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List of Super Bowl champions

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The Super Bowl is an annual American football game that determines the champion of the National Football League NFL The game culminates a season that begins in the previous calendar year, and is the conclusion of the NFL playoffs The contest is held in an American city, chosen three to four years beforehand,1 usually at warm-weather sites or domed stadiums2 Since January 1971, the winner of the American Football Conference AFC Championship Game has faced the winner of the National Football Conference NFC Championship Game in the culmination of the NFL playoffs

The Packers defeated the Chiefs in the first AFL–NFL Championship Game Super Bowl I

Before the 1970 merger between the American Football League AFL and the National Football League NFL, the two leagues met in four such contests The first two were known as the "AFL–NFL World Championship Game" Super Bowl III in January 1969 was the first such game that carried the "Super Bowl" moniker, the names "Super Bowl I" and "Super Bowl II" were only retroactively applied to the first two games3 The NFC/NFL leads in Super Bowl wins with 26, while the AFC/AFL has won 25 Nineteen different franchises, including teams that relocated to another city, have won the Super Bowl4

The Pittsburgh Steelers 6–2 have won the most Super Bowls with six championships, while the New England Patriots 5-4, the Dallas Cowboys 5–3, and the San Francisco 49ers 5–1 have five wins New England has the most Super Bowl appearances with nine, while the Buffalo Bills 0–4 have the most consecutive appearances with four losses in a row from 1990 to 1993 The Miami Dolphins are the only other team to have at least three consecutive appearances: 1972–74 The Denver Broncos 3–5 have lost a record five Super Bowls The New England Patriots 5–4, the Minnesota Vikings 0–4, and the Bills have lost four The record for consecutive wins is two and is shared by seven franchises: the 1966–67 Green Bay Packers, the 1972–73 Miami Dolphins, the 1974–75 and 1978–79 Pittsburgh Steelers the only team to accomplish this feat twice, the 1988–89 San Francisco 49ers, the 1992–93 Dallas Cowboys, the 1997–98 Denver Broncos, and the 2003–04 New England Patriots Among those, Dallas 1992–93; 1995 and New England 2001; 2003–04 are the only teams to win three out of four consecutive Super Bowls The 1972 Dolphins capped off the only perfect season in NFL history with their victory in Super Bowl VII The only team with multiple Super Bowl appearances and no losses is the Baltimore Ravens, who in winning Super Bowl XLVII defeated and replaced the 49ers in that position Four current NFL teams have never appeared in a Super Bowl, including franchise relocations and renaming: the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Houston Texans, though both the Browns 1964 and Lions 1957 had won NFL championship games prior to the creation of the Super Bowl

Contents

  • 1 Super Bowl Championship 1966–present
    • 11 Consecutive winners
  • 2 Super Bowl appearances by team
    • 21 Teams with no Super Bowl appearances
    • 22 Teams with Super Bowl appearances but no victories
    • 23 Teams with long Super Bowl droughts
    • 24 Super Bowl rematches
  • 3 See also
  • 4 Notes
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Super Bowl Championship 1966–present

Numbers in parentheses in the table are Super Bowl appearances as of the date of that Super Bowl and are used as follows:

