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How to Make a Baseball Snack Stadium

It is baseball playoff time. Come learn how to make a Baseball Snack Stadium for your World Series watch party.


I’m a baseball fan, and the Chicago Cubs are my favorite team. They had the best record in baseball this year and are in the playoffs.

We will be hosting many watch parties in hopes of our beloved Cubbies winning the World Series.


I’ve created a football snack stadium, and now it’s time for a baseball-themed snack stadium.

Below I will show you how to make your own baseball snack stadium along with ideas for throwing a baseball-themed party, along with free baseball party printables.

DIY Baseball Snack Stadium

I did not have to spend too much on this project. I just purchased two 20″ x 30″ foam boards and some food containers.

The plastic containers were purchased from Dollar Tree. Get the directions at the bottom of this post.

I already had some white utility tape on hand from my other snack stadiums.

This baseball snack stadium went together in under an hour. This snackdium and be stored for use year after year!


How to Host a Baseball Party

Throw a baseball party to cheer on your favorite team or to celebrate a birthday with these free party printables.

The centerpiece of the party was the snack stadium. After I created the stadium, I made some printables to decorate it with. I created blue and red strips with baseballs to adorn the outside of the stadium and the back of the bleachers. While this is not a replica of Wrigley Field, I did print out copies of ivy over brick to place on the outfield wall. I also created a small W flag to fly over the stadium. The link to the snack stadium decorations is near the bottom of the post.


I filled the infield with guacamole and placed salsa in the bases. Tortilla chips made up the outfield. Popcorn and peanuts filled the outfield bleachers. Party attendees will also love Bacon Mac & Cheese Cupcakes.

Other great party food includes Pizza Bite Stackers and Team Colors Snack Mix.


You can’t go to the stadium without having a hot dog, so they were included in our party. Condiments were served in shot glasses. There were veggies and Ranch Bacon Cream Cheese Dip in a baseball mitt dip tray, water bottles with cute baseball labels, sunflower seeds, candy, and cupcakes with baseball picks in them. 


Free Sports Party Decor

Decorations included many of our Cubbie decor. The party was laid out on some old baseball fabric I have. I grabbed the free baseball banners here and created the water bottle labels and food picks myself. You can download those here and the baseball stadium decorations here (automatic download when clicked). The baseball plates were created by drawing red stitching onto a white paper plate.

Sports fans will love throwing a Football Party with its own snack stadium.

Are you a baseball fan? Which team would you celebrate with a baseball party?

Yield: 1 stadium

DIY Baseball Snack Stadium

DIY Baseball Snack Stadium

Create this fun and easy Baseball Snack Stadium for your next watch party

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 50 minutes
Additional Time 5 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Difficulty medium easy
Estimated Cost $10


  • two 20″x30″ foam boards
  • white utility tape
  • one square food container
  • four small food containers


  • ruler or straight-edge
  • pencil
  • box cutters
  • glue or tape


  1. Mark the cutting lines on your foam boards using your straight edge using the following plans. 
    Note: The dotted lines are for wall placement, so do not cut along them.
  2. Carefully cut out the following foam stadium pieces using the box cutters.
    (1 - field base) 20"x20" w/ 7" diagonal
    (2 - field walls) 3"x20.75"
    (2 - outer outfield walls) 7"x13"
    (2 - inner outfield walls) 5"x12"
    (1 - outer centerfield wall) 7"x9.25"
    (4 - outfield inserts) 3"x5"7"
    (1 - inner centerfield wall) 5"x6.25".
  3. Your pieces will look like this.
  4. Assemble the outfield walls and attach them to the base using the white utility tape. Continue assembly of the entire stadium, as shown in this video.
  5. Reinforce all the edges with tape.
  6. Add the infield containers.
  7. Decorate with stadium decorations. Bonus: party decorations


I printed out a picture of ivy to decorate the outfield walls like Wrigley Field. I did not include that with my free download since I did not create them.

I'd love to see your creations! Please share them on Pinterest.

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Courtney Ludwig

Saturday 4th of May 2019

Thanks! I'm using this idea to use at our baseball themed Teacher Appreciation week. We are doing a 7th Inning Stretch Concession Stand and this will be perfect to hold popcorn, peanuts, and Cracker-Jax. Can I share your post on my blog? #GoCubsGo

Diana Rambles

Sunday 5th of May 2019

Can't wait to see it. #GoCubsGo


Monday 7th of January 2019

Great work! Thank you for sharing. Where can I get the printings for decoration? Thank you!

Diana Rambles

Wednesday 9th of January 2019

Daniel, They can be downloaded from the bottom of the post.


Wednesday 7th of June 2017

How did you get the green "grass" outfield? I love this idea! I plan to make this for my son's birthday this October!

Diana Rambles

Saturday 10th of June 2017

The green ivy on the outfield walls was just a stock image I printed out from the internet and taped together on the walls. I hope your son has a great October!


Friday 7th of October 2016

This is SUPER cute! Go cubbies!

Diana Rambles

Friday 7th of October 2016

The game is about to start and I am so excited!!


Friday 7th of October 2016

How cool is this!!! i think I need to get creative now for when my husband and son are watching the game.

Diana Rambles

Friday 7th of October 2016

The game is about to start and our stadium is full of snacks.

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