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Scanning through a list of Super Bowl Winners and Losers is like a time capsule.

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At any point in the last 40 years, mention a game and I can tell you exactly where I was, the Super Bowl MVP, and what I was doing in my life during the game.

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Like so many things, the Super Bowl sells nostalgia and history as much as the current game.

Interestingly, but not surprisingly, Quarterbacks dominate the Super Bowl MVP award, having won 31 of 55 times. Running backs and wide receivers have each won the award seven times. On the defensive side of the ball, linebackers (four) have won the most times.

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The Super Bowl was named after Lamar Hunt’s children’s toy, the “Super Ball.”

The name “Super Bowl” was going to simply be the working title as the owners discussed the merger of the AFL and NFL.

Pete Rozelle initially referred to it as “The AFL-NFL World Championship Game.” The NFL didn’t even start referring to the Championship Game as the “Super Bowl” until Super Bowl III.

Here is a list of year by year Super Bowl winners and losers:

Super BowlSuper Bowl NumberDateWinnerScoreLoserLocation
I11/15/1967Green Bay Packers35-10Kansas City ChiefsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
II21/14/1968Green Bay Packers33-14Oakland RaidersMiami Orange Bowl
III31/12/1969New York Jets16-7Baltimore ColtsMiami Orange Bowl
IV41/11/1970Kansas City Chiefs23-7Minnesota VikingsTulane Stadium (New Orleans, LA)
V51/17/1971Baltimore Colts16-13Dallas CowboysMiami Orange Bowl
VI61/16/1972Dallas Cowboys24-3Miami DolphinsTulane Stadium (New Orleans, LA)
VII71/14/1973Miami Dolphins14-7Washington RedskinsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
VIII81/13/1974Miami Dolphins24-7Minnesota VikingsRice Stadium (Houston, TX)
IX91/12/1975Pittsburgh Steelers16-6Minnesota VikingsTulane Stadium (New Orleans, LA)
X101/18/1976Pittsburgh Steelers21-17Dallas CowboysMiami Orange Bowl
XI111/9/1977Oakland Raiders32-14Minnesota VikingsRose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
XII121/15/1978Dallas Cowboys27-10Denver BroncosLouisiana Superdome
XIII131/21/1979Pittsburgh Steelers35-31Dallas CowboysMiami Orange Bowl
XIV141/20/1980Pittsburgh Steelers31-19Los Angeles RamsRose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
XV151/25/1981Oakland Raiders27-10Philadelphia EaglesLouisiana Superdome
XVI161/24/1982San Francisco 49ers26-21Cincinnati BengalsPontiac Silverdome (Pontiac, MI)
XVII171/30/1983Washington Redskins21-17Miami DolphinsRose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
XVIII181/22/1984Los Angeles Raiders38-9Washington RedskinsTampa Stadium
XIX191/20/1985San Francisco 49ers38-16Miami DolphinsStanford Stadium
XX201/26/1986Chicago Bears46-10New England PatriotsLouisiana Stadium
XXI211/25/1987New York Giants39-20Denver BroncosRose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
XXII221/31/1988Washington Redskins42-10Denver BroncosSan Diego-Jack Murphy Stadium
XXIII231/22/1989San Francisco 49ers20-16Cincinnati Bengals
Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
XXIV241/28/1990Sans Francisco 49ers55-10Denver BroncosLouisiana Superdome
XXV251/27/1991New York Giants20-19Buffalo BillsTampa Stadium
XXVI261/26/1992Washington Redskins37-24Buffalo BillsMetrodome (Minneapolis, MN)
XXVII271/31/1993Dallas Cowboys52-17Buffalo BillsRose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
XXVIII281/30/1994Dallas Cowboys30-13Buffalo BillsGeorgia Dome
XXIX291/29/1995San Francisco 49ers49-26San Diego Chargers
Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
XXX301/28/1996Dallas Cowboys27-17Pittsburgh SteelersSun Devils Stadium (Tempe, AZ)
XXXI311/26/1997Green Bay Packers35-21New England PatriotsLouisiana Superdome
XXXII321/25/1998Denver Broncos31-24Green Bay Packers
Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, CA)
XXXIII331/31/1999Denver Broncos34-19Atlanta Falcons
Pro Player Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
XXXIV341/30/2000St. Louis Rams23-16Tennessee TitansGeorgia Dome
XXXV351/28/2001Baltimore Ravens34-7New York Giants
Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)
XXXVI362/3/2002New England Patriots20-17St. Louis RamsLouisiana Superdome
XXXVII371/26/2003Tampa Bay Buccaneers48-21Raiders
Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, CA)
XXXVIII382/1/2004New England Patriots32-29Carolina PanthersReliant Stadium (Houston, TX)
XXXIX392/6/2005New England Patriots24-21Philadelphia EaglesAlltel Stadium (Jacksonville, FL)
XL402/5/2006Pittsburgh Steelers21-10Seattle SeahawksFord Field (Detroit, MI)
XLI412/4/2007Indianapolis Colts29-17Chicago Bears
Dolphin Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
XLII422/3/2008New York Giants17-14New England Patriots
University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, AZ)
XLIII432/1/2009Pittsburgh Steelers27-23Arizona Cardinals
Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)
XLIV442/7/2010New Orleans Saints31-17Indianapolis Colts
Sun Life Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
XLV452/6/2011Green Bay Packers31-25Pittsburgh SteelersCowboys Stadium (Arlington, TX)
XLVI462/5/2012New York Giants21-17New England Patriots
Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)
XLVII472/3/2013Baltimore Ravens34-31San Francisco 49ers
Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA)
XLVIII482/2/2014Seattle Seahawks43-8Denver Broncos
MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ)
XLIX492/1/2015New England Patriots28-24Seattle Seahawks
University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, AZ)
50502/7/2016Denver Broncos24-10Carolina PanthersLevi’s Stadium (San Francisco, CA)
LI512/5/2017New England Patriots34-28Atlanta FalconsNRG Stadium (Houston, TX)
LII522/4/2018Philadelphia Eagles41-33New England Patriots
U.S. Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, MN)
LIII532/3/2019New England Patriots13-3Los Angeles Rams
Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA)
LIV542/2/2020Kansas City Chiefs31-20San Francisco 49ers
Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
LV552/7/2021Tampa Bay Buccaneers31-9Kansas City Chiefs
Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)
LVI562/13/2022Los Angeles Rams23-20Cincinnati BengalsSoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California


