NFL Super Bowl Squares 2022 – Printable PDF Boxes Template

Get Your Free Super Bowl Squares Template

By Gio Annatelli

Aug 28, 2021

If you are looking to start a Super Bowl office pool or just want to have some fun with friends, The Game Day has you covered with our free printable Super Bowl squares pdf template.

We have created this official football squares template in a printable PDF template for Super Bowl 56 so you don’t have to!

If it’s your first time participating, we have a step-by-step guide to how to play football squares further below, including the basic football square rules.

Super Bowl Squares Printable PDF Template 2022

Super Bowl Squares Printable Super Bowl Squares PDF Template

Print and share our Super Bowl squares template!

How to Play Football Squares

1. Find a Super Bowl Pool

If you’re looking to join a Super Bowl pool, you won’t have any trouble finding one. Many people and places may be starting a pool. It could be the people at your office or your friends and family. If not, local bars and restaurants will have them available to join.

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2. Get a Super Bowl Squares Template

If you’re looking for a template for a Super Bowl pool, you can download the one above or create your own.

One team will be placed horizontally on the x-axis and the other team will be placed vertically on the y-axis. The total number of boxes is 100 and the boxes will be numbered 0 to 9.

Don’t yet place the numbers on the template, as those will be drawn randomly after all the boxes have been filled.

3. Buy Your Super Bowl Boxes

Depending on the Super Bowl pool, the number of boxes you buy is completely up to you. Some might have a limit, while others will not. Don’t go out and buy every single box, however, as you’ll just break even.

Where your boxes are placed on the grid is dependent on who’s running the pool. You might be able to choose where you want your box to be on the grid.

The person running the pool might have you select random numbers 0-100, and then the numbers will be randomly placed on the grid.

4. Assigning Numbers

Once the Super Bowl boxes are filled, the person who runs the pool will assign the numbers on the horizontal and vertical axis. The numbers are drawn randomly to keep things fair. Each row and column will have a number assigned to it.

5. Picking Winners

The winners are decided at the end of the 1st quarter, halftime, 3rd quarter, and the score at the end of the game, with the final score usually being a bigger prize than the rest.

The winner is determined by looking at the second digit of each of the team’s scores. For example, at the end of the 1st quarter in last year’s Super Bowl, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were up 7-3 over the Kansas City Chiefs. The person who had the square that had Buccaneers 7, Chiefs 3 would be the winner.

If a square is unowned, no one wins the quarter, and the money is rolled over into the next quarter.

Download Super Bowl Squares Template 2022

Super Bowl Squares Download Super Bowl Squares Template

Download and share our Super Bowl squares template!

Super Bowl Squares Contests

When Super Bowl season rolls around every year, online sportsbooks create Super Bowl squares contests. Some of the contests are free to join, while others cost money to enter.

One online sportsbook that does offer Super Bowl squares contests is DraftKings. They offer both free and paid contests.

Be on the lookout for the contests DraftKings has to offer. These contests have the opportunity for big prizes!

If you are looking to put real money on the Big Game. We have in-depth guide on betting on the Super Bowl for you.


By Gio Annatelli

Gio Annatelli is a Digital Content Coordinator with The Game Day, writing and editing sports articles for the web. He is seasoned in sports, having covered and written for teams such as the New York Giants, New York Jets, and New York Islanders. Gio graduated from Hofstra University where he got his Bachelor's degree in Journalism. You can almost guarantee he's betting on a parlay.