Super Bowl Winners
Statistic Verification
Source: National Football League
Research Date: February 1st, 2015

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.

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GameDateWinning TeamScoreLosing TeamVenue
XLIXFeb 1, 2015New England Patriots28-24Seattle SeahawksUniversity of Phoenix Stadium
XLVIIIFeb 2, 2014Seattle Seahawks43-8Denver BroncosMetLife Stadium
XLVIIFeb 3, 2013Baltimore Ravens 34-31San Francisco 49ersMercedes Benz Superdome
XLVIFeb 5, 2012New York Giants 21–17New England Patriots Lucas Oil Stadium
XLVFeb 6, 2011Green Bay Packers31–25Pittsburgh Steelers Cowboys Stadium
XLIVFeb 7, 2010New Orleans Saints31–17Indianapolis Colts Sun Life Stadium
XLIIIFeb 1, 2009Pittsburgh Steelers 27–23Arizona CardinalsRaymond James Stadium
XLIIFeb 3, 2008New York Giants17–14New England Patriots University of Phoenix Stadium
XLIFeb 4, 2007Indianapolis Colts 29–17Chicago Bears Dolphin Stadium
XLFeb 5, 2006Pittsburgh Steelers21–10Seattle SeahawksFord Field
XXXIXFeb 6, 2005New England Patriots 24–21Philadelphia Eagles ALLTEL Stadium
XXXVIIIFeb 1, 2004New England Patriots 32–29Carolina PanthersReliant Stadium
XXXVIIJan 26, 2003Tampa Bay Buccaneers48–21Oakland Raiders Qualcomm Stadium
XXXVIFeb 3, 2002New England Patriots 20–17St. Louis Rams Louisiana Superdome 
XXXVJan 28, 2001Baltimore Ravens34–7 New York GiantsRaymond James Stadium
XXXIVJan 30, 2000St. Louis Rams 23–16Tennessee TitansGeorgia Dome 
XXXIIIJan 31, 1999Denver Broncos 34–19Atlanta FalconsPro Player Stadium
XXXIIJan 25, 1998Denver Broncos31–24Green Bay Packers Qualcomm Stadium
XXXIJan 26, 1997Green Bay Packers 35–21New England Patriots Louisiana Superdome 
XXXJan 28, 1996Dallas Cowboys 27–17Pittsburgh Steelers Sun Devil Stadium
XXIXJan 29, 1995San Francisco 49ers 49–26San Diego ChargersJoe Robbie Stadium
XXVIIIJan 30, 1994Dallas Cowboys 30–13Buffalo Bills Georgia Dome
XXVIIJan 31, 1993Dallas Cowboys 52–17Buffalo Bills Rose Bowl 
XXVIJan 26, 1992Washington Redskins 37–24Buffalo Bills Metrodome
XXVJan 27, 1991New York Giants 20–19Buffalo Bills Tampa Stadium 
XXIVJan 28, 1990San Francisco 49ers 55–10Denver Broncos Louisiana Superdome 
XXIIIJan 22, 1989San Francisco 49ers 20–16Cincinnati Bengals Joe Robbie Stadium
XXIIJan 31, 1988Washington Redskins 42–10Denver Broncos Jack Murphy Stadium
XXIJan 25, 1987New York Giants39–20Denver Broncos Rose Bowl 
XXJan 26, 1986Chicago Bears46–10New England Patriots Louisiana Superdome 
XIXJan 20, 1985San Francisco 49ers 38–16Miami Dolphins Stanford Stadium
XVIIIJan 22, 1984Los Angeles Raiders 38–9 Washington Redskins Tampa Stadium
XVIIJan 30, 1983Washington Redskins 27–17Miami Dolphins Rose Bowl 
XVIJan 24, 1982San Francisco 49ers26–21Cincinnati BengalsPontiac Silverdome
XVJan 25, 1981Oakland Raiders27–10Philadelphia EaglesLouisiana Superdome 
XIVJan 20, 1980Pittsburgh Steelers 31–19Los Angeles RamsRose Bowl 
XIIIJan 21, 1979Pittsburgh Steelers 35–31Dallas Cowboys Orange Bowl 
XIIJan 15, 1978Dallas Cowboys 27–10Denver BroncosLouisiana Superdome
XIJan 9, 1977Oakland Raiders 32–14Minnesota Vikings Rose Bowl
XJan 18, 1976Pittsburgh Steelers 21–17Dallas Cowboys Orange Bowl 
IXJan 12, 1975Pittsburgh Steelers16–6 Minnesota Vikings Tulane Stadium 
VIIIJan 13, 1974Miami Dolphins 24–7 Minnesota Vikings Rice Stadium
VIIJan 14, 1973Miami Dolphins 14–7 Washington RedskinsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum 
VIJan 16, 1972Dallas Cowboys 24–3 Miami DolphinsTulane Stadium 
VJan 17, 1971Baltimore Colts 16–13 Dallas CowboysOrange Bowl 
IVJan 11, 1970Kansas City Chiefs 23–7 Minnesota VikingsTulane Stadium
IIIJan 12, 1969New York Jets16–7 Baltimore ColtsOrange Bowl 
IIJan 14, 1968Green Bay Packers 33–14Oakland RaidersOrange Bowl
