Having friends over to watch the Super Bowl? Play this Super Bowl trivia game to see who knows the history of the game and who holds game records! A fun way to get people talking and interacting before the game starts!
Super Bowl Trivia
Everyone loves a good trivia night right? Well this fun Super Bowl trivia game is just that – but for the Super Bowl!
It’s a fun way to test the smarts of your guests on Super Bowl history, Super Bowl records, and Super Bowl fun facts!
Perfect for conversation starters before the game, a challenge at halftime, or just to have around for anyone who might get bored during the game. Or for asking while you’re enjoying a bowl of this white chicken chili or a little spinach artichoke dip.
Unlike this Super Bowl commercial bingo game or this Super Bowl guessing game that are all about luck, this trivia game does take a bit of knowledge. It is trivia after all.
I tried to make sure that some of the questions were easy enough that anyone could answer – you have to make people feel good about themselves right?
How to Play this Super Bowl Trivia Game
There are two different versions of the trivia game.
One that is a full page (or two to a page) of questions that you can hand out and have people answer. The other is a set of cards that you can cut out and just have sitting around in the room for people to ask each other.
The same questions are on each game, the format is just a little different.
Full Sheet Trivia Game
If you’re playing the actual game – print out one copy of the game for everyone who you think might want to play. And gather pens for everyone!
Give everyone a game and a pen then tell everyone to answer as many questions as they can – no phones or friends allowed.
Set a timer (like 5-10 minutes) and when everyone is done, go over the answers with everyone. The answers are in the PDF you can download below.
Whoever gets the most answers correct wins. If you have a tie, ask them one of the two questions below and whoever gets closest wins.
- How many tons of chips are eaten on Super Bowl Sunday? (14,500)
- How many footballs does Wilson Sporting Goods give to the NFL at the beginning of the season? (24,960)
- How much did it cost for a commercial spot in the very first Super Bowl? ($37,500)
Super Bowl Trivia Questions
You can use these in a couple of different ways. You could either just print them out and have them on the table or around the party for people to pick up and ask each other.
Or you could use them as a game as well. Here are a few different ways you could use these trivia cards.
1 – Split people into teams and read one question at a time and have teams answer the trivia questions as a group. Team who answers the most correct wins.
2 – Read questions and have people answer the questions individually on their own piece of paper. Person who answers the most correct wins.
3 – Read questions out loud to the group and whoever shouts out the correct answer first (kind of like in this name that tune game) wins either a point or a small prize for getting the question correct.
Super Bowl Trivia FAQs
Some of the best football trivia questions are Super Bowl trivia questions like how much were the most expensive tickets to the first Super Bowl ($12), what year was the first Super Bowl played (1976), and more! This Super Bowl trivia game comes with 25+ great questions that will never change, no matter how many years the Super Bowl is played
More Super Bowl Games
- Super Bowl party games (an entire collection of them)
- Super Bowl minute to win it games
- Super Bowl guessing game
- Super Bowl commercial bingo (just general commercial answers)
- Football bingo (just football, not commercial based)
Download the Super Bowl Trivia Questions
Enter your first name and email address in the form below to download the Super Bowl trivia game.
You’ll receive a PDF copy of the game to your email shortly. Or if you’d rather not provide your email, you can buy a copy in my shop here.
If you do not see the form below, click here to get to it.
The PDF will include:
- Full sheet trivia game
- Half sheet (2 to a page) trivia game
- Answer sheet for the trivia game
- (3) pages of trivia cards and answers
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