The biggest U.S. sports event of the year takes place next weekend. While our home team, the Philadelphia Eagles, will not be playing this year, you can still tackle the big game -- Cumberland Valley style!


Even if your team is not playing, watching the game is more fun when you pick a team to root for! Head on over to Bleacher Bums in the Capital City Mall to find gear to support the Chiefs or the 49ers. Jerseys, hats, t-shirts, and décor are all available to rep and show up to your Super Bowl party with style. Whether you rock the red and yellow or the red and gold, Bleacher Bums will certainly have something for you.


Food is at the top of the list for a great Big Game party. Luckily, Cumberland Valley has some delicious food options to have a taste of home while watching the game.

There is nothing more traditional than watching football while eating wings. Luckily, Brewhouse Grille in Camp Hill is the perfect spot to do both. Order from a great appetizer menu and enjoy the game with gastropub food.

Head on over to Enola and catch the game at Al’s of Hampden. With over 100 beers on tap and a pizza menu that includes a wide variety of toppings and styles, this will be the perfect atmosphere to watch the game or takeout and enjoy at home. While you are there, sign up for a passport and make a check-in along the Cumberland Valley Beer Trail!

Flinchy’s is another sports bar that serves classic American food. It is great for watching the game, and its wide appetizer and dinner menu will alleviate your hunger as you cheer on the game.

Check out Mouthwatering Pizza in Cumberland Valley for more takeout options or delivery options!

Don’t forget about the most important part of the meal -- dessert! At Pennsylvania Bakery and Massimo's Italian Bakery, you can pick up delicious baked goods to satisfy your sweet tooth. 

Bet On It?

If you have a good feeling about the game's outcome, go to PARX Casino Shippensburg and place a wager at PARX’s sportsbook. If you have a Gambling Problem, call 1-800-Gambler. 

Whether you're watching for the commercials, Usher, or for the game, enjoy the Super Bowl!