Big Game Tailgating Necessities – Home and Away


The 2014 football season is well underway, and savvy fans across the country are gathering every weekend for pigskin dominated tailgate parties either at home before a busy TV screen or at stadium parking lots from Green Bay to San Diego, South Bend to Seattle.

Tailgating used to be just a matter of gathering football fans, throwing open the back of a station wagon and firing up the charcoal grill. But, this is the 21st century, and there’s a certain amount of technology and creature comforts you’re expected to provide if you’re going to put on a successful tailgate party.

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We tackled a list below of some of the more essential (and more ambitious) items a tailgating expert needs to kick their party through the uprights.

Since we’re just about out of glib football references, let’s get to the point and see what you need for your tailgating, whether home or away: