Held every year since 1967 (for the ’66 season) the Super Bowl (called the AFC-NFC championship game the first 2 years) pits the champion of both the AFC and NFC in a final title game of the season

I

1-15-1967

Green Bay Packers – 35

Kansas City Chiefs – 10

Los Angeles Coliseum,

Los Angeles, CA

II

1-14-1968

Green Bay Packers – 33

Oakland Raiders – 14

Orange Bowl

Miami, FL

III

1-12-1969

New York Jets – 16

Baltimore Colts – 7

Orange Bowl

Miami, FL

IV

1-11-1970

Kansas City Chiefs – 23

Minnesota Vikings – 7

Tulane Stadium

New Orleans, LA

V

1-17-1971

Baltimore Colts – 17

Dallas Cowboys – 13

Orange Bowl

Miami, FL

VI

1-16-1972

Dallas Cowboys – 24

Miami Dolphins – 3

Tulane Stadium

New Orleans, LA

VII

1-14-1973

Miami Dolphins – 14

Washington Redskins – 7

The Coliseum

Los Angeles, CA

VIII

1-13-1974

Miami Dolphins – 14

Minnesota Vikings – 7

Rice Stadium

Houston, TX

IX

1-12-1975

Pittsburgh Steelers – 16

Minnesota Vikings – 6

Tulane Stadium

New Orleans, LA

X

1-18-1976

Pittsburgh Steelers – 21

Dallas Cowboys – 17

Orange Bowl

Miami, FL

XI

1-9-1977

Oakland Raiders – 32

Minnesota Vikings – 14

Rose Bowl

Pasadena, CA

XII

1-15-1978

Dallas Cowboys – 27

Denver Broncos – 10

Superdome

New Orleans, LA

XIII

1-21-1979

Pittsburgh Steelers – 35

Dallas Cowboys – 31

Orange Bowl

Miami, FL

XIV

1-20-1980

Pittsburgh Steelers – 31

Los Angeles Rams – 19

Rose Bowl

Pasadena, CA

XV

1-25-1981

Oakland Raiders – 27

Philadelphia Eagles – 10

Superdome

New Orleans, LA

XVI

1-24-1982

San Francisco 49’ers – 26

Cincinatti Bengals – 21

Pontiac Silverdome

Detroit, MI

XVII

1-30-1983

Washington Redskins – 27

Miami Dolphins – 17

Rose Bowl

Pasadena, CA

XVIII

1-22-1984

Los Angeles Raiders – 38

Washington Redskins – 9

Tampa Stadium

Tampa, FL

XIX

1-20-1985

San Francisco 49’ers – 38

Miami Dolphins – 16

Stanford Stadium

Stanford, CA

XX

1-26-1986

Chicago Bears – 46

New England Patriots – 10

Superdome

New Orleans, LA

XXI

1-25-1987

New York Giants – 39

Denver Broncos – 20

Rose Bowl

Pasadena, CA

XXII

1-31-1988

Washington Redskins – 42

Denver Broncos – 10

Jack Murphy Stadium

San Diego, CA

XXIII

1-22-1989

San Francisco 49’ers – 20

Cincinnati Bengals – 16

Joe Robbie Stadium

Miami, FL

XXIV

1-28-1990

San Francisco 49’ers – 55

Denver Broncos – 10

Superdome

New Orleans, LA

XXV

1-27-1991

New York Giants – 20

Buffalo Bills – 19

Tampa Stadium

Tampa, FL

XXVI

1-26-1992

Washington Redskins – 37

Buffalo Bills – 24

Metrodome

Minneapolis, MN

XXVII

1-31-1993

Dallas Cowboys – 52

Buffalo Bills – 17

Rose Bowl

Pasadena, CA

XXVIII

1-30-1994

Dallas Cowboys – 30

Buffalo Bills – 13

Georgia Dome

Atlanta, GA

XXIX

1-29-1995

San Francisco 49’ers – 49

San Diego Chargers – 26

Joe Robbie Stadium

Miami, FL

XXX

1-28-1996

Dallas Cowboys – 27

