Printable Super Bowl Squares Template
Get your Super Bowl party started right with our free Super Bowl Squares template, which you can download here and print at home.
The aim of Super Bowl Squares, also known as Football Squares, is to have the correct final digit of each team's score at the end of each quarter of the Big Game.
How do Super Bowl Squares work?
To explain Super Bowl Squares is simple – a sheet has 10 vertical columns and 10 horizontal rows. One Super Bowl team gets the columns, and the other gets the rows.
Rules and payouts for Super Bowl Squares can be different, but each of the 100 squares are usually assigned at random.
When every square has been taken, numbers (from 0 to 9) are selected at random and assigned to each row and column.
To win at Super Bowl Squares, you need to have the correct final digit of each team's score at the end of each quarter.
Naturally, 0s, 3s, 4s and 7s are the best numbers for Super Bowl Squares, as that is how NFL scores most commonly end.
In 2021, anyone with Bucs: 1 and Chiefs: 9 at the end of the game was the big winner, as Tampa Bay beat Kansas City 31-9 in Super Bowl LV.
How to Play Super Bowl Squares
This part is up to you. Using Dimers.com's printable Super Bowl Squares sheet, with $100 in the pot (at $1 per square, as each square should be priced equally), you can choose a breakdown for payouts using any percentage you want. Here's an easy way to do it:
- End of first quarter: $15 (15%)
- Halftime: $20 (20%)
- End of third quarter: $15 (15%)
- Final: $50 (50%)
So, if you have Tampa Bay: 4, Kansas City: 7 as one of your combinations, and the Bucs lead 14-7 at the end of the first quarter, you would win $15. If the final score is Bucs 24-17, you'd cash again and win another $50.
Another variation is to give the whole pot to the winner based on the final score.
Super Bowl Squares Game
Follow these four quick and easy steps to organize your own Super Bowl Squares pool for the office or your party:
- Download our free, printable Super Bowl Squares PDF sheet online.
- Give each square an equal price tag – let's say $1 per square as an example, giving you $100 in the pot.
- Before the Big Game starts, get your friends or colleagues to purchase individual squares – as many as they wish – and write their name in each one.
- After the 100 squares are filled in, randomly assign the numbers 0-9 to the columns and rows, giving two numbers to each individual square.
Now that you know how it works, the Super Bowl Squares game is a cheap, easy way to get involved and bet on the outcome of the Super Bowl.
How to Bet on Super Bowl
Want to raise the stakes even higher and bet on the Super Bowl this year?
Online sports betting is live and legal in many states across America, but – if you plan to throw some cash down on the Big Game – we recommend that you register with the legal sportsbooks in your state now. It only takes a minute, and you'll be set for the Super Bowl.
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