Football Charcuterie Board

4 from 3 votes

No matter what team you are cheering for this Football Charcuterie Board is perfect for any game day or Super Bowl celebration! Football charcuterie Boards are perfect for entertaining and if you ask me are a complete meal too! Especially when you add all your favorites.

Super cute right?

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Ok, Here is how I made the Football charcuterie board!

Ingredients for Football Charcuterie Board

  • 2 lb cheese cubed and triangle
  • 2 lb salami
  • 2 lb pepperoni
  • 8 oz dill pickles
  • 16 oz pretzels
  • 16 oz peanuts
  • 16 oz cashews love the toasted coconut
  • 16 oz wheat thins or any crackers

Photo Step by Step Football Charcuterie Board

Grab that large Charcuterie style board. I love this wine barrel lazy susan. The wine barrel gives it a little edge so nothing accidentally falls off, and the lazy susan style is perfect for serving!

I have linked my board HERE for you along with a few others if you are looking for a new one.

You will want to start building the goal post first. I use pepper jack because we love it. But you could use any style of cheese you like. I just think the white cheese looks best. The goal post is the foundation for the board. So start with building that first. Start with the bottom post and use triangle cut cheese and layer and build. This helps to add dimension.

Then take square pieces and place side by side layering to add dimension.

As you can see at the bottom of the goal post, I cut the cheese into a rectangle just to give it a more realistic look. There are no rules with this, but I have found that layering makes all the difference as it adds dimension to your goal post and board. Once you have the goal post complete start tucking in different meats, nuts, and pickles.

Again no rules to what goes where – I like to keep my nuts at the bottom of the board. Then the crackers, pretzels and pickles towards to the top of the board, but completely up to you!

I love using baby dill pickles. But make sure after you drain them from the jar you take a paper towel and dry them off. You don't want pickle juice running everywhere!

See how fun it turned out! There is no way to mess this up! Just build from goal post as the foundation and layer with favorites from there.

Feel free to get super creative with this Football Charcuterie Board. Think of all the possibilities!

Video Tutorial Football Charcuterie Board

For those of you who love a step by step video tutorial here is one for you!

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Football Charcuterie Board

Enjoy friends!

Football Charcuterie Board

Football Charcuterie Board
4 from 3 votes
Prep Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Appetizer
Cuisine American
Servings 6
Calories 3475 kcal


  • Super Bowl Board


  • 2 lb cheese cubed and triangle
  • 2 lb salami
  • 2 lb pepperoni
  • 8 oz dill pickles
  • 16 oz pretzels
  • 16 oz peanuts
  • 16 oz cashews love the toasted coconut
  • 16 oz wheat thins or any crackers


  • Grab a large lazy susan style round board
  • Prepare your meats and cheese. Cutting some cheese in squares and some in triangles – I buy mine precut squares making this part super simple
  • First make your goal post with cheese
  • then add meat, cheeses, nuts and pickles around
  • Enjoy!



Love having a lazy susan style charcuterie board for this makes it super easy to serve this way. Also love the wine barrel lazy susan as it gives it s nice lip so nothing falls off. When you start building this Football Charcuterie Board start with the cheese goal post and work from there. This will help to build a foundation for the board allowing your to build out with favorite crackers, meats, pickles and nuts. 


Calories: 3475kcalCarbohydrates: 157gProtein: 145gFat: 258gSaturated Fat: 88gPolyunsaturated Fat: 34gMonounsaturated Fat: 102gTrans Fat: 2gCholesterol: 417mgSodium: 8617mgPotassium: 2375mgFiber: 17gSugar: 17gVitamin A: 1584IUVitamin C: 3mgCalcium: 1312mgIron: 18mg
Keyword Football Charcuterie Board
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