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How To Make A Supreme Snack Stadium!

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At our house, we love getting ready for the Big Game, and this year, I am preparing a big, no-I mean BIG snacking event to go with the game!
In our house, its “Go Big or Go Home!” And  that is where my Supreme Snack Stadium comes in! This thing is huge! And all the gang is comin’ over to get their snack on!
 Game day, is party day, and my rule is, no one goes home hungry! You can’t watch any big game without a victory dance, and some good eats!
I got all of our favorite snacks at Walmart, where I found Pepsi™, SNICKERS®, Skittles®, and TOSTITOS® chips and salsa!
Perfect snacks to fill our Ultimate Snack Stadium, and fill us up for the Big Game! I knew I wanted SNICKERS® and Skittles® to be the fans in the bleachers, as well as the cars in the parking lot!
 I love this Supreme Snack Stadium, because it was so easy to put together. No glue needed. No wood, no tools, no paint, no difficult instructions, and VERY cheap! I could not believe how easy this came together! Use your imagination to decorate and go nuts!

I started with spice racks that I already had in my pantry. These spice racks are elevated, and resemble stairs. Then, I went searching for other containers, and I found some 4 x 9 inchBIN BOXES that were very inexpensive, to hold all of the snacks!


But you can also use magazine holders, or make your own by cutting some cereal or snack boxes on an angle!

I then placed them around disposable pans, that will fill the guacamole, and TOSTITOS® salsa!
Snack Stadium

 I placed six bin boxes on each side of the spice racks, to create a rectangular/octagon shape.


You can get the Bin Boxes Here

Snack stadium

Then I had this idea to get some poster board, and cut them around 7-8 inches wide, and to the height of the bin boxes, about 4 1/2 inches high, and they fit right into the backside gap of the bin box.

You can also tape them onto the bin boxes if you prefer, but sliding them into the narrow gap, worked just fine for me. So now, instead of having just 12 compartments for snacks, I have created 20! This stadium measures a whopping 43 x 33 inches. Imagine the possibilities! This is optional, but boy, did it create a big Snack Stadium!

Snack stadium

I also found some football themed toothpicks, and I cut the banner off of them, and taped them to ribbon, and taped the ribbon to paper straws, that I covered covered skewers with, to create pennant banners! Just tape the paper straw covered skewers to the inside of the bin boxes, and stick a pennant toothpick in the straws to create a flag!

Snack stadium

I then connected the pennant ribbon to a few of the straw covered skewers with double stick tape, and now we have a Party! I also cut out a banner from the poster board and I used my coloring pencils to create the Snack Stadium banner!

How To Make A Supreme Snack Stadium!

What you will need:
2 – 9 x 9 elevated Spice racks
12 – 4 x 9 Cardboard bin boxes, magazine holders, or snack trays
1 – 13 x 9 pan
2 – 4 x 9 pans for TOSTITOS® salsa
White Poster Board (optional)
Your Favorite Snacks
Tissue Paper
Ribbon (any color)
Banner toothpicks, or print out mini banners.
Double Stick Tape
Paper Straws
Colored Pencils
12 inch skewers
Football Themed Print-outs

Begin by arranging the bin boxes, around the tin foil pans, to create stadium type seating for your snacks. Cardboard magazine holders also make wonderful snack compartments. I just lined them with some green tissue paper to create a filler. I had the tissue paper lying around from the holidays, so that was perfect!

 Snack stadium

Arrange the snack trays around the cake/baking pan, that will become the playing field made of  your favorite guacamole!


You can fill some of the compartments with tissue paper, to add volume to your snack trays, and add leafy greens to layer veggies!


