Super Bowl Winners
Statistic Verification
Source: Nation Football League (NFL)
The Super Bowl is an annual American football game that determines the champion of the National Football League (NFL). The contest is held in an American city that is chosen three to four years beforehand, usually in warm-weather or domed sites. Since 1971, the winner of the American Football Conference (AFC) Championship Game has faced the winner of the National Football Conference (NFC) Championship Game in the culmination of the NFL playoffs. Before the 1970 merger between the American Football League (AFL) and the National Football League (NFL), the two leagues met in four such contests. The first two were known as the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game.” Super Bowl III in 1969 was the first such game that carried the “Super Bowl” moniker, the names “Super Bowl I” and “Super Bowl II” were retroactively applied to the first two games. The NFC leads in Super Bowl wins with 25, while the AFC has won 21.
Game Date Winning Team Score Losing Team Venue
XLVIII Feb 2, 2014 Seattle Seahawks 43-8 Denver Broncos MetLife Stadium
XLVII Feb 3, 2013 Baltimore Ravens  34-31 San Francisco 49ers Mercedes Benz Superdome
XLVI Feb 5, 2012 New York Giants  21–17 New England Patriots  Lucas Oil Stadium
XLV Feb 6, 2011 Green Bay Packers 31–25 Pittsburgh Steelers  Cowboys Stadium
XLIV Feb 7, 2010 New Orleans Saints 31–17 Indianapolis Colts  Sun Life Stadium
XLIII Feb 1, 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers  27–23 Arizona Cardinals Raymond James Stadium
XLII Feb 3, 2008 New York Giants 17–14 New England Patriots  University of Phoenix Stadium
XLI Feb 4, 2007 Indianapolis Colts  29–17 Chicago Bears  Dolphin Stadium
XL Feb 5, 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers 21–10 Seattle Seahawks Ford Field
XXXIX Feb 6, 2005 New England Patriots  24–21 Philadelphia Eagles  ALLTEL Stadium
XXXVIII Feb 1, 2004 New England Patriots  32–29 Carolina Panthers Reliant Stadium
XXXVII Jan 26, 2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48–21 Oakland Raiders  Qualcomm Stadium
XXXVI Feb 3, 2002 New England Patriots  20–17 St. Louis Rams  Louisiana Superdome 
XXXV Jan 28, 2001 Baltimore Ravens 34–7  New York Giants Raymond James Stadium
XXXIV Jan 30, 2000 St. Louis Rams  23–16 Tennessee Titans Georgia Dome 
XXXIII Jan 31, 1999 Denver Broncos  34–19 Atlanta Falcons Pro Player Stadium
XXXII Jan 25, 1998 Denver Broncos 31–24 Green Bay Packers  Qualcomm Stadium
XXXI Jan 26, 1997 Green Bay Packers  35–21 New England Patriots  Louisiana Superdome 
XXX Jan 28, 1996 Dallas Cowboys  27–17 Pittsburgh Steelers  Sun Devil Stadium
XXIX Jan 29, 1995 San Francisco 49ers  49–26 San Diego Chargers Joe Robbie Stadium
XXVIII Jan 30, 1994 Dallas Cowboys  30–13 Buffalo Bills  Georgia Dome
XXVII Jan 31, 1993 Dallas Cowboys  52–17 Buffalo Bills  Rose Bowl 
XXVI Jan 26, 1992 Washington Redskins  37–24 Buffalo Bills  Metrodome
XXV Jan 27, 1991 New York Giants  20–19 Buffalo Bills  Tampa Stadium 
XXIV Jan 28, 1990 San Francisco 49ers  55–10 Denver Broncos  Louisiana Superdome 
XXIII Jan 22, 1989 San Francisco 49ers  20–16 Cincinnati Bengals  Joe Robbie Stadium
