Chicago Cubs Theme Party Ideas
and Party Supplies

Planning a Chicago Cubs party and looking for resources? We have what you need and MORE!

Chicago Cubs Party Idea

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Hang Chicago Cubs posters on the walls to your party - but they ALSO make for great prizes for any games that you have planned. To keep the action going throughout the game, organize a raffle at different times of the game. The first winner gets first choice of poster on the wall to take home with him/her. Wait a little while longer and raffle off another poster. Keep doing this until all of the posters have been claimed! See below for poster resources.

Send your guests on a Baseball themed scavenger hunt! You can either create your own lists or download one CLICK HERE!

Play some games involving aiming a whiffle ball. Whiffles balls are fun because they are light and change direction very easily. Setting up a simple target to aim at in your backyard should do the trick, though if you have a larger space consider allowing the players to hit the ball with a plastic bat. If you are choosing the latter, make sure that the target is larger as it’s much more difficult to hit your target hitting the ball with the bat.

If you’ve recently been to a Chicago Cubs game (or are planning to go to one before you need to mail out your invitations), use one of the programs to photocopy the front page. On the backs of the copy, print out all of your party information!

Play some Baseball Bingo! You can either make your own cards or just download them CLICK HERE!

Play Chicago Cubs Penny Pitch. Set up a few Los Angeles Dodgers baseball caps (face up such that they could catch a penny if one was thrown its way) on the ground some distance away. Around the Chicago Cubs caps arrange OTHER teams’ caps in a similar fashion. Each player is to throw five pennies towards the arrangement of hats, hoping their pennies land inside the Chicago Cubs caps. They will receive 5 points for each penny that does. For every penny that lands in ANOTHER cap (some other team) TWO points are taken away from their score. Once each player has had a chance to throw their five, determine a winner by seeing who has the most points!

As the colors of the Chicago Cubs are red, blue and white, consider getting these colors of construction paper and creating a paper chain for decorating. This is an activity that the kids can even get in on (and take over if you’re lucky…) They are simple to create - you can get creative, too, on your color arrangement. For example you can alternate colors or have several links of one color before changing to a new color.

Sometimes you’ll want to blanket a large space of your party with their colors, but that can get pretty expensive. For an inexpensive alternative, pick up a few rolls of cheap wrapping paper in the Padres colors. These can be used to decorates doorways, walls and even used to cut out giant letters spelling the name of the team!