Who are the Super Bowl winners from previous years? What team has won the most championships? What’s Tom Brady’s Super Bowl won-loss record? You may have questions; we have the answers.
In the U.S., the Super Bowl is huge. It’s the biggest game in the most popular sport in North America.
What the World Cup is for soccer fans, the Super Bowl is for professional football enthusiasts. Heck, many folks haven’t watched one game all season will find time to watch this tilt.
So, if you attend a Super Bowl party, it helps to know your stuff. We can help. Check out all you need to know about Super Bowl winners, NFL Championship winners and more below. With this knowledge, you’ll be able to show your knowledge of the history of the NFL Championship winners, and Super Bowl winners.
Who has won the most Super Bowls?
The New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers have the most Super Bowl wins with six each.
In second place, the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers each have five wins.
What team has won the most NFL Championships?
Before Super Bowls were played, the NFL existed and played its own championship. And, the team with the most NFL Championships, counting pre-Super Bowl championships and Super Bowls, is the Green Bay Packers with 13 (nine pre-Super Bowl and four Super Bowls).
And second place isn’t really close. The New York Giants are next with eight championships, including four Super Bowls. So, when a Patriot fan is talking smack you might remind them that the Pats only have seven more championship wins to catch up to the Packers.
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Who has been in the most Super Bowls?
The New England Patriots have played in 11 Super Bowls. The team owns six championship rings in total.
What is Tom Brady’s Super Bowl record?
Brady and Patriot’s head coach Bill Belichick boast six total wins in nine Super Bowl appearances. Their record is 6 & 3.
Who won Super Bowl I?
The Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 in Super Bowl I. The game was held at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, CA on January 15, 1967.
Who has the most Super Bowl losses?
The New England Patriots and the Denver Broncos are tied with the most Super Bowl losses at five each. In second place, the Buffalo Bills and the Minnesota Vikings each have four losses in the big game.
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What teams have never appeared in the Super Bowl?
Four teams have never played in the big game: Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Houston Texans.
Who named the Super Bowl?
Kansas City Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt coined the term Super Bowl. Why is it called the Super Bowl? He observed his daughter playing with a Super Ball, and the idea came to him. The name caught on in the late ‘60s, and by 1967 many newspapers commonly used the term, before the name was officially adopted.
What city has hosted the most Super Bowls?
Miami will break its tie with New Orleans when it hosts the Super Bowl in 2020 for the 11th time (Super Bowl LIV). It was estimated that the Super Bowl in Minneapolis generated $450 million for the local economy. So, you could say Miami and New Orleans are Super Bowl winners as well.
Super Bowl Winners, Scores, Locations
|YEAR||SUPER BOWL||WINNER||LOSER||FINAL SCORE||VENUE||LOCATION|
|2019||LIII||New England Patriots||Los Angeles Rams||13 – 3||Mercedes-Benz Stadium||Atlanta|
|2018||LII||Philadelphia Eagles||New England Patriots||41 – 33||U.S. Bank Stadium||Minnesota|
|2017||LI||New England Patriots||Atlanta Falcons||34 – 28||NRG Stadium||Texas|
|2016||L||Denver Broncos||Carolina Panthers||24 – 10||Levi’s Stadium||California|
