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10 steps to throwing the perfect Super Bowl party

The whole NFL season has been building up to this Sunday night. So what better reason to have the gang around to yours.

1. Build a Super Bowl snack stadium

Then fill it with your favourite nibbles and dips. Here’s how to do it.

Super Bowl snacks Source: Buzzfeed

2. Make like halftime performer Katy Perry and dress for the occasion

The jersey of your favourite NFL team will do just fine too.

Super Bowl Football Source: AP/Press Association Images

3. You’ve got to have these…

Red cups are essential are any occasion like this.

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4. Beer pong

Is optional.

Saratoga Travers Horse Racing Source: HANS PENNINK

5. Do out a seating chart for your guests

This from Mandatory.com is excellent.

Super Bowl Seating Chart Source: Mandatory.com

To view image bigger,  click here

6. Recreate the 2015 Super Bowl ads

Arnie impressions at the ready.

Source: IGN/YouTube

7. Play Super Bowl bingo

If your number comes up, you drink (responsibly, of course).

Super Bowl Bingo Source: NBC Washington

8. Hand out free copies of A Gronking to Remember to your guests

Provided their over 18. It gets quite graphic.

A Gronking to Remember Source: Amazon

9. If someone questions your hospitality, tell them they should be more like Marshawn Lynch

Be thankful.

Source: Shafer Murray/YouTube

10. Alternatively…

Save yourself the hassle and head to one of the 20-plus official parties being held around Ireland. We’ve got all the venues and times here.

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We asked 8 people who know nothing about the NFL to discuss the Super Bowl

QUIZ: Are you a Super Bowl champ or chump?

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