  • Winning team and losing team columns indicate the number of times that team has appeared in a Super Bowl as well as each respective teams' Super Bowl record to date
  • Venue column indicates number of times that stadium has hosted a Super Bowl
  • City column indicates number of times that metropolitan area has hosted a Super Bowl
National Football League NFL, 1967–1970 American Football League AFL, 1967–1970
NFL champion‡
4, 2–2
AFL champion^
4, 2–2
National Football Conference NFC, 1971–present American Football Conference AFC, 1971–present
NFC champion
47, 24–23
AFC champion†
47, 23–24
Game Date Winning team Score Losing team Venue City Attendance Ref
01 !I 000000001967-01-15-0000January 15, 1967 Green Bay Packers 01 !Green Bay Packers‡
1, 1–0
3510 !35–10 Kansas City Chiefs 01 !Kansas City Chiefs^
1, 0–1
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 01 !Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Pasadena, California 01 !Los Angeles, Californianote 1 061946 !61,946 10
02 !II 000000001968-01-14-0000January 14, 1968 Green Bay Packers 02 !Green Bay Packers‡
2, 2–0
3314 !33–14 Oakland Raiders 01 !Oakland Raiders^
1, 0–1
Miami Orange Bowl 01 !Miami Orange Bowl Miami, Florida 01 !Miami, Floridanote 2 075546 !75,546 11
03 !III 000000001969-01-12-0000January 12, 1969 New York Jets 01 !New York Jets^
1, 1–0
1607 !16–7  Indianapolis Colts 01 !Baltimore Colts‡
1, 0–1
Miami Orange Bowl 02 !Miami Orange Bowl 2 Miami, Florida 02 !Miami, Florida 2note 2 075389 !75,389 12
04 !IV 000000001970-01-11-0000January 11, 1970 Kansas City Chiefs 02 !Kansas City Chiefs^
2, 1–1
2307 !23–7  Minnesota Vikings 01 !Minnesota Vikings‡
1, 0–1
Tulane Stadium 01 !Tulane Stadium New Orleans, Louisiana 01 !New Orleans, Louisiana 080562 !80,562 13
05 !V 000000001971-01-17-0000January 17, 1971 Indianapolis Colts 02 !Baltimore Colts†
2, 1–1
1613 !16–13  Dallas Cowboys 01 !Dallas Cowboys
1, 0–1
Miami Orange Bowl 03 !Miami Orange Bowl 3 Miami, Florida 03 !Miami, Florida 3note 2 079204 !79,204 14
06 !VI 000000001972-01-16-0000January 16, 1972 Dallas Cowboys 02 !Dallas Cowboys
2, 1–1
2403 !24–3  Miami Dolphins 01 !Miami Dolphins†
1, 0–1
Tulane Stadium 02 !Tulane Stadium 2 New Orleans, Louisiana 02 !New Orleans, Louisiana 2 081023 !81,023 15
07 !VII 000000001973-01-14-0000January 14, 1973 Miami Dolphins 02 !Miami Dolphins†
2, 1–1
1407 !14–7  Washington Redskins 01 !Washington Redskins
1, 0–1
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 02 !Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 2 Pasadena, California 02 !Los Angeles, California 2note 1 090182 !90,182 16
08 !VIII 000000001974-01-13-0000January 13, 1974 Miami Dolphins 03 !Miami Dolphins†
3, 2–1
2407 !24–7  Minnesota Vikings 02 !Minnesota Vikings
2, 0–2
Rice Stadium 01 !Rice Stadium Houston, Texas 01 !Houston, Texas 071882 !71,882 17
09 !IX 000000001975-01-12-0000January 12, 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers 01 !Pittsburgh Steelers†
1, 1–0
1606 !16–6  Minnesota Vikings 03 !Minnesota Vikings
3, 0–3
Tulane Stadium 03 !Tulane Stadium 3 New Orleans, Louisiana 03 !New Orleans, Louisiana 3 080997 !80,997 18
10 !X 000000001976-01-18-0000January 18, 1976 Pittsburgh Steelers 02 !Pittsburgh Steelers†
2, 2–0
2117 !21–17 Dallas Cowboys 03 !Dallas Cowboys
3, 1–2
Miami Orange Bowl 04 !Miami Orange Bowl 4 Miami, Florida 04 !Miami, Florida 4note 2 080187 !80,187 19
11 !XI 000000001977-01-09-0000January 9, 1977 Oakland Raiders 02 !Oakland Raiders†
2, 1–1
3214 !32–14 Minnesota Vikings 04 !Minnesota Vikings
4, 0–4
Rose Bowl 01 !Rose Bowl Pasadena, California 03 !Pasadena, California 3note 1 103438 !103,438 20
12 !XII 000000001978-01-15-0000January 15, 1978 Dallas Cowboys 04 !Dallas Cowboys
4, 2–2
2710 !27–10 Denver Broncos 01 !Denver Broncos†
1, 0–1
Louisiana Superdome 01 !Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana 04 !New Orleans, Louisiana 4 076400 !76,400 21
13 !XIII 000000001979-01-21-0000January 21, 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers 03 !Pittsburgh Steelers†
3, 3–0
3531 !35–31 Dallas Cowboys 05 !Dallas Cowboys
5, 2–3
Miami Orange Bowl 05 !Miami Orange Bowl 5 Miami, Florida 05 !Miami, Florida 5note 2 079484 !79,484 22
14 !XIV 000000001980-01-20-0000January 20, 1980 Pittsburgh Steelers 04 !Pittsburgh Steelers†
4, 4–0
3119 !31–19 Los Angeles Rams 01 !Los Angeles Rams
1, 0–1
Rose Bowl 02 !Rose Bowl 2 Pasadena, California 04 !Pasadena, California 4note 1 103985 !103,985 23
15 !XV 000000001981-01-25-0000January 25, 1981 Oakland Raiders 03 !Oakland Raiders†
3, 2–1
2710 !27–10 Philadelphia Eagles 01 !Philadelphia Eagles
1, 0–1
Louisiana Superdome 02 !Louisiana Superdome 2 New Orleans, Louisiana 05 !New Orleans, Louisiana 5 076135 !76,135 24
16 !XVI 000000001982-01-24-0000January 24, 1982 San Francisco 49ers 01 !San Francisco 49ers
1, 1–0
2621 !26–21 Cincinnati Bengals 01 !Cincinnati Bengals†
1, 0–1
Pontiac Silverdome 01 !Pontiac Silverdome Detroit, Michigan 01 !Pontiac, Michigannote 1 081270 !81,270 25
17 !XVII 000000001983-01-30-0000January 30, 1983 Washington Redskins 02 !Washington Redskins
2, 1–1
2717 !27–17 Miami Dolphins 04 !Miami Dolphins†
4, 2–2
Rose Bowl 03 !Rose Bowl 3 Pasadena, California 05 !Pasadena, California 5note 1 103667 !103,667 26
18 !XVIII 000000001984-01-22-0000January 22, 1984 Oakland Raiders 04 !Los Angeles Raiders†
4, 3–1
3809 !38–9  Washington Redskins 03 !Washington Redskins
3, 1–2
Tampa Stadium 01 !Tampa Stadium Tampa, Florida 01 !Tampa, Florida 072920 !72,920 27
19 !XIX 000000001985-01-20-0000January 20, 1985 San Francisco 49ers 02 !San Francisco 49ers
2, 2–0
3816 !38–16 Miami Dolphins 05 !Miami Dolphins†
5, 2–3
Stanford Stadium 01 !Stanford Stadium Santa Clara, California 01 !Stanford, Californianote 1 084059 !84,059 28
20 !XX 000000001986-01-26-0000January 26, 1986 Chicago Bears 01 !Chicago Bears
1, 1–0
4610 !46–10 New England Patriots 01 !New England Patriots†
1, 0–1
Louisiana Superdome 03 !Louisiana Superdome 3 New Orleans, Louisiana 06 !New Orleans, Louisiana 6 073818 !73,818 29
21 !XXI 000000001987-01-25-0000January 25, 1987 New York Giants 01 !New York Giants
1, 1–0
3920 !39–20 Denver Broncos 02 !Denver Broncos†
2, 0–2
Rose Bowl 04 !Rose Bowl 4 Pasadena, California 06 !Pasadena, California 6note 1 101063 !101,063 30
22 !XXII 000000001988-01-31-0000January 31, 1988 Washington Redskins 04 !Washington Redskins
4, 2–2
4210 !42–10 Denver Broncos 03 !Denver Broncos†
3, 0–3
Qualcomm Stadium 01 !San Diego–Jack Murphy Stadiumnote 3 San Diego, California 01 !San Diego, California 073302 !73,302 31
23 !XXIII 000000001989-01-22-0000January 22, 1989 San Francisco 49ers 03 !San Francisco 49ers
3, 3–0
2016 !20–16 Cincinnati Bengals 02 !Cincinnati Bengals†
2, 0–2
Hard Rock Stadium 01 !Joe Robbie Stadiumnote 3 Miami, Florida 06 !Miami Gardens, Florida 6note 2 075129 !75,129 32
24 !XXIV 000000001990-01-28-0000January 28, 1990 San Francisco 49ers 04 !San Francisco 49ers
4, 4–0
5510 !55–10 Denver Broncos 04 !Denver Broncos†
4, 0–4
Louisiana Superdome 04 !Louisiana Superdome 4 New Orleans, Louisiana 07 !New Orleans, Louisiana 7 072919 !72,919 33
25 !XXV 000000001991-01-27-0000January 27, 1991 New York Giants 02 !New York Giants
2, 2–0
2019 !20–19 Buffalo Bills 01 !Buffalo Bills†
1, 0–1
Tampa Stadium 02 !Tampa Stadium 2 Tampa, Florida 02 !Tampa, Florida 2 073813 !73,813 34
26 !XXVI 000000001992-01-26-0000January 26, 1992 Washington Redskins 05 !Washington Redskins
5, 3–2
3724 !37–24 Buffalo Bills 02 !Buffalo Bills†
2, 0–2
Metrodome 01 !Metrodome Minneapolis, Minnesota 01 !Minneapolis, Minnesota 063130 !63,130 35
27 !XXVII 000000001993-01-31-0000January 31, 1993 Dallas Cowboys 06 !Dallas Cowboys
6, 3–3
5217 !52–17 Buffalo Bills 03 !Buffalo Bills†
3, 0–3
Rose Bowl 05 !Rose Bowl 5 Pasadena, California 07 !Pasadena, California 7note 1 098374 !98,374 36
28 !XXVIII 000000001994-01-30-0000January 30, 1994 Dallas Cowboys 07 !Dallas Cowboys
