Super Bowl Popcorn Box Printables

There’s so many reasons to be excited for the Super Bowl this year (not just the 60 foot tall toboggan being built in its honor). This year’s rivals, the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos are headed to the Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey to compete for football fame.

Whether you’re lucky enough to partake in the football festivities or just enjoying the show from the comfort of your couch, you’re going to need snacks – lots of them. While the modern celebration calls for big screen TVs and overly fancy football shaped foods, there’s no denying the classic crunch and flavor of your favorite popcorn flavor, so this year, serve up a no-fail snack that will satisfy even the pickiest of taste buds.

DIY Super Bowl Popcorn Boxes

Our team-themed popcorn tins are not only festive, but each comes with 3 gallons of our most popular flavors so you can keep your guests hunger at bay as you root for your favorites.

DIY Super Bowl Popcorn Boxes

We’ve created these DIY Popcorn box templates so you can celebrate your favorite teams while indulging in your favorite popped snack. If you’re hosting a party where guests of both teams will be attending, set up a “rival” station, with the opposing teams tins and boxes on each side. Or, if your guests are all on the same page, stick with the colors and mascots of each team when choosing elements for your décor.

Supplies for DIY Super Bowl Popcorn Boxes:

Cardstock
Popcorn box template (click here for Seattle Seahawks and here for Denver Broncos)
Glue or Tape
Scissors

Directions for DIY Popcorn Boxes

Step 1: Insert cardstock into the printer.

seahawks-template broncos-template

Step 2: Download the popcorn box templates. Open and print them onto the cardstock.

popcorn-scoop-boxes

Step 3: Using the scissors, cut out the templates. Once cut out, fold along each of the lines on the template.

Step 4: Create popcorn box and shape and apply glue to the flaps.

DIY Super Bowl Popcorn Box Printables

Step 5: Fill them up with your favorite flavor popcorn, sit back, and enjoy the game!

Celebrate the Super Bowl With Popcorn: Make DIY Football Popcorn Jars!

Popcorn Served in Football Mason Jars for Super BowlThe big game has finally arrived! In a mere five days, the 49ers and the Ravens will duke it out for the Super Bowl XLVII championship title. But before your favorite players hit the field, you’ll need to supply your Super Bowl party guests with loads of munchable goodies. The best treat for watching those great plays? Popcorn, naturally! Suit up everyone’s favorite snack with these fun and easy-to-make football popcorn jars. They’re sure to score a touchdown with your biggest fans!

San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens NFL Popcorn TinsWhat You’ll Need

Mason jars (one for each guest)
Brown construction paper
White construction paper
Pencil
Ruler
Scissors
Glue
Adhesive tape
Twine
The Popcorn Factory Super Bowl popcorn

Directions

Cutting a Football Sleeve out of Brown Construction Paper

  1. To make the football sleeve for your mason jar, lay a sheet of brown construction paper flat on a table. Using a ruler and a pencil, trace a rectangle onto the construction paper. The rectangle should be wide enough to wrap all the way around your jar and tall enough to cover the jar from top to bottom. The mason jar we used is about 2 ¾ inches in diameter and 4 inches tall, so we cut a rectangle that measures 2 ¾ inches by 9 inches. Carefully cut out the rectangle.
    Cutting Football Laces out of White Construction Paper
  2. Now it’s time to make your football laces. Use your ruler and pencil again to trace six very small, thin rectangles onto the white construction paper. They should be small enough to fit onto the brown rectangle and create a football lace pattern. One of the white rectangles should be longer than the other five. Our longer lace measures ¼ inch by 2 ½ inches, and our five shorter laces measure ¼ inch by 1 ½ inches each.
    Laces Glued onto Football Sleeve
  3. Lay your brown rectangle horizontally on the table. Using glue, attach your long construction paper lace vertically in the center of the brown rectangle. Then, attach each of the five remaining short laces horizontally right on top of the long lace. Make sure to evenly space out your short laces.
    Football Sleeve Wrapped Around Mason Jar
  4. Your football sleeve is ready! All you have to do now is tightly wrap it around your mason jar and secure it with some tape along the back. If you want your football to look even cuter, tie a piece of twine around the mouth of the jar. Repeat steps 1 through 4 for each mason jar.
    Football Mason Jars Filled With Popcorn
  5. Fill the jars with your favorite football popcorn flavors and serve to your pigskin-loving friends! We used Cheese, Buffalo Ranch, Chocolate Drizzle and Almond Pecan.

What other kinds of football-shaped food will you be serving at your Super Bowl Party?

One State, Two Teams: How NFL Hometown Rivals Match Up

Giants and Jets Football-Themed Popcorn Tins

You’ve been a Giants fan since the first time you slept in a cradle. Your best friend, a Jets fan, bleeds green and white. Both of you grew up in New York, but you each have very different opinions when it comes to football! When two ironclad NFL teams dwell in the same state, diehard hometown fans are bound to be split straight down the middle. So the next time you and your friend are chowing down on your sports-themed popcorn and playfully bantering over which team is best, swap these fun stats about how these popular in-state rivals match up to one another!

