The Super Bowl –the NFL's championship game –pits the winner of the American Football Conference against the winner of the National Football Conference, with the victor receiving the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
The New England Patriots have made the most Super Bowl appearances (11) and are tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most Super Bowl wins (six). Seven franchises have won consecutive Super Bowls: Green Bay Packers (1966-67 seasons), Miami Dolphins (1972-73), Pittsburgh Steelers (1974-75, 1978-79), San Francisco 49ers (1988-89), Dallas Cowboys (1992-93), Denver Broncos (1997-98) and New England Patriots (2003-04).
The Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars are the only teams to have never appeared in a Super Bowl.
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This year's Super Bowl features the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles. The Chiefs are making their fifth Super Bowl appearance; the Eagles a fourth. While the Chiefs have two Super Bowl wins, the Eagles have one.
Here is a year-by-year list of every Super Bowl:
Super Bowl results
Super Bowl LVII: Kansas City Chiefs 38, Philadelphia Eagles 35
- MVP: Patrick Mahomes | Location: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.| Date: Feb. 12, 2023
Super Bowl LVI: Los Angeles Rams 23, Cincinnati Bengals 20
- MVP: Cooper Kupp | Location: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, Calif. | Date: Feb. 13, 2022
Super Bowl LV: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31, Kansas City Chiefs 9
- MVP: Tom Brady | Location: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa | Date: Feb. 7, 2021
Super Bowl LIV: Kansas City Chiefs 31, San Francisco 49ers 20
- MVP: Patrick Mahomes | Location: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami | Date: Feb. 2, 2020
Super Bowl LIII: New England Patriots 13, Los Angeles Rams 3
- MVP: Julian Edelman | Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta | Date: Feb. 3, 2019
Super Bowl LII: Philadelphia Eagles 41, New England Patriots 33
- MVP: Nick Foles | Location: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis | Date: Feb. 4, 2018
Super Bowl LI: New England Patriots 34, Atlanta Falcons 28
- MVP: Tom Brady | Location: NRG Stadium, Houston | Date: Feb. 5, 2017
Super Bowl 50: Denver Broncos 24, Carolina Panthers 10
- MVP: Von Miller | Location: Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif. | Date: Feb. 7, 2016
Super Bowl XLIX: New England Patriots 28, Seattle Seahawks 24
- MVP: Tom Brady | Location: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz. | Date: Feb. 1, 2015
Super Bowl XLVIII: Seattle Seahawks 43, Denver Broncos 8
- MVP: Malcolm Smith | Location: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. | Date: Feb. 2, 2014
Super Bowl XLVII: Baltimore Ravens 34, San Francisco 49ers 31
- MVP: Joe Flacco | Location: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans | Date: Feb. 3, 2013
Super Bowl XLVI: New York Giants 21, New England Patriots 17
- MVP: Eli Manning | Location: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis | Date: Feb. 5, 2012
Super Bowl XLV: Green Bay Packers 31, Pittsburgh Steelers 25
- MVP: Aaron Rodgers | Location: Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas | Date: Feb. 6, 2011
Super Bowl XLIV: New Orleans Saints 31, Indianapolis Colts 17
- MVP: Drew Brees | Location: Sun Life Stadium, Miami | Date: Feb. 7, 2010
Super Bowl XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Arizona Cardinals 23
- MVP: Santonio Holmes | Location: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa | Date: Feb. 1, 2009
Super Bowl XLII: New York Giants 17, New England Patriots 14
- MVP: Eli Manning | Location: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz. | Date: Feb. 3, 2008
Super Bowl XLI: Indianapolis Colts 29, Chicago Bears 17
- MVP: Peyton Manning | Location: Dolphin Stadium, Miami | Date: Feb. 4, 2007
Super Bowl XL: Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Seattle Seahawks 10
- MVP: Hines Ward | Location: Ford Field, Detroit | Date: Feb. 5, 2006
Super Bowl XXXIX: New England Patriots 24, Philadelphia Eagles 21
- MVP: Deion Branch | Location: Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville | Date: Feb. 6, 2005
Super Bowl XXXVIII: New England Patriots 32, Carolina Panthers 29
- MVP: Tom Brady | Location: Reliant Stadium, Houston | Date: Feb. 1, 2004