7, 4–3
3013 !30–13 Buffalo Bills 04 !Buffalo Bills†
4, 0–4
Georgia Dome 01 !Georgia Dome Atlanta, Georgia 01 !Atlanta, Georgia 072817 !72,817 37
29 !XXIX 000000001995-01-29-0000January 29, 1995 San Francisco 49ers 05 !San Francisco 49ers
5, 5–0
4926 !49–26 San Diego Chargers 01 !San Diego Chargers†
1, 0–1
Hard Rock Stadium 02 !Joe Robbie Stadium 2note 3 Miami, Florida 07 !Miami Gardens, Florida 7note 2 074107 !74,107 38
30 !XXX 000000001996-01-28-0000January 28, 1996 Dallas Cowboys 08 !Dallas Cowboys
8, 5–3
2717 !27–17 Pittsburgh Steelers 05 !Pittsburgh Steelers†
5, 4–1
Sun Devil Stadium 01 !Sun Devil Stadium Glendale, Arizona 01 !Tempe, Arizonanote 1 076347 !76,347 39
31 !XXXI 000000001997-01-26-0000January 26, 1997 Green Bay Packers 03 !Green Bay Packers
3, 3–0
3521 !35–21 New England Patriots 02 !New England Patriots†
2, 0–2
Louisiana Superdome 05 !Louisiana Superdome 5 New Orleans, Louisiana 08 !New Orleans, Louisiana 8 072301 !72,301 40
32 !XXXII 000000001998-01-25-0000January 25, 1998 Denver Broncos 05 !Denver Broncos†
5, 1–4
3124 !31–24 Green Bay Packers 04 !Green Bay Packers
4, 3–1
Qualcomm Stadium 02 !Qualcomm Stadium 2note 3 San Diego, California 02 !San Diego, California 2 068912 !68,912 41
33 !XXXIII 000000001999-01-31-0000January 31, 1999 Denver Broncos 06 !Denver Broncos†
6, 2–4
3419 !34–19 Atlanta Falcons 01 !Atlanta Falcons
1, 0–1
Hard Rock Stadium 03 !Pro Player Stadium 3note 3 Miami, Florida 08 !Miami Gardens, Florida 8note 2 074803 !74,803 42
34 !XXXIV 000000002000-01-30-0000January 30, 2000 Los Angeles Rams 02 !St Louis Rams
2, 1–1
2316 !23–16 Tennessee Titans 01 !Tennessee Titans†
1, 0–1
Georgia Dome 02 !Georgia Dome 2 Atlanta, Georgia 02 !Atlanta, Georgia 2 072625 !72,625 43
35 !XXXV 000000002001-01-28-0000January 28, 2001 Baltimore Ravens 01 !Baltimore Ravens†
1, 1–0
3407 !34–7  New York Giants 03 !New York Giants
3, 2–1
Raymond James Stadium 01 !Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida 03 !Tampa, Florida 3 071921 !71,921 44
36 !XXXVI 000000002002-02-03-0000February 3, 2002 New England Patriots 03 !New England Patriots†
3, 1–2
2017 !20–17 Los Angeles Rams 03 !St Louis Rams
3, 1–2
Louisiana Superdome 06 !Louisiana Superdome 6 New Orleans, Louisiana 09 !New Orleans, Louisiana 9 072922 !72,922 45
37 !XXXVII 000000002003-01-26-0000January 26, 2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 01 !Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1, 1–0
4821 !48–21 Oakland Raiders 05 !Oakland Raiders†
5, 3–2
Qualcomm Stadium 03 !Qualcomm Stadium 3note 3 San Diego, California 03 !San Diego, California 3 067603 !67,603 46
38 !XXXVIII 000000002004-02-01-0000February 1, 2004 New England Patriots 04 !New England Patriots†
4, 2–2
3229 !32–29 Carolina Panthers 01 !Carolina Panthers
1, 0–1
NRG Stadium 01 !Reliant Stadiumnote 3 Houston, Texas 02 !Houston, Texas 2 071525 !71,525 47
39 !XXXIX 000000002005-02-06-0000February 6, 2005 New England Patriots 05 !New England Patriots†
5, 3–2
2421 !24–21 Philadelphia Eagles 02 !Philadelphia Eagles
2, 0–2
ALLTEL Stadium 01 !ALLTEL Stadium Jacksonville, Florida 01 !Jacksonville, Florida 078125 !78,125 48
40 !XL 000000002006-02-05-0000February 5, 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers 06 !Pittsburgh Steelers†
6, 5–1
2110 !21–10 Seattle Seahawks 01 !Seattle Seahawks
1, 0–1
Ford Field 01 !Ford Field Detroit, Michigan 02 !Detroit, Michigan 2note 1 068206 !68,206 49
41 !XLI 000000002007-02-04-0000February 4, 2007 Indianapolis Colts 03 !Indianapolis Colts†
3, 2–1
2917 !29–17 Chicago Bears 02 !Chicago Bears
2, 1–1
Hard Rock Stadium 04 !Dolphin Stadium 4note 3 Miami, Florida 09 !Miami Gardens, Florida 9note 2 074512 !74,512 50
42 !XLII 000000002008-02-03-0000February 3, 2008 New York Giants 04 !New York Giants
4, 3–1
1714 !17–14 New England Patriots 06 !New England Patriots†
6, 3–3
University of Phoenix Stadium 01 !University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, Arizona 02 !Glendale, Arizona 2note 1 071101 !71,101 51