XXII Jan 31, 1988 Washington Redskins  42–10 Denver Broncos  Jack Murphy Stadium
XXI Jan 25, 1987 New York Giants 39–20 Denver Broncos  Rose Bowl 
XX Jan 26, 1986 Chicago Bears 46–10 New England Patriots  Louisiana Superdome 
XIX Jan 20, 1985 San Francisco 49ers  38–16 Miami Dolphins  Stanford Stadium
XVIII Jan 22, 1984 Los Angeles Raiders  38–9  Washington Redskins  Tampa Stadium
XVII Jan 30, 1983 Washington Redskins  27–17 Miami Dolphins  Rose Bowl 
XVI Jan 24, 1982 San Francisco 49ers 26–21 Cincinnati Bengals Pontiac Silverdome
XV Jan 25, 1981 Oakland Raiders 27–10 Philadelphia Eagles Louisiana Superdome 
XIV Jan 20, 1980 Pittsburgh Steelers  31–19 Los Angeles Rams Rose Bowl 
XIII Jan 21, 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers  35–31 Dallas Cowboys  Orange Bowl 
XII Jan 15, 1978 Dallas Cowboys  27–10 Denver Broncos Louisiana Superdome
XI Jan 9, 1977 Oakland Raiders  32–14 Minnesota Vikings  Rose Bowl
X Jan 18, 1976 Pittsburgh Steelers  21–17 Dallas Cowboys  Orange Bowl 
IX Jan 12, 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers 16–6  Minnesota Vikings  Tulane Stadium 
VIII Jan 13, 1974 Miami Dolphins  24–7  Minnesota Vikings  Rice Stadium
VII Jan 14, 1973 Miami Dolphins  14–7  Washington Redskins Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 
VI Jan 16, 1972 Dallas Cowboys  24–3  Miami Dolphins Tulane Stadium 
V Jan 17, 1971 Baltimore Colts  16–13  Dallas Cowboys Orange Bowl 
IV Jan 11, 1970 Kansas City Chiefs  23–7  Minnesota Vikings Tulane Stadium
III Jan 12, 1969 New York Jets 16–7  Baltimore Colts Orange Bowl 
II Jan 14, 1968 Green Bay Packers  33–14 Oakland Raiders Orange Bowl
I Jan 15, 1967 Green Bay Packers 35–10 Kansas City Chiefs Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Appearances Team Wins Losses Most Recent Appearance
8 Pittsburgh Steelers 6 2 2010
8 Dallas Cowboys 5 3 1995
7 New England Patriots 3 4 2011
6 San Francisco 49ers 5 1 2012
6 Denver Broncos 2 4 1998
5 Green Bay Packers 4 1 2010
5 New York Giants 4 1 2011
5 Washington Redskins 3 2 1991
5 Los Angeles / Oakland Raiders 3 2 2002
5 Miami Dolphins 2 3 1984
4 Baltimore / Indianapolis Colts 2 2 2009
4 Minnesota Vikings 0 4 1976
4 Buffalo Bills 0 4 1993
3 Los Angeles / St. Louis Rams 1 2 2001
2 Kansas City Chiefs 1 1 1969
2 Baltimore Ravens 2 0 2012
2 Chicago Bears 1 1 2006
2 Seattle Seahawks 1 1 2014
2 Cincinnati Bengals 0 2 1988
2 Philadelphia Eagles 0 2 2004
1 New York Jets 1 0 1968
1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 0 2002
1 New Orleans Saints 1 0 2009
1 San Diego Chargers 0 1 1994
1 Atlanta Falcons 0 1 1998
1 Tennessee Titans 0 1 1999
1 Carolina Panthers 0 1 2003
1 Arizona Cardinals 0 1 2008
0 Cleveland Browns 0 0 N/A
0 Detroit Lions 0 0 N/A
0 Jacksonville Jaguars 0 0 N/A
0 Houston Texans 0 0 N/A
This is a list of National Football League (NFL) champions before the 1970 AFL–NFL merger. Since the completion of the merger in 1970, the Super Bowl has served as the NFL championship game. Unlike the Super Bowl, which is contested at a venue selected years in advance, NFL championship games from 1933 to 1969 took place at the home field of one of the competing teams.
