NFL Super Bowl Past Winners

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SUPER BOWL PAST WINNERS

Previous winners of the NFL Super Bowl

NFL Super Bowl

MVP Most Valuable Player

Year
Date Winner Score Loser MVP Venue Crowd
51
LI
Feb 05
2017
New England Patriots
34-28 (OT)
Atlanta Falcons Tom Brady NRG Stadium, Houston
Texas
70,807
50
Feb 07
2016
Denver Broncos
24-10
Carolina Panthers Von Miller Levi’s Stadium Santa Clara
California
71,088
49
XLIX
Feb 01
2015
New England Patriots
28-24
Seattle Seahwaks Tom Brady University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, Arizona
70,288
48
XLVIII
Feb 02
2014
Seattle Seahwaks
43-8
Denver Broncos Malcolm Smith MetLife Stadium
East Rutherford, New Jersey
82,529
47
XLVII
Feb 03
2013
Baltimore Ravens
34-31
San Francisco 49ers Joe Flacco Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
71,024
46
XLVI
Feb 05
2012
New York Giants
2117
New England Patriots Eli Manning Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis, Indiana
68,658
45
XLV
Feb 06
2011
Green Bay Packers
31-25
Pittsburgh Steelers Aaron Rodgers Cowboys Stadium
Arlington, Texas
103,219
44
XLIV
Feb 07
2010
New Orleans Saints
31-17
Indianapolis Colts Drew Brees Sun Life Stadium
Miami Gardens, Florida
74,059
43
XLIII
Feb 01
2009
Pittsburgh Steelers
27-23
Arizona Cardinals Santonio Holmes Raymond James Stadium
Tampa Florida
70,774
42
XLII
Feb 03
2008
New York Giants
17-14
New England Patriots Eli Manning University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale
71,101
41
XLI
Feb 04
2007
Indianapolis Colts
29-17
Chicago Bears Peyton Manning Dolphin Stadium
Miami, Florida
74,512
40
XL
Feb 05
2006
Pittsburgh Steelers
21-10
Seattle Seahwaks Hines Ward Ford Field
Detroit, Michigan
68,206
39
XXXIX
Feb 06
2005
New England Patriots
24-21
Philadelphia Eagles Deion Branch Alltel Stadium
Jacksonville, Florida
78,125
38
XXXVIII
Feb 01
2004
New England Patriots
32-29
Carolina Panthers Tom Brady Reliant Stadium
Houston, Texas
71,525
37
XXXVII
Jan 26
2003
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
48-21
Oakland Raiders Dexter Jackson Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego, California
67,603
36
XXXVI
Feb 03
2002
New England Patriots
20-17
St. Louis Rams Tom Brady Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
72,922
35
XXXV
Jan. 28
2001
Baltimore Ravens
34- 7
New York Giants Ray Lewis Raymond James Stadium
Tampa, Florida
71,921
34
XXXIV
Jan. 30
2000
St. Louis Rams
23-16
Tennessee Titans Kurt Warner Georgia Dome
Atlanta, Georgia
72,625
33
XXXIII
Jan. 31
1999
Denver Broncos
34-19
Atlanta Falcons John Elway Pro Player Stadium
Miami, Florida
74,803
32
XXXII
Jan. 25
1998
Denver Broncos
31-24
Green Bay Packers Terrell Davis Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego, California
68,912
31
XXXI
Jan. 26
1997
Green Bay Packers
35-21
New England Patriots Desmond Howard Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
72,301
30
XXX
Jan. 28
1996
Dallas Cowboys
27-17
Pittsburgh Steelers Larry Brown Sun Devil Stadium
Tempe, Arizona
76,347
29
XXIX
Jan. 29
1995
San Francisco 49ers
49-26
San Diego Chargers Steve Young Joe Robbie Stadium
Miami, Florida
74,107
28
XXVIII
Jan. 30
1994
Dallas Cowboys
30-13
Buffalo Bills Emmitt Smith Georgia Dome
Atlanta, Georgia
72,817
27
XXVII
Jan. 31
1993
Dallas Cowboys
52-17
Buffalo Bills Troy Aikman Rose Bowl
Pasadena, California
98,374
26
XXVI
Jan. 26
1992
Washington Redskins
37-24
Buffalo Bills Mark Rypien Metrodome
Minneapolis, Minnesota
63,130
25
XXV
Jan. 27
1991
New York Giants
20-19
Buffalo Bills Ottis Anderson Tampa Stadium
Tampa, Florida
73,813
24
XXIV
Jan. 28
1990
San Francisco 49ers
55-10
Denver Broncos Joe Montana Superdome
New Orleans Louisiana
72,919
23
XXIII
Jan. 22
1989
San Francisco 49ers
20-16
Cincinati Bengals Jerry Rice Joe Robbie Stadium
Miami, Florida
75,129
22
XXII
Jan. 31
1988
Washington Redskins
42-10
Denver Broncos Doug Williams Jack Murphy Stadium
San Diego, California
73,302
21
XXI
Jan. 25
1987
New York Giants
39-20
Denver Broncos Phil Simms Rose Bowl
Pasadena, California
101,063
20
XX
Jan. 26
1986
Chicago Bears
46-10
New England Patriots Richard Dent Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
73,818
19
XIX
Jan. 20
1985
San Francisco 49ers
38-16
Miami Dolphins Joe Montana Stanford Stadium
Palo Alto, California
84,059
18
XVIII
Jan. 22
1984
Los Angeles Raiders
38- 9
Washington Redskins Marcus Allen Tampa Stadium
Tampa, Florida
72,920
17
XVII
Jan. 30
1983
Washington Redskins
27-17
Miami Dolphins John Riggins Rose Bowl
Pasadena, California
103,667
16
XVI
Jan. 24
1982
San Francisco 49ers
26-21
Cincinati Bengals Joe Montana Silverdome
Pontiac, Michigan
81,270
15
XV
Jan. 25
1981
Oakland Raiders
27-10
Philadelphia Eagles Jim Plunkett Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
76,135
14
XIV
Jan. 20
1980
Pittsburgh Steelers
31-19
Los Angeles Rams Terry Bradshaw Rose Bowl
Pasadena, California
103,985
13
XIII
Jan. 21
1979
Pittsburgh Steelers
35-31
Dallas Cowboys Terry Bradshaw Orange Bowl
Miami, Florida
79,484
12
XII

