Delectable Food Ideas for a Football Party

PartyJoys Staff Oct 16, 2018
As the long-awaited football season arrives, there begins party planning among friends and family members. Football parties are fun and many people organize them at home to enjoy the game with loved ones.
To make the best of spending time together with our friends, huddling around the television and shouting for our favorite teams, you can organize a football party.
To bring that exciting party mood, decorate the hall with pictures of famous footballers playing in that particular season. Ensure to include players of your friends' choice too. Coming to the food, it should be simple and easy-to-eat, watching matches. Always keep delectable snacks, appetizers, and drinks handy.

Football Party Menu

Plan the football party recipes beforehand. Jot down vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes that require less time for preparation. According to the finalized menu, purchase the beverages, groceries, meat cuts, and other food supplies. Keep them in stock at least 2-3 days prior to the special day. Here are a few items you can consider for a football party.

Mixed Vegetables

Healthy and nutritious to eat, a tray filled with sliced carrot, cucumber, cabbage, broccoli, radishes, and celery, make your health conscious friends happy.
Your guests can pick up slices of vegetables as per their choice. You can also add whole green chilies to spice them up. You can also place a bowl of ranch dressing in the center of the tray to complement the vegetables.

Finger foods

Finger foods and bite-sized foods make superb snacks. Chips and chicken fingers with a suitable sauces. A bowl of tomato ketchup and less spicy dips for the kids.

Chicken Wings

For any party, grilled or fried chicken wings are always in the menu. Coat with bread crumbs and bake in the oven instead deep frying. Best served with spicy dip or barbecue sauce.

Meatballs

Meatballs are a football party staple for kids and adults. Purchase meatballs from food supplies and prepare only the serving sauce. You get more time to relax and enjoy the game. Make barbecue sauce to serve meatballs.

Baked Potatoes

Baked potatoes stuffed with tasty toppings are also football party recipe. Bake potatoes in the oven. Bake beans along with chili powder, back pepper, and salt for toppings. Cut open cooked potatoes and stuff this topping.

Nachos

Nachos are very simple to cook and can be made in a jiffy. Take corn chips on a microwave friendly plate and sprinkle some grated cheese. Microwave it till the cheese melts. Serve with sour cream, salsa, and guacamole.
These were a few recipes you can make and have a blast munching food, while watching a football match.