Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Wins

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Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Wins
Green Bay Packers


The Green Bay Packers have won four Super Bowls to date. They made history by becoming the winners of the first-ever Super Bowl to be held. The Packers were one of the most successful teams of the NFL during the 1960s and they hold the most number of NFL Championship titles (pre-1970 NFL-AFL merger). The Super Bowl trophy is named after legendary Packers coach, Vince Lombardi. The Packers last made it to a Super Bowl in the 2010 postseason. The team has the most number of playoff appearances along with the Dallas Cowboys.


How many Super Bowls Green Bay Packers won?

The Green Bay Packers have won a total of four Super Bowls. The Packers have appeared in five Super Bowls and only missed out on winning one of them. The Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl I (1966), Super Bowl II (1967), Super Bowl XXXI (1996), and Super Bowl XLV (2010). Here is a list of Super Bowl wins by the Packers:


TeamHead CoachSuper BowlDate and YearOppositionResult
Green Bay PackersVince LombardiI15 January 1967Kansas City ChiefsW 35-10
Green Bay PackersVince LombardiII14 January 1968Oakland Raiders (now Las Vegas Raiders)W 33-14
Green Bay PackersMike HolmgrenXXXI26 January 1997New England PatriotsW 35-21
Green Bay PackersMike McCarthyXLV06 February 2011Pittsburgh SteelersW 31-25


When was the last time Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl?


Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Wins
Packers with their Super Bowl XLV win


The Green Bay Packers last won a Super Bowl in 2011 when they played Super Bowl XLV. The Packers faced the Pittsburgh Steelers and defeated them 31-25. They entered the 2010-11 playoffs as a Wild Card and ended up winning the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl MVP was Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers who threw a total of 304 passing yards and also completed three touchdown passes in the game. The match took place at the AT&T Stadium in Texas. This was the Packers' fourth Super Bowl win.


Green Bay Packers Super Bowl wins years: What years did the Packers go to the Super Bowl?

The Packers have appeared in five Super Bowls which includes the first two editions of the Super Bowl game. Here are the Super Bowls where the Packers have won:


YearSuper BowlOpponentScore
1966IKansas City Chiefs35-10
1967IIOakland Raiders33-14
1997XXXINew England Patriots35-21
1998XXXIIDenver Broncos3-14
2011XLVPittsburgh Steelers31-25


Green Bay Packers Super Bowl appearances: How many Super Bowl appearances do the Packers have?

The Packers have made it to five Super Bowls after 35 playoff appearances. Here is a list of the appearances made by the Green Bay Packers at Super Bowls:


TeamHead CoachSuper BowlDate and YearOppositionResult
Green Bay PackersVince LombardiI15 January 1967Kansas City ChiefsW 35-10
Green Bay PackersVince LombardiII14 January 1968Oakland Raiders (now Las Vegas Raiders)W 33-14
Green Bay PackersMike HolmgrenXXXI26 January 1997New England PatriotsW 35-21
Green Bay PackersMike HolmgrenXXXII25 January 1998Denver BroncosL 24-31
Green Bay PackersMike McCarthyXLV06 February 2011Pittsburgh SteelersW 31-25


What teams did the Green Bay Packers win the Super Bowl against?

The Packers have won the Super Bowl against the following teams:


I: Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs (1966)


II: Green Bay Packers vs. Oakland Raiders (1967)


XXXI: Green Bay Packers vs. New England Patriots (1998)


XLV: Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (2011)


What teams did the Green Bay Packers lose the Super Bowl against?

The Gren Bay Packers have only lost one Super Bowl in all of their appearances. Here is their Super Bowl loss:


XXXII: Green Bay Packers vs. Denver Broncos (1998)


Has Aaron Rodgers won a Super Bowl?

Aaron Rodgers led the Packers to their fourth Super Bowl victory when they defeated the Steelers 31-25 in Super Bowl XLV. He was named the game MVP for his performance of 24 of 39 passes completed for 304 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions.


List of all Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Rings


Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Wins
Green Bay Packers Super Bowl XLV ring


The Packers have won 13 Championship Rings and 4 Super Bowl Rings. Here is a list of their Super Bowl rings:


Year of Winning Super Bowl RingSuper Bowl
1966I
1967II
1997XXXI
2011XLV



FAQs

A. Aaron Rodgers led the Packers to their fourth Super Bowl victory as they defeated the Steelers in Super Bowl XLV.

A. The Packers have won a total of 4 Super Bowls to date.

A. Brett Favre has two Super Bowl appearances with the Packers. He managed to win one of them.

A. The Green Bay Packers won the first Super Bowl which was then called the AFL–NFL World Championship Game after they defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10.

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