FNAF Coloring Pages (Five Nights at Freddy’s Free PDF Downloads)

You are here: Home » Coloring » FNAF Coloring Pages (Five Nights at Freddy’s Free PDF Downloads)


Share with friends!

Step into the eerie and exciting world of Five Nights at Freddy’s with our FNAF coloring pages! Perfect for fans of the popular horror game series, this collection features all your favorite characters, from Freddy Fazbear to Chica and Foxy. Whether you’re a longtime fan or new to the franchise, our coloring pages offer a thrilling way to bring the spooky animatronics to life with your unique touch. Grab your coloring tools and get ready for a fun and frightful creative adventure!

FNAF coloring pages featured image

NOTE: This post may contain affiliate links. Read the disclosure for details.

All About Five Nights at Freddy’s

In Five Nights at Freddy’s, players assume the role of a night security guard at a fictional family pizza restaurant called Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza. The establishment is reminiscent of Chuck E. Cheese’s or ShowBiz Pizza Place, featuring animatronic characters that entertain children during the day.

The game’s primary objective is to survive five nights, from midnight to 6 AM, while being alone in the security office.

Here’s a detailed scenario of what players typically experience:

Night 1:

  • Setting: The game begins in the security office, equipped with a fan, a desk, and various security monitors. The office has two doors on either side, each with a light and a door button for security purposes.
  • Phone Call: Players receive a call from the previous night guard, who provides guidance on the job and explains the situation. He mentions that animatronics wander at night because their servos lock up if left for too long.
  • Threats: Initially, the animatronics, including Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie the Bunny, Chica the Chicken, and Foxy the Pirate Fox, remain relatively inactive, offering players time to adjust to the game’s mechanics.

Subsequent Nights:

  • Increased Activity: As the nights progress, the animatronics become more active and aggressive. They leave their stages and roam the building, making their way towards the security office.
  • Monitoring: Players must constantly monitor the security cameras to track the animatronics’ movements. The cameras provide a grainy and sometimes static-filled view, adding to the tension.
  • Resource Management: Each door and light uses a limited power supply. Players must balance the use of these resources to avoid being left in the dark and defenseless.
  • Jump Scares: If an animatronic manages to reach the security office while the doors are open, they will jumpscare the player, resulting in a game over.

Animatronic Behavior:

  • Bonnie and Chica: These characters approach from the left and right halls, respectively. They tend to move unpredictably, requiring frequent camera checks.
  • Foxy: Foxy remains behind the curtain in Pirate Cove but will start to peek out if not frequently monitored. If ignored for too long, he will sprint down the hall to the security office.
  • Freddy: Freddy becomes more active in later nights, often moving in the dark. His approach is quieter and more challenging to track.

Final Night (Night 5):

  • Peak Challenge: The animatronics are at their most aggressive. Players must utilize all the skills they’ve developed to survive.
  • Atmosphere: The tension is at its highest, with frequent jumpscares, eerie noises, and occasional hallucinations.

End Game:

  • Completion: Surviving all five nights (and potentially additional bonus nights) rewards players with a paycheck and the satisfaction of having outlasted the animatronic horrors.
  • Lore: Throughout the game, subtle hints and hidden lore pieces provide a deeper understanding of the dark history behind Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza and its animatronic inhabitants.

Overall, Five Nights at Freddy’s combines resource management, strategic planning, and horror elements to create a suspenseful and immersive experience.

While you’re here, check out our other fun video game coloring pages!

Here’s a list of some of the main characters from the Five Nights at Freddy’s series:

  1. Freddy Fazbear – The main animatronic bear and the mascot of Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza.
  2. Bonnie the Bunny – A blue animatronic bunny with a red bowtie.
  3. Chica the Chicken – An animatronic chicken with a bib that says “Let’s Eat!”
  4. Foxy the Pirate Fox – A tattered animatronic fox with an eyepatch and a hook for a hand.
  5. Golden Freddy – A golden version of Freddy Fazbear that appears as a hallucination.
  6. Toy Freddy – A newer version of Freddy Fazbear with a more toy-like appearance.
  7. Toy Bonnie – A blue, toy version of Bonnie the Bunny.
  8. Toy Chica – A toy version of Chica the Chicken, often seen holding a cupcake.
  9. Mangle – A mangled, toy version of Foxy, often appearing disassembled.
  10. Balloon Boy (BB) – A human-like animatronic that carries balloons and laughs.
  11. The Puppet (Marionette) – A black-and-white puppet-like animatronic.
  12. Springtrap – A decayed and withered version of Bonnie, with a human corpse inside.
  13. Circus Baby – The main animatronic in Sister Location, with a clown-like appearance.
  14. Ballora – A ballerina animatronic from Sister Location.
  15. Funtime Freddy – A white-and-pink version of Freddy with a hand puppet named Bon-Bon.
  16. Funtime Foxy – A white-and-pink version of Foxy from Sister Location.
  17. Ennard – A hybrid animatronic made from parts of other animatronics in Sister Location.
  18. Nightmare Freddy – A terrifying, nightmare version of Freddy Fazbear.
  19. Nightmare Bonnie – A nightmare version of Bonnie the Bunny.
  20. Nightmare Chica – A nightmare version of Chica the Chicken.
  21. Nightmare Foxy – A nightmare version of Foxy the Pirate Fox.
  22. Nightmare Fredbear – A nightmare version of Golden Freddy.
  23. Nightmare – A dark, shadowy version of Nightmare Fredbear.
  24. Plushtrap – A small, plush version of Springtrap.
  25. Nightmarionne – A nightmare version of the Puppet.

