Championship history of Super Bowl Winners along with past Super Bowl MVP's

A complete list of past Super Bowl winners, including the winning score, location and MVP since the first Super Bowl held in Los Angeles in 1967.

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Super Bowl    Year      Winner Opponent Score     MVP Winning Coach NFC Championship Loser AFC Championship Loser Location More Info
LI 2017 New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons 34-28 (OT) Tom Brady Bill Belichick Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
Super Bowl:LI
MVP: Tom Brady
Winning Coach: Bill Belichick
NFC Championship Loser: Green Bay Packers
AFC Championship Loser: Pittsburgh Steelers
Location:NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
L 2016 Denver Broncos Carolina Panthers 24-10 Von Miller Gary Kubiak Arizona Cardinals New England Patriots Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
Super Bowl:L
MVP: Von Miller
Winning Coach:Gary Kubiak
NFC Championship Loser:Arizona Cardinals
AFC Championship Loser:New England Patriots
Location:Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
XLIX 2015 New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks 28-24 Tom Brady Bill Belichick Green Bay Packers Indianapolis Colts University of Phoenix, Glendale, AZ
Super Bowl:XLIX
MVP:Tom Brady
Winning Coach:Bill Belichick
NFC Championship Loser:Green Bay Packers
AFC Championship Loser:Indianapolis Colts
Location:University of Phoenix, Glendale, AZ
XLVIII 2014 Seattle Seahawks Denver Broncos 43-8 Malcolm Smith Pete Carroll San Francisco 49ers New England Patriots MetLife Stadium, NJ
Super Bowl:XLVIII
MVP:Malcolm Smith
Winning Coach:Pete Carroll
NFC Championship Loser:San Francisco 49ers
AFC Championship Loser:New England Patriots
Location:MetLife Stadium, NJ
XLVII 2013 Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers 34-31 Joe Flaco John Harbaugh Atlanta Falcons New England Patriots New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl:XLVII
MVP:Joe Flaco
Winning Coach:John Harbaugh
NFC Championship Loser:Atlanta Falcons
AFC Championship Loser:New England Patriots
Location:New Orleans, LA
XLVI 2012 New York Giants New England Patriots 21-17 Eli Manning Tom Coughlin San Francisco 49ers Baltimore Ravens Indianapolis, IN
Super Bowl:XLVI
MVP:Eli Manning
Winning Coach:Tom Coughlin
NFC Championship Loser:San Francisco 49ers
AFC Championship Loser:Baltimore Ravens
Location:Indianapolis, IN
XLV 2011 Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 Aaron Rodgers Mike McCarthy Chicago Bears NY Jets Dallas, TX
Super Bowl:XLV
MVP:Aaron Rodgers
Winning Coach:Mike McCarthy
NFC Championship Loser:Chicago Bears
AFC Championship Loser:NY Jets
Location:Dallas, TX
XLIV 2010 New Orleans Saints Indianapolis Colts 31-17 Drew Brees Sean Payton Minnesota Vikings NY Jets Miami, FL
Super Bowl:XLIV
MVP:Drew Brees
Winning Coach:Sean Payton
NFC Championship Loser:Minnesota Vikings
AFC Championship Loser:NY Jets
Location:Miami, FL
XLIII 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers Arizona Cardinals 27-23 Santonio HolmesMike Tomlin Philadelphia Eagles Baltimore Ravens Tampa, FL
Super Bowl:XLIII
MVP:Santonio Holmes
Winning Coach:Mike Tomlin
NFC Championship Loser:Philadelphia Eagles
AFC Championship Loser:Baltimore Ravens
Location:Tampa, FL
