Want to give partygoers a chance to test their sports skills at your next big-game gathering? If so, check out this video on how to build a football wall toss game. Aside from serving up great food, the next best way to score party host points is by offering interactive games your guests can take part in. Of course, you can still focus on the big game. But during down time, halftime or in the event of a blowout you can have your own fun. We know, there are lots of store-bought outdoor games to use in a pinch. But building your own football wall toss game will be more satisfying. And, it’s both easy on your wallet and your carpentry skills.
Interested? Check out this Done-In-A-Weekend Game Day Tip video with ESPN commentator and host Matt Stinchcomb. In this video, Stinchcomb walks you through a football wall toss game build that everyone will love. And, to make sure you get this one right, here’s some backup. This downloadable pdf contains the materials list and step-by-step instructions.
To start, you can build your football wall toss game to any size and out of virtually any materials. In this video, Stinchcomb shows how to make a freestanding wall toss game that is 8-foot high by 4-feet wide and 4-feet deep. He starts by offering a rundown of the exact tools and supplies you need to get started. Then, a time lapse video runs you through the steps needed to get the job done in time for game day.
Once construction is finished, paint the finished product to give props to your favorite team. Of course, from building and painting to playing, everyone, including kids, can get in on the action with this project.