If you are a fan of American football then you have come to the right place. We have lots of colourings, puzzles and games for you to enjoy and keep you busy.
The American football is sometimes referred to as the "pigskin" due to the earliest balls being made from a blown up pigs bladder. Modern footballs are made of leather and still have an internal bladder but this is now made of polyurethane or rubber. This great colouring page features an American football all ready to be coloured in.
This fun colouring page features an American footballers helmet and a trophy. A perfect sheet for fans of the game. Why not write your own or your teams name on the trophy?
This American football helmet is all ready to be coloured in, why not make your own design or decorate it to match your favourite teams helmet?
Why not take a relax and a break from the game and colour this detailed mindful American football helmet? Great for children and adults.
This fun colouring page is perfect for fans of American football. It features a shield to colour in and a space where you can write the name of your favourite team.
This fun American footballer is all ready to be coloured in. Why not colour and decorate it in your teams favourite colours?
This cute American footballer is just about to catch the ball in this fun colouring page. Why not colour him in your teams favourite colours?
This game is perfect for American football fans. All you need to play is to print out the sheet, cut out the pieces and grab a dice. You can make the game longer by having to roll a 3 for each of the eyes and a 5 for each of the eyebrows. We hope you have fun with the game.
Print out this fun sheet and grab two dice and you are ready to play this great game. Perfect for American football fans and those learning to add 2 dice together. You can cover up the numbers with anything you like including counters, coffee beans or scraps of paper.
Print the sheet, cut out the counters and grab a friend to play this great American football version of the classic tic tac toe.
We have created a cute American footballer poster for you to print and decorate your class or bedroom.
We have created this "F for football poster" in a flashcard style to help with word and letter recognition.
A labelled American football poster for you to download and print to decorate the classroom. Also helps with word recognition.
Can you find the way through the maze to get the players helmet in this fun puzzle? It is made easier for younger children to enjoy.
Can you get through the maze going from number 1 to 22 to find the football? This great maze is perfect for those learning number order and is also fun to complete.
Can you help the American footballer find his ball by telling him the correct path to follow? This is a fun maze for all the American football fans.
This American football maze is harder for older children to enjoy. Can you find the missing player?
Can you find all the American football words in this fun word search? To make it easier we have only included words placed either horizontal or vertical.
Can you find all the American football related words in this fun word search? Don't forget to look diagonally as well as horizontally and vertically for the words.
Can you find all 32 NFL teams in this fun word search? It's not easy and you need to look for the words horizontally, vertically, diagonally and even backwards, good luck!
Find as many words as you can following the rules provided. Don't forget you get double points for any football related word. A great puzzle to play individually or why not challenge a friend?
This American football shadow match is perfect for younger football fans. Great for practicing pencil control and improving observation skills.
Draw your own American football using the grid provided. Why not colour it in to make it extra special?
Use the grid provided to draw your own American football helmet. Copy one square at a time to make it easier.
Can you draw your own American footballer with this fun grid copy page? This isn't an easy grid copy as there is a lot of detail. Copy the drawing one square at a time to make it easier.
These snacks are a favourite at the game, can you use the grid provided to draw your own hot dog and soda? Will you put mustard or mayo on the top?
How many words can you make of two or more letters from "American Football"? A great puzzle to challenge yourself or why not complete as a class or challenge a friend?
How many of each of the American football objects can you find in this great puzzle? Why not colour as you count to make the sheet extra special?
Can you find as many words as possible using the rules provided in this fun American football themed word wheel?. There is also a 9 letter word to find.
For each of the letters of the alphabet can you think of an American football related word?
We have a bright American football helmet ready for you to colour copy. We hope you have fun colouring it in.
Can you colour the American footballer to match the already coloured one?
Can you spot all the 5 differences between the two American footballers?
This cute American footballer is all ready to be coloured in, cut out and glued down to make your very own player. There is a colour option shown but you could use your own team colours to make it unique.
Cut out the pieces of this American footballer and glue them down to make you very own player. You need to layer them up correctly to match the picture.
Can you find the American football quote by using the code breaker in this fun puzzle?
This sheet is aimed at younger children, helping with their letter and word recognition. It also has handwriting practice of the word football.
This sheet is aimed at younger children first learning their letters. There is a big letter F to finger trace and some handwriting practice of the word "football". There is also a big football that can be coloured in.
Count and colour the number of American football objects shown in this fun worksheet. This is a great first sheet to help with number recognition.
Use the template provided to design your very own American football helmet. Why not colour or decorate it to make it extra special?