Football Friendly Snacks


The World Cup final is just around the corner. So, if you aren’t hosting a football party, I bet your bottom dollar that you’ve been invited to one. Those that are hosting will be expected to provide an army of snacks to keep the fans happy. Those who are heading out to someone else’s house should come prepared and bring some football friendly snacks for all the guests. Here’s a round-up from our foodie bloggers as to what they suggest you bring to a football party.

We’re kicking off this round up with whipped pesto feta and piquante pepper bites from Hungry Healthy Happy. These are great sharing snacks.

Football Friendly Snacks

Fab Food for All’s brie and cranberry tear and share wreath is a wonderful centre-piece for people to gather round at half time.

Football Friendly Snacks

Fried chicken always goes down well at a football party. This recipe for crispy baked chicken wings from An Island Chef will hit the spot at your gathering.

Football Friendly Snacks

For those who are following a gluten or dairy-free diet, these sausage rolls from Free From Favourites are ideal bite-sized morsels for those with specific requirements.

Football Friendly Snacks

Not only is this cheesy cashew nut dip vegan-friendly, it’s also gluten free. Serve with crudités for a real people-pleaser for all.

Football Friendly Snacks

The dream team combination of asparagus, pesto and Parma ham are cleverly wrapped up in these delightful twists from Jo’s Kitchen Larder.

Football Friendly Snacks

Olives are always a crowd-pleaser, and these Sicilian grilled olives from Celery and Cupcakes are perfect for popping in your mouth between free-kicks.

Football Friendly Snacks

As always, a social gathering is never complete without something sweet to conclude the night, especially if the game goes to extra time. These raspberry and white chocolate meringue kisses from Only Crumbs Remain fit the bill.

Football Friendly Snacks

What will you be making for the World cup final?


Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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