43 !XLIII 000000002009-02-01-0000February 1, 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers 07 !Pittsburgh Steelers†
7, 6–1
2723 !27–23 Arizona Cardinals 01 !Arizona Cardinals
1, 0–1
Raymond James Stadium 02 !Raymond James Stadium 2 Tampa, Florida 04 !Tampa, Florida 4 070774 !70,774 52
44 !XLIV 000000002010-02-07-0000February 7, 2010 New Orleans Saints 01 !New Orleans Saints
1, 1–0
3117 !31–17 Indianapolis Colts 04 !Indianapolis Colts†
4, 2–2
Hard Rock Stadium 05 !Sun Life Stadium 5note 3 Miami, Florida 10 !Miami Gardens, Florida 10note 2 074059 !74,059 53
45 !XLV 000000002011-02-06-0000February 6, 2011 Green Bay Packers 05 !Green Bay Packers
5, 4–1
3125 !31–25 Pittsburgh Steelers 08 !Pittsburgh Steelers†
8, 6–2
Cowboys Stadium 01 !Cowboys Stadium Arlington, Texas 01 !Arlington, Texas 103219 !103,219 54
46 !XLVI 000000002012-02-05-0000February 5, 2012 New York Giants 05 !New York Giants
5, 4–1
2117 !21–17 New England Patriots 07 !New England Patriots†
7, 3–4
Lucas Oil Stadium 01 !Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, Indiana 01 !Indianapolis, Indiana 068658 !68,658 5556
47 !XLVII 000000002013-02-03-0000February 3, 2013 Baltimore Ravens 02 !Baltimore Ravens†
2, 2–0
3431 !34–31 San Francisco 49ers 06 !San Francisco 49ers
6, 5–1
Louisiana Superdome 07 !Mercedes-Benz Superdome 7 New Orleans, Louisiana 10 !New Orleans, Louisiana 10 071024 !71,024 5557
48 !XLVIII 000000002014-02-02-0000February 2, 2014 Seattle Seahawks 02 !Seattle Seahawks
2, 1–1
4308 !43–8 Denver Broncos 07 !Denver Broncos†
7, 2–5
MetLife Stadium 01 !MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, New Jersey 01 !East Rutherford, New Jersey 082529 !82,529 58
49 !XLIX 000000002015-02-01-0000February 1, 2015 New England Patriots 08 !New England Patriots†
8, 4–4
2824 !28–24 Seattle Seahawks 03 !Seattle Seahawks
3, 1–2
University of Phoenix Stadium 02 !University of Phoenix Stadium 2 Glendale, Arizona 03 !Glendale, Arizona 3note 1 070288 !70,288 5960
50 !50 000000002016-02-07-0000February 7, 2016 Denver Broncos 08 !Denver Broncos†
8, 3–5
2410 !24–10 Carolina Panthers 02 !Carolina Panthers
2, 0–2
Levi's Stadium 01 !Levi's Stadium Santa Clara, California 02 !Santa Clara, California 2note 1 071088 !71,088 606162
51 !LI 000000002017-02-05-0000February 5, 2017 New England Patriots 09 !New England Patriots†
9, 5–4
3428 !34–28 OT Atlanta Falcons 02 !Atlanta Falcons
2, 0–2
NRG Stadium 02 !NRG Stadium 2note 3 Houston, Texas 03 !Houston, Texas 3 070807 !70,807 606162
52 !LII 000000002018-02-04-0000February 4, 2018 note 4 X 2018 !2017–18 NFC champion at 2017–18 AFC champion† 0018 !— X 2018 !To be determined TBD US Bank Stadium 01 !US Bank Stadium Minneapolis, Minnesota 02 !Minneapolis, Minnesota 2 000018 !TBD 6364
53 !LIII 000000002019-02-03-0000February 3, 2019 note 4 X 2019 !2018–19 AFC champion† at 2018–19 NFC champion 0019 !— X 2019 !To be determined TBD Mercedes-Benz Stadium 01 !Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta, Georgia 03 !Atlanta, Georgia 3 TBD 6566
54 !LIV 000000002020-02-02-0000February 2, 2020 note 4 X 2020 !2019–20 NFC champion at 2019–20 AFC champion† 0020 !— X 2020 !To be determined TBD Hard Rock Stadium 06 !Hard Rock Stadium 6note 3 Miami, Florida 11 !Miami Gardens, Florida 11note 2 TBD 6566
55 !LV 000000002021-02-07-0000February 7, 2021 note 4 X 2020 !2020–21 AFC champion† at 2020–21 NFC champion 0021 !— X 2021 !To be determined TBD Raymond James Stadium 03 !Raymond James Stadium 3 Tampa, Florida 05 !Tampa, Florida 5 TBD 6566
56 !LVI 000000002022-02-06-0000February 6, 2022 note 4 X 2021 !2021–22 NFC champion† at 2021–22 AFC champion 0022 !— X 2022 !To be determined TBD City of Champions Stadium 01 !Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park Inglewood, California 08 !Inglewood, California 8note 1 TBD 6566
Game Date Winning team Score Losing team Venue City Attendance Ref

