Our "Quarter Line" Scratch-Off Squares are completely randomized and allow for the changing of numbers for each quarter of the game. Each square is broken up into a quadrant, with the top left quadrant representing the 1st quarter, the top right quadrant representing the 2nd quarter, bottom left is for the 3rd quarter, and the bottom right is for the 4th quarter.
Below are two sample images....the first shows a full card with the first 3 boxes in the top row and left column already scratched off. The second image is an enlarged view of the upper left corner of the card. We also have the Halftime Line Squares and the normal 100 Square Grid available.
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9" x 11.5" White and Green Version
- Quarter Line- 100 Square Grid Scratch-Off
- Size: 9" x 11.5"
- High Quality - High Resolution
- Heavyweight Card Stock Paper
- Scratch-Off Covering the Numbers
All of our Scratch-Off Cards are completely random. No matter how many cards you order, it is all but impossible to receive a duplicate card.
Due to the size of the products and the ease of processing, the Scratch-Off Squares and the Large 24" x 32" Square Grids on PrintYourBrackets.com are shipped in different packages and will load into two different shopping carts, requiring separate transactions.
If you have a question please contact us and we will respond as soon as possible.
For entertainment purposes only! Check out how to use our boards for fundraisers, sales competitions, and in bars/restaurants.
How to run a Quarter Line Pool
These grids can be used for Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Hockey Game. Click the links on the right side of your screen to get detailed instructions for each sport. Once you receive your grids fill in the two team names, this is typically done by placing the home team in the top box and the away team in the box on the left side. Have participants write their name in the square or squares of their choice.
Once the grid is full simply remove the scratch off material to reveal the numbers that will be used to determine the winning squares. A winning square is a square that intersects the last digit of each team's score. There will be a winning square at the end of each quarter. With the Quarter Line Grid each person will receive 4 different sets of numbers(1 set for each quarter).