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Super Bowl
CURRENT CHAMPIONS | HALL OF FAME | HOST STADIUMS
It began following the 1966 season (not adopting the Super Bowl name until the following season) and was originally played between the American Football League and NFL Champions before both leagues merged in 1970. The champion receives the Lombardi Trophy which is named after the 2x Super Bowl champions Green Bay Packers' Head Coach Vince Lombardi (right). Please note that the year shown is when it took place and crowns the Champion for the previous year, so the 2015 Super Bowl (XLVII) is for the 2014 season. Super Bowl L will be called Super Bowl 50 for the 2015 Season only.

Super Bowl LI (2017) was the first ever Super Bowl to go into overtime.

The host venue is chosen 3-5 years before it is to take place and must meet many criteria including the stadium must have a minimum of 70,000.

I
II
III
IV
1966
1967
1968
1969
GREEN BAY PACKERS
GREEN BAY PACKERS
NEW YORK JETS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
d.Kansas City Chiefs 35-10
d.Oakland Raiders 33-14
d.Baltimore Colts 16-7
d.Minnesota Vikings 23-7
(LOS ANGELES, CA)
(MIAMI, FL)
(MIAMI, FL)
(NEW ORLEANS, LA)
V
VI
VII
VIII
1970
1971
1972
1973
BALTIMORE COLTS
DALLAS COWBOYS
MIAMI DOLPHINS
MIAMI DOLPHINS
d.Dallas Cowboys 16-13
d.Miami Dolphins 24-3
d.Washington Redskins 14-7
d.Minnesota Vikings 24-7
(MIAMI, FL)
(NEW ORLEANS, LA)
(LOS ANGELES, CA)
(HOUSTON, TX)
IX X XI XII
1974 1975 1976 1977
PITTSBURGH STEELERS PITTSBURGH STEELERS OAKLAND RAIDERS DALLAS COWBOYS
d.Minnesota Vikings 16-6 d.Dallas Cowboys 21-17 d.Minnesota Vikings 32-14 d.Denver Broncos 27-10
(NEW ORLEANS, LA) (MIAMI, FL) (PASADENA, CA) (NEW ORLEANS, LA)
XIII XIV XV XVI
1978 1979 1980 1981
PITTSBURGH STEELERS PITTSBURGH STEELERS OAKLAND RAIDERS SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
d.Dallas Cowboys 35-31 d.L.A. Rams 31-19 d.Philadelphia Eagles 27-10 d.Cincinnati Bengals 26-21
(MIAMI, FL) (PASADENA, CA) (NEW ORLEANS, LA) (PONTIAC, MI)
XVII XVIII XIX XX
1982 1983 1984 1985
WASHINGTON REDSKINS LOS ANGELES RAIDERS SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS CHICAGO BEARS
d.Miami Dolphins 27-17 d.Washington Redskins 38-9 d.Miami Dolphins 38-16 d.New England Patriots 46-10
(PASADENA, CA) (TAMPA, FL) (STANFORD, CA) (NEW ORLEANS, LA)
XXI XXII XXIII XXIV
1986 1987 1988 1989
NEW YORK GIANTS WASHINGTON REDSKINS SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
d.Denver Broncos 39-20 d.Denver Broncos 42-10 d.Cincinnati Bengals 20-16 d.Denver Broncos 55-10
(PASADENA, CA) (SAN DIEGO, CA) (MIAMI, FL) (NEW ORLEANS, LA)
XXV XXVI XXVII XXVIII
1990 1991 1992 1993
NEW YORK GIANTS WASHINGTON REDSKINS DALLAS COWBOYS DALLAS COWBOYS
d.Buffalo Bills 20-19 d.Buffalo Bills 37-24 d.Buffalo Bills 52-17 d.Buffalo Bills 30-13
(TAMPA, FL) (MINNEAPOLIS, MN) (PASADENA, CA) (ATLANTA, GA)
XXIX XXX XXXI XXXII
1994 1995 1996 1997
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS DALLAS COWBOYS GREEN BAY PACKERS DENVER BRONCOS
d.San Diego Chargers 49-26 d.Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 d.New England Patriots 35-21 d.Green Bay Packers 31-24
(MIAMI, FL) (TEMPE, AZ) (NEW ORLEANS, LA) (SAN DIEGO, CA)
XXXIII XXXIV XXXV XXXVI
1998 1999 2000 2001
DENVER BRONCOS ST.LOUIS RAMS BALTIMORE RAVENS NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
d.Atlanta Falcons 34-19 d.Tennessee Titans 23-16 d.New York Giants 34-7 d.St.Louis Rams 20-17
(MIAMI, FL) (ATLANTA, GA) (TAMPA, FL) (NEW ORLEANS, LA)
XXXVII XXXVIII XXXIX XL
2002 2003 2004 2005
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS PITTSBURGH STEELERS
d.Oakland Raiders 48-21 d.Carolina Panthers 32-29 d.Philadelphia Eagles 24-21 d.Seattle Seahawks 21-10
(SAN DIEGO, CA) (HOUSTON, TX) (JACKSONVILLE, FL) (DETROIT, MI)
XLI XLII XLIII XLIV
2006 2007 2008 2009
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS NEW YORK GIANTS PITTSBURGH STEELERS NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
d.Chicago Bears 29-17 d.New England Patriots 17-14 d.Arizona Cardinals 27-23 d.Indianapolis Colts 31-17
(MIAMI, FL) (GLENDALE, AZ) (TAMPA, FL) (MIAMI, FL)
XLV XLVI XLVII XLVIII
2010 2011 2012 2013
GREEN BAY PACKERS NEW YORK GIANTS BALTIMORE RAVENS SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
d.Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 d.New England Patriots 21-17 d.San Francisco 49ers 34-31 d.Denver Broncos 43-8
(ARLINGTON, TX) (INDIANAPOLIS, IN) (NEW ORLEANS, LA) (EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ)
XLIX 50 LI LII
2014 2015 2016 2017
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS DENVER BRONCOS NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
d.Seattle Seahawks 28-24 d.Carolina Panthers 24-10 d.Atlanta Falcons 34-28 (OT) d.New England Patriots 41-33
(GLENDALE, AZ) (SANTA CLARA, CA) (HOUSTON, TX) (MINNEAPOLIS, MN)