Consecutive winners

The Steelers defeated the Rams in Super Bowl XIV to win an unprecedented four championships in six years

Seven different franchises have won consecutive Super Bowls, one of which has accomplished it twice:

  • Green Bay Packers Super Bowls I and II
  • Miami Dolphins VII and VIII
  • Pittsburgh Steelers twice: IX and X as well as XIII and XIV
  • San Francisco 49ers XXIII and XXIV
  • Dallas Cowboys XXVII and XXVIII
  • Denver Broncos XXXII and XXXIII
  • New England Patriots XXXVIII and XXXIX

No franchise has yet won three Super Bowls in a row, although several have come close:

  • The Green Bay Packers won the first two Super Bowls, and also won the NFL championship the preceding year
  • The Miami Dolphins appeared in three consecutive Super Bowls VI, VII, and VIII, winning the last two
  • The Pittsburgh Steelers won two consecutive Super Bowls IX and X; the following season they were eliminated in the AFC championship game by the eventual Super Bowl champion Oakland Raiders
  • The San Francisco 49ers won two consecutive Super Bowls XXIII and XXIV; the following season they were eliminated in the NFC championship by the eventual Super Bowl champion New York Giants
  • The Dallas Cowboys won two consecutive Super Bowls XXVII and XXVIII; the following season they were eliminated in the NFC championship game by the eventual champion San Francisco 49ers The Cowboys won Super Bowl XXX the following year for three wins in four seasons

Super Bowl appearances by team

NFL‡/NFC teams 26 wins AFL^/AFC† teams 25 wins
NFL‡/AFC† teamnote 5

In the sortable table below, teams are ordered first by number of appearances, then by number of wins, and finally by season of first appearance In the "Seasons" column, bold years indicate winning seasons, and italic years indicate games not yet completed

