Summer is right around the corner...which means no more school and end of the season soccer parties! At the end of each season my soccer team would always have a potluck dinner to celebrate.
If your soccer team is looking for ideas for an end of the season party, a potluck dinner is perfect for everyone! Each of the players on my team would sign up to bring a different dish to eat, which always resulted in an awesome feast. Don't forget to add paper plates, utensils, and drinks to the sign up sheet. Potlucks are easy to coordinate, inexpensive, and there are lots of different types of food for picky eaters to choose from. My team held the dinner in various places over the years including the school cafeteria, auditorium, local park, and a local pool club house. Feel free to bring your favorite dish or get creative and make one of these soccer themed foods. Check out these easy recipes for the best soccer inspired foods:
1. Soccer Ball Cookie Bites
Who doesn't love cookies?! These soccer ball cookies are sure to impress everyone on your team. If you want to get super creative, use another color icing to put the initials of each player on their very own cookie.
Find the recipe for these delicious cookies at The Decorated Cookie.
2. Soccer Ball Chocolate Covered Strawberries
We love this idea for making soccer ball chocolate covered strawberries. All you need is strawberries, white chocolate, and black icing. Use the black icing to draw little pentagons on the strawberries after the white chocolate has dried to make them look like soccer balls.
Find the recipe at Recipe Girl.
3. Guacamole Soccer Field Dip
We promise it tastes better than it looks! We recommend making this dip right before the potluck so the guacamole stays fresh and doesn't start to turn brown.
Click here to find the recipe on The Produce Mom.
The team at CrossBones Sports wants to congratulate everyone on another awesome soccer season! Keep up the hard work and have fun celebrating with your team and coaches.
PS. Please email us your finished creations - we would love to share them on the blog!