Pittsburgh Steelers Theme Party Supplies

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Pittsburgh Steelers Party Ideas

If you have a large cement driveway or patio space that you will be using for your Pittsburgh Steelers party, consider taking sidewalk chalk and drawing the yard lines of a standard football field. Of course, you won’t get all of the yard markers in the space, however at least getting in the 50 yard line or even the end zone can be fun!

Pittsburgh Steelers posters make for great party decorations AND party game prizes! They work great for decorations because they can fill a large space with a great image. They can also be turned into prizes for different games that you have planned throughout the party. Simply allow the winner of each successive game to choose which of the posters they’d like to take home at the conclusion to the party. Be sure to put a post-it or sticky-note on each poster as it is chosen so that the new game winners will know which ones are still available. See below for a resource for getting your hands on some Pittsburgh Steelers posters.

For fun food and snack bowls, visit your local party supply store (or see one of our resources below) and pick up some plastic construction hats. Once spray painted black (with a little yellow electrical tape down the front) and you’ll have Steeler Hats! These are great for snacks - placing black napkins in the bowls first to protect against the painted surface.

Play a few rounds of football themed Bingo. This is a great activity to play while watching the game during commercial time or every time someone scores during the game. You can either create your own boards or download some HERE.

If you’ll be watching the game, ask trivia questions during the commercials about the Pittsburgh Steelers or the city of Pittsburgh in general. The first one to answer the question gets a raffle ticket. After the game is over, hold a raffle for a prize (or prizes) using the raffle tickets everyone earned during the game.

Here’s a fun game for those more adventurous guests. Ahead of time boil lots of boiled eggs (two for each guest) and provide one NON-hardboiled egg for each guest. Pair up your guests and explain that they will each get three eggs cracked on their heads…TWO of them with a football helmet. They get to choose which egg will be cracked over their head (by the other partner in the pair) without the helmet. The trick, of course, being to make sure that you are wearing the football helmet with the egg gets cracked (which will end up getting their partner messy instead of them!)

When purchasing team print napkins and plates, pick up an extra package of each and use them for decoration! They can be some of the least expensive and festive decorations you can use for your party. Napkins that are unfolded can be hung up, place inside clear bowls for centerpieces and taped up just about anywhere. The plates can be hung from the ceiling and the walls. It’s a simple idea, but a great way to add volume to your decorating without breaking the budget (see below for team print napkins and plate options.)

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