XLII 2008 New York Giants New England Patriots 17-14 Eli Manning Tom Coughlin Green Bay Packers San Diego Chargers Glendale, Ariz
Super Bowl:XLII
MVP:Eli Manning
Winning Coach:Tom Coughlin
NFC Championship Loser:Green Bay Packers
AFC Championship Loser:San Diego Chargers
Location:Glendale, Ariz
XLI 2007 Indianapolis Colts Chicago Bears 29-17 Peyton Manning Tony Dungy New Orleans Saints New England Patriots Miami, FL
Super Bowl:XLI
MVP:Peyton Manning
Winning Coach:Tony Dungy
NFC Championship Loser:New Orleans Saints
AFC Championship Loser:New England Patriots
Location:Miami, FL
XL 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers Seattle Seahawks 21-10 Hines Ward Bill Cowher Carolina Panthers Denver Broncos Detroit, MI
Super Bowl:XL
MVP:Hines Ward
Winning Coach:Bill Cowher
NFC Championship Loser:Carolina Panthers
AFC Championship Loser:Denver Broncos
Location:Detroit, MI
XXXIX 2005 New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles 24-21 Deion Branch Bill Belichick Atlanta Falcons Pittsburgh Steelers Jacksonville, FL
Super Bowl:XXXIX
MVP:Deion Branch
Winning Coach:Bill Belichick
NFC Championship Loser:Atlanta Falcons
AFC Championship Loser:Pittsburgh Steelers
Location:Jacksonville, FL
XXXVIII 2004 New England Patriots Carolina Panthers 32-29 Tom Brady Bill Belichick Philadelphia Eagles Indianapolis Colts Houston, TX
Super Bowl:XXXVIII
MVP:Tom Brady
Winning Coach:Bill Belichick
NFC Championship Loser:Philadelphia Eagles
AFC Championship Loser:Indianapolis Colts
Location:Houston, TX
XXXVII 2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Oakland Raiders 48-21 Dexter Jackson Jon Gruden Philadelphia Eagles Tennessee Titans San Diego, CA
Super Bowl:XXXVII
MVP:Dexter Jackson
Winning Coach:Jon Gruden
NFC Championship Loser:Philadelphia Eagles
AFC Championship Loser:Tennessee Titans
Location:San Diego, CA
XXXVI 2002 New England Patriots St. Louis Rams 20-17 Tom Brady Bill Belichick Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl:XXXVI
MVP:Tom Brady
Winning Coach:Bill Belichick
NFC Championship Loser:Philadelphia Eagles
AFC Championship Loser:Pittsburgh Steelers
Location:New Orleans, LA
XXXV 2001 Baltimore Ravens New York Giants 34-7 Ray Lewis Brian Billick Minnesota Vikings Oakland Raiders Tampa, FL
Super Bowl:XXXV
MVP:Ray Lewis
Winning Coach:Brian Billick
NFC Championship Loser:Minnesota Vikings
AFC Championship Loser:Oakland Raiders
Location:Tampa, FL
XXXIV 2000 St. Louis Rams Tennessee Titans 23-16 Kurt Warner Dick Vermeil Jacksonville Jaguars Tampa Bay Buccaneers Atlanta, GA
Super Bowl:XXXIV
MVP:Kurt Warner
Winning Coach:Dick Vermeil
NFC Championship Loser:Jacksonville Jaguars
AFC Championship Loser:Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Location:Atlanta, GA
XXXIII 1999 Denver Broncos Atlanta Falcons 34-19 John Elway Mike Shanahan Minnesota Vikings NY Jets Miami, FL
Super Bowl:XXXIII
MVP:John Elway
Winning Coach:Mike Shanahan
NFC Championship Loser:Minnesota Vikings
AFC Championship Loser:NY Jets
Location:Miami, FL
XXXII 1998 Denver Broncos Green Bay Packers 31-24 Terrell Davis Mike Shanahan San Francisco 49ers Pittsburgh Steelers San Diego, CA
Super Bowl:XXXII
MVP:Terrell Davis
Winning Coach:Mike Shanahan
NFC Championship Loser:San Francisco 49ers
AFC Championship Loser:Pittsburgh Steelers
Location:San Diego, CA
