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Below you will find our up to date list of past super bowl winners. In the table we have listed a variety of information about the games sorted by year descending.

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DateSuper Bowl NumberWinnerLoserScoreMVPStadium
February 11, 2024LVIII (58)Kansas City ChiefsSan Francisco 49ers25-22 OTPatrick MahomesAllegiant Stadium
February 12, 2023LVII (57)Kansas City ChiefsPhiladelphia Eagles38-35Patrick MahomesState Farm Stadium
February 13, 2022LVI (56)Los Angeles RamsCincinnati Bengals23-20Cooper KuppSoFi Stadium
February 7, 2021LV (55)Tampa Bay BuccaneersKansas City Chiefs31-9Tom BradyRaymond James Stadium
February 2, 2020LIV (54)Kansas City ChiefsSan Francisco 49ers31-20Patrick MahomesHard Rock Stadium
February 3, 2019LIII (53)New England PatriotsLos Angeles Rams13-3Julian EdelmanMercedes-Benz Stadium
February 4, 2018LII (52)Philadelphia EaglesNew England Patriots41-33Nick FolesU.S. Bank Stadium
February 5, 2017LI (51)New England PatriotsAtlanta Falcons34-28Tom BradyNRG Stadium
February 7, 201650Denver BroncosCarolina Panthers24-10Von MillerLevi’s Stadium
February 1, 2015XLIX (49)New England PatriotsSeattle Seahawks28-24Tom BradyUniversity of Phoenix Stadium
February 2, 2014XLVIII (48)Seattle SeahawksDenver Broncos43-8Malcolm SmithMetLife Stadium
February 3, 2013XLVII (47)Baltimore RavensSan Francisco 49ers34-31Joe FlaccoMercedes-Benz Superdome
February 5, 2012XLVI (46)New York GiantsNew England Patriots21-17Eli ManningLucas Oil Stadium
February 6, 2011XLV (45)Green Bay PackersPittsburgh Steelers31-25Aaron RodgersCowboys Stadium
February 7, 2010XLIV (44)New Orleans SaintsIndianapolis Colts31-17Drew BreesSun Life Stadium
February 1, 2009XLIII (43)Pittsburgh SteelersArizona Cardinals27-23Santonio HolmesRaymond James Stadium
February 3, 2008XLII (42)New York GiantsNew England Patriots17-14Eli ManningUniversity of Phoenix Stadium
February 4, 2007XLI (41)Indianapolis ColtsChicago Bears29-17Peyton ManningDolphin Stadium
February 5, 2006XL (40)Pittsburgh SteelersSeattle Seahawks21-10Hines WardFord Field
February 6, 2005XXXIX (39)New England PatriotsPhiladelphia Eagles24-21Deion BranchAlltel Stadium
February 1, 2004XXXVIII (38)New England PatriotsCarolina Panthers32-29Tom BradyReliant Stadium
January 26, 2003XXXVII (37)Tampa Bay BuccaneersOakland Raiders48-21Dexter JacksonQualcomm Stadium
February 3, 2002XXXVI (36)New England PatriotsSt. Louis Rams20-17Tom BradyLouisiana Superdome
January 28, 2001XXXV (35)Baltimore RavensNew York Giants34-7Ray LewisRaymond James Stadium
January 30, 2000XXXIV (34)St. Louis RamsTennessee Titans23-16Kurt WarnerGeorgia Dome
January 31, 1999XXXIII (33)Denver BroncosAtlanta Falcons34-19John ElwayPro Player Stadium
January 25, 1998XXXII (32)Denver BroncosGreen Bay Packers31-24Terrell DavisQualcomm Stadium
January 26, 1997XXXI (31)Green Bay PackersNew England Patriots35-21Desmond HowardLouisiana Superdome
January 28, 1996XXX (30)Dallas CowboysPittsburgh