Top 20 Most Creative Homecoming Poster Ideas For Soccer

Homecoming is a time when the student body comes together as one. Students band together to promote their school and their home team. During homecoming week, they attend sports games, pep rallies, and other activities that may be planned for them.

Every year, Homecoming is different since it is based on current events and activities at the school. If the soccer team hasn’t won much in recent years, the year’s homecoming often focuses on rekindling school spirit. On the other hand, other years are jam-packed with events, giving you plenty of chances to flaunt your school spirit during this week in October or November.

After decorating the school and planning everything, now is a good time to plan for the soccer homecoming posters. It’s a great idea to start planning out now and making poster boards because there are normally several weeks leading up to the big dance when students want a fun activity while still being proud of homecoming.

But don’t worry if you have no ideas at all for a soccer homecoming poster. After all, that’s why you’re reading this list of the best soccer homecoming posters.

These posters will not only uplift the team’s overall spirit, but they will also make everything about the game much more fun and unforgettable! So, join us as we suggest our top 20 creative soccer homecoming posters ideas!

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Draw ‘My …’ Homecoming Poster Idea #1

If you’re a proud mom and want to make a soccer homecoming poster that’s specially dedicated to your son or daughter, this one is for you. Draw a soccer ball on top of the poster, and write ‘pass it to my boy/girl underneath.

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Then you’ll draw a heart beside this phrase and write the number of your son/daughter in the heart with a different color, like white, for example.

Popcorn – Homecoming Poster Idea #2

Want to add some heat to the game? Draw a popcorn box on your poster and write ‘get your popcorn, we are putting on a show!’ It’s better to write ‘popcorn’ with different colors than the rest of the words (preferably yellow and red).

To show that you really mean what you wrote on the poster, grab your own popcorn and enjoy it with one hand while showing your humorous poster with the other. 

Relative – Homecoming Poster Idea #3

Whether you’re a friend, a relative, or a parent of one of the players, get your poster and write ‘I can’t keep calm, #(player’s number) is my (your relationship with the player)’. Simply put, let’s imagine your brother is player number 7. In that case, you’re going to write ‘I can’t keep calm, #7 is my brother!’ 

This is a great way to boost the confidence of the player you have a close relationship with and to also boost your enviable relationship in front of the entire audience!  

Opposition – Homecoming Poster Idea #4

If you’re bold enough and don’t care about hurting the other team’s feelings, you can draw a boot symbol on your poster and write ‘give the (opposing team’s name) the boot.’

Wheels – Homecoming Poster Idea #5

If you like the idea of taunting the opposing team with your poster, then you’re probably going to like this next one. On top of the poster, write: ‘which wheels will be taking you home?’ Draw a wheel symbol, and write ‘buckle up’ under it. 

Heat – Homecoming Poster Idea #6

Another taunting poster idea is to write ‘learn to take the heat’ with the word ‘heat’ in red flames, and then write ‘ cuz you’re about to get beat’, with the word ‘beat’ bigger than the others. 

Defeat -Homecoming Poster Idea #7

You can also draw tombstones at the bottom of the poster and write each team name that your team defeated on each tombstone. Then, write ‘rest in defeat’ on top and ‘you’re next’ under it in big red font. 

No-Fear – Homecoming Poster Idea #8

If one of the players is dear to you, like a best friend, a sibling, or a boyfriend/girlfriend, you can raise their self-esteem sky-high by writing ‘have no fear (number of the player) is here!’ You can get a little creative and write the word ‘no’ in red or make the player’s name really big for extra emphasis. 

Watch – Homecoming Poster Idea #9

Did you like the rhyme in the last poster? Here’s another idea that also rhymes. Write ‘watch the door’, write the number of the player or their name under it with big font, and write ‘is about to score’ under it. Make sure to write ‘door’ and ‘score’ with a different color to the rest of the words so everyone can quickly get it.

I Love … – Homecoming Poster Idea #10

Another way to show your love to a certain soccer player is to draw their number in the middle of the poster in large font. Then, write ‘I love the game’ on top of the number, and ‘but I love the player’ under it. 

Play With – Homecoming Poster Idea #11

In the heat of the game, players sometimes forget to keep it clean and spontaneous. So you can leave a friendly reminder to your team by writing ‘play with’ and drawing a big red heart under it.

You can play around with the same idea and make it more specific, for example, you can write the name of a certain player or their number in the heart or under it. 

Welcome … – Homecoming Poster Idea #12

There’s nothing too crazy about this one, but it still works wonders in boosting the team’s confidence. Just write ‘welcome home champions’ and that’s it. You can surely add your personal touch to it by drawing muscular arms or even the team’s emblem. 

In This House – Homecoming Poster Idea #13

In an attempt to intimidate the opposing team and cheer up your team, you can write ‘in this house’, draw your team logo under it, and write ‘we all yell go (the team’s name)’ under it. Pretty cool, right?

Number – Homecoming Poster Idea #14

If you want to show support to a certain player on the team, here’s a magical phrase to write on your homecoming poster: ‘#(number of the player) on the count, but #1 in my heart.’ for example, if the player’s number in the team is 10, you’ll write ‘#10 on the count, but #1 in my heart.’

You also want to write ‘#1’ with big, bold font, preferably with a different color. 

Hustle – Homecoming Poster Idea #15

You can uplift the spirit of your team with the most simple yet effective phrase like ‘hustle hit, never quit.’ Don’t forget to put emphasis on the word ‘never’ by writing it in a big, red font.

Let’s Go – Homecoming Poster Idea #16

Another way to uplift their spirit, particularly one of them, is by writing ‘let’s go (player’s name)’ and then write ‘I’ under it in the poster, draw a heart that has a soccer ball pattern on the right of it, and then write this player’s jersey number next to the heart. 

Fired Up – Homecoming Poster Idea #17

The game should be already heated and everyone should be excited, but it doesn’t mean you can’t add more heat to the game. A good idea would be to write ‘we are fired up’ and draw fire flames at the bottom of the poster.

Spiders – Homecoming Poster Idea #18

If the game is being held during the Halloween season, you can be funny and draw some spiders and spider nets on the poster and write ‘trick or treat, smell our bleats, jacket pride can’t be beaten.’ You can also ask the audience to repeat it as a lighthearted way to taunt the opposing team and excite your own team.

My … – Homecoming Poster Idea #19

Never underestimate a homecoming poster that is specifically made for one player, it makes them feel special, loved, and reliable.

If you have a special bond with a certain player on the team, express your love and support for them by writing ‘my’ and drawing a beautiful red heart next to it. Now you want to write ‘is on that field’ under it while making sure to put emphasis on the word ‘field’ with a bold, big font.

Finally, write the name of the player at the end with a clear font and their number next to it. An example of this would be “My (Heart drawing) is on that field, Tyler 12”

May All … – Homecoming Poster Idea #20

And last but not least, there’s nothing more beautiful and supportive than wishing the best for your team. To put that into words, write ‘may all your’ on top of the poster, draw a soccer ball that is reaching the goal in the middle of the poster, and then write ‘kicks come true’ under it.

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