Super Bowl XXXVII: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48, Oakland Raiders 21
- MVP: Dexter Jackson | Location: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego | Date: Jan. 26, 2003
Super Bowl XXXVI: New England Patriots 20, St. Louis Rams 17
- MVP: Tom Brady | Location: Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans | Date: Feb. 3, 2002
Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore Ravens 34, New York Giants 7
- MVP: Ray Lewis | Location: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa | Date: Jan. 28, 2001
Super Bowl XXXIV: St. Louis Rams 23, Tennessee Titans 16
- MVP: Kurt Warner | Location: Georgia Dome, Atlanta | Date: Jan. 30, 2000
Super Bowl XXXIII: Denver Broncos 34, Atlanta Falcons 19
- MVP: John Elway | Location: Pro Player Stadium, Miami | Date: Jan. 31, 1999
Super Bowl XXXII: Denver Broncos 31, Green Bay Packers 24
- MVP: Terrell Davis | Location: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego | Date: Jan. 25, 1998
Super Bowl XXXI: Green Bay Packers 35, New England Patriots 21
- MVP: Desmond Howard | Location: Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans | Date: Jan. 26, 1997
Super Bowl XXX: Dallas Cowboys 27, Pittsburgh Steelers 17
- MVP: Larry Brown | Location: Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, Ariz. | Date: Jan. 28, 1996
Super Bowl XXIX: San Francisco 49ers 49, San Diego Chargers 26
- MVP: Steve Young | Location: Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami | Date: Jan. 29, 1995
Super Bowl XXVIII: Dallas Cowboys 30, Buffalo Bills 13
- MVP: Emmitt Smith | Location: Georgia Dome, Atlanta | Date: Jan. 30, 1994
Super Bowl XXVII: Dallas Cowboys 52, Buffalo Bills 17
- MVP: Troy Aikman | Location: Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif. | Date: Jan. 31, 1993
Super Bowl XXVI: Washington 37, Buffalo Bills 24
- MVP: Mark Rypien | Location: Metrodome, Minneapolis | Date: Jan. 26, 1992
Super Bowl XXV: New York Giants 20, Buffalo Bills 19
- MVP: Ottis Anderson | Location: Tampa Stadium, Tampa | Date: Jan. 27, 1991
Super Bowl XXIV: San Francisco 49ers 55, Denver Broncos 10
- MVP: Joe Montana | Location: Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans | Date: Jan. 28, 1990
Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco 49ers 20, Cincinnati Bengals 16
- MVP: Jerry Rice | Location: Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami | Date: Jan. 22, 1989
Super Bowl XXII: Washington 42, Denver Broncos 10
- MVP: Doug Williams | Location: Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego | Date: Jan. 31, 1988
Super Bowl XXI: New York Giants 39, Denver Broncos 20
- MVP: Phil Simms | Location: Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif. | Date: Jan. 25, 1987
Super Bowl XX: Chicago Bears 46, New England Patriots 10
- MVP: Richard Dent | Location: Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans | Date: Jan. 26, 1986
Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers 38, Miami Dolphins 16
- MVP: Joe Montana | Location: Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto, Calif. | Date: Jan. 20, 1985
Super Bowl XVIII: Los Angeles Raiders 38, Washington 9
- MVP: Marcus Allen | Location: Tampa Stadium, Tampa | Date: Jan. 22, 1984
Super Bowl XVII: Washington 27, Miami Dolphins 17
- MVP: John Riggins | Location: Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif. | Date: Jan. 30, 1983
Super Bowl XVI: San Francisco 49ers 26, Cincinnati Bengals 21
- MVP: Joe Montana | Location: Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, Mich. | Date: Jan. 24, 1982
Super Bowl XV: Oakland Raiders 27, Philadelphia Eagles 10
- MVP: Jim Plunkett | Location: Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans | Date: Jan. 25, 1981
Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers 31, Los Angeles Rams 19
- MVP: Terry Bradshaw | Location: Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif. | Date: Jan. 20, 1980
Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh Steelers 35, Dallas Cowboys 31
- MVP: Terry Bradshaw | Location: Orange Bowl, Miami | Date: Jan. 21, 1979
Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys 27, Denver Broncos 10
- MVPs: Harvey Martin, Randy White | Location: Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans | Date: Jan. 15, 1978
Super Bowl XI: Oakland Raiders 32, Minnesota Vikings 14
- MVP: Fred Biletnikoff | Location: Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif. | Date: Jan. 9, 1977