Appearances Team Wins Losses Winning
percentage
Seasons
09G-04W !9 New England Patriots† 5 4 556 1985 !1985,† 1996,† 2001,† 2003,† 2004,† 2007,† 2011,† 2014,† 2016
08G-06W !8 Pittsburgh Steelers†note 5 6 2 750 1974 !1974,† 1975,† 1978,† 1979,† 1995,† 2005,† 2008,† 2010†
08G-05W !8 Dallas Cowboys 5 3 625 1970 !1970, 1971, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1992, 1993, 1995
08G-03W !8 Denver Broncos† 3 5 375 1977 !1977,† 1986,† 1987,† 1989,† 1997,† 1998,† 2013,† 2015
06G-05W !6 San Francisco 49ers 5 1 833 1981 !1981, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1994, 2012
05G-04W !5 Green Bay Packers‡ 4 1 800 1966 !1966,‡ 1967,‡ 1996, 1997, 2010
05G-04W !5 New York Giants 4 1 800 1986 !1986, 1990, 2000, 2007, 2011
05G-03W !5 Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders^† 3 2 600 1967,^ 1976,† 1980,† 1983,† 2002†
05G-03W !5 Washington Redskins 3 2 600 1972 !1972, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1991
05G-02W !5 Miami Dolphins† 2 3 400 1971 !1971,† 1972,† 1973,† 1982,† 1984†
04G-02W !4 Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts‡†note 5 2 2 500 1968 !1968,‡ 1970,† 2006,† 2009†
04G-00W !4 Minnesota Vikings‡ 0 4 000 1969 !1969,‡ 1973, 1974, 1976
04G-00W !4 Buffalo Bills† 0 4 000 1990 !1990,† 1991,† 1992,† 1993†
03G-01W !3 St Louis/Los Angeles Rams 1 2 333 1979 !1979, 1999, 2001
03G-01W !3 Seattle Seahawks 1 2 333 2005 !2005, 2013, 2014
02G-02W !2 Baltimore Ravens† 2 0 1000 2000 !2000,† 2012
02G-01W !2 Kansas City Chiefs^ 1 1 500 1966 !1966,^ 1969^
02G-01W !2 Chicago Bears 1 1 500 1985 !1985, 2006
02G-00W !2 Philadelphia Eagles 0 2 000 1980 !1980, 2004
02G-00W !2 Cincinnati Bengals† 0 2 000 1981 !1981,† 1988†
02G-00W !2 Atlanta Falcons 0 2 000 1998 !1998, 2016
02G-00W !2 Carolina Panthers 0 2 000 2003 !2003, 2015
01G-01W !1 New York Jets^ 1 0 1000 1968 !1968^
01G-01W !1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 0 1000 2002 !2002
01G-01W !1 New Orleans Saints 1 0 1000 2009 !2009
01G-00W !1 San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers† 0 1 000 1994 !1994†
01G-00W !1 Tennessee Titans† 0 1 000 1999 !1999†
01G-00W !1 Arizona Cardinals 0 1 000 2008 !2008
00G-00W !0 Cleveland Browns†note 5 0 0 none
00G-00W !0 Detroit Lions 0 0 none
00G-00W !0 Jacksonville Jaguars† 0 0 none
00G-00W !0 Houston Texans† 0 0 none

Teams with no Super Bowl appearances

Four current teams have never reached the Super Bowl Two of them held NFL league championships prior to Super Bowl I in the 1966 NFL season:

  • Detroit Lions, NFL champions four times in 1935, 1952, 1953, and 1957; appeared in one other NFL Championship Game in 1954; and appeared in one NFC Championship Game in 199167
  • Cleveland Browns, NFL champions four times in 1950, 1954, 1955, and 1964; appeared in seven other NFL championship games in 1951, 1952, 1953, 1957, 1965, 1968, and 1969; and appeared in three AFC Championship Games in 1986, 1987, and 198968 The Browns are officially viewed as one continuous franchise that began in 1946 as a member of the All-America Football Conference, joined the NFL in 1950, suspended operations from 1996–1998, and resumed play in 199969 The Baltimore Ravens were an expansion team created in 1996 with former Browns players70
  • Jacksonville Jaguars, 1995 expansion team; appeared in two AFC Championship Games in 1996 and 199971
  • Houston Texans, 2002 expansion team; Divisional Round appearances in 2011, 2012, and 2016 seasons

In addition, Detroit, Houston and Jacksonville have hosted Super Bowls; this means Cleveland is the only current NFL city that has neither hosted, nor had its team play in, a Super Bowl

Teams with Super Bowl appearances but no victories

Nine teams have appeared in the Super Bowl without ever winning In descending order of number of appearances, they are:

