Has all of the excitement and fun left you exhausted? Keep cleaning up simple by using plastic utensils and plates.
Is the TV Working?
The most important prep tip that many hosts forget: Check that your TV is working correctly! No TV leads to unhappy fans.
Encourage a Potluck
Spice things up by hosting a potluck. This fun spin will keep all players involved in the party!
Children's Play Area
The easiest way to keep the kids from blocking the TV is to create a play area in the next room. You'll still be able to see and hear them without having to worry about the kids ruining the game. Don't forget: It's the more the merrier when it comes to keep children occupied!
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Game day is almost here, and you've volunteered to host a party! There are probably a million things running through your mind, between preparing the food and organizing the perfect viewing area, but hosting a game day party doesn't have to be stressful. It's important to plan ahead! Leaving things until Sunday morning will guarantee disaster.
We recommend that you start planning at least five days ahead of time. That will give you enough time to invite everyone, grocery shop, cook and clean. Be sure to invite an equal number of fans from both opposing teams. That way, no one will feel left out.
Next step: Figure out what you want to cook and how much food you'll need. Have a detailed list ready before you leave for the grocery store.