Super Bowl LV Squares Pool - Tampa Bay vs. Kansas City (Free 2021 Template)
Play Super Bowl squares with your friends with this free template. Pick squares and track scores at the end of each quarter of the Super Bowl between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Super Bowl LV will be between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, February 7th at 6:30 PM ET. This will be a special Super Bowl because it will take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Florida (home of the Buccaneers).
Want a fun way to watch the game with your friends? Play Super Bowl Squares with this free template for Super Bowl LV. Get started and
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if you want to start playing right away. Read on below for how to play Super Bowl Squares:
How to play Super Bowl Squares
The most common way to play Super Bowl Squares is by creating a 10 X 10 grid or table which results in 100 squares (see the table in
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are on the rows, and the Kansas City Chiefs are on the columns. Each column and row is labeled 0-9. Each square represents a specific score in the game between the two teams.
Next you should invite your friends to play Super Bowl Squares with you (after you copy this Coda doc, click Share in the top-right and enter you friends’ email addresses). Then each of you friends will go into the table in
and select their names in the dropdown for each square they want to pick.
Scoring the squares
At the end of every quarter of the Super Bowl:
Take the last number of the Buccaneers and Chiefs scores
Match them on the table to see where those numbers intersect on the board (remember: Tampa Bay is on the rows and Kansas City is on the columns)
The person who picked that square where the scores intersect is the “winner” of that quarter
At the end of the 1st quarter, let’s say Tampa Bay has scored 14 points and Kansas City has scored 6 points. The square with Tampa Bay as "4" and Kansas City as “6” would be the winner of the 1st quarter.
Wagering and payouts
Some people like to wager a small amount per square (like $1). Then you can split out the total amount by quarter as follows:
20% - 1st quarter
20% - 2nd quarter
20% - 3rd quarter
40% - Final score
If all squares are filled out and each person wagers $1 per square, then the winner of the 1st quarter would get $20, 2nd quarter gets $20, etc.