Summary: Super Bowl Trivia is a game to test your football knowledge, especially the plays and players surrounding a Bowl game.
Ages: From 14 and up
Recommended Number of Players/Teams: Unlimited
Print one Superbowl Trivia game sheet per player - password needed
A pen or pencil for each player
No prior set up required
How to Play:
Give each player a game sheet and pencil or pen. They must correctly answer each question in the box provided.
The winner will have the most correct answers.
Playing a trivia game is a great way to entertain guests at a Super Bowl party, or any football themed party for that matter. Another fun one is a game about all the Super Bowl Winners over the past four decades. Print out the game sheet and test your knowledge. You may also want to give extra points for anyone who can also remember the final score.
In January 2000, which St. Louis Rams quarterback became the first player to throw for over 400 yards in a single Super Bowl game? Kurt Warner threw for 414 yards and two touchdowns in an exciting 23-16 victory against the Tennessee Titans in the Georgia Dome
Three people appeared in Super Bowls as a player, an assistant coach, and then a head coach, who are they? Dan Reeves, Mike Ditka and Tony Dungy
What player holds the record for most consecutive completions in a Super Bowl? Joe Montana completed a Super Bowl record 13 consecutive passes, in Super Bowl XXIV
This player scored 7 touchdowns, in three Super Bowls. Jerry Rice
This player has played in the most Super Bowls (6). Mike Lodish, 4 with Buffalo and 2 with Denver
What player rushed for 204 yards, the most in a Super Bowl? Timmy Smith in Super Bowl XXII
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