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Hi. This is an "off-shoot" of the Throw a Football Party web site. While the main site is all about what we call football, and our American cousins refer to as "soccer", more and more sports fans outside the US are getting turned on to American Football, especially the great spectacle that is the Super Bowl.
So we thought we'd add a mini-site with a focus on the Super Bowl as a one-off annual event. Like the main site, the objective isn't to bore our visitors senseless with a never-ending stream of trivia - there are plenty of other people out there who already do that. What we're all about is the fact that football (American Football or soccer - it makes no difference) is actually a social activity - it's about having fun with your mates. Whether you're playing on a Sunday morning or watching down the pub on a Wednesday evening, it's a lot more fun with friends.

So yes, we do have opportunities for debate and trivia-swapping via the blog. And there are links (on the main "soccer" site) to some of the official Soccer tournament sites.

But most of the site is dedicated to partying! Whether you're looking for menu ideas for a themed Super Bowl dinner party, or a Vikings shirt to wear, showing your loyalty to Minnesota's finest while you watch the big game in some pub in Warrington... Hopefully, it's all here, but if you can't find it, let us know. This site is very much "by the fans, for the fans". So, the more fans get involved with ideas, suggestions, recommendations and debate, the better it will be for everyone. So if you know a good pub where the Super Bowl is always shown, or somewhere where you can buy cheap shirts, let us know. If you have comments about our menu suggestions please get in touch. Because - like football itself - this site is a lot more fun the more people get involved. So get in touch, have a read of the blog and, most importantly, enjoy the Superbowl!

What's Hot? Latest News

Superbowl 50 was won on February 7th 2016 at the Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California by the the Denver Broncos, who beat the Carolina Panthers 24 - 10.

Superbowl LI (51) will be contested on February 5th 2017 at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.

The bookies currently have the New England Patriots as favourites for this year's Superbowl, followed by the Pittsburgh Steelers, then the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks.

Ideas for a Super Bowl Themed Party

Apart from decking the whole place out in stars and stripes, there are always plenty of ideas for Super Bowl parties.

Last year's pairing of the Seahawks vs the Patriots didn't perhaps lend itself to as many fancy dress options as, say, the Redskins vs the Vikings, but hey, you get the idea, so let your imagination run wild. Whatever teams are playing, decorate your room with balloons, streamers, etc. in the colours of the team you are cheering on - or do half the room in one team's colours, and the other half in the colours of the opposition! Our Generic Party Decorations page has loads of decorations, disposable plates and cutlery, etc in a wide variety of different colours.

Food for a Super Bowl Themed Party

Superbowl 50 was contested by the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos. Here are a couple of recipe suggestions:

Here are a few more American recipes for your consideration:

Super Bowl XLIV featured the New Orleans Saints, so we added some good ol' Louisiana recipes, with a bit of cajun spice!

As the Steelers were playing in Super Bowl XLV, we added a couple of Pittsburgh recipe ideas here:

When the Patriots met the Giants in Superbowl XLVI, we went for some New England and New York recipes:

Superbowl XLVII was contested by San Francisco and Baltimore, so we found a few appropriate recipes:

Superbowl XLVIII was contested by the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks. So our menu for the evening included the following:

Superbowl XLIX (49) was contested by the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots. Here are a few recipe suggestions:

Drink for a Super Bowl Themed Party

US wines, beers and bourbons are widely available throughout the world, so it shouldn't be a problem to get hold of some...
If you want some suggestions, why not try one of these:

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