Who Has Won The Most Super Bowls?

Tom Brady has won seven Super Bowl rings, the most of any player in NFL history.

Bill Belichick, is the only individual in NFL history to win eight Super Bowl rings.

Defensive end Charles Haley won five Super Bowl rings with the 49ers and Cowboys for the
second most:

Player | Total Super Bowls Won | Position | Team

Tom Brady 7 QB Patriots (6), Buccaneers (1)
Charles Haley 5 LB 49ers (2), Cowboys (3)
Marv Fleming 4 TE Packers (2), Dolphins (2)
Ted Hendricks 4 LB Colts (1), Raiders (3)
Matt Millen 4 LB Raiders (2), 49ers (1), Redskins (1)
Bill Romanowski 4 LB 49ers (2), Broncos (2)
Adam Vinatieri 4 K Patriots (3), Colts (1)
Joe Montana 4 QB 49ers
Keena Turner 4 LB 49ers
Eric Wright 4 DB 49ers
Mike Wilson 4 WR 49ers
Ronnie Lot 4 DB 49ers
Jesse Sapolu 4 OL 49ers
Terry Bradshaw 4 QB Steelers
Franco Harris 4 WR Steelers
Lynn Swann 4 WR Steelers
John Stallworth 4 WR Steelers
Mel Blount 4 DB Steelers
Jack Ham 4 LB Steelers
Mike Webster 4 C Steelers
Donnie Shell 4 DB Steelers
LC Greenwood 4 DE Steelers
Rocky Bleier 4 RB Steelers
Gerry Mullins 4 G Steelers
Larry Brown 4 TE/T Steelers
Mike Wagner 4 DB Steelers
JT Thomas 4 DB Steelers
Loren Toews 4 LB Steelers
Jon Kolb 4 T Steelers
Sam Davis 4 G Steelers
Steve Furness 4 DT Steelers
Dwight White 4 DE Steelers
Randy Grossman 4 TE Steelers
Joe Greene 4 DT Steelers

What Team Has Won The Most Super Bowls?

The Patriots and Steelers have won the most Super Bowls ever, tied with 6.

Team | Appearances | Wins | Winning Seasons | Losses | Losing Seasons

New England Patriots 11, 6, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2018, 5, 1985, 1996, 2007, 2011, 2017
Pittsburgh Steelers 8, 6, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 2005, 2008, 2, 1995, 2010
Dallas Cowboys 8, 5, 1971, 1977, 1992, 1993, 1995, 3, 1970, 1975, 1978
San Francisco 49ers 7, 5, 1981, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1994 2 2012, 2019
Green Bay Packers 5, 4, 1966, 1967, 1996, 2010 1 1997
New York Giants 5, 4, 1986, 1990, 2007, 2011 1 2000
Denver Broncos 8, 3, 1997, 1998, 2015 5 1977, 1986, 1987, 1989, 2013
LA/Oakland Raiders 5, 3, 1976, 1980, 1983 2 1967, 2002
Washington Redskins 5, 3, 1982, 1987, 1991 2 1972, 1983
Miami Dolphins 5, 2, 1972, 1973 3 1971, 1982, 1984
Colts 4, 2, 1970, 2006 2 1968, 2009
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2, 2 2002, 2021

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