How To Include Your Kids on College Gameday Traditions

Back to the stadium!

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Now that the 2020 football season is behind us, we're ready to welcome a new college football season with open arms. Let's fill the stands and make this season one to remember! It's time to gear up to cheer on your favorite college football team from the stands this year. Do you have any family traditions you're hoping to continue this football season? Family traditions are a fun way to include your kids on all the game day activities that made you fall in love with your team from the start! Check out these easy ways you can include your kids on college game days!

KIDS GAMEDAY STYLES
KIDS GAMEDAY STYLES

1. Take them to the games

There's nothing better than experiences the excitement of the stadium with your mini me! From yelling war cries to taking your annual photo in front of the stadium, these games are sure to be memories that will last a lifetime.

KIDS GAMEDAY STYLES

2. Dress them in their favorite gameday styles

Help them dress the part in Gameday Couture kid's graphic tees that perfectly represent your team! Over 200 officially licensed collegiate teams and multiple styles to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect outfit for your little legacy - and for the parents too! Shop kid's team styles now!

KIDS GAMEDAY STYLES
KIDS GAMEDAY STYLES

3. Teach them your team's war cry

Say it with us: "Boomer Sooner", "We are... PENN STATE", "O-H-I-O", "Wooo, Pig Sooie". There's nothing better than hearing your little legacy cheer on the team you love! Teach them your team's war cry so they can participate in all the game day fun.

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4. Make it a family tradition

If 2020 didn't allow your family to carry on your normal college football traditions, make the 2021 season one to remember. After all, everyone loves a comeback! Old traditions and new traditions, they'll all be memories your little one will look back on and remember.

Watch the Q&A with Kai, from Kahri + Kai, on gameday traditions:

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