Game Day Kits for Every Fan

January 01, 2015
As of this year, football fans are only allowed to bring a clear plastic gallon size bag into professional games. No more purses or backpacks—however, women are allowed to bring small clutches (no bigger than their hand) for more personal items. Gallon size Ziploc® brand bags are the unofficial bag to bring—plus they’re cheaper than buying a team-branded bag. To keep you from feeling limited, we’ve broken down different bags for different fans. Every enthusiast will have exactly what they need to get through the game—even if it’s just cotton candy.     

Edward freezerhands

It’s easy to underestimate how cold it can get sitting on hards seats in a breezy stadium (especially while getting ready in a warm home). Bring these extra warm items to stay extra warm.

  • Extra pair of gloves
  • Hand warmers
  • Neck warmer
  • Tea bags (hot water, anyone?)
  • Extra socks
  • Tissues
What’s In Your Fan Bag?


Fan in the making

Little fans are the best fans. Until they get bored. Or cold. Stay ahead of the game by packing these cold tacklers and boredom busters.

  • Wipes
  • Crayons
  • Coloring book
  • Toys
  • Mini binoculars
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
What’s In Your Fan Bag?


Eat Breathe Sleep Football

Make sure the superfan has everything they need for every possible play (happening in every possible game at that moment). Pssst! Those eye drops are for the dust that seems to settle at the end of every victory.

  • Binoculars
  • Stat sheet
  • Pencil
  • Am/fm headphones
  • On-the-go phone charger
  • Calculator
  • Throat drops
  • Eye drops
  • Extra facepaint
  • Hat
What’s In Your Fan Bag?


I’m just here for the cotton candy

One person’s professional football game is another person’s professional snack game. And don’t they deserve to enjoy it just as much as the next fan?
Heartburn medication 
What’s In Your Fan Bag?