Pittsburgh Steelers – 17

Sun Devil Stadium

Tempe, AZ

XXXI

1-26-1997

Green Bay Packers – 35

New England Patriots – 21

Superdome

New Orleans, LA

XXXII

1-25-1998

Denver Broncos – 31

Green Bay Packers – 24

Qualcomm Stadium

San Diego, CA

XXXIII

1-31-1999

Denver Broncos – 34

Atlanta Falcons – 19

Pro Player Stadium

Miami, FL

XXXIV

1-30-2000

Los Angeles Rams – 23

Tennessee Titans – 16

Georgia Dome

Atlanta, GA

XXXV

1-28-2001

Baltimore Ravens – 34

New York Giants – 7

Raymond James Stadium

Tampa, FL

XXXVI

2-3-2002

New England Patriots – 20

Los Angeles Rams – 17

Superdome

New Orleans, LA

XXXVII

1-26-2003

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 48

Oakland Raiders – 21

Qualcomm Stadium

San Diego, CA

XXXVIII

2-1-2004

New England Patriots – 32

Carolina Panthers – 29

Reliant Stadium

Houston, TX

XXXIX

2-6-2005

New England Patriots – 24

Philadelphia Eagles – 21

Alltel Stadium

Jacksonville, FL

XL

2-5-2006

Pittsburgh Steelers – 21

Seattle Seahawks – 10

Ford Field

Detroit, MI

XLI

2-4-2007

Indianapolis Colts – 29

Chicago Bears – 17

Dolphin Stadium

Miami Gardens, FL

XLII

2-3-2008

New York Giants – 17

New England Patriots – 14

University Of Phoenix Stadium

Glendale, AZ

XLIII

2-1-2009

Pittsburgh Steelers – 27

Arizona Cardinals – 23

Raymond James Stadium

Tampa, FL

XLIV

2-7-2010

New Orleans Saints – 31

Indianapolis Colts – 17

Sun Life Stadium

Miami Gardens, FL

XLV

2-6-2011

Green Bay Packers – 31

Pittsburgh Steelers – 25

Cowboys Stadium

Arlington, TX

XLVI

2-5-2012

New York Giants – 21

New England Patriots – 17

Lucas Oil Stadium

Indianapolis, IN

XLVII

2-3-2013

Baltimore Ravens – 34

San Francisco 49’ers – 31

Superdome

New Orleans, LA

XLVIII

2-2-2014

Seattle Seahawks – 43

Denver Broncos – 8

Met Life Stadium

East Rutherford, NJ

XLIX

2-1-2015

New England Patriots – 28

Seattle Seahawks – 24

University Of Phoenix Stadium

Glendale, AZ

L

2-7-2016

Denver Broncos – 24

Carolina Panthers – 10

Levi’s Stadium

Santa Clara, CA

LI

2-5-2017

New England Patriots – 34 (ot)

Atlanta Falcons – 28

NRG Stadium

Houston, TX

LII

2-4-2018

Philadelphia Eagles – 41

New England Patriots – 33

U.S. Bank Stadium

Minneapolis, MN

LIII

2-3-2019

New England Patriots – 13

Los Angeles Rams – 3

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Atlanta, GA

LIV

2-2-2020

Kansas City Chiefs – 31

San Francisco 49’ers – 20

Hard Rock Stadium

Miami Gardens, FL

LV

2-7-2021

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 31

Kansas City Chiefs – 9

Raymond James Stadium

Tampa, FL

LVI

2-13-2022

Team W

Team L

SoFi Stadium

inglewood, CA

LVII

2-5-2023

Team W

Team L

State Farm Stadium

Glendale, AZ

LVIII

2-11-2024

Team W

Team L

TBD

TBD

LIX

2-9-2025

Team W

Team L

Superdome

New Orleans, LA

LX

TBD

Team W

Team L

TBD

TBD