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Previous Super Bowl Winners and Interesting Facts

drew brees

Following is a list of previous Super Bowl winners. This page with past Super Bowl winners will be updated after every Super Bowl. Check the bottom of the page for the most previous Super Bowl winner and each past Super Bowl champion entry will include an interesting fact from the game.

Super Bowl I: Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles. Final score 35-10. Super Bowl winners: Packers

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Fact: The first kickoff after halftime had to be repeated because NBC's cameras were not working the first time the kickoff was attempted.

Super Bowl II: Green Bay Packers vs. Oakland Raiders, Miami. Final score 33-14. Super Bowl winners: Packers

Fact: Excepting a single 39-yard field goal, the first quarter of Super Bowl II was completely scoreless.

Super Bowl III: New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts, Miami. Final score 16-7. Super Bowl winners: Jets

Fact: Super Bowl III is the earliest game preserved in its entirety on videotape.

Super Bowl IV: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans. Final score 23-7. Super Bowl winners: Chiefs

Fact: The Chiefs dominated this Super Bowl, limiting the Vikings offense to only 67 rushed yards.

Super Bowl V: Baltimore Colts vs. Dallas Cowboys, Miami. Final score 16-13. Super Bowl Winners: Colts

Fact: Super Bowl V was the first Super Bowl played on artificial turf.

Super Bowl VI: Dallas Cowboys vs. Miami Dolphins, New Orleans. Final score 24-3. Super Bowl winners: Cowboys

Fact: The nine-yard field goal scored by Mike Clark is the shortest field goal in Super Bowl history

Super Bowl VII: Miami Dolphins vs. Washington Redskins, Los Angeles. Final score 14-7. Super Bowl winners: Dolphins

Fact: This was the last Super Bowl played at the Los Angeles Coliseum.

Super Bowl VIII: Miami Dolphins vs. Minnesota Vikings, Houston. Final score 24-7. Super Bowl winners: Dolphins

Fact: The Dolphins became the first team to take the kickoff all the way to a touchdown.

Super Bowl IX: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans. Final score 16-6. Super Bowl winners: Steelers

Fact: Neither team in Super Bowl IX scored a touchdown or a field goal until the third quarter.

Super Bowl X: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Dallas Cowboys, Miami. Final score 21-17. Super Bowl winners: Steelers

Fact: Howard's touchdown reception during the fourth quarter was his only catch during his entire NFL career.

Super Bowl XI: Oakland Raiders vs. Minnesota Vikings, Pasadena. Final score 32-14. Super Bowl winners: Raiders

Fact: Super Bowl XI was the last Super Bowl played outdoors to end before dusk.

Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys vs. Denver Broncos, New Orleans. Final score 27-10. Super Bowl winners: Cowboys

Fact: The Cowboys became the second of only two teams to appear in four Super Bowls.

Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Dallas Cowboys, Miami. Final score 35-31. Super Bowl winners: Steelers

Fact: The Cowboys made history again as the only defending team to lose the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Los Angeles Rams, Pasadena. Final score 31-19. Super Bowl winners: Steelers

Fact: Super Bowl XIV is regarded as one of the most competitive and closest games in Super Bowl history.

Super Bowl XV: Oakland Raiders vs. Philadelphia Eagles, New Orleans. Final score 27-10. Super Bowl winners: Raiders

Fact: The halftime show at Super Bowl XV was a "Mardi Gras" show, celebrating the arena of New Orleans.

Super Bowl XVI: San Francisco 49ers vs. Cincinatti Bengals, Pontiac. Final score 26-21. Super Bowl winners: 49ers

Fact: This was the only Super Bowl ever played at the Pontiac Silverdrome.

Super Bowl XVII: Washington Redskins vs. Miami Dolphins, Pasadena. Final score 27-17. Super Bowl winners: Redskins

Fact: Fulton Walker made Super Bowl history with the first kickoff return for a touchdown.

Super Bowl XVIII: Los Angeles Raiders vs. Washington Redskins, Tampa. Final score 38-9. Super Bowl winners: Raiders

Fact: Apple's infamous "1984" commercial played during a timeout in the third quarter launched the use of the Super Bowl as a media platform.

Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers vs. Miami Dolphins, Stanford. Final score 38-16. Super Bowl winners: 49ers

Fact: The 49ers tied the Raiders for the most points scored in a Super Bowl, a record set just the previous year.

Super Bowl XX: Chicago Bears vs. New England Patriots, New Orleans. Final score 46-10. Super Bowl winners: Bears

Fact: Jim McMahon became the only quarterback to rush for more than one touchdown during a Super Bowl.

Super Bowl XXI: New York Giants vs. Denver Broncos, Pasadena. Final score 39-20. Super Bowl winners: Giants

Fact: The 30 points scored by the Giants during the second half set the record for most second-half points in Super Bowl history.

Super Bowl XXII: Washington Redskins vs. Denver Broncos, San Diego. Final score 42-10. Super Bowl winners: Redskins

Fact: The halftime show for Super Bowl XXII featured Chubby Checker, the Radio City Rockettes, and 88 grand pianos.

Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco 49ers vs. Cincinatti Bengals, Miami Gardens. Final score 20-16. Super Bowl winners: 49ers

Fact: This was the last Super Bowl played on the second to last Sunday in January.

Super Bowl XXIV: San Francisco 49ers vs. Denver Broncos, New Orleans. Final score 55-10. Super Bowl winners: 49ers

Fact: Super Bowl XXIV was hosted in the city of New Orleans for a record 7th time, more than any other hosting city.

Super Bowl XXV: New York Giants vs. Buffalo Bills, Tampa. Final score 20-19. Super Bowl winners: Giants

Fact: This Super Bowl was the only one to end with a one-point margin of victory.