New York Giants vs. New York Jets

First Game: The very first time the Giants and the Jets battled against each other, in true New York fashion, was November 1, 1970. The Giants came out on top with a score of 22-10, setting a trend for future bouts.

Most Recent Game: The latest game that brought the Giants and Jets face-to-face was on December 22, 2011. Like their name implies, the Giants claimed a colossal victory once again with a score of 29-14.

Overall Head-to-Head Matchups: Out of the 12 games the Giants and Jets have played together throughout NFL history, the Giants have won eight, proving they’re the toughest team on the block.

Super Bowl Wins: The Giants have been crowned Super Bowl champs a total of four times; the Jets only earned the title once. Think you can pull one over on the big guys that easily? Fuhgettaboutit.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Steelers and Eagles Football-Themed Popcorn Tins

First Game: On November 19, 1933, the Steelers and the Eagles had their first clash. The Eagles soared above their challengers with a score of 25-6.

Most Recent Game: These two opponents last went up against each other on October 7, 2012. This time, the Steelers won by a split hair: 16-14.

Overall Head-to-Head Matchups: The Steelers and the Eagles have been matched up a whopping 77 times, with the Eagles boldly taking the spotlight for 48 of those games.

Super Bowl Wins: When it comes to the big game, the Steelers are the conquering heroes with six Super Bowl victories. The Eagles have yet to swoop in and nab the top prize, even though they’ve competed for it twice.

Dallas Cowboys vs. Houston Texans

Cowboys and Texans Football-Themed Popcorn Tins

First Game: The Cowboys only recently butted heads with the Texans: Their first game was on September 8, 2002. This was the first and only time the Texans beat the Cowboys, with a score of 19-10.

Most Recent Game: On September 26, 2010, the Cowboys came charging in and triumphed over the Texans, 27-13.

Overall Head-to-Head Matchups: The Cowboys take the cake: They’ve won two out of the mere three games they’ve played against the Texans.

Super Bowl Wins: The Cowboys have lassoed in five championship victories over the years, but the Texans haven’t yet made their Super Bowl debut. Time to saddle up and win some titles, boys!

Are you a fan of another team that has a hometown rival? Tell us why you think your team is the finest in the state!

Super Bowl Popcorn Party! Packers Vs. Steelers! 3 prizes!

 

Packers Vs. Steelers in Super Bowl XLV!

Packers Vs. Steelers in Super Bowl XLV!

Welcome to the 1st Annual The Popcorn Factory Super Bowl Popcorn Blog Party! It’s the Packers vs. Steelers and it’s Super Bowl XLIV (45)! 

The playoff were crazy this year! But after all that craziness, the two teams that remain on top of the hill to battle it out are the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburg Steelers! As we all know, historically, the Packers and the Steelers are not strangers to the Big Game. With 9 Super Bowl rings between them (yes, yes we know Steeler fans that you have 6 of those, but hey cmon the Lombardi Trophy…), the expectations are high for both teams.

So in about a paragraph or two, tell us about  your favorite memories of Super Bowls past and how you think this one will shake out. And of course tell us about how popcorn is the ultimate Super Bowl snack! There will be 3 winners and the winners will receive a Super Bowl commemorative tin that features either the Green Bay Packers or the Pittsburg Steelers!

Winner Status:

Suprise “1st Poster” Winner: #1 Written By nikki ozan on January 31st, 2011 @ 3:45 pm

Winner #1: #23 Written By Kayla Skye on January 31st, 2011 @ 7:29 pm

Winner #2: #34 Written By crystal moyer on February 1st, 2011 @ 3:53 pm

Winner #3: #16 Written By Shakti Bulk on January 31st, 2011 @ 5:32 pm

Go Packers! Go Steelers! And Goooooooooo Popcorn!

‎1st Place NFC/AFC Championship Game Popcorn Party – 3 Prizes!

New York Jets 3-Way Popcorn Tin

New York Jets 3-Way Popcorn Tin

Welcome to The Popcorn Factory ‎1st Place NFC/AFC Championship Game Popcorn Party!

Wow. The Jets knocked off Tom Brady and the Patriots. The Bears will play the Packers in the playoffs for the first time since 1941. And the Steelers advance with a drive in the closing minutes that included a 58-yard pass to rookie Antonio Brown on third-and-19 (3rd and 19 against the Ravens defense with cover protection). Unbelievable!
 
Please post about a paragraph or two telling us about how watching football can bring the family and friends together and how popcorn makes that time so much better! We really love it when our popcorn is shared amongst family and friends, so we absolutely love to hear these comments!

