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Super Bowl Winners


Here's the list of all Super Bowl winners and Super Bowl MVPs:


GameDateWinnerScoreRunner-upMVP
I15-January-1967Green Bay Packers35–10Kansas City ChiefsBart Starr, Packers
II14-January-1968Green Bay Packers33–14Oakland RaidersBart Starr, Packers
III12-January-1969New York Jets16–7Baltimore ColtsJoe Namath, Jets
IV11-January-1970Kansas City Chiefs23–7Minnesota VikingsLen Dawson, Chiefs
V17-January-1971Baltimore Colts16–13Dallas CowboysChuck Howley, Cowboys
VI16-January-1972Dallas Cowboys24–3Miami DolphinsRoger Staubach, Cowboys
VII14-January-1973Miami Dolphins14–7Washington RedskinsJake Scott, Dolphins
VIII13-January-1974Miami Dolphins24–7Minnesota VikingsLarry Csonka, Dolphins
IX12-January-1975Pittsburgh Steelers16–6Minnesota VikingsFranco Harris, Steelers
X18-January-1976Pittsburgh Steelers21–17Dallas CowboysLynn Swann, Steelers
XI9-January-1977Oakland Raiders32–14Minnesota VikingsFred Biletnikoff, Raiders
XII15-January-1978Dallas Cowboys27–10Denver BroncosHarvey Martin & Randy White, Cowboys
XIII21-January-1979Pittsburgh Steelers35–31Dallas CowboysTerry Bradshaw, Steelers
XIV20-January-1980Pittsburgh Steelers31–19Los Angeles RamsTerry Bradshaw, Steelers
XV25-January-1981Oakland Raiders27–10Philadelphia EaglesJim Plunkett, Raiders
XVI24-January-1982San Francisco 49ers26–21Cincinnati BengalsJoe Montana, 49ers
XVII30-January-1983Washington Redskins27–17Miami DolphinsJohn Riggins, Redskins
XVIII22-January-1984Los Angeles Raiders38–9Washington RedskinsMarcus Allen, Raiders
XIX20-January-1985San Francisco 49ers38–16Miami DolphinsJoe Montana, 49ers
XX26-January-1986Chicago Bears46–10New England PatriotsRichard Dent, Bears
XXI25-January-1987New York Giants39–20Denver BroncosPhil Simms, Giants
XXII31-January-1988Washington Redskins42–10Denver BroncosDoug Williams, Redskins
XXIII22-January-1989San Francisco 49ers20–16Cincinnati BengalsJerry Rice, 49ers
XXIV28-January-1990San Francisco 49ers55–10Denver BroncosJoe Montana, 49ers
XXV27-January-1991New York Giants20–19Buffalo BillsOttis Anderson, Giants
XXVI26-January-1992Washington Redskins37–24Buffalo BillsMark Rypien, Redskins
XXVII31-January-1993Dallas Cowboys52–17Buffalo BillsTroy Aikman, Cowboys
XXVIII30-January-1994Dallas Cowboys30–13Buffalo BillsEmmitt Smith, Cowboys
XXIX29-January-1995San Francisco 49ers49–26San Diego ChargersSteve Young, 49ers
XXX28-January-1996Dallas Cowboys27–17Pittsburgh SteelersLarry Brown, Cowboys
XXXI26-January-1997Green Bay Packers35–21New England PatriotsDesmond Howard, Packers
XXXII25-January-1998Denver Broncos31–24Green Bay PackersTerrell Davis, Broncos
XXXIII31-January-1999Denver Broncos34–19Atlanta FalconsJohn Elway, Broncos
XXXIV30-January-2000St. Louis Rams23–16Tennessee TitansKurt Warner, Rams
XXXV28-January-2001Baltimore Ravens34–7New York GiantsRay Lewis, Ravens
XXXVI3-February-2002New England Patriots20–17St. Louis RamsTom Brady, Patriots
XXXVII26-January-2003Tampa Bay Buccaneers48–21Oakland RaidersDexter Jackson, Buccaneers
XXXVIII1-February-2004New England Patriots32–29Carolina PanthersTom Brady, Patriots
XXXIX6-February-2005New England Patriots24–21Philadelphia EaglesDeion Branch, Patriots
XL5-February-2006Pittsburgh Steelers21–10Seattle SeahawksHines Ward, Steelers
XLI4-February-2007Indianapolis Colts29–17Chicago BearsPeyton Manning, Colts
XLII3-February-2008New York Giants17–14New England PatriotsEli Manning, Giants
XLIII1-February-2009Pittsburgh Steelers27–23Arizona CardinalsSantonio Holmes, Steelers
XLIV7-February-2010New Orleans Saints31–17Indianapolis ColtsDrew Brees, Saints
XLV6-February-2011Green Bay Packers31–25Pittsburgh SteelersAaron Rodgers, Packers
XLVI5-February-2012New York Giants21–17New England PatriotsEli Manning, Giants
XLVII3-February-2013Baltimore Ravens34–31San Francisco 49ersJoe Flacco, Ravens
XLVIII2-February-2014Seattle Seahawks43–8Denver BroncosMalcolm Smith, Seahawks
XLIX1-February-2015New England Patriots28–24Seattle SeahawksTom Brady, Patriots
507-February-2016Denver Broncos24–10Carolina PanthersVon Miller, Broncos
LI5-February-2017New England Patriots34–28 (OT)Atlanta FalconsTom Brady, Patriots
LII4-February-2018Philadelphia Eagles41–33New England PatriotsNick Foles, Eagles
LIII3-February-2019New England Patriots13-3Los Angeles RamsJulian Edelman, Patriots

Super Bowl I was played in 1967 when the Kansas City Chiefs of the AFL (American Football League) and the Green Bay Packers of the NFL (National Football League) faced off in a championship game. The Packers came up trumps in that game on the back of some slick passing from Bart Starr who was also the MVP of the game.


Since then, we have had 52 more Super Bowls with the latest installment - Super Bowl LIII - played between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots on Sunday, 3 February 2019 resulting in a 13-3 win for the latter.


Pittsburgh Steelers and the Patriots are the most successful teams in Super Bowl history, winning the Vince Lombardi Trophy 6 times each. They are followed by San Francisco 49ers, and the Dallas Cowboys who have won the Super Bowl 5 times each.


Most Super Bowl Wins


Super Bowls WonTeam(s)
6Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots
5San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys
4New York Giants, Green Bay Packers
3Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders, Washington Redskins, Denver Broncos
2Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens
1New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New Orleans Saints, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams, Chicago Bears, Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia Eagles


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