Super Bowl XXVI: Washington Redskins vs. Buffalo Bills, Minneapolis. Final score 37-24. Super Bowl winners: Redskins

Fact: A premature opening kickoff led to a scoreless first quarter, only the fourth in Super Bowl history.

Super Bowl XXVII: Dallas Cowboys vs. Buffalo Bills, Pasadena. Final score 52-17. Super Bowl winners: Cowboys

Fact: The Cowboys scored the most ever points during the fourth quarter: 21.

Super Bowl XXVIII: Dallas Cowboys vs. Buffalo Bills, Atlanta. Final score 30-13. Super Bowl winners: Cowboys

Fact: The Bills joined Minnesota and Denver as the only teams to lose four Super Bowls.

Super Bowl XXIX: San Francisco 49ers vs. 49-26, San Diego Chargers, Miami Gardens. Final score 49-26. Super Bowl winners: 49ers

Fact: Super Bowl XXIX is the only Super Bowl to have two successful two-point conversions.

Super Bowl XXX: Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, Tempe. Final score 27-17. Super Bowl winners: Cowboys

Fact: The Cowboys became the team to appear most frequently in the Super Bowl, with eight appearances.

Super Bowl XXXI: Green Bay Packers vs. New England Patriots, New Orleans. Final score 35-21. Super Bowl winners: Packers

Fact: In betting terms, this Super Bowl became the first "push" as the Packers won the game by the 14 points they were favored with.

Super Bowl XXXII: Denver Broncos vs. Green Bay Packers, San Diego. Final score 31-24. Super Bowl winners: Broncos

Fact: This Super Bowl was the first in which both teams scored from their opening drives.

Super Bowl XXXIII: Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons, Miami Gardens. Final score 34-19. Super Bowl winners: Broncos

Fact: John Elway became the first quarterback to start five Super Bowls.

Super Bowl XXXIV: St. Louis Rams vs. Tennesee Titans, Atlanta. Final score 23-16. Super Bowl winners: Rams

Fact: Steve McNair set a Super Bowl record for rushing yards by a quarterback.

Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore Ravens vs. New York Giants, Tampa. Final score 34-7. Super Bowl winners: Ravens

Fact: Baltimore defensive back Duane Starks set off a chain of never-before-seen Super Bowl events during the third quarter: three touchdowns on three consecutive plays inside 36 seconds.

Super Bowl XXXVI: New England Patriots vs. St Louis Rams, New Orleans. Final score 20-17. Super Bowl winners: Patriots

Fact: Super Bowl XXXVI is currently the only Super Bowl to be won on the final play, a 48-yard field goal.

Super Bowl XXXVII: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Oakland Raiders, San Diego. Final score 48-21. Super Bowl winners: Buccaneers

Fact: The Buccaneers became the first team in Super Bowl history to score three defensive touchdowns during a game.

Super Bowl XXXVIII: New England Patriots vs. Carolina Panthers, Houston. Final score 32-29. Super Bowl winners: Patriots

Fact: Tom Brady achieved 32 completions, the most in Super Bowl history.

Super Bowl XXXIX: New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles, Jacksonville. Final score 24-21. Super Bowl winners: Patriots

Fact: Super Bowl XXXIX made the Patriots the first team to have won three Super Bowls in February.

Super Bowl XL: Pittsburg vs. Seattle, Detroit. Final score 21-10. Super Bowl winners: Steelers

Fact: The Steelers tie the 49ers winning their fifth Super Bowl.

Super Bowl XLI: Indianapolis vs. Chicago, Miami. Final score 29-17. Super Bowl winners: Colts

Fact: The Colts and QB Manning march to victory proving they can win the big one!

Super Bowl XLII: New England vs. NY Giants, Glendale. Final score 17-14. Super Bowl winners: Giants

Fact: The Patriots enter this game 18-0 but were unable to keep the perfect season falling to the Giants.

Super Bowl XLIII: Pittsburgh vs. Arizona, Tampa. Final score 27-23. Super Bowl winners: Steelers

Fact: The Steelers surpass the 49ers and become the only team to win six Super Bowls

Super Bowl XLIV: New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts, Miami. Final Score: 31-17. Super Bowl Winners: Saints

Fact: This Super Bowl became the most watched TV event in U.S. history.

Super Bowl XLV: Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, Arlington. Final Score: 31-25. Super Bowl Winners: Packers

Fact: Aaron Rogers gets out of Bret Favre's shadow by winning a Super Bowl and earning the MVP

Super Bowl XLVI: Indianapolis

Super Bowl XLVII: New Orleans

Super Bowl XLVI: New York Giants vs. New England Patriots, Indianapolis. Final Score: 21-17. Super Bowl Winners: Giants

Fact: In a rematch of Super Bowl 42, the Giants again beat the Patriots in a low scoring game to earn their second Super Bowl in the Tom Coughlin/Eli Manning era.

Super Bowl XLVII: San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans. Final Score: 34-31. Super Bowl Winners: Ravens

Fact: In a match-up of brothers, John Harbaugh beats Jim Harbaugh to earn the NFL Championship for the Baltimore Ravens. This game was also noted for a power outage delay at the Superdome.

Super Bowl XLVIII: Seattle Seahawks vs. Denver Broncos, East Rutherford. Final Score 43-8. Super Bowl Winner: Seahawks

Fact: The Seahawks dominated this game from start to finish scoring in the first 12 seconds of each half and denying Peyton Manning a chance for a second Super Bowl ring.

Super Bowl XLIV: Glendale, AZ

Super Bowl L: Santa Clara, CA

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