Fuel the Team with Soccer Party Food

Soccer Cake PanWhen you are “trapping” the soccer players to stop for a moment for a little nourishment, they’ll be delighted when you serve soccer ball cake and ice cream! A Soccer Ball Cake Pan includes easy-to-follow directions.

To make the cake a real standout, cover the food table with either grass green floral sheeting creating a clever surface that resembles the playing surface of a soccer game. Place the baked and cooled cake in the center. Decorate the cake, and then use white athletic tape or white piped frosting to create touchlines, a halfway mark, goal lines, a center mark, penalty area, and a corner arc. The other food can then be placed on the table around the cake.

If you are serving more people than can be accommodated by one boxed mix, which is what this pan calls for, we recommend that you simply bake extra cupcakes, or an extra rectangular cake. All can be frosted in matching frosting, and cut and served behind the scenes.


As the excitement is so high at children’s birthday parties, most children under the age of 10 will eat very little, and the waste can be disheartening. If you are entertaining a younger crowd, schedule your party during a time when parents will not expect that their children will eat a meal…and serve only cake, ice cream, and a few other munchies such as popcorn, cheese balls, grapes or M&Ms.

If you are serving a meal, serve typical “sports spectator” concession stand food – hot dogs, nachos, soft pretzels, pizza, chips, popcorn, and snow cones. Use Die-Cut Shimmer Stars to label each dish with a creative name. Dribble Dogs (hot dogs), Heading Burgers (hamburgers), Noggin’ Nachos, Striker Snow Cones, Passing Pizza, and Corner Kicks (corn chips) would all be fun to serve and eat! The leftover shimmer stars can be used to create place cards for each all-star at the party!

Serve your party food on a Championship Soccer Tableware Ensemble!

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