IJan 15, 1967Green Bay Packers35–10Kansas City ChiefsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
AppearancesTeamWinsLossesMost Recent Appearance
8Pittsburgh Steelers622010
8Dallas Cowboys531995
8New England Patriots442015
6San Francisco 49ers512012
6Denver Broncos241998
5Green Bay Packers412010
5New York Giants412011
5Washington Redskins321991
5Los Angeles / Oakland Raiders322002
5Miami Dolphins231984
4Baltimore / Indianapolis Colts222009
4Minnesota Vikings041976
4Buffalo Bills041993
3Seattle Seahawks122015
3Los Angeles / St. Louis Rams122001
2Kansas City Chiefs111969
2Baltimore Ravens202012
2Chicago Bears112006
2Cincinnati Bengals021988
2Philadelphia Eagles022004
1New York Jets101968
1Tampa Bay Buccaneers102002
1New Orleans Saints102009
1San Diego Chargers011994
1Atlanta Falcons011998
1Tennessee Titans011999
1Carolina Panthers012003
1Arizona Cardinals012008
0Cleveland Browns00N/A
0Detroit Lions00N/A
0Jacksonville Jaguars00N/A
0Houston Texans00N/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.
SeasonDateWinning TeamScoreLosing TeamLocation
1965Jan 2, 1966Green Bay Packers23–12Cleveland BrownsLambeau Field
1964Dec 27Cleveland Browns27–0Baltimore ColtsCleveland Municipal Stadium 
1963Dec 29Chicago Bears14–10New York GiantsWrigley Field 
1962Dec 30Green Bay Packers16–7New York GiantsYankee Stadium
1961Dec 31Green Bay Packers37–0New York Giants"New" City Stadium
1960Dec 26Philadelphia Eagles17–13Green Bay PackersFranklin Field
1959Dec 27Baltimore Colts31–16New York GiantsMemorial Stadium
1958Dec 28Baltimore Colts23–17 (OT)New York GiantsYankee Stadium
1957Dec 29Detroit Lions59–14Cleveland BrownsBriggs Stadium 
1956Dec 30New York Giants47–7Chicago BearsYankee Stadium
1955Dec 26Cleveland Browns38–14Los Angeles RamsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum 
1954Dec 26Cleveland Browns56–10Detroit LionsCleveland Municipal Stadium 
1953Dec 27Detroit Lions17–16Cleveland BrownsBriggs Stadium 
1952Dec 21Detroit Lions17–7Cleveland BrownsCleveland Municipal Stadium 
1951Dec 23Los Angeles Rams24–17Cleveland BrownsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum 
1950Dec 24Cleveland Browns30–28Los Angeles RamsCleveland Municipal Stadium 
1949Dec 18Philadelphia Eagles14–0Los Angeles RamsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
1948Dec 19Philadelphia Eagles7–0Chicago CardinalsShibe Park
1947Dec 28Chicago Cardinals28–21Philadelphia EaglesComiskey Park
1946Dec 15Chicago Bears24–14New York GiantsPolo Grounds 
1945Dec 16Cleveland Rams15–14Washington RedskinsCleveland Municipal Stadium
1944Dec 17Green Bay Packers14–7New York GiantsPolo Grounds 
1943Dec 26Chicago Bears41–21Washington RedskinsWrigley Field
1942Dec 13Washington Redskins14–6Chicago BearsGriffith Stadium 
1941Dec 21Chicago Bears37–9New York GiantsWrigley Field
1940Dec 8Chicago Bears73–0Washington RedskinsGriffith Stadium
1939Dec 10Green Bay Packers27–0New York GiantsDairy Bowl
1938Dec 11New York Giants23–17Green Bay PackersPolo Grounds 
1937Dec 12Washington Redskins28–21Chicago BearsWrigley Field
1936Dec 13Green Bay Packers21–6Boston RedskinsPolo Grounds 
1935Dec 15Detroit Lions26–7New York GiantsUniversity of Detroit Stadium
1934Dec 9New York Giants30–13Chicago BearsPolo Grounds 
1933Dec 17Chicago Bears23–21New York GiantsWrigley 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.
SeasonTeamWinLossTie
1932Chicago Bears
7
1
6
1931Green Bay Packers 
12
2
0
1930Green Bay Packers 
10
3
1
1929Green Bay Packers
12
0
1
1928Providence Steam Roller
8
1
2
1927New York Giants
11
1
1
1926Frankford Yellow Jackets
14
1
2
1925Chicago Cardinals
11
2
1
1924Cleveland Bulldogs
7
1
1
1923Canton Bulldogs 
11
0
1
1922Canton Bulldogs
10
0
2
1921Chicago Staleys
9
1
1
1920Akron Pros
8
0
3

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