#### How Does Squares Work For Football?

At the end of every quarter, **the person whose square corresponds with the intersection of the second digit of each team’s score wins a prize** (for example, a 14–7 score at the end of the first quarter pays out the owner of the square at row 4, column 7).

Contents

- 1 How do football square bets work?
- 2 What do football squares payout?
- 3 What are the rules for squares?
- 4 How do you do a 50 square football pool?
- 5 How do you win at squares?
- 6 How do you fund a football square fundraiser?
- 7 How are Super Bowl squares paid out?
- 8 How do touch boxes work?
- 9 How do you run a square pool?
- 10 How do I know if I won on Super Bowl squares?

## How do football square bets work?

Gather a group of players and ask each person to pay a set amount of money to enter the game. Assign teams and score numbers to a 10×10 grid, then have players bet on 1 square on the grid. Whoever’s numbers matches the scores for each quarter wins!

## What do football squares payout?

The most common payout is one winner for each of the first 3 quarters and a 4th winner for the final score. The payouts are typically equal. If each square is sold for $10, then each winner would receive $250. Alternatively you can scale the payouts so that the prizes go up for each quarter.

## What are the rules for squares?

The object of the game is to form a square by joining four dots. When a player draws a line that closes a square, she writes her initials inside the square and gets a bonus turn. When all possible lines have been drawn, the player with the most initialed squares is the winner.

## How do you do a 50 square football pool?

Sell each square for a set dollar amount until all squares are full, a player may buy as many squares as they wish. Once the player pays for the squares they are to write their name in the squares of their choice. If you feel 50 squares is too few or too many check out our 25 square grid and 100 square grid.

## How do you win at squares?

To win, a person needs to own the box that corresponds to the last digit of the score for each team. For instance, if the Chiefs hold a 6-0 lead after one quarter, the person who owns the square with Kansas City 6 and Tampa Bay 0 wins. That person also wins if the first quarter ends with the Buccaneers leading 10-6.

## How do you fund a football square fundraiser?

Basically, individuals sign up for a square at $10/square. At the end of each quarter/inning/ period, if your square matches the last number of each team’s score, you win! $125 per quarter, per win for the “owner” of the square, and $125 for your 2-Day fundraising.

## How are Super Bowl squares paid out?

Example of a Super Bowl Squares payout structure The most common way to structure the payout is one winner for each quarter (1st, 2nd and 3rd) and then a 4th winner for the final square. The payouts can either be equal, or increase in amount for each quarter, with the final score of the game winning the most.

## How do touch boxes work?

The most often employed addition to the standard game is winning on “touching” squares. This means the cells immediately adjacent to the winning square–both vertically and horizontally–also win. Touching squares still can occur if the winning cell is on the edge of the grid.

## How do you run a square pool?

The winning squares are determined by using the last digit of each team’s score at the end of each quarter. Example: The score at the end of the first quarter is Top Team 10 – Left Column Team 14, you would find the number 0(last digit of 10) in the top row and the number 4(last digit of 14) in the left hand column.

## How do I know if I won on Super Bowl squares?

In most Super Bowl squares, a winner will be determined at the end of the first quarter, second quarter, third quarter, plus the final game score. The winner is decided by looking at the last number in each teams’ score and then matching those digits on the grid to see where the squares intersect.