The Super Bowl is more than just a football game; it’s a cultural phenomenon, a spectacle that brings together millions of people around the world. And what better way to enhance this already thrilling experience than with a carefully-crafted drinking game tailored to the biggest moments of the evening?

Whether you’re a die-hard fan rooting for your favorite team, just in it for the commercials and halftime show, or tuning in exclusively for a glimpse of Taylor Swift, this Super Bowl drinking game is sure to add an extra layer of excitement to your viewing party. So grab your friends, stock up on your beverage choice (boozy or not), and get ready to elevate your Super Bowl viewing party with these rules that guarantee laughs, cheers, and maybe a few spilled drinks along the way.

#SpoonTip: Drinking can be fun, but be responsible. Spoon does not promote binge or underage drinking. Stay safe!

Now, onto the rules.

Predict the opening coin toss

Pick either heads or tails on the opening coin toss; if you lose, take a shot. Take a chance and see if luck is on your side.

An interception is made by either team

Take a shot to celebrate or mourn, depending on which team you’re rooting for.

The camera cuts to Taylor Swift

Many are wondering whether Taylor Swift will make an appearance or not, even though she has attended 12 Kansas City Chiefs games this season to cheer on her boyfriend, Travis Kelce. However, despite her undying support, Swift is expected to be on the other side of the world the night before, performing in Tokyo on her Era’s Tour. Fans are speculating on how Taylor can get from point A to point B from the time her show ends to kickoff at 6:30 p.m. EST. If she makes the journey to Las Vegas in time, take a sip every time she is shown.

Another celebrity in the crowd gets highlighted on camera

Take a sip anytime you spot a celebrity, besides Taylor Swift, in the crowd.

Usher brings out a guest during his halftime performance

The Super Bowl halftime show is historically the most-watched musical performance of the year. This year, Usher will take the stage and fans are wondering if he will bring out a special guest since many performers in the past have done so. If he does, take a shot and enjoy the performance.

The team you’re rooting against gets a penalty

Take a shot and revel in your opponent’s misfortune.

A field goal is missed

Take a sip and watch as the momentum of the game shifts.

Jason Kelce is spotted shirtless

The Kansas City Chiefs’ tight end’s older brother, Jason Kelce, made an appearance at the AFC Championship game to support Travis Kelce. During the game, Jason took his shirt off and hopped into the stands.

“I wanted to take everything off and be out there with the fans,” he said when talking about the moment on the brothers’ podcast New Height Show.

If Jason brings the same energy, down your drink.

There’s a tie at the end of any quarter

Take a shot and brace yourself for an intense next quarter.

Your team scores a touchdown

Finish your drink in celebration and cheer on your team.

Something goes wrong during the halftime show

There has been no shortage of mishaps during previous Super Bowl halftime performances. From Janet Jackson’s nip slip to the Red Hot Chili Peppers performing with unplugged guitars, it would come as no shock if something happened to go wrong. Take a shot if there’s a mistake during the show.

There’s a baby or animal in the commercial

Some people tend to watch the Super Bowl in anticipation of the new commercials being debuted. In the past, many of these had either babies or animals in them. Take a sip anytime an ad includes one and enjoy the cuteness overload.

A quarterback gets sacked

Take a drink and feel the tension rise as the defense makes a big play.

A coach yells at a referee

When a coach unleashes their frustration at a referee, it’s a raw display of the stakes involved in every decision on the field. As the tension rises, the coach’s outburst serves as a reminder of the immense pressure and dedication that drives every aspect of the game. Take a shot every time a coach/referee interaction gets a little too heated.

A point is scored, including safeties

Pace yourself and take a sip for each point scored.

Tony Romo correctly predicts a play

Tony Romo, retired NFL quarterback, is set to call yet another Super Bowl game. Since 2019, he has been known for correctly predicting plays 68% of the time. Finish your drink whenever Romo appears to have a crystal ball.

With these rules in place, you’re guaranteed to have a Super Bowl 2024 viewing experience unlike any other. Whether your team emerged victorious or fell just short of glory, one thing is for certain, with the help of this drinking game, you’re for sure going to have a night to remember. So here’s to the players, the fans, and the unforgettable moments that make the Super Bowl the most-watched sporting event in America.