Hall of fame
Rank Team Titles Record Apps Last Won
1 Pittsburgh Steelers
6
6-2
8
2008
T2 Dallas Cowboys
5
5-3
8
1995
T2 New England Patriots
5
5-5
10
2016
T2 San Francisco 49ers
5
5-1
6
1994
T5 Green Bay Packers
4
4-1
5
2011
T5 New York Giants
4
4-1
5
2011
T7 Denver Broncos
3
3-5
8
2015
T7 Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders
3
3-2
5
1984
T7 Washington Redskins
3
3-2
5
1991
T10 Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts
2
2-2
4
2006
T10 Baltimore Ravens
2
2-0
2
2012
T10 Miami Dolphins
2
2-3
5
1973
T13 Chicago Bears
1
1-1
2
1985
T13 Kansas City Chiefs
1
1-1
2
1969
T13 Los Angeles/St.Louis Rams
1
1-2
3
1999
T13 New Orleans Saints
1
1-0
1
2009
T13 New York Jets
1
1-0
1
1968
T13 Seattle Seahawks
1
1-2
3
2013
T13 Philadelphia Eagles
1
1-2
3
2017
T13 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1
1-0
1
2002
T21 Arizona Cardinals
0
0-1
1
0
T21 Atlanta Falcons
0
0-2
2
0
T21 Buffalo Bills
0
0-4
4
0
T21 Carolina Panthers
0
0-2
2
0
T21 Cincinnati Bengals
0
0-2
2
0
T21 Minnesota Vikings
0
0-4
4
0
T21 San Diego Chargers
0
0-1
1
0
T21 Tennessee Titans
0
0-1
1
0

