Super Bowl 2022 Squares Game (Printable Downloadable Super Bowl Squares Sheet)

Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay is a 4-point favorite over the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl 56.
Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay is a 4-point favorite over the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl 56. / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Are you ready for the big game on Sunday?

Hopefully by now, you have already begun to get your plans together on how to celebrate the national holiday that is Super Bowl Sunday. All throughout the week, we'll continue to update bettors and fans alike on the latest headlines, odds, props, parlays, and more to get your bets ready to go in our BetSided Super Bowl hub with the latest lines for Rams vs. Bengals over at WynnBET Sportsbook.

However, just because we're focused on putting together a comprehensive guide to betting the Super Bowl, it doesn't mean that we're not also going to enjoy the other great wagering opportunities that come along on Sunday. One that's extremely popular amongst Super Bowl parties is the game of "Squares."

How do you play Super Bowl Squares?

To participate in a Super Bowl Squares game, you'll need a grid like the printable version seen below.

Each participant will select a square, usually by putting in their initials to mark the spot. Depending on the type of game, players can enter as many times as they like as long as they pay the entry fee per square.

Players must mark the sheet BEFORE numbers are drawn to each side. Once numbers are assigned, the numbers that correspond with your initial are your numbers for the entire game. If the scores go into double digits, the second number (eg. the "3" in "23") would represent your number.

For example, let's say you have "7" on the Rams side, and "3" on the Bengals side. If the score after the first quarter is Rams 7, Bengals 3, then your score wins for that quarter. If the final score is Rams 27, Bengals 23, then you win the fourth quarter.

If the squares sheet has blank spaces and nobody wins after a quarter, the money then rolls over to the next quarter.

Here's a sample payout structure:

  • 1st Quarter - 20%
  • 2nd Quarter - 20%
  • 3rd Quarter - 20%
  • 4th Quarter or Final Score - 40%

Super Bowl Squares Printable Sheet

Download your free Super Bowl Squares grid here and enjoy the big game!

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