Make your own soccer costumes
There’s no need to splurge on a premade Halloween costume for you or your kids this year… make a soccer themed costume yourself! With some materials and a little creativity, you can be…
Host an afternoon pickup game
Whether you do it at home or at your local park, hosting an afternoon pickup game can be a great way to get friends and family together before the night begins. Have your teammates bring their kids to give them a chance to have fun before trick or treating kicks off! For players who’ve been kicking the ball around in high temperatures, late October offers a cool relief from the heat—and because Halloween falls on a Saturday this year, you’ve got an entire afternoon to work with!
Participate in a Halloween tournament
Is your city hosting a Halloween soccer tournament? This is something worth finding out, as playing in such an event is a fun and unique way to spend the day. Even if you’re not playing in the tournament, you can always bring along family and friends to enjoy the game from the sidelines. Be sure to pack a blanket and extra hot cocoa!
Treat guests to soccer themed treats
If you’re throwing a Halloween get together this year, you can bet that your guests (both adults and children) will be looking for some sweet treats. If the bunch you’re entertaining is comprised mainly of soccer fans, why not pick up (or create) some soccer themed treats? These can be anything from soccer ball shaped cupcakes to regular candies stuffed in soccer themed goodie bags. No matter how you do it, you can guarantee that your guests will love the extra touch!
Do your plans for Halloween involve soccer? Share your ideas and plans with us in the comments!