Game day is always better with a group of friends. The first choice is often a sports bar, but they tend to get crowded — you can’t see the TV, you can’t find a seat and your wing order is taking forever!

Why not stay home and enjoy the game instead? These luxury developments have the best entertaining spaces for residents to watch football, whether it be solo or hosting a group of friends.

From oversized flat screen TVs and communal seating to barbecue grills and outdoor heaters, these luxury developments are providing the most enjoyable and swanky environments to watch the big game.

Nine on The Hudson

Complete with a green terrace, large screen televisions and barbecue grills, this 278-unit condo building creates the perfect environment to cheer on your favorite football team. Plus, a communal rooftop lounge boasting private cabanas, fire-pits and outdoor heaters is the perfect spot to hangout during half time.

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Fifty Third and Eighth

Residents can host game day watch parties in the lounge, which is equipped with a kitchenette, plenty of seating and even a dining table to fit the best part of the game — the food. Residents and guests can also venture outside to the adjacent second-floor terrace during halftime to soak up what’s left of the mild months.

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Oceana Bal Harbour

This property takes Sunday football to the next level with its climate-controlled cabanas and on-demand poolside service. The expansive poolside retreats are outfitted with LCD screens, lounge seating, private kitchenettes and bathrooms, bringing the outdoors in with sea breezes and views of sun-drenched pool deck — the ideal setting for a Sunday football watch party.

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Privé at Island Estates

Boasting water views, lounge seating, billiards pool tables, surround sound and flat screens TVs, this property offers curated media rooms and social rooms that double as man caves for Sunday football hosting.

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525 West 52nd Street (525W52)

For residents looking to cheer on their favorite team, 525W52 offers a sports lounge with 5 flat-screen televisions. Football fans have access to RedZone as well as the opportunity to catch local games in the screening room while enjoying plush seating.

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This 74-story luxury condominium coming to Chicago can keep up with their team of choice in 1000M’s theater with cinema-style seating or the billiards lounge and game room. To celebrate wins, residents can head up to Club 1000 after the game, 1000M’s full-service bar and lounge on the 72nd floor with views of Chicago and Lake Michigan.

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1 Flatbush

Casual and avid football fans alike will appreciate watching games in the game room at this Hill West Architects   and Whitehall Interiors-designed apartment building in Downtown Brooklyn. The traditional and cozy-yet-spacious game room is equipped with large TVs, ample seating, a full kitchen and games.

Brickell City Centre

With spacious floor plans, oversized balconies and a barbecue, residents of REACH and RISE can host the perfect football party.Residents are also steps away from CMX’s bar, which has one the biggest screens in South Florida and endless options of drinks, cocktails and appetizers.

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33 Bond Street

Need to calm your nerves after an intense game? Step outdoors to the private elevated park to grab some wings off the grill or take in the sights of New York City’s skyline. Residents can also enjoy the Sunday Night game from this development’s screening room, which is located within the residents’ club lounge.

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