XXXI 1997 Green Bay Packers New England Patriots 35-21 Desmond Howard Mike Holmgren Carolina Panthers Jacksonville Jaguars New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl:XXXI
MVP:Desmond Howard
Winning Coach:Mike Holmgren
NFC Championship Loser:Carolina Panthers
AFC Championship Loser:Jacksonville Jaguars
Location:New Orleans, LA
XXX 1996 Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 Larry Brown Barry Switzer Green Bay Packers Indianapolis Colts Tempe, AZ
Super Bowl:XXX
MVP:Larry Brown
Winning Coach:Barry Switzer
NFC Championship Loser:Green Bay Packers
AFC Championship Loser:Indianapolis Colts
Location:Tempe, AZ
XXIX 1995 San Francisco 49ers San Diego Chargers 49-26 Steve Young George Seifert Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers Miami, FL
Super Bowl:XXIX
MVP:Steve Young
Winning Coach:George Seifert
NFC Championship Loser:Dallas Cowboys
AFC Championship Loser:Pittsburgh Steelers
Location:Miami, FL
XXVIII 1994 Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills 30-13 Emmitt Smith Jimmy Johnson San Francisco 49ers Kansas City Chiefs Atlanta, GA
Super Bowl:XXVIII
MVP:Emmitt Smith
Winning Coach:Jimmy Johnson
NFC Championship Loser:San Francisco 49ers
AFC Championship Loser:Kansas City Chiefs
Location:Atlanta, GA
XXVII 1993 Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills 52-17 Troy Aikman Jimmy Johnson San Francisco 49ers Miami Dolphins Pasadena, CA
Super Bowl:XXVII
MVP:Troy Aikman
Winning Coach:Jimmy Johnson
NFC Championship Loser:San Francisco 49ers
AFC Championship Loser:Miami Dolphins
Location:Pasadena, CA
XXVI 1992 Washington Redskins Buffalo Bills 37-24 Mark Rypien Joe Gibbs Detroit Lions Denver Broncos Minneapolis, MN
Super Bowl:XXVI
MVP:Mark Rypien
Winning Coach:Joe Gibbs
NFC Championship Loser:Detroit Lions
AFC Championship Loser:Denver Broncos
Location:Minneapolis, MN
XXV 1991 New York Giants Buffalo Bills 20-19 Ottis Anderson Bill Parcells San Francisco 49ers LA Raiders Tampa, FL
Super Bowl:XXV
MVP:Ottis Anderson
Winning Coach:Bill Parcells
NFC Championship Loser:San Francisco 49ers
AFC Championship Loser:LA Raiders
Location:Tampa, FL
XXIV 1990 San Francisco 49ers Denver Broncos 55-10 Joe Montana George Seifert LA Rams Cleveland Browns New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl:XXIV
MVP:Joe Montana
Winning Coach:George Seifert
NFC Championship Loser:LA Rams
AFC Championship Loser:Cleveland Browns
Location:New Orleans, LA
XXIII 1989 San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals 20-16 Jerry Rice Bill Walsh Chicago Bears Buffalo Bills Miami, FL
Super Bowl:XXIII
MVP:Jerry Rice
Winning Coach:Bill Walsh
NFC Championship Loser:Chicago Bears
AFC Championship Loser:Buffalo Bills
Location:Miami, FL
XXII 1988 Washington Redskins Denver Broncos 42-10 Doug Williams Joe Gibbs Minnesota Vikings Cleveland Browns San Diego, CA
Super Bowl:XXII
MVP:Doug Williams
Winning Coach:Joe Gibbs
NFC Championship Loser:Minnesota Vikings
AFC Championship Loser:Cleveland Browns
Location:San Diego, CA
XXI 1987 New York Giants Denver Broncos 39-20 Phil Simms Bill Parcells Washington Redskins Cleveland Browns Pasadena, CA
Super Bowl:XXI
MVP:Phil Simms
Winning Coach:Bill Parcells
NFC Championship Loser:Washington Redskins
AFC Championship Loser:Cleveland Browns
Location:Pasadena, CA
