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A family football feast at home

One of the world’s biggest sporting events is upon us – the european football championship. Take the chance to gather, watch and support your teams together. Or play a mini championship yourselves.

Living room with a tape-on-the-wall football goal, a patch of artificial grass, balls, seating and supporter paraphernalia.
Living room with a tape-on-the-wall football goal, a patch of artificial grass, balls, seating and supporter paraphernalia.

Fill the stands to the last seat

Create the sense of watching on location with seating in stadium-like levels. But don’t just rely on TV action. Tape a goal on the wall, lay a patch of indoor grass – and you can cheer on a game that’s truly played live.

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FESTLIGT 3 x 150g

FESTLIGT 3 x 150g

From 14.6. to 3.7.2021

Potato crisps salted, potato sour cream/onion 3 x 150 g

IKEA Family Price CH 8.95
Normal price CH 11.85

This offer is valid at any IKEA Swedish Food Market in Switzerland when you show your IKEA Family card/number. Subject to availability.


Snacks, prizes, first aid kit – and penalty cards

The level of involvement around sports is naturally individual. For you who go all-in, make sure to have all necessities organised. After all, the European Championship goes on for a full month. (And if you have to hand out the yellow card, use your heart.)

Stadium-styled food for (very) active supporters

Get into the spirit by serving food fit for a sports arena. A cutlery tray lets everything from popcorn to streamers follow along wherever you go.

We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.

Interior designer: Chiara Effroi Lutteri
Photographer: Simon Fritzell
Writer: Henrik Annemark