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Best Detroit Red Wings Themed Basement Fan Caves

Basements are the perfect place for a fan cave. Here’s a super collection of Detroit Red Wings-themed fan caves to get you started on your own version.

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The Detroit Red Wings were founded in 1926. They were originally called the Cougars, then the Falcons in 1930, and finally, the Red Wings beginning in 1932. Legend Gordie Howe joined the team in 1946, and in 1949, the team had their first game broadcast on television.

It’s our hunch that the first Red Wings-themed basement fan cave was built around the same time that the first game was broadcast. Fast forward to today, and here’s our pick of the best Detroit Red Wings-themed basements.

1.  The Ultimate Wing Fan

This guy has found everything related to the Red Wings and decorated his fan cave. From the Red Wings bar to the bathroom, it’s covered in red. It includes a 55-inch video display, a surround sound system, an air hockey table, and more. Completion time was two years at a cost of $25,000 to $30,000. Incredible.

Attribution: Keith Hunt – YouTube

2. Red Wings Hockey Basement

Here’s a short stairway into a basement Red Wing hockey locker room, bar, and viewing area. This is a perfect refuge for a fan to watch the big game.

Attribution: Steve Brooks – YouTube

3. Winged-out Fan Cave

This display of memorabilia earned its owner a Fan Cave of the Week distinction from the Detroit Red Wings. Everything is framed and in its place to celebrate what appears to be the full Red Wing team roster!

Attribution: Detroit Red Wings – Facebook

4. Red Wings Fan Cave of the Week

Nice clean fan cave for watching every single game—wraparound couch, great lighting, and super red and white walls with the Red Wings logo.

Attribution: Detroit Red Wings – Pinterest

5. Hockeytown Fan Cave

Incredible Red Wings colors from the couch to the walls and the ceiling tiles. We love the appropriate hockey rink coffee table to hold your snacks and beverages.

Attribution: Detroit Red Wings – Pinterest

6. Front-row Lounge Seats

These lounge chairs look super inviting for the game; the setup even includes a projection television system. The framed jerseys and logo add just the right touch.

Attribution: Detroit Red Wings Fan HQ – Pinterest

7. Fan Cave with Double Monitors

A wonderful fan cave with everything Red Wings on the walls, tables, and couches. There are a few items on the shelf under the television display as well. This would be a fantastic place to watch the games.

Attribution: Detroit Red Wings – Pinterest

8. Greatest Red Wings Fan Ever?

We’ve moved up from the basement and into the office for this incredible video. This is a true Red Wings fan that brings it to work with him. Is he the greatest Red Wings fan ever? Watch the video and you be the judge.

Attribution: PuckMark19 – YouTube

Build Your Fan Cave

Red Wings fans really went to work on these basement fan caves. They look like a superb refuge anytime the team is playing, not to mention any recorded games to fill in the gaps in their schedule.

Hopefully, they’ve provided some ideas for your own basement fan cave. Before you get started, make sure you consult the basement experts at FSM to schedule a free foundation inspection and repair quote. It’s important to keep your basement dry and healthy with reliable repair solutions so you can enjoy a comfortable and fun spot to watch the games!

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