First of all, whether you win or lose a drinking game the odds are that you aren’t going to be in any shape to drive home, so please use a designated driver.
Now that that’s settled, we can move on to the drinking games.
After Further Review, This Football Drinking Game Stands as Called
Drinkinggamezone.com has a drinking game for the NFL that is easily adaptable to the college game.
Take one drink for each first down.
Take one drink for each penalty. Wait until the play has been reviewed since it’s much simpler to overturn a call on the field than it is to undo your blood alcohol content.
Take two drinks when the offense moves the ball 20 or more yards.
Take two drinks when the offense converts on third down and eight or longer.
Take two drinks for a big defensive tackle.
Take two drinks when the defense scores a safety.
Take three drinks for a coach’s challenge. If you guess the right call, pour three drinks for someone.
Take four drinks when your team punts.
Take four drinks for injuries — player injuries, not injuries to you and to your drinking buddies.
Take four drinks for every turnover.
Take four drinks for every noteworthy end zone celebration.
Take five drinks for a successful onside kick.
Take six drinks for each touchdown.
Take six drinks for each once-in-a-blue-moon play.
There’s Absolutely No Headbutting Allowed in This Soccer Drinking Game
Drinkinggamezone.com says this game is for the FIFA video game but anyone willing to play a drinking game isn’t exactly a stickler for society’s rules so feel free to adapt this game to your next TV viewing of a live soccer match.
Take one drink for each offside call.
Take one drink each time the ball goes out of bounds.
Take one drink for each foul.
Take two drinks if an opponent is injured.
Take two drinks for each corner kick.
Take five drinks when your opponent scores.
Take five drinks for a yellow card.
Take 10 drinks when your team misses a penalty kick.
Take 10 drinks for a red card.
Can You Pitch a Perfect Game With This Baseball Drinking Game?
Take one drink when the home plate umpire misses a call.
Take one drink for a strikeout.
Take one drink for a base hit.
Take one drink for an RBI.
Take one drink for a bunt.
Take two drinks when a batter is intentionally walked.
Take two drinks when a batter breaks his bat.
Take two drinks when the defense commits an error.
Take two drinks when the defense completes a double play.
Take three drinks when an angry player tosses his bat after striking out.
Take three drinks when a pitch hits a player.
Take three drinks when neither team scores in an inning.
Take three drinks when the defense completes a triple play.
Take four drinks or one shot when there’s a bench-clearing brawl.
Take four drinks or one shot when the umpire tosses a manager.
Take four drinks or one shot if an announcer brings up the fact that a player in the game once used steroids.
Take four drinks or one shot when a fielder dives to make a catch or steals a homerun with a catch above the wall.
Take four drinks or one shot when an alert and speedy batter scores on his inside-the-park homerun.
Take four drinks or one shot when a batter clears the bases with a grand slam.
Can You Beat the Full-Court Pressure of This Basketball Drinking Game?
The following is a slight variation of a NBA drinking game found at drinkinggamezome.com. But feel free to also use it when your favorite college team takes the floor.
Take one drink when the other team scores.
Take one shot for every x number of points the other team scores. For example, you could take a shot for every 10 points, every 20 points or for any other number you choose. Make it an easy number to work with. After a few drinks, no one is going to be able to successfully count by 17.
Take a shot for every technical foul and for every flagrant foul.
Take a shot when one of your players gets into foul trouble. You can decide what the determining number of fouls will be.
Take one shot for a buzzer beater.
Take one shot for a missed dunk or an air ball on a three-point attempt.
Take one shot when there’s a fight.
Take one drink when your team commits a foul.
Take one drink when there’s a turnover.
Take two drinks when there’s a dunk.
Take three drinks when a player makes a three-pointer.
Take three drinks when a player scores and is fouled in the act of shooting and then sinks his foul shot.
Take three drinks when a defensive player flops in an attempt to get a foul called on the opponent.
Know When to Say When During Sports Drinking Games
If players can leave the game because they don’t feel well, so can you.
Don’t give in to pressure to continue to compete in a drinking game when you know you should stop. Take care of yourself.
After all, there’s another game next week.
(And if you suffer from a hangover the following morning, check out these hangover cures to get you ready for the next game.