  • Buffalo Bills 4, appeared in Super Bowls XXV, XXVI, XXVII, and XXVIII Their second and last AFL championship was in 1965, the season before the first Super Bowl
  • Minnesota Vikings 4, appeared in Super Bowls IV, VIII, IX, and XI They won the NFL Championship Game in 1969, the last year before the AFL–NFL merger, but failed to win the subsequent Super Bowl An NFL expansion team in 1961, they have no pre-Super Bowl league championships
  • Cincinnati Bengals 2, appeared in Super Bowls XVI and XXIII An AFL expansion team in 1968, they have no pre-Super Bowl league championships
  • Philadelphia Eagles 2, appeared in Super Bowls XV and XXXIX Their last championship was in 1960
  • Atlanta Falcons 2, appeared in Super Bowls XXXIII and LI An expansion team in 1966, they have no pre-Super Bowl league championships
  • Carolina Panthers 2, appeared in Super Bowls XXXVIII and 50 A post-merger expansion team, their first season was in 1995
  • Arizona Cardinals 1, appeared in Super Bowl XLIII Their last championship was in 1947 as the Chicago Cardinals
  • Los Angeles Chargers 1, appeared in Super Bowl XXIX as the San Diego Chargers Their only AFL championship was in 1963
  • Tennessee Titans 1, appeared in Super Bowl XXXIV Their second and last AFL championship was in 1961 as the Houston Oilers

Teams with long Super Bowl droughts

The Jets' victory over the Colts in Super Bowl III was the team's last championship appearance

The following eight teams have appeared in the Super Bowl, but not since 1995, meaning their droughts are longer than Jacksonville's and Houston's

Two of these teams have not appeared in the Super Bowl since the AFL–NFL merger in 1970:72

  • New York Jets most recently appeared in Super Bowl III, 1968 season
  • Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl IV in 1969 season

The most recent Super Bowl appearance for the following teams was after the AFL–NFL merger, but prior to the 1995 regular season:

  • Minnesota Vikings Super Bowl XI, 1976 season
  • Miami Dolphins Super Bowl XIX, 1984 season
  • Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl XXIII, 1988 season
  • Washington Redskins Super Bowl XXVI, 1991 season
  • Buffalo Bills Super Bowl XXVIII, 1993 season
  • San Diego Chargers Super Bowl XXIX, 1994 season

Super Bowl rematches

The following teams have faced each other more than once in the Super Bowl:

  • Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers 3 – Super Bowls X and XIII were won by Pittsburgh, and Super Bowl XXX was won by Dallas See also Cowboys–Steelers rivalry
  • Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins 2 – Super Bowl VII was won by Miami, and Super Bowl XVII was won by Washington
  • Cincinnati Bengals and San Francisco 49ers 2 – Super Bowls XVI and XXIII were both won by San Francisco
  • Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys 2 – Super Bowls XXVII and XXVIII, the only rematch in consecutive seasons, were both won by Dallas
  • New England Patriots and New York Giants 2 – Super Bowls XLII and XLVI were both won by New York

See also

  • National Football League portal
  • American football portal
  • History of National Football League championship
  • List of AFC champions
  • List of NFC champions
  • List of NFL champions
  • List of Super Bowl records
  • Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Award
  • List of NFL franchise post-season droughts
  • List of NFL franchise post-season streaks

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Los Angeles, Pasadena, and Inglewood are all located in the Greater Los Angeles Area5 Pontiac, Michigan, is a suburb of Detroit6 Both Tempe and Glendale are suburbs of Phoenix, Arizona78 Both Stanford and Santa Clara are part of the San Francisco Bay Area Combined Statistical Area9
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k The Miami Orange Bowl was in Miami proper Hard Rock Stadium, also in Miami-Dade County, opened in an unincorporated area with a Miami address; the area was incorporated as Miami Gardens in 2003
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Stadium renaming Qualcomm Stadium was originally known as San Diego Stadium and San Diego–Jack Murphy Stadium Hard Rock Stadium has also been variously known over the years as Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Park, Pro Player Stadium, Dolphins Stadium with a plural "s", Dolphin Stadium with no "s", Land Shark Stadium, and Sun Life Stadium NRG Stadium was originally known as Reliant Stadium
  4. ^ a b c d e Dates are tentative, pending possible future changes to the NFL calendar
  5. ^ a b c d The Colts, Steelers and Browns moved from the NFL to the newly-formed AFC, joining the ten extant AFL franchises, when the two leagues merged in 1970 Additionally, although the 1995 Cleveland Browns became the 1996 Baltimore Ravens, the Browns' name, brand and history remained in Cleveland and was continued by the 1999 Cleveland Browns; the Ravens, for historical purposes, are considered a separate franchise

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  12. ^ "Super Bowl 3: The Broadway Joe Show" Sporting News 1969-01-12 Retrieved 2009-08-25 
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External links

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