Season Date Winning Team Score Losing Team Location
1965 Jan 2, 1966 Green Bay Packers 23–12 Cleveland Browns Lambeau Field
1964 Dec 27 Cleveland Browns 27–0 Baltimore Colts Cleveland Municipal Stadium 
1963 Dec 29 Chicago Bears 14–10 New York Giants Wrigley Field 
1962 Dec 30 Green Bay Packers 16–7 New York Giants Yankee Stadium
1961 Dec 31 Green Bay Packers 37–0 New York Giants "New" City Stadium
1960 Dec 26 Philadelphia Eagles 17–13 Green Bay Packers Franklin Field
1959 Dec 27 Baltimore Colts 31–16 New York Giants Memorial Stadium
1958 Dec 28 Baltimore Colts 23–17 (OT) New York Giants Yankee Stadium
1957 Dec 29 Detroit Lions 59–14 Cleveland Browns Briggs Stadium 
1956 Dec 30 New York Giants 47–7 Chicago Bears Yankee Stadium
1955 Dec 26 Cleveland Browns 38–14 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 
1954 Dec 26 Cleveland Browns 56–10 Detroit Lions Cleveland Municipal Stadium 
1953 Dec 27 Detroit Lions 17–16 Cleveland Browns Briggs Stadium 
1952 Dec 21 Detroit Lions 17–7 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Municipal Stadium 
1951 Dec 23 Los Angeles Rams 24–17 Cleveland Browns Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 
1950 Dec 24 Cleveland Browns 30–28 Los Angeles Rams Cleveland Municipal Stadium 
1949 Dec 18 Philadelphia Eagles 14–0 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
1948 Dec 19 Philadelphia Eagles 7–0 Chicago Cardinals Shibe Park
1947 Dec 28 Chicago Cardinals 28–21 Philadelphia Eagles Comiskey Park
1946 Dec 15 Chicago Bears 24–14 New York Giants Polo Grounds 
1945 Dec 16 Cleveland Rams 15–14 Washington Redskins Cleveland Municipal Stadium
1944 Dec 17 Green Bay Packers 14–7 New York Giants Polo Grounds 
1943 Dec 26 Chicago Bears 41–21 Washington Redskins Wrigley Field
1942 Dec 13 Washington Redskins 14–6 Chicago Bears Griffith Stadium 
1941 Dec 21 Chicago Bears 37–9 New York Giants Wrigley Field
1940 Dec 8 Chicago Bears 73–0 Washington Redskins Griffith Stadium
1939 Dec 10 Green Bay Packers 27–0 New York Giants Dairy Bowl
1938 Dec 11 New York Giants 23–17 Green Bay Packers Polo Grounds 
1937 Dec 12 Washington Redskins 28–21 Chicago Bears Wrigley Field
1936 Dec 13 Green Bay Packers 21–6 Boston Redskins Polo Grounds 
1935 Dec 15 Detroit Lions 26–7 New York Giants University of Detroit Stadium
1934 Dec 9 New York Giants 30–13 Chicago Bears Polo Grounds 
1933 Dec 17 Chicago Bears 23–21 New York Giants Wrigley Field
From 1920–1932, the league champion was determined by a team’s win–loss percentage, with tied games omitted. In 1932, because of a tie in the final standings, a playoff game was played to determine the championship.
Season Team Win Loss Tie
1932 Chicago Bears
7
1
6
1931 Green Bay Packers 
12
2
0
1930 Green Bay Packers 
10
3
1
1929 Green Bay Packers
12
0
1
1928 Providence Steam Roller
8
1
2
1927 New York Giants
11
1
1
1926 Frankford Yellow Jackets
14
1
2
1925 Chicago Cardinals
11
2
1
1924 Cleveland Bulldogs
7
1
1
1923 Canton Bulldogs 
11
0
1
1922 Canton Bulldogs
10
0
2
1921 Chicago Staleys
9
1
1
1920 Akron Pros
8
0
3
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