List Of Super Bowl Winners And Losers

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List of Super Bowl Winners

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, and what I was doing in my life during the game.

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

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 Bowl Super Bowl Number Date Winner Score Loser Location
I 1 1/15/1967 Green Bay Packers 35-10 Kansas City Chiefs Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
II 2 1/14/1968 Green Bay Packers 33-14 Oakland Raiders Miami Orange Bowl
III 3 1/12/1969 New York Jets 16-7 Baltimore Colts Miami Orange Bowl
IV 4 1/11/1970 Kansas City Chiefs 23-7 Minnesota Vikings Tulane Stadium (New Orleans, LA)
V 5 1/17/1971 Baltimore Colts 16-13 Dallas Cowboys Miami Orange Bowl
VI 6 1/16/1972 Dallas Cowboys 24-3 Miami Dolphins Tulane Stadium (New Orleans, LA)
VII 7 1/14/1973 Miami Dolphins 14-7 Washington Redskins Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
VIII 8 1/13/1974 Miami Dolphins 24-7 Minnesota Vikings Rice Stadium (Houston, TX)
IX 9 1/12/1975 Pittsburgh Steelers 16-6 Minnesota Vikings Tulane Stadium (New Orleans, LA)
X 10 1/18/1976 Pittsburgh Steelers 21-17 Dallas Cowboys Miami Orange Bowl
XI 11 1/9/1977 Oakland Raiders 32-14 Minnesota Vikings Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
XII 12 1/15/1978 Dallas Cowboys 27-10 Denver Broncos Louisiana Superdome
XIII 13 1/21/1979 Pittsburgh Steelers 35-31 Dallas Cowboys Miami Orange Bowl
XIV 14 1/20/1980 Pittsburgh Steelers 31-19 Los Angeles Rams Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
XV 15 1/25/1981 Oakland Raiders 27-10 Philadelphia Eagles Louisiana Superdome
XVI 16 1/24/1982 San Francisco 49ers 26-21 Cincinnati Bengals Pontiac Silverdome (Pontiac, MI)
XVII 17 1/30/1983 Washington Redskins 21-17 Miami Dolphins Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
XVIII 18 1/22/1984 Los Angeles Raiders 38-9 Washington Redskins Tampa Stadium
XIX 19 1/20/1985 San Francisco 49ers 38-16 Miami Dolphins Stanford Stadium
XX 20 1/26/1986 Chicago Bears 46-10 New England Patriots Louisiana Stadium
XXI 21 1/25/1987 New York Giants 39-20 Denver Broncos Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
XXII 22 1/31/1988 Washington Redskins 42-10 Denver Broncos San Diego-Jack Murphy Stadium
XXIII 23 1/22/1989 San Francisco 49ers 20-16 Cincinnati Bengals
Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
XXIV 24 1/28/1990 Sans Francisco 49ers 55-10 Denver Broncos Louisiana Superdome
XXV 25 1/27/1991 New York Giants 20-19 Buffalo Bills Tampa Stadium
XXVI 26 1/26/1992 Washington Redskins 37-24 Buffalo Bills Metrodome (Minneapolis, MN)
XXVII 27 1/31/1993 Dallas Cowboys 52-17 Buffalo Bills Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
XXVIII 28 1/30/1994 Dallas Cowboys 30-13 Buffalo Bills Georgia Dome
XXIX 29 1/29/1995 San Francisco 49ers 49-26 San Diego Chargers
Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
XXX 30 1/28/1996 Dallas Cowboys 27-17 Pittsburgh Steelers Sun Devils Stadium (Tempe, AZ)
XXXI 31 1/26/1997 Green Bay Packers 35-21 New England Patriots Louisiana Superdome
XXXII 32 1/25/1998 Denver Broncos 31-24 Green Bay Packers
Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, CA)
XXXIII 33 1/31/1999 Denver Broncos 34-19 Atlanta Falcons
Pro Player Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
XXXIV 34 1/30/2000 St. Louis Rams 23-16 Tennessee Titans Georgia Dome
XXXV 35 1/28/2001 Baltimore Ravens 34-7 New York Giants
Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)
XXXVI 36 2/3/2002 New England Patriots 20-17 St. Louis Rams Louisiana Superdome
XXXVII 37 1/26/2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48-21 Oakland Raiders
Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego, CA)
XXXVIII 38 2/1/2004 New England Patriots 32-29 Carolina Panthers Reliant Stadium (Houston, TX)
XXXIX 39 2/6/2005 New England Patriots 24-21 Philadelphia Eagles Alltel Stadium (Jacksonville, FL)
XL 40 2/5/2006 Pittsburgh Steelers 21-10 Seattle Seahawks Ford Field (Detroit, MI)
XLI 41 2/4/2007 Indianapolis Colts 29-17 Chicago Bears
Dolphin Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
XLII 42 2/3/2008 New York Giants 17-14 New England Patriots
University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, AZ)
XLIII 43 2/1/2009 Pittsburgh Steelers 27-23 Arizona Cardinals
Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)
XLIV 44 2/7/2010 New Orleans Saints 31-17 Indianapolis Colts
Sun Life Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
XLV 45 2/6/2011 Green Bay Packers 31-25 Pittsburgh Steelers Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, TX)
XLVI 46 2/5/2012 New York Giants 21-17 New England Patriots
Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)
XLVII 47 2/3/2013 Baltimore Ravens 34-31 San Francisco 49ers
Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA)
XLVIII 48 2/2/2014 Seattle Seahawks 43-8 Denver Broncos
MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ)
XLIX 49 2/1/2015 New England Patriots 28-24 Seattle Seahawks
University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, AZ)
50 50 2/7/2016 Denver Broncos 24-10 Carolina Panthers Levi’s Stadium (San Francisco, CA)
LI 51 2/5/2017 New England Patriots 34-28 Atlanta Falcons NRG Stadium (Houston, TX)
LII 52 2/4/2018 Philadelphia Eagles 41-33 New England Patriots
U.S. Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, MN)
LIII 53 2/3/2019 New England Patriots 13-3 Los Angeles Rams
Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA)
LIV 54 2/2/2020 Kansas City Chiefs 31-20 San Francisco 49ers
Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Gardens, FL)
LV 55 2/7/2021 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-9 Kansas City Chiefs
Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)
LVI 56 2/6/2022 TBD
LVII 57 2/5/2023 TBD
LVIII 58 2/11/2024 TBD
LIX 59 2/9/2025 TBD

 

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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