No appearances
Cleveland Browns
4 NFL CHAMPIONS (1950/1954/1955/1964)
7 NFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES APPEARANCES (1951/1952/1953/1957/1965/1968/1969)
3 AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES APPEARANCES (1986/1987/1989)
LAST PLAYOFFS APPEARANCE WAS IN 2002
Detroit Lions
4 NFL CHAMPIONS (1935/1952/1953/1957)
1 NFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES APPEARANCES (1954)
1 NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES APPEARANCES (1991)
LAST PLAYOFFS APPEARANCE WAS IN 2014
Houston Texans
3 AFC DIVISIONAL ROUND APPEARANCES (2011/2012/2016)
Jacksonville Jaguars
3 AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES APPEARANCES (1996/1999/2017)

Host Stadiums
Future Hosts
2019
Atlanta, GA
LIV
2020
Miami Gardens, FL
LV
2021
Tampa, FL
LVI
2022
Inglewood, CA
27/52 have been held in 3 cities; New Orleans (10x), Greater Miami (10 times) and Greater Los Angeles (7x). The winning city is not required to host the game in the same stadium that its NFL team uses and this has happened in 9 Super Bowls. Los Angeles's last 5 Super Bowls were played at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA but this has not happened since 1993. They are generally played in outdoor stadiums with an expected average daily temperature of less than 50oF (10oC) unless the stadium has a fixed or retractable roof) and only 5 have been played in northern cities like Detroit area (5x - Detroit and Pontiac), Minneapolis, MN (2x) and Indianapolis, IN (1x).
ALLTEL STADIUM/EVERBANK FIELD
JACKSONVILLE, FL
2005
CITY OF CHAMPIONS STADIUM
INGLEWOOD, CA
2022
AT&T/COWBOYS STADIUM
ARLINGTON, TX
2011
FORD FIELD
DETROIT, MI
2006
GEORGIA DOME
ATLANTA, GA
1994/2000
HUBERT H.HUMPHREY METRODOME
MINNEAPOLIS, MN
1992
JACK MURPHY/QUALCOMM STADIUM
SAN DIEGO, CA
1988/1998/2003
JOE ROBBIE/PRO PLAYER/DOLPHIN/SUN LIFE STADIUM
MIAMI GARDENS, FL
1989/1995/1999/2007/2010/2020
LEVI'S STADIUM
SANTA CLARA, CA
2016
LOS ANGELES MEMORIAL COLISEUM
LOS ANGELES, CA
1967/1973
LOUISIANA/MERCEDES BENZ SUPERDOME
NEW ORLEANS, LA
1978/1981/1986/1990/1997/2002/2013
LUCAS OIL STADIUM
INDIANAPOLIS, IN
2012
MERCEDES-BENZ STADIUM
ATLANTA, GA
2019
METLIFE STADIUM
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ
2014
 
MIAMI ORANGE BOWL
MIAMI, FL
1968/1969/1971/1976/1979
 
PONTIAC SILVERDOME
PONTIAC, MI
1982
RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM
TAMPA BAY, FL
2001/2009/2021
RELIANT/NRG STADIUM
HOUSTON, TX
2004/2017
 
RICE STADIUM
HOUSTON, TX
1974
ROSE BOWL
PASADENA, CA
1977/1980/1983/1987/1993
(OLD) STANFORD STADIUM
STANFORD, CA
1985
SUN DEVIL STADIUM
TEMPE, AZ
1996
TAMPA STADIUM
TAMPA, FL
1984/1991
TULANE STADIUM
NEW ORLEANS, LA
1970/1972/1975
UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX STADIUM
GLENDALE, AZ
2008/2015
US BANK STADIUM
MINNEAPOLIS, MN
2018
Updated: 04 August 2018