How to Get Started

To download any of the printables below is as easy as 1-2-3:

  1. Download: Choose the printable design that resonates with you. Click on the image.
  2. Print: The PDF file will automatically open. Print the PDF file on your printer.
  3. Start creating and/or using the PDF printable. Enjoy!

Each PDF download is created for standard US letter size; however, they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes.

Terms of Use: Our coloring pages and printables are for personal use only. Print as many copies as you need for your kids, students, after-school group, church group, etc. To share, please share a link to this page. Please do not sell, email, share digital copies online, or distribute them for any other purpose. Thank you!


Let’s start coloring!

Super Freddy Fazbear Holding Microphone
Super Freddy Fazbear Holding Microphone
Springtrap FNAF coloring page
Springtrap FNAF coloring page
Mr. Cupcake FNAF
Mr. Cupcake from FNAF
Mini Golden Freddie FNAF
Mini Golden Freddie
Marionette the Puppet headshot from Five Nights at Freddy's
Marionette the Puppet headshot from Five Nights at Freddy’s
Mangle the Fox FNAF
Mangle the Fox from FNAF
Let's Party Chica the Chicken FNAF coloring page
Let’s Party Chica the Chicken FNAF coloring page
Golden Bear FNAF
Golden Bear from FNAF
Freddy Fazbear's Pizza FNAF
Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza
Freddy Fazbear's Pizza 1987
Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza 1987
Freddy Fazbear's performing
Freddy Fazbear’s performing
Freddy Fazbear pizza
Freddy Fazbear pizza
Freddy Fazbear
Freddy Fazbear
FNAF Fox
FNAF Fox
Foxy the Fox FNAF
Foxy the Fox FNAF
FNAF Deteriorating Bonnie
FNAF Deteriorating Bonnie
FNAF characters
FNAF characters
Easy to Color Mr. Cupcake FNAF
Easy to Color Mr. Cupcake FNAF

Go to All the Coloring Page Categories

FNAF coloring pages pinterest image

Creative Coloring Ideas

Whether you’re a teacher looking for an educational activity, a parent helping your child learn about fascinating animals, cartoon characters, unicorns, places, community service jobs, or other things, or an adult who loves the therapeutic task of coloring, our free coloring pages can provide hours of engaging entertainment and valuable information as a starting point. You will find something that sparks your interest!

Getting started doesn’t take much—just a few supplies and some creativity.

So grab your crayons, markers, or colored pencils, and get excited about coloring and letting your imagination flow! You can even get a lap desk and take your coloring pages to enjoy in the car or while waiting your turn at an appointment!

Each coloring page is for personal, non-commercial use only. Read the specific terms of use here.

Want to share our coloring pages with your friends? That’s great! Thank you! We ask that you share the website instead of the coloring pages; they can download as many as they like!

You might also like the following free coloring pages

More reader’s favorites

Looking for calendars, learning activities, and other fun printables? We’ve got you covered!

Browse our coloring pages, calendars, and printables library by clicking the image below!

Coloring menu category simplylovecoloring.com 3
Calendar menu category simplylovecoloring.com 3
Printables menu category simplylovecoloring.com 3
Simply Love Coloring Printer Logo

We’re a printables site, so of course, we have a favorite printer our team uses daily! Check it out here!

children sitting around table coloring pictures together

Meet the Simply Love Coloring Team

Great things happen when a work team grows into a friendship, and minds come together! Read more about us here.

We’re on an unstoppable mission to build the world’s most prominent website of free coloring pages and printables!

Want a quick note when we add new printables and coloring pages? Get on the email list here to know when new free downloads are ready!


Share with friends!