Jan. 15
1978
Dallas Cowboys

27-10

Denver Broncos

Randy White
Harvey Martin
Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana
75,583

11
XI
Jan. 9
1977
Oakland Raiders
32-14
Minnesota Vikings Fred Biletnikoff Rose Bowl
Pasadena, California
103,438
10
X
Jan. 18
1976
Pittsburgh Steelers
21-17
Dallas Cowboys Lynn Swann Orange Bowl
Miami, Florida
80,187
9
IX
Jan. 12
1975
Pittsburgh Steelers
16- 6
Minnesota Vikings Franco Harris Tulane Stadium
New Orleans, Louisiana
80,997
8
VIII
Jan. 13
1974
Miami Dolphins
24- 7
Minnesota Vikings Larry Csonka Rice Stadium
Houston, Texas
71,882
7
VII
Jan. 14
1973
Miami Dolphins
14- 7
Washington Redskins Jake Scott Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, California
90,182
6
VI
Jan. 16
1972
Dallas Cowboys
24- 3
Miami Dolphins Roger Staubach Tulane Stadium
New Orleans, Louisiana
81,023
5
V
Jan. 17
1971
Baltimore Colts
16-13
Dallas Cowboys Chuck Howley Orange Bowl
Miami, Florida
79,204
4
IV
Jan. 11
1970
Kansas City Chiefs
23- 7
Minnesota Vikings Len Dawson Tulane Stadium
New Orleans, Louisiana
80,562
3
III
Jan. 12
1969
New York Jets
16- 7
Baltimore Colts Joe Namath Orange Bowl
Miami, Florida
75,389
2
II
Jan. 14
1968
Green Bay Packers
33-14
Oakland Raiders Bart Starr Orange Bowl
Miami, Florida
75,546
1
I
Jan. 15
1967
Green Bay Packers
35-10
Kansas City Chiefs Bart Starr Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, California
61,946