Super Bowl Winners and Results 2021 – Super Bowl Champions List

Super Bowl Winners List: The American football Winners, Super Bowl Champions and Past Winners

Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in the USA played annually between the winner of the American Football Conference (AFC) and the winner of the National Football Conference (NFC) to determine the National Football League (NFL) champion. The event is held in an American city which is decided three years beforehand. Total 50 Super Bowls has been held so far and nineteen different teams have won this prestigious game. Super Bowl 55 is all set to be played 7th February 2021 but before the game, check out the complete Super Bowl winners and results.

The first Super Bowl was held in 1967 where Green Bay defeated Kansas City (35-10) in Los Angeles. The first two Super Bowl won by Green Bay Packers. The Pittsburgh Steelers have won the most Super Bowls with six wins from eight appearances.

The Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers have won five championships. New England has the most Super Bowl appearances with nine but won only four Super Bowls. Here are the Super Bowl winners list along with Runner ups, score and venue.

Super Bowl Winners

Super Bowl Winners List (1967 – 2021)

YearSeasonWinnerRunner upScoreVenue
2020LIVKansas City ChiefsSan Francisco 49ers31-20Florida
2019LIIINew England PatriotsLos Angeles Rams13-3Atlanta
2018LIIPhiladelphia EaglesNew England Patriots41-33Minnesota
2017LINew England PatriotsAtlanta Falcons34-28Texas
2016LDenver BroncosCarolina Panthers24-10California
2015XLIXNew England PatriotsSeattle Seahawks28-24Arizona
2014XLVIIISeattle SeahawksDenver Broncos43-8New Jersey
2013XLVIIBaltimore RavensSan Francisco 49ers34-31New Orleans
2012XLVINew York GiantsNew England Patriots21-17Indianapolis
2011XLVGreen Bay PackersPittsburgh Steelers31-25Texas
2010XLIVNew Orleans SaintsIndianapolis Colts31–17Miami
2009XLIIIPittsburgh SteelersArizona Cardinals27-23Tampa
2008XLIINew York GiantsNew England Patriots17-14Arizona
2007XLIIndianapolis ColtsChicago Bears29-17Miami
2006XLPittsburghSeattle21-10Detroit
2005XXXIXNew EnglandPhiladelphia24-21Jacksonville
2004XXXVIIINew EnglandCarolina32-29Houston
2003XXXVIITampa BayOakland48-21San Diego
2002XXXVINew EnglandSt Louis20-17N Orleans
2001XXXVBaltimoreNY Giants34-7Tampa
2000XXXIVSt LouisTennessee23-16Atlanta
1999XXXIIIDenverAtlanta34-19Miami
1998XXXIIDenverGreen Bay31-24San Diego
1997XXXIGreen BayNew England35-21N Orleans
1996XXXDallasPittsburgh27-17Tempe
1995XXIXSan FranciscoSan Diego49-26Miami
1994XXVIIIDallasBuffalo30-13Atlanta
1993XXVIIDallasBuffalo52-17Pasadena
1992XXVIWashingtonBuffalo37-24Minneapolis
1991XXVNY GiantsBuffalo20-19Tampa
1990XXIVSan FranciscoDenver55-10N Orleans
1989XXIIISan FranciscoCincinnati20-16Miami
1988XXIIWashingtonDenver42-10San Diego
1987XXINY GiantsDenver39-20Pasadena
1986XXChicagoNew England46-10N Orleans
1985XIXSan FranciscoMiami38-16Stanford
1984XVIIILA RaidersWashington38-9Tampa
1983XVIIWashingtonMiami27-17Pasadena
1982XVISan FranciscoCincinnati26-21Pontiac
1981XVOaklandPhiladelphia27-10N Orleans
1980XIVPittsburghLA Rams31-19Pasadena
1979XIIIPittsburghDallas35-31Miami
1978XIIDallasDenver27-10N Orleans
1977XIOaklandMinnesota32-14Pasadena
1976XPittsburghDallas21-17Miami
1975IXPittsburghMinnesota16-6New Orleans
1974VIIIMiamiMinnesota24-7Houston
1973VIIMiamiWashington14-7Los Angeles
1972VIDallasMiami24-3N Orleans
1971VBaltimoreDallas16-13Miami
1970IVKansas CityMinnesota23-7N Orleans
1969IIINY JetsBaltimore16-7Miami
1968IIGreen BayOakland33-14Miami
1967IGreen BayKansas City35-10Los Angeles

Most Successful Super Bowl Teams in History

Total 51 Super Bowls games played since 1967 and 19 different teams lift the trophy. But Pittsburgh Steelers is the most successful team who won the 6 titles. Check the top 5 most successful Super Bowl teams.

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