with 5 yards, 10 yards, and 20 yards written onto them
How to Play:
Before the game, tape index cards that say 5 yards, 10 yards, and 20 yards onto a table securely.
To play, players must stand on one side of the table and slide the football players across the table, trying to get them to land on the index cards. To win, they must get their players to land on a total of 100 yards (touchdown!). You can either allow them to go over 100 yards or if they go over, they must start over and try again.
First player to get to 100 yards wins.
4 – Kick Off
How to Play:
This is another two-player team game. Give one player on teach team a bag full of 10 stuffed mini footballs and the other player a plastic sand bucket or other bucket of some kind.
To play, one player must drop punt a football off of their foot to their teammate who must then catch it in the bucket.
First team to catch all (or set a number) of their footballs wins. If they drop any of the footballs, they must retrieve them and continue going until they’ve all been caught.
5 – Tale Gate
- Cow Tale candies (one per person)
How to Play:
Give each player a wrapped Cow Tale candy.
To play, players must race to be the first to eat an entire Cow Tales candy including unwrapping the candy and swallowing.
First player to completely eat the Cow Tales candy wins.
Super Bowl Party Game Prizes
I’ve put together a list of fun prize ideas that would be great for if you’re doing these as individuals trying to win. If you’re going with a group, try something smaller like a bag of candy or nerf footballs or something a little cheaper!
- 50 Super Bowls: The Greatest Moments in the Game
- A full-sized leather football
- Football keychain
- Gift card to a sports bar like Buffalo Wild Wings
- Football shaped party favor box filled with treats
- Football field cutting board and knife set
- #1 football gold medal
Printable Super Bowl Party Games
Want something a little less active? Try these printable Super Bowl party games instead!
Other Super Bowl Party Games
- Super Bowl commercial bingo
- Super Bowl party games
- Super Bowl guessing game
- Super Bowl printables
- Football party games
- Super Bowl bingo cards (just regular bingo, not commercial)
- Football scavenger hunt
- Football field toss
Don’t forget to pin these Super Bowl party games for later.