Tip #1: Bring food that will travel well. I like to package all of my ingredients in plastic bags and containers. That way, I can throw everything out when I'm done. No need to worry about washing anything after the game (or the next day)!
Tip #2: You want food that is portable, you don't need a knife & fork to eat, and something that will give you a nice base to carry you through the game so that you don't spend a ton of money inside the stadium. My SBR Chipotle Chicken Tacos will do the trick!
Tip #3: Stay hydrated with your favorite beverage! If you're a beer drinker, this is not the time for IPAs or heavy beers. You want something that will go the distance. It's a marathon, not a sprint!
Tip #4: Give yourself plenty of time to get into the game for kickoff. There's a bit of a cattle-call to get in, so plan ahead.
Tip #5: Stay patriotic! Take your hat off, be quiet, respectful, and ALWAYS cheer loudly for the USA!
Tip #6: Go to game with FUN people! Nobody likes a Debbie Downer.
Tip #7: If you happen to still be hungry during the game, stick to foods that are local to the area. This is Philly-- we love cheesesteaks and Chickies Crab Fries. This isn't the time for frozen chicken fingers.
Tip #8: If your team happens to lose, don't desert them. Stay true to your roots, the team, and stick it out until the end even if everyone else starts to leave early.
Tip #9: If you're still hungry after the game, eat some more! There is no shame in polishing off a few more SBR Chipotle Chicken Tacos in the parking lot instead of sitting in traffic.