How to make a football snack stadium for your Super Bowl party

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The best part about watching the Super Bowl is eating all the snacks! (Please, don't fight me on this.) From chips and dip to sliders and wings, fans will nosh on it all. One of the most festive ways to present your dishes for the day, however, has to be in a football snack stadium.

A snack stadium looks like, well, a stadium with snacks lining the field. Over the years, the trend has picked up on Pinterest and gained so much popularity that party stores started taking the hard work out of building your own and selling paper stadiums for stashing the goods. Party City even includes extra containers for refilling your snack stadium.

Shop: Football Snack Stadium, $9.99

Popular snacks to include in your stadium include cuts of sub sandwiches, veggies and dip, pigs in a blanket, tortilla chips and guac, cheesy popcorn — you name it, you can stack it. You can even make a dessert-themed stadium! Or a chicken-wing stadium with different sauces on each end zone!

According to the National Chicken Council's annual wing report — and yes, it's a thing — Americans are predicted to eat a record-breaking 1.4 billion chicken wings during Super Bowl LIV weekend. That's 2 percent more wings than last year and enough wings that laid flat, end to end, could circle the earth three times (and that's a fun fact you can now slip into your back pocket!). So, be on trend and fill your stadium up with all kinds of wings.

But really, snack stadiums are an easy, yet impressive way to share snacks with friends — whether they're a Chiefs fan, 49ers fan or just a fan of snacks.

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