|2015||XLIX||New England Patriots||Seattle Seahawks||28 – 24||University of Phoenix Stadium||Arizona|
|2014||XLVIII||Seattle Seahawks||Denver Broncos||43 – 8||MetLife Stadium||New Jersey|
|2013||XLVII||Baltimore Ravens||San Francisco 49ers||34 – 31||Mercedes-Benz Superdome||New Orleans|
|2012||XLVI||New York Giants||New England Patriots||21 – 17||Lucas Oil Stadium||Indianapolis|
|2011||XLV||Green Bay Packers||Pittsburgh Steelers||31 – 25||Cowboys Stadium||Texas|
|2010||XLIV||New Orleans Saints||Indianapolis Colts||31 – 17||Sun Life Stadium||Miami|
|2009||XLIII||Pittsburgh Steelers||Arizona Cardinals||27 – 23||Raymond James Stadium||Tampa|
|2008||XLII||New York Giants||New England Patriots||17 – 14||University of Phoenix Stadium||Arizona|
|2007||XLI||Indianapolis Colts||Chicago Bears||29 – 17||Dolphin Stadium||Miami|
|2006||XL||Pittsburgh||Seattle||21 – 10||Ford Field||Detroit|
|2005||XXXIX||New England||Philadelphia||24 – 21||Alltel Stadium||Jacksonville|
|2004||XXXVIII||New England||Carolina||32 – 29||Reliant Stadium||Houston|
|2003||XXXVII||Tampa Bay||Oakland||48 – 21||Qualcomm Stadium||San Diego|
|2002||XXXVI||New England||St Louis||20 – 17||Louisiana Superdome||New Orleans|
|2001||XXXV||Baltimore||NY Giants||34 – 7||Raymond James Stadium||Tampa|
|2000||XXXIV||St Louis||Tennessee||23 – 16||Georgia Dome||Atlanta|
|1999||XXXIII||Denver||Atlanta||34 – 19||Pro Player Stadium||Miami|
|1998||XXXII||Denver||Green Bay||31 – 24||Qualcomm Stadium||San Diego|
|1997||XXXI||Green Bay||New England||35 – 21||Louisiana Superdome||New Orleans|
|1996||XXX||Dallas||Pittsburgh||27 – 17||Sun Devil Stadium||Tempe|
|1995||XXIX||San Francisco||San Diego||49 – 26||Joe Robbie Stadium||Miami|
|1994||XXVIII||Dallas||Buffalo||30 – 13||Georgia Dome||Atlanta|
|1993||XXVII||Dallas||Buffalo||52 – 17||Rose Bowl||Pasadena|
|1992||XXVI||Washington||Buffalo||37 – 24||Metrodome||Minneapolis|
|1991||XXV||NY Giants||Buffalo||20 – 19||Tampa Stadium||Tampa|
|1990||XXIV||San Francisco||Denver||55 – 10||Louisiana Superdome||New Orleans|
|1989||XXIII||San Francisco||Cincinnati||20 – 16||Joe Robbie Stadium||Miami|
|1988||XXII||Washington||Denver||42 – 10||San Diego-Jack Murphy Stadium||San Diego|
|1987||XXI||NY Giants||Denver||39 – 20||Rose Bowl||Pasadena|
|1986||XX||Chicago||New England||46 – 10||Louisiana Superdome||New Orleans|
|1985||XIX||San Francisco||Miami||38 – 16||Stanford Stadium||Stanford|
|1984||XVIII||LA Raiders||Washington||38 – 9||Tampa Stadium||Tampa|
|1983||XVII||Washington||Miami||27 – 17||Rose Bowl||Pasadena|
|1982||XVI||San Francisco||Cincinnati||26 – 21||Pontiac Silverdome||Pontiac|
|1981||XV||Oakland||Philadelphia||27 – 10||Louisiana Superdome||New Orleans|
|1980||XIV||Pittsburgh||LA Rams||31 – 19||Rose Bowl||Pasadena|
|1979||XIII||Pittsburgh||Dallas||35 – 31||Miami Orange Bowl||Miami|
|1978||XII||Dallas||Denver||27 – 10||Louisiana Superdome||New Orleans|
|1977||XI||Oakland||Minnesota||32 – 14||Rose Bowl||Pasadena|
|1976||X||Pittsburgh||Dallas||21 – 17||Miami Orange Bowl||Miami|
|1975||IX||Pittsburgh||Minnesota||16 – 6||Tulane Stadium||New Orleans|
|1974||VIII||Miami||Minnesota||24 – 7||Rice Stadium||Houston|
|1973||VII||Miami||Washington||14 – 7||Los Angeles Memorial Colliseum||Los Angeles|
|1972||VI||Dallas||Miami||24 – 3||Tulane Stadium||N Orleans|
|1971||V||Baltimore||Dallas||16 – 13||Miami Orange Bowl||Miami|
|1970||IV||Kansas City||Minnesota||23 – 7||Tulane Stadium||New Orleans|
|1969||III||NY Jets||Baltimore||16 – 7||Miami Orange Bowl||Miami|
|1968||II||Green Bay||Oakland||33 – 14||Miami Orange Bowl||Miami|
|1967||I||Green Bay||Kansas City||35 – 10||Los Angeles Memorial Colliseum||Los Angeles|
NFL Championship Winners
Prior to the merger of the AFL and NFL, the NFL split into two divisions. The winner of each division played in the NFL Championship game.
