Old Sport: Puzzles for Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day to everyone out there, whether you’re celebrating yours or celebrating being one!

My father is a big sports fan. Doesn’t matter what sport it is, he’ll watch it. Little League World Series? He’s watching it. Golf? He’s watching it. He’ll watch the FIFA World Cup even though he doesn’t even really like soccer. I’m sure if my favorite sport, Quidditch, made it onto the TV screen, he’d watch that too!

So, to celebrate my dad this Father’s Day, I’ve compiled some of our sports related puzzles. There’s tons for all your athletically-inclined lovers of the game!

What do your fathers love best, what puzzle theme would be perfect for them? Let us know in the comments!

To start, here’s a Dodgers puzzle, because that’s my dad’s team!

Pennant – Dodgers by TDC Games. 300 pieces.

Play Ball by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.

Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field 3D Puzzle by Promotional Partners Worldwide.

2011 World Series Champions – St. Louis Cardinals by White Mountain. 550 pieces.

Collector’s Closet by Springbok. 1000 pieces.

Sports Legends by White Mountain. 1000 pieces.

Texas A&M Football by Dowdle Folk Art. 500 pieces.

Wimbledon Tennis by Wentworth Wooden Puzzles. 200 pieces.

Golf Memories by White Mountain. 550 pieces.

 

One thought on “Old Sport: Puzzles for Father’s Day

  1. for my dad it was old cars – like from the ’50’s – and woodworking and country music mostly – also tv shows in general – we used to sit around and watch those in the evening and once cable came out we’d watch the old stuff. Other than football I think my mom and brother were the sports fans LOL! I did buy a sports puzzle to do in memory of my grandpa who LOVED baseball – hmm can’t find it so guess it sold out :-( it’s 300 pieces and is a large pieced one from Ravensburger – think it’s Good Old Days. I may work on that one later today.
    These are some neat ones – I love the collage puzzles and my friend is a bulldog fan – the bulldog not the baseball!

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