Free Super Bowl Squares Google Docs Templates

Here is a collection of easily editable and free Super Bowl Squares templates for Google Docs. The Super Bowl Squares game templates will also ensure that your wild party with friends and acquaintances doesn’t turn into a “medieval ball”. In addition, it will definitely make your party much more interesting! In this section you will find a lot of cool and most importantly free templates for Super Bowl.

How to get Super Bowl squares template?

This template is easy to use, all you have to do is download any Super Bowl squares template you like from To do this, click on the “Use this template” button, and then wait for the template to download. You can use it in original, or edit the size, add a photo, or change the style to fit your party in Google Docs.

How to play Super Bowl Squares?

Super Bowl Squares is a fairly well-known game that has already saved a huge number of parties from boredom. It is very easy to play and even a child can understand the rules of the game. Gather everyone who wants to play. For more interest, you can bet on the prize pool, which the winners will take away. Choose one team for each column and one for each row, depending on the game you are playing. After that, show the players the battlefield (10×10 grid sheet, 100 in total). Start adding people to your pool of Football Squares by letting them choose their own squares. Once all the squares are filled, it’s time to number each column and row. Randomly arrange numbers from 0 to 9 for each column, and then do the same for each row. According to the column and row numbers, each square represents a different score. Your Football Square grid is now complete. To find out who wins, you need to wait until the end of the Super Bowl game. Based on the results of the 1st quarter, 2nd quarter, 3rd quarter and the final game, the winners will be determined. By finding the square that intersects the last number in both teams’ scores in the grid, we can determine the winner. An example is the AFC 21 – NFC 18 final score. The last AFC number is 1 and the last NFC number is 8. The winning square is the cell in the grid that has an AFC score of 1 and an NFC score of 8. There are different payout levels as per your agreement, but usually first to third quarter winners receive 20% each, with the final winner receiving 40%.

Is this template only suitable for online use?

Our team of professional designers understands that using this template online will be inconvenient for most consumers. Therefore, we made the template printable, but also left the possibility of using it online.

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