History of Super Bowl winners Since 1967 to present

Super Bowl winners

The NFL finale and the most awaited match ever in a sport of an American Football History, we are talking about Super Bowl winners.

This whole excitement starts back in 1967, in which the winners of AFC and NFC enter in the Super Bowl after the Divisional Playoffs.

As per 2017, 51 Super Bowl games ever played, in which Pittsburgh Steelers won the most of it,  with 6 Super Bowl trophies in their name. Even the England Patriots appeared out of 9 times and winning 5 Super Bowl in their appearance.

Who is the most Successful Team in Super Bowl winners ever

The era of Super Bowl is long enough to make a half century. Since the beginning from 1967, America got 51 Super Bowls, Pittsburgh Steelers is the only team who managed to win total 6 titles.

It’s the most amount of wins they have which ever a team could have to get in American Football History.

Before we present you the whole list of Super Bowl winners since its beginning and runner-ups, we note down top 5 Teams who got most of the titles in Super Bowl until 2017.

  • Pittsburgh Steelers– 6 titles (8 Super Bowls)
  • New England Patriots– 5 titles (9 Super Bowls)
  • Dallas Cowboys– 5 titles (8 Super Bowls)
  • San Francisco 49ers– 5 titles (6 Super Bowls)
  • Green Bay Packers– 4 titles (5 Super Bowls)

Super Bowl winners Since 1967 to present

Now here is the whole list of every Super Bowl finale winner since 1967:

New England Patriots Atlanta

YEAR NO WINNERS RUNNERS-UP SCORE
2017 51 (LI) Falcons 34-2Patriots-Atlanta
2016 50 (L) Denver Broncos  Carolina Panthers 24-10
2015 49 (XLIX) New England Patriots  Seattle Seahawks 28-24
2014 48 (XLVIII) Seattle Seahawks  Denver Broncos 43-8
2013 47 (XLVII) Baltimore Ravens  San Francisco 49ers 43-8
2012 46 (XLVI) New York Giants  New England Patriots 21-17
2011 45 (XLV) Green Bay Packers  Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25
2010 44 (XLIV) New Orleans Saints  Indianapolis Colts 31–17
2009 43 (XLIII) Pittsburgh Steelers   Arizona Cardinals 27-23
2008 42 (XLII) New York Giants  New England Patriots 17-14
2007 41 (XLI) Indianapolis Colts  Chicago Bears 29-17
2006 40 (XL) Pittsburgh Steelers Seattle 21-10
2005 39 (XXXIX) New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles 24-21
2004 38 (XXXVIII) New England Patriots Carolina 32-29
2003 37 (XXXVII) Tampa Bay  Oakland Raiders 48-21
2002 36 (XXXVI) New England Patriots St Louis 20-17
2001 35 (XXXV) Baltimore Ravens  NY Giants 34-7
2000 34 (XXXIV) St Louis  Tennessee 23-16
1999 33 (XXXIII) Denver Broncos Atlanta Flacons 34-19
1998 32 (XXXII) Denver Broncos Green Bay Packers 31-24
1997 31 (XXXI) Green Bay Packers New England Patriots 35-21
1996 30 (XXX) Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17
1995 29 (XXIX) San Francisco 49ers San Diego 49-26
1994 28 (XXVIII) Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills 30-13
1993 27 (XXVII) Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills 52-17
1992 26 (XXVI) Washington Redskins Buffalo Bills 37-24
1991 25 (XXV) New York Giants  Buffalo Bills 20-19
1990 24 (XXIV) San Francisco 49ers Denver Broncos 55-10
1989 23 (XXIII) San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals 20-16
1988 22 (XXII) Washington Redskins Denver Broncos 42-10
1987 21 (XXI) New York Giants  Denver Broncos 39-20
1986 20 (XX) Chicago  New England Patriots 46-10
1985 19 (XIX) San Francisco 49ers Miami Dolphins 38-16
1984 18 (XVIII) LA Raiders  Washington Redskins 38-9
1983 17 (XVII) Washington Redskins Miami Dolphins 27-17
1982 16 (XVI) San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Benglas 26-21
1981 15 (XV) Oakland Raiders Philadelphia Eagles 27-10
1980 14 (XIV) Pittsburgh Steelers LA Rams 31-19
1979 13 (XIII) Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys 35-31
1978 12 (XII) Dallas Cowboys Denver Broncos 27-10
1977 11 (XI) Oakland Raiders Minnesota Vikings 32-14
1976 10 (X) Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys 21-17
1975 9 (IX) Pittsburgh Steelers Minnesota Vikings 16-6
1974 8 (VIII) Miami Dolphins Minnesota Vikings 24-7
1973 7 (VII) Miami Dolphins Washington Redskins 14-7
1972 6 (VI) Dallas Cowboys Miami Dolphins 24-3
1971 5 (V) Baltimore Ravens Dallas Cowboys 16-13
1970 4 (IV) Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings 23-7
1969 3 (III) New York Jets Baltimore Ravens 16-7
1968 2 (II) Green Bay Packers Oakland Raiders 33-14
1967 1 (I) Green Bay Packers Kansas City Chiefs 35-10

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