|A theme party featuring Football party supplies
including printable games, balloons, invitations, favors, plates,
decorations, centerpieces, tablecloths, pinatas, and more for Football
parties. This is the perfect time for a football theme party. Get your
NFL posters ready and begin the decoration. Get those football plates,
napkins, and table cloths out and have the party of the year.
Lots of fun activities
can be planned for a football party. As kids arrive, use black face
paint to paint under each person's eyes. Purchase inexpensive
tee-shirts and let each child use fabric paint to put a number and his
last name on the back of the shirt. If the shirts are painted at the
start of the party, they can be put on toward the end of the party for
a "team" picture.
For an indoor football party, party supplies should include Mylar
footballs, brown and white balloons and streamers. Cover the tables
with brown tablecloths and use white for plates, cups, napkins and
plasticware. For an outdoor party, use white spray paint and paint
lines on the grass to represent a football field. Tie brown and white
helium balloons to the fence, trees, etc.
Take the football party outside for games. Have a contest to see who
can toss a football the greatest distance. After the first round, add
some fun to the contest. Blindfold each kid and see who's able to toss
the football the furthest. Hang three hula-hoops from tree branches or
some other high area. Divide the kids into two teams and see which team
can toss the most footballs through the hoops.
While the children are gathered for refreshments, have some printable
games centered on football ready. Trivia games, matching games and word
searches are great choices. For younger kids, provide a coloring page
of a football player. After the refreshments, head back outside with
everyone wearing their "team" shirt. Play a game of flag football.
Afterwards take the team picture and individual shots which can be
included with thank you notes.