XX 1986 Chicago Bears New England Patriots 46-10 Richard Dent Mike Ditka LA Rams Miami Dolphins New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl:XX
MVP:Richard Dent
Winning Coach:Mike Ditka
NFC Championship Loser:LA Rams
AFC Championship Loser:Miami Dolphins
Location:New Orleans, LA
XIX 1985 San Francisco 49ers Miami Dolphins 38-16 Joe Montana Bill Walsh Chicago Bears Pittsburgh Steelers Stanford, CA
Super Bowl:XIX
MVP:Joe Montana
Winning Coach:Bill Walsh
NFC Championship Loser:Chicago Bears
AFC Championship Loser:Pittsburgh Steelers
Location:Stanford, CA
XVIII 1984 LA Raiders Washington Redskins 38-9 Marcus Allen Tom Flores San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks Tampa, FL
Super Bowl:XVIII
MVP:Marcus Allen
Winning Coach:Tom Flores
NFC Championship Loser:San Francisco 49ers
AFC Championship Loser:Seattle Seahawks
Location:Tampa, FL
XVII 1983 Washington Redskins Miami Dolphins 27-17 John Riggins Joe Gibbs Dallas Cowboys NY Jets Pasadena, CA
Super Bowl:XVII
MVP:John Riggins
Winning Coach:Joe Gibbs
NFC Championship Loser:Dallas Cowboys
AFC Championship Loser:NY Jets
Location:Pasadena, CA
XVI 1982 San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals 26-21 Joe Montana Bill Walsh Dallas Cowboys San Diego Chargers Pontiac, MI
Super Bowl:XVI
MVP:Joe Montana
Winning Coach:Bill Walsh
NFC Championship Loser:Dallas Cowboys
AFC Championship Loser:San Diego Chargers
Location:Pontiac, MI
XV 1981 Oakland Raiders Philadelphia Eagles 27-10 Jim Plunkett Tom Flores Dallas Cowboys San Diego Chargers New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl:XV
MVP:Jim Plunkett
Winning Coach:Tom Flores
NFC Championship Loser:Dallas Cowboys
AFC Championship Loser:San Diego Chargers
Location:New Orleans, LA
XIV 1980 Pittsburgh Steelers Los Angeles Rams 31-19 Terry Bradshaw Chuck Noll Tampa Bay Buccaneers Houston Oilers Pasadena, CA
Super Bowl:XIV
MVP:Terry Bradshaw
Winning Coach:Chuck Noll
NFC Championship Loser:Tampa Bay Buccaneers
AFC Championship Loser:Houston Oilers
Location:Pasadena, CA
XIII 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys 35-31 Terry Bradshaw Chuck Noll LA Rams Houston Oilers Miami, FL
Super Bowl:XIII
MVP:Terry Bradshaw
Winning Coach:Chuck Noll
NFC Championship Loser:LA Rams
AFC Championship Loser:Houston Oilers
Location:Miami, FL
XII 1978 Dallas Cowboys Denver Broncos 27-10 Randy White, Harvey Martin Tom Landry Minnesota Vikings Oakland Raiders New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl:XII
MVP:Randy White, Harvey Martin
Winning Coach:Tom Landry
NFC Championship Loser:Minnesota Vikings
AFC Championship Loser:Oakland Raiders
Location:New Orleans, LA
XI 1977 Oakland Raiders Minnesota Vikings 32-14 Fred BiletnikoffJohn Madden LA Rams Pittsburgh Steelers Pasadena, CA
Super Bowl:XI
MVP:Fred Biletnikoff
Winning Coach:John Madden
NFC Championship Loser:LA Rams
AFC Championship Loser:Pittsburgh Steelers
Location:Pasadena, CA
X 1976 Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys 21-17 Lynn Swann Chuck Noll LA Rams Oakland Raiders Miami, FL
Super Bowl:X
MVP:Lynn Swann
Winning Coach:Chuck Noll
NFC Championship Loser:LA Rams
AFC Championship Loser:Oakland Raiders
Location:Miami, FL
IX 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers Minnesota Vikings 16-6 Franco Harris Chuck Noll LA Rams Oakland Raiders New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl:IX
