Super Bowl Champions

Which team will win the 2020 NFL Super Bowl? We will know at the completion of the NFL season. Winning the Super Bowl is the ultimate reward in pro football. In a league full of great players, only one team can life the trophy after winning the Super Bowl. Below is a complete list of the Super Bowl champions, their opponent, the score and location – for all Super Bowls from 1967 to Present.


List of Super Bowl Champions (1967 to Present)

Game
Date
Champion
Score
Opponent
Location
I01-15
1967
Green Bay Packers35–10Kansas City ChiefsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, California
II01-14
1968
Green Bay Packers33–14Oakland RaidersMiami Orange Bowl
Miami, Florida
III01-12
1969
New York Jets16–7Baltimore ColtsMiami Orange Bowl 
Miami, Florida
IV01-11
1970
Kansas City Chiefs23–7Minnesota VikingsTulane Stadium
New Orleans, Louisiana
V01-17
1971
Baltimore Colts16–13Dallas CowboysMiami Orange Bowl 
Miami, Florida
VI01-16
1972
Dallas Cowboys24–3Miami DolphinsTulane Stadium
New Orleans, Louisiana
VII01-14
1973
Miami Dolphins14–7Washington RedskinsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, California
VIII01-13
1974
Miami Dolphins24–7Minnesota VikingsRice Stadium
Houston, Texas
IX01-12
1975
Pittsburgh Steelers16–6Minnesota VikingsTulane Stadium
New Orleans, Louisiana
X01-18
1976
Pittsburgh Steelers21–17Dallas CowboysMiami Orange Bowl
Miami, Florida
XI01-9
1977
Oakland Raiders32–14Minnesota VikingsRose Bowl Stadium
Pasadena, California
XII01-15
1978
Dallas Cowboys27–10Denver BroncosLouisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
XIII01-21
1979
Pittsburgh Steelers35–31Dallas CowboysMiami Orange Bowl
Miami, Florida
XIV01-20
1980
Pittsburgh Steelers31–19Los Angeles RamsRose Bowl Stadium
Pasadena, California
XV01-25
1981
Oakland Raiders27–10Philadelphia EaglesLouisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
XVI01-24
1982
San Francisco 49ers26–21Cincinnati BengalsPontiac Silverdome
Pontiac, Michigan
XVII01-30
1983
Washington Redskins27–17Miami DolphinsRose Bowl Stadium
Pasadena, California
XVIII01-22
1984
Los Angeles Raiders38–9Washington RedskinsTampa Stadium
Tampa, Florida
XIX01-20
1985
San Francisco 49ers38–16Miami DolphinsStanford Stadium
Stanford, California
XX01-26
1986
Chicago Bears46–10New England PatriotsLouisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
XXI01-25
1987
New York Giants39–20Denver BroncosRose Bowl Stadium
Pasadena, California
XXII01-31
1988
Washington Redskins42–10Denver BroncosJack Murphy Stadium
San Diego, California
XXIII01-22
1989
San Francisco 49ers20–16Cincinnati BengalsJoe Robbie Stadium
Miami, Florida
XXIV01-28
1990
San Francisco 49ers55–10Denver BroncosLouisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
XXV01-27
1991
New York Giants20–19Buffalo BillsTampa Stadium
Tampa, Florida
XXVI01-26
1992
Washington Redskins37–24Buffalo BillsMetrodome
Minneapolis, Minnesota
XXVII01-31
1993
Dallas Cowboys52–17Buffalo BillsRose Bowl Stadium
Pasadena, California
XXVIII01-30
1994
Dallas Cowboys30–13Buffalo BillsGeorgia Dome
Atlanta, Georgia
XXIX01-29
1995
San Francisco 49ers49–26San Diego ChargersJoe Robbie Stadium
Miami, Florida
XXX01-28
1996
Dallas Cowboys27–17Pittsburgh SteelersSun Devil Stadium
Tempe, Arizona
XXXI01-26
1997
Green Bay Packers35–21New England PatriotsLouisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
XXXII01-25
1998
Denver Broncos31–24Green Bay PackersQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, California
XXXIII01-31
1999
Denver Broncos34–19Atlanta FalconsPro Player Stadium
Miami, Florida
XXXIV01-30
2000
St. Louis Rams23–16Tennessee TitansGeorgia Dome
Atlanta, Georgia
XXXV01-28
2001
Baltimore Ravens34–7New York GiantsRaymond James Stadium
Tampa, Florida
XXXVI02-3
2002
New England Patriots20–17St. Louis RamsLouisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
XXXVII01-26
2003
Tampa Bay Buccaneers48–21Oakland RaidersQualcomm Stadium
San Diego, California
XXXVIII02-1
2004
New England Patriots32–29Carolina PanthersReliant Stadium
Houston, Texas
XXXIX02-6
2005
New England Patriots24–21Philadelphia EaglesALLTEL Stadium
Jacksonville, Florida
XL02-5
2006
Pittsburgh Steelers21–10Seattle SeahawksFord Field
Detroit, Michigan
XLI02-4
2007
Indianapolis Colts29–17Chicago BearsDolphin Stadium
Miami Gardens, Florida
XLII02-3
2008
New York Giants17–14New England PatriotsUniversity of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, Arizona
XLIII02-1
2009
Pittsburgh Steelers27-23Arizona CardinalsRaymond James Stadium
Tampa Bay, Florida
XLIV02-7
2010
New Orleans Saints31-17Indianapolis ColtsDolphin Stadium
Miami, Florida
XLV02-6
2011
Green Bay Packers31-25Pittsburgh SteelersCowboys Stadium
Arlington, Texas
XLVI02-5
2012
New York Giants21–17New England PatriotsLucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis, Indiana
XLVII02-3
2013
Baltimore Ravens34-31San Francisco 49ersMercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
XLVIII02-2
2014
Seattle Seahawks43-8Denver BroncosMetLife Stadium
East Rutherford, New Jersey
XLIX02-1
2015
New England Patriots28-24Seattle SeahawksUniversity of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, Arizona
50Feb 7th
2016
Denver Broncos24-10Carolina PanthersLevi’s Stadium
Santa Clara, California
LIFeb 5th
2017
New England Patriots34-28Atlanta FalconsNRG Stadium
Houston, Texas
LIIFeb 4th
2018
Philadelphia Eagles41-33New England PatriotsUS Bank Stadium
Minneapolis, Minnesota
LIIIFeb 3rd
2019
New England Patriots13-3Los Angeles RamsMercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, Georgia
LIVFeb 2nd
2020
TBDTBDTBDHard Rock Stadium
Miami, Florida

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