Football crafts or Soccer Crafts 12

These football crafts or soccer crafts for my US readers are perfect for your football-mad kids. For those of you that don’t know, I have two football-mad boys.  Maxi is a defender (and a very good one at that) and plays in a team and has since he was five years old.  His team is an ace bunch of lads who now play in Division one and finished in the top half, which is great for a team that started out in division four.   At the moment with the Euro’s on my house is everything football, when they are not watching it they are playing it.  So now is the perfect time to round up some fab football crafts.

Football Crafts or Soccer crafts for kids square

Football really does connect many people and even if you don’t play it for anything more than fun or perhaps you are not sporty at all, you can still have fun and join in with these fabulous and fun football crafts for kids.

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12 thoughts on “Football crafts or Soccer Crafts

  • Michelle

    A great selection of football crafting ideas – we are a football household, so it’s nothing but the Euros on telly for us for the next few weeks!

  • Stephen

    Oh god that was a blast from the past! My brother and I used to play football with straws when we were younger. We used to have hours of fun, although I was always better. I don’t think I’d have the puff to play now! Great tips. Stephen

  • angela hamilton

    what fantastic ideas!! I always remember me and my friend having a straw each and loads of scrunched up paper and we would sit at her dining table for ages playing lol

  • nessjibberjabberuk

    I’ve organized a household sweepstake for us for the Euro 2016. With 24 teams in the competition we each get 6 countries and then points are awarded according to what stage of the competition the country reaches. It’s a sneaky way to get the kids doing a bit of maths while attempting to keep them interested!

  • Erica Price

    You know we did some for the World Cup and I should think about doing some sort of activity for this tournament too. At least this time there is no difficult Korean flag.

  • Kara Guppy

    I have to admit that I don’t enjoy international football tournaments (probably all the disappointments) but the kids are really into it this year

  • Addy Brown

    Tissue paper football craft is great fun for little kids, who will love scrunching up the paper and sticking it to make a very textural soccer ball. This would be fun with a group of younger children at a football party: you could draw on the pattern and rip the tissue paper in advance.

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