MVP:Franco Harris
Winning Coach:Chuck Noll
NFC Championship Loser:LA Rams
AFC Championship Loser:Oakland Raiders
Location:New Orleans, LA
VIII 1974 Miami Dolphins Minnesota Vikings 24-7 Larry Csonka Don Shula Dallas Cowboys Oakland Raiders Houston, TX
Super Bowl:VIII
MVP:Larry Csonka
Winning Coach:Don Shula
NFC Championship Loser:Dallas Cowboys
AFC Championship Loser:Oakland Raiders
Location:Houston, TX
VII 1973 Miami Dolphins Washington Redskins 14-7 Jake Scott Don Shula Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers Los Angeles, CA
Super Bowl:VII
MVP:ake Scott
Winning Coach:Don Shula
NFC Championship Loser:Dallas Cowboys
AFC Championship Loser:Pittsburgh Steelers
Location:Los Angeles, CA
VI 1972 Dallas Cowboys Miami Dolphins 24-3 Roger Staubach Tom Landry SF 49ers Baltimore Colts New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl:VI
MVP:Roger Staubach
Winning Coach:Tom Landry
NFC Championship Loser:SF 49ers
AFC Championship Loser:Baltimore Colts
Location:New Orleans, LA
V 1971 Baltimore Colts Dallas Cowboys 16-13 Chuck Howley Don McCafferty SF 49ers Oakland Raiders Miami, FL
Super Bowl:V
MVP:Chuck Howley
Winning Coach:Don McCafferty
NFC Championship Loser:SF 49ers
AFC Championship Loser:Oakland Raiders
Location:Miami, FL
IV 1970 Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings 23-7 Len Dawson Hank Stram Cleveland Browns Oakland Raiders New Orleans, LA
Super Bowl:IV
MVP:Len Dawson
Winning Coach:Hank Stram
NFC Championship Loser:Cleveland Browns
AFC Championship Loser:Oakland Raiders
Location:New Orleans, LA
III 1969 New York Jets Baltimore Colts 16-7 Joe Namath Weeb Ewbank Cleveland Browns Oakland Raiders Miami, FL
Super Bowl:III
MVP:Joe Namath
Winning Coach:Weeb Ewbank
NFC Championship Loser:Cleveland Browns
AFC Championship Loser:Oakland Raiders
Location:Miami, FL
II 1968 Green Bay Packers Oakland Raiders 33-14 Bart Starr Vince Lombardi Dallas Cowboys Houston Oilers Miami, FL
Super Bowl:II
MVP:Bart Starr
Winning Coach:Vince Lombardi
NFC Championship Loser:Dallas Cowboys
AFC Championship Loser:Houston Oilers
Location:Miami, FL
I 1967 Green Bay Packers Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 Bart Starr Vince Lombardi Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills Los Angeles, CA
Super Bowl:I
MVP:Bart Starr
Winning Coach:Vince Lombardi
NFC Championship Loser:Dallas Cowboys
AFC Championship Loser:Buffalo Bills
Location:Los Angeles, CA
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Championship History NFL All-Time Team Rankings!!

Rankings are determined as:

  • 5 points for Superbowl Victories (Championship Points)
  • 3 points for team that loses the Superbowl
  • 1 point each for the two teams that lost in the AFC and NFC Conference games
Team Total All Time Points Championships (5) Lost Superbowls (3) AFC / NFC Loses (1) Franchise Started Franchise Names More Info
Pittsburgh Steelers 48 6 2 8 1933
AFC / NFC Appearences: 7
Franchise Started: 1933
Dallas Cowboys 42 5 3 8 1960
AFC / NFC Appearences: 8
Franchise Started: 1960
San Francisco 49ers 37 5 1 9 1946
AFC / NFC Appearences: 9
Franchise Started: 1946
New England Patriots 41 5 4 4 1960 Boston Patriots
AFC / NFC Appearences: 4
Franchise Started: 1960
Franchise Names: Boston Patriots
Oakland Raiders 30 3 2 9 1960 Los Angeles Raiders
AFC / NFC Appearences: 9
