If you’re getting together with the team after an afternoon of playing football matches, or you’re looking for ways that you can extend the fun on a Saturday night after watching live football on the TV, we’ve found some ways that you can keep entertained together after the football is over!
Whilst card games are a classic way to get everyone in the team involved, they can be overlooked in favour of more modern games. However, card games are just as exciting - and arguably better fun - than recent hits like Cards Against Humanity. The most popular card games that allow more than a few people to play, include Poker, Cheat and Texas Hold ‘em. If you aren’t sure on how to play these popular card games, you can check out this helpful guide on how to play poker, to ensure that you’re set to be a winner!
If you can’t be with each other in person for whatever reason, you might want to consider playing an online game with each other via an Xbox or PlayStation console. The most popular games that are bound to engage all football fanatics are FIFA and Football Manager, since you can get competitive or continue the comradery of being in a team. However, there are less-known games that you should try out with your friends too, like Rocket League and Fall Guys. These games have different mini-games within them that you can play with your friends, and some like Rocket League do involve playing football - but on a much different scale!
Whether you’re a seasoned pro, or a beginner at football, challenging your friends to kick the ball up higher or more frequently than you is going to get you improving your skills and having fun with your friends at the same time. We’ve all got a competitive streak within us, and there is nothing more satisfying than being able to run with the ball faster than your friend, or kick the ball up more times than they can within a minute! Small skill challenges between you and your friends can make spending time with your friends productive and active, as well as prepare you all to play better on the pitch for your next football match together. You never know, this skill competition meet-up could actually turn into your next football match.
There’s no need to call it an early night and put a stop to the fun once the football is done. By trying out some of our suggestions, you can be the hero of the night and ensure that you all carry on spending time together and enjoying each other's company for a little longer!
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