There’s no denying it, us Americans love football. We just do. The bitter rivalries, the Cinderella stories, the unbelievably comebacks, the ‘how did he catch that’ grabs, those thunderous hits and bizarre touchdown celebrations—we simply can’t get enough of the violent elegance that is, Football Sunday.
Choosing to host Football Sunday, however, can be a daunting task and can leave you pondering:
- Who to invite?
- What to cook?
- Which game to watch?
- When to start drinking?
- How to make enough room for your all guests?
Luckily for you, we’re here to help guide you on your quest to creating the perfect Football Sunday for friends and family.
Make sure you got the Right NFL Package
So, you made the decision to invite your father’s stampede of Buffalo Bills friends. No big deal, right? Sure, may be they’re a little loud and obnoxious, but it’s Football Sunday. The Football Gods wouldn’t want it any other way. The only problem is your wife also invited her friends, and they just happen to be diehard Seattle Seahawk fans from the Pacific Northwest. These types
of things DO happen. Fortunately, you can go to this site for Bundles in New Mexico, which offers fantastic deals, like the NFL Sunday Ticket where you can watch any game in the country with one click of a button.
What’s in the Oven?
Finding which game to watch to appease everyone is no easy task; however, deciding which food to provide your guests is no less challenging. It’s important to remember that you want to spend as little time in the kitchen as possible so that you can spend more time with friends and family. Instead of going for the Hail Mary with a five-start football extravaganza, just settle with the field goal and provide awesome and easy-to-make finger food snacks.
Here are 5 easy Football Sunday ideas:
· Spinach and Caramelized Onion Dip
· Spiced Tortilla Crisps With Hummus
· Shredded Pork Tacos
· Meaty Soft Tacos
· Speedy Turkey Sloppy Joes
From the Parking Lot to the Backyard
Who says tailgating was only meant for the pavement outside the stadium? Before Football Sunday kicks off, one easy and fun way to immerse your guests into the football spirit is to reinvent your own tailgating experience. A successful tailgate is about as easy as it gets. Feel free to invite the neighbors to add their own flair to your pigskin celebration. Bust out the music speakers, pump some air into the football for a quick game of two-hand-touch and start your party before it even begins. With a little creativity and a lot of enthusiasm, you’re well on your way to creating the perfect Football Sunday your guests will never forget.