The Green Bay Packers won the most NFL Championships with 11 victories. The Packers were also the only team to win three NFL Championships in a row — and they did it twice. The last three-peat spanned the years from 1965 to 1967.
NFL Championship Games Fun Facts
1.) New York City played host to the most NFL Championship games by playing that role eight times.
2.) A total of seven games ended in shutouts.
3.) The most lopsided game was a 73 – 0 score when the Chicago Bears beat the Washington Redskins in 1940.
The 1960s NFL Champs
1969 Minnesota Vikings defeated Cleveland Browns 27 – 7.
1968 Baltimore Colts defeated Cleveland Browns 34 – 0.
1967 Green Bay Packers defeated Dallas Cowboys 21 – 17.
1966 Green Bay Packers defeated Dallas Cowboys 34 – 27.
1965 Green Bay Packers defeated Cleveland Browns 23 – 12.
1964 Cleveland Browns defeated Baltimore Colts 27 – 0.
1963 Chicago Bears defeated New York Giants 14 – 10.
1962 Green Bay Packers defeated New York Giants 16 – 7.
1961 Green Bay Packers defeated New York Giants 37 – 0.
1960 Philadelphia Eagles defeated Green Bay Packers 17 – 13.
The 1950s NFL Champs
1959 Baltimore Colts defeated New York Giants 31 – 16.
1958 Baltimore Colts defeated New York Giants 23 – 17.
1957 Detroit Lions defeated Cleveland Browns 59 – 14.
1956 New York Giants defeated the Chicago Bears 47 – 7.
1955 Cleveland Browns defeated the Los Angeles Rams 38 – 14.
1954 Cleveland Browns beat the Detroit Lions 56 – 10.
1953 Detroit Lions defeated the Cleveland Browns 17 – 16.
1952 Detroit Lions defeated the Cleveland Browns 17 – 7.
1951 Los Angeles Rams beat the Cleveland Browns 24 – 17.
1950 Cleveland Browns beat Los Angeles Browns 30 – 28.
The 1940s NFL Champs
1949 Philadelphia Eagles shut out the Los Angeles Rams 14 – 0.
1948 Philadelphia Eagles beat the Chicago Cardinals 7 – 0.
1947 Chicago Cardinals defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 28 – 21.
1946 Chicago Bears defeated the New York Giants 24 – 14.
1945 Cleveland Rams defeated the Washington Redskins 15 – 14.
1944 Green Bay Packers defeated New York Giants 14 – 7.
1943 Chicago Bears defeated the Washington Redskins 41 – 21.
1942 Washington Redskins defeated the Chicago Bears 14 – 6.
1941 Chicago Bears defeated the New York Giants 37 – 9.
1940 Chicago Bears shut out the Washington Redskins 73 – 0.
The 1930s NFL Champs
1939 Green Bay Packers defeated New York Giants 27 – 0.
1938 New York Giants defeated the Green Bay Packers 23 – 17.
1937 Washington Redskins defeated the Chicago Bears 28 – 21.
1936 Green Bay Packers defeated the Boston Redskins 21 – 6.
1935 Detroit Lions defeated the New York Giants 26 – 7.
1934 New York Giants defeated the Chicago Bears 30 – 13.
1933 Chicago Bears defeated the New York Giants 23 – 21.
Which cities will host the next Super Bowls after Miami?
2021.) Super Bowl 55 in 2021 is scheduled to be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
2022.) And, Super Bowl 56 is scheduled for LA Stadium at Hollywood Park in Los Angeles, California in 2022.
2023.) State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona will be the location for Super Bowl 57 in 2023.
2024.) Super Bowl 58 will be played at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Lousiana, in 2024.
— Greg Johnson and Mike O’Halloran
Greg and Mike write about football and other sports for Sports Feel Good Stories.
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