Pictured to your left is the New York Jet 3-Way Popcorn Tin. The winners of course can select from their favorite team’s tin, even if that team is eliminated. :( You can see a list of all football popcorn tins here.

We will select 3 random winners!

Winner Status:

Surprise “1st Poster” Winner) #1 Written By Megan McGaughey on January 18th, 2011 @ 7:17 pm

Winner #1)  #17 Written By Tamara B. on January 18th, 2011 @ 8:33 pm

Winner #2) #21 Written By Carolyn Fridley on January 19th, 2011 @ 9:44 am

Winner #3) #38 Written By Lisa on January 21st, 2011 @ 12:46 pm

Goooooooooooooo Popcorn!

1st Place Popcorn Party – 3 Prizes! – (Week 16)

Philadelphia Eagles 3-Way Popcorn Tins

Philadelphia Eagles 3-Way Popcorn Tins

Welcome to this week’s 1st Place Popcorn Party on our Blog for Week 16! The Popcorn Factory has a whole set of football tins that are perfect for the game whether you’re in the living room, at a friend’s place,  or tailgating!

In a paragraph or two, let us know who you will be rooting for this Sunday and what flavor of popcorn do you prefer best during the game. Also let us know if your popcorn eating speed increases as the score gets closer or if after half time your team is behind! Do you have an original touch down popcorn celebration? Share those engaging popcorn thoughts with us and more! 

We will pick 3 winners at random. And of course, as always, the winners will be able to pick from our full football popcorn tin collection regardless of whether your team is in first place! 

Winner Status:

Surprise “1st Post” Winner: #1  Written By Ashley on December 22nd, 2010 @ 1:24 pm

Winner #1) #16  Written By Sarah on December 22nd, 2010 @ 2:36 pm

Winner #2) #9 Written By tuesday cain on December 22nd, 2010 @ 1:53 pm

Winner #3) #30 Written By Isela on December 22nd, 2010 @ 7:44 pm

Oh and we had to feature the Philadelphia Eagles Popcorn Tin after that crazy, crazy finish last week! Giants fans, big game coming up against Green Bay

Go Football! Goooooooo Popcorn!

1st Place Popcorn Party – 3 Prizes! – (Week 15)

Pittsburgh Steelers 3-way Popcorn Tin

Pittsburgh Steelers 3-way Popcorn Tin

Welcome to this week’s 1st Place Popcorn Party on our Blog for Week 15! The Popcorn Factory has a whole set of football tins that are perfect for the game whether you’re in your living room, at a friends, or tailgating!

In about a paragraph or two, let us know who you will be rooting for this Sunday and how you feel popcorn ranks amongst football snack greats! Also, please let us know what you think about our popcorn tin design for your favorite team  – or your team’s biggest rival, don’t worry the popcorn won’t take it personally – ;) . We will pick 3 winners at random. Oh and of course, the 3 winners will be able to pick from our full football popcorn tin collection regardlesss of whether that team is in first place.

Winner Status:

Surprise “1st Poster” Winner: #1 WRITTEN BY TIFFANY S. ON DECEMBER 14TH, 2010 @ 7:22 PM

Winner #1) Post #42 WRITTEN BY SAL ON DECEMBER 18TH, 2010 @ 1:02 PM

Winner #2) Post #14  WRITTEN BY MEGAN M ON DECEMBER 14TH, 2010 @ 8:58 PM

Winner #3) Post #20 WRITTEN BY JOAN SEAL ON DECEMBER 14TH, 2010 @ 11:01 PM

Goooooo Popcorn!!

1st Place Popcorn Party – 3 Prizes!

Chicago Bears 3 Way Popcorn Tin

Chicago Bears 3 Way Popcorn Tin

Welcome to the 1st Place Popcorn Party on our Blog! The Popcorn Factory has a whole set of football tins that are perfect for the game whether you’re in your living room, at a friends, or tailgating!

In about a paragraph or two, let us know who you will be rooting for this Sunday and how you feel about popcorn as a football snack. Feel free to share football popcorn memories if you have some! We will pick 3 winners at random. Oh and of course, the 3 winners will be able to pick from our full football popcorn tin collection regardlesss of whether that team is in first place. :) That would have just been mean… ;)

Winner Status:

Surprise “1st Poster” Winner) Post #1  WRITTEN BY MICHELLE ON DECEMBER 8TH, 2010 @ 4:48 PM

Winner #1) Post #20 WRITTEN BY ANNA ON DECEMBER 8TH, 2010 @ 5:48 PM

Winner #2) Post #70 WRITTEN BY TIFFANY HOOD ON DECEMBER 10TH, 2010 @ 8:17 PM

Winner #3) Post #30 WRITTEN BY BRENDA ON DECEMBER 8TH, 2010 @ 10:25 PM

Goooooo Popcorn!!