Super Bowl X: Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Dallas Cowboys 17
- MVP: Lynn Swann | Location: Orange Bowl, Miami | Date: Jan. 18, 1976
Super Bowl IX: Pittsburgh Steelers 16, Minnesota Vikings 6
- MVP: Franco Harris | Location: Tulane Stadium, New Orleans | Date: Jan. 12, 1975
Super Bowl VIII: Miami Dolphins 24, Minnesota Vikings 7
- MVP: Larry Csonka | Location: Rice Stadium, Houston | Date: Jan. 13, 1974
Super Bowl VII: Miami Dolphins 14, Washington 7
- MVP: Jake Scott | Location: Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles | Date: Jan. 14, 1973
Super Bowl VI: Dallas Cowboys 24, Miami Dolphins 3
- MVP: Roger Staubach | Location: Tulane Stadium, New Orleans | Date: Jan. 16, 1972
Super Bowl V: Baltimore Colts 16, Dallas Cowboys 13
- MVP: Chuck Howley | Location: Orange Bowl, Miami | Date: Jan. 17, 1971
Super Bowl IV: Kansas City Chiefs 23, Minnesota Vikings 7
- MVP: Len Dawson | Location: Tulane Stadium, New Orleans | Date: Jan. 11, 1970
Super Bowl III: New York Jets 16, Baltimore Colts 7
- MVP: Joe Namath | Location: Orange Bowl, Miami | Date: Jan. 12, 1969
Super Bowl II: Green Bay Packers 33, Oakland Raiders 14
- MVP: Bart Starr | Location: Orange Bowl, Miami | Date: Jan. 14, 1968
Super Bowl I: Green Bay Packers 35, Kansas City Chiefs 10
- MVP: Bart Starr | Location: Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles | Date: Jan. 15, 1967
Pre-Super Bowl era league champions
- 1965: Green Bay Packers (NFL), Buffalo Bills (AFL)
- 1964: Cleveland Browns (NFL), Buffalo Bills (AFL)
- 1963: Chicago Bears (NFL), San Diego Chargers (AFL)
- 1962: Green Bay Packers (NFL), Dallas Texans (AFL)
- 1961: Green Bay Packers (NFL), Houston Oilers (AFL)
- 1960: Philadelphia Eagles (NFL), Houston Oilers (AFL)
- 1959: Baltimore Colts
- 1958: Baltimore Colts
- 1957: Detroit Lions
- 1956: New York Giants
- 1955: Cleveland Browns
- 1954: Cleveland Browns
- 1953: Detroit Lions
- 1952: Detroit Lions
- 1951: Los Angeles Rams
- 1950: Cleveland Browns
- 1949: Philadelphia Eagles (NFL), Cleveland Browns (AAFC)
- 1948: Philadelphia Eagles (NFL), Cleveland Browns (AAFC)
- 1947: Chicago Cardinals (NFL), Cleveland Browns (AAFC)
- 1946: Chicago Bears (NFL), Cleveland Browns (AAFC)
- 1945: Cleveland Rams
- 1944: Green Bay Packers
- 1943: Chicago Bears
- 1942: Washington
- 1941: Chicago Bears
- 1940: Chicago Bears
- 1939: Green Bay Packers
- 1938: New York Giants
- 1937: Washington
- 1936: Green Bay Packers
- 1935: Detroit Lions
- 1934: New York Giants
- 1933: Chicago Bears
- 1932: Chicago Bears
- 1931: Green Bay Packers
- 1930: Green Bay Packers
- 1929: Green Bay Packers
- 1928: Providence Steam Roller
- 1927: New York Giants
- 1926: Frankford Yellow Jackets
- 1925: Chicago Cardinals
- 1924: Cleveland Bulldogs
- 1923: Canton Bulldogs
- 1922: Canton Bulldogs
- 1921: Chicago Staleys
- 1920: Akron Pros
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Which team has the most players in the Pro Football Hall of Fame? The team with the most players in the Pro Football Hall of Fame is the Chicago Bears. Chicago has 34 inductees, with notable names such as Halas, Mike Ditka, Brian Urlacher, Walter Payton and more.What is the biggest blowout in NFL history? ›
The Jacksonville Jaguars' 65-7 win over the Miami Dolphins in January 2000 is the biggest blowout in NFL playoff history. In more than two decades since Fred Taylor and the Jaguars obliterated Dan Marino and the Dolphins, no team has come close to matching the 58-point blowout.What was the biggest Super Bowl blowout in NFL history? ›
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- NFC East: 13.
- T-2. AFC East: 9.
- T-2. AFC West: 8.
- T-4. AFC North: 8.
- T-4. NFC West: 8.
- NFC North: 5.
- NFC South: 3.
- AFC South: 2.
- Pittsburgh Steelers (6) The Pittsburgh Steelers have one of the most successful Super Bowl histories of any team in the NFL. ...
- New England Patriots (6) ...
- Dallas Cowboys (5) ...
- San Francisco 49ers (5) ...
- Green Bay Packers (4) ...
- New York Giants (4)
- Tom Brady – 7.
- Joe Montana – 4.
- Terry Bradshaw – 4.
- Troy Aikman – 3.
- Eli Manning – 2.
- Peyton Manning – 2.
- Ben Roethlisberger – 2.
- John Elway – 2.
Of the 28 franchises to have played in a Super Bowl, 20 have actually won a championship. And a whopping 30 of the 56 Super Bowls have been won by just six franchises. New England joined the Steelers with an NFL-leading sixth Super Bowl win in 2019, while the Cowboys and 49ers have five apiece.