I placed a cupcake pan upside-down to add height to my guacamole pan! The Goal Posts, are made with beef jerky sticks. I used a wooden skewer to attach the long piece of beef jerky to a small block of cheddar cheese. I then used toothpicks to attach the other beef jerky pieces, to create the goal posts.
 How to make a snack stadium
Then I placed the goal posts, that are attached to the block of cheese, and set it to stand upright in small loaf pans, and filled them with salsa!
snack stadium
Just arrange the snack trays to your liking, and fill each compartment with snacks and food of your choice! As you can see, I have placed SNICKERS® Minis on a Spice Rack that looks like stairs, to create a seating effect, and TOSTITOS® Scoops in the compartments, ready for dipping!  I also placed little cardboard jewelry boxes filled with Skittles®, and spelled out “win!” with a specific color of the Skittles® Candy’s, to create the people in the stands.
snack stadium
You can then just take a box with you and snack on the Skittles®. So convenient! The corners of my Supreme Snack Stadium, is set up nicely with cans of Pepsi™, and Diet Pepsi™ for my thirsty Big Game fans!
 snack stadium

On the outside of the Snack Stadium, I used double stick tape to place football graphics, and used the packaging from some of the snacks, to create sponsors for the Big Game! And football themed toothpicks to the outside of the bin boxes, and such. With this kind of showpiece, you can really use your imagination, and DIY some fantastic looking decorations! I also placed a tablet above the stands, to create a jumbo-tron! I just taped my tablet to a Necklace holder, and it created the perfect stand!

The fans that will come over to your house for the Big Game, will love to look at the stadium, and enjoy all the yummy snacks!

This Snack Stadium was so big, that when it was taken down, we kind of felt like something was missing from the house! We all got used to passing by just to graze! It was crazy fun!

I set up this whole thing on top of a football themed plastic tablecloth, so that when it is time to clean up, just remove the tablet, and the spice racks, then just bundle up everything by gathering the ends of the tablecloth, and place the bundle in the trash. Don’t worry about there being leftovers to pack up, because there will not be any.


Here are a few Printables that you can cut out and paste or tape to your ribbon and attach to your Snack Stadium!


Just right click on image, and save to your computer, and print it out!


Just right click on image, and save to your computer, and print it out!


This was so easy to make. You have to try this!

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34 thoughts on “How To Make A Supreme Snack Stadium!

  1. Dina, you did such an awesome job with this DIY. This is absolutely amazing and your snacks look delish! Good luck on the big game!

  2. It turned out great! I love how you started with something you had, like spice racks and went from there. (client)

    1. Thank you! Yes my pantry looked like bleachers, with the spices being the fans, so when I looked into my pantry, I knew i needed to use them! Thanks for stopping by:)

    1. Thank you so much for that:) Don’t forget, you also get a chance to win an awesome prize!! Good Luck!

  3. WOW!!! I’ve seen a lot of great snack stadiums but this one is just awesome!!! You did an amazing job! Pinning, scheduling & voting!!!

    1. Thank you Caitlin. I found them at a Box store, But I am sure you can find them at any craft supply store or online:)

    1. Oh that’s the fun part! I used Pepperoni sticks held together with skewers, and toothpicks, and I used a skewer to hold them into a block of cheese that is sitting in the Salsa!

    1. Thank you! It was so much fun to put together, and so easy too! Thanks for checking it out:)

  4. Funtastic creative sports stadium food display server and can be used for other types of sports and themes. I love it, it’s easy, affordable, clever, and most importantly family oriented to help enjoy watching sports games or tv series with family and friends. YOU DEFINITELY HAVE MY VOTE. VERY GOOD JOB, WELL DONE!!!

    1. Thank You so much! Yes! This can be used for almost any sport. Soccer, Tennis, Race cars, Swimming – You name it! Thank you for checking it out.:)

    1. Hi there, Felicia! The set up of the bin boxes only took me a hour or so. Filling the bins up with snacks was pretty easy, until I made the sliders, and hot dogs, so allow time for that. Set up, was pretty fast. Overall cost, with sliders, hot dogs, snacks, and stadium, It cost me less than $125
      It could cost more, or even less, depending on the foods, and snacks inside. Thanks, and Happy Game Day!

  5. Thank you so much for your DIY tutorial of the Snack Stadium! I made it first time today for superbowl and it was a HUGE hit.
    I would love to send you a photo of mine if u have an email address and if u care to see it. 🙂

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