Football Square How To Play Instructions

Published: 27th October 2010
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The Super bowl season is once again heating up and so with football fans around the country are on a heating pan. Chargers tickets are once again selling like hot cakes as fans make sure that they will have a seat when the opening starts. Preparations for the game are making football fans busy, setting up parties and tailgating.

Football squares is a game played by serious and casual football fans alike. The game is based on the luck of the score at the end of each quarter of a football game and very is popular at football playoff parties. It gives everyone a warm up to cheer during football game and gives interest to non-football fans and to watch football game after getting chargers ticket.

Football squares is fun to bet on, and definitely makes the Super Bowl much more fun aside from watching it live after buying chargers ticket and here's how to set-up football squares:

Get a poster board, pen, ruler and a deck of cards. Make a 10 by 10 grid on the paper, so you have a square block of 100 cells. Write the name of the home team across the top of your grid and the visiting team along the side of your grid.

Get people to pick a square and there are two options which you can have them pick. First, you can cut up the grid into 100 squares, label them, and pick them randomly out of a cup. Or another option you can leave the grid intact and let people pick the any square they want.

Now that the numbers are picked, it is time to sell the squares. Circulate your grid among your friends and ask them to purchase football squares. The amount per square can be any amount that you determine ahead of time.

The x, y pair means home or away and the last digit of the scores, example seven (7) the last digit of number 7, 17, 27, and so on. For instance, if you have square (0, 0) and the score at the end of any quarter in a football game is 10-0, 0-0, 0-10, etc. then you win. Remember that order is important; a 3-7 is not the same as 7-3 makes sure that everyone understands this.




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