Franchise Started: 1960
Franchise Names: Los Angeles Raiders
Denver Broncos 32 3 5 2 1960
AFC / NFC Appearences: 2
Franchise Started: 1960
Green Bay Packers 27 4 1 4 1919
AFC / NFC Appearences: 3
Franchise Started: 1919
New York Giants 23 4 1 0 1925
AFC / NFC Appearences: 0
Franchise Started: 1925
Washington Redskins 22 3 2 1 1932 Boston Redskins
AFC / NFC Appearences: 1
Franchise Started: 1932
Franchise Names: Boston Redskins
Miami Dolphins 21 2 3 2 1966
AFC / NFC Appearences: 2
Franchise Started: 1966
Indianapolis Colts 20 2 2 4 1953 Baltimore Colts
AFC / NFC Appearences: 4
Franchise Started: 1953
Franchise Names: Baltimore Colts
St. Louis Rams 17 1 2 6 1936 Cleveland Rams, Los Angeles Rams
AFC / NFC Appearences: 6
Franchise Started: 1936
Franchise Names: Cleveland Rams, Los Angeles Rams
Minnesota Vikings 17 0 4 5 1961
AFC / NFC Appearences: 5
Franchise Started: 1961
Buffalo Bills 14 0 4 2 1960
AFC / NFC Appearences: 2
Franchise Started: 1960
Baltimore Ravens 12 2 0 2 1996
AFC / NFC Appearences: 2
Franchise Started: 1996
Seattle Seahawks 12 1 2 1 1976
AFC / NFC Appearences: 1
Franchise Started: 1976
Chicago Bears 11 1 1 3 1919 Chicago Staleys
AFC / NFC Appearences: 3
Franchise Started: 1919
Franchise Names: Chicago Staleys
Philidelphia Eagles 10 0 2 4 1933
AFC / NFC Appearences: 4
Franchise Started: 1933
New York Jets 9 1 0 4 1960 New York Titans
AFC / NFC Appearences: 4
Franchise Started: 1960
Franchise Names: New York Titans
Kansas City Chiefs 9 1 1 1 1960 Dallas Texans
AFC / NFC Appearences: 1
Franchise Started: 1960
Franchise Names: Dallas Texans
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7 1 0 2 1976
AFC / NFC Appearences: 2
Franchise Started: 1976
Tennessee Titans 7 0 1 4 1960 Houston Oilers, Tennessee Oilers
AFC / NFC Appearences: 4
Franchise Started: 1960
Franchise Names: Houston Oilers, Tennessee Oilers
New Orleans Saints 6 1 0 1 1967
AFC / NFC Appearences: 1
Franchise Started: 1967
San Diego Chargers 6 0 1 3 1960 Los Angeles Chargers
AFC / NFC Appearences: 3
Franchise Started: 1960
Franchise Names: Los Angeles Chargers
Cincinnati Bengals 6 0 2 0 1968
AFC / NFC Appearences: 0
Franchise Started: 1968
Carolina Panthers 8 0 2 2 1995
AFC / NFC Appearences: 2
Franchise Started: 1995
Cleveland Browns 5 0 0 5 1946
AFC / NFC Appearences: 5
Franchise Started: 1946
Atlanta Falcons 8 0 2 2 1966
AFC / NFC Appearences: 2
Franchise Started: 1966
Arizona Cardinals 4 0 1 1 1920 Chicago Cardinals, St. Louis Cardinals, Phoenix Cardinals
AFC / NFC Appearences: 1
Franchise Started: 1920
Franchise Names: Chicago Cardinals, St. Louis Cardinals, Phoenix Cardinals
Jacksonville Jaguars 2 0 0 2 1995
AFC / NFC Appearences: 2
Franchise Started: 1995
Detroit Lions 1 0 0 1 1930
AFC / NFC Appearences: 1
Franchise Started: 1930

Super Bowl History Interesting Notes:
2014: First Super Bowl played outdoors in a cold weather city.
2013: Nicknamed the Harbaugh Bowl with two brothers coaching against each other.
2011: Green Bay Packers were the first NFC team seeded #6 to make it to the Superbowl.
2008: New England entered the Superbowl with a 16-0 record.
1989: Budweiser beats Bud Light 27-24 in the first ever Bud Bowl.
1979: First year of expanded playoffs.
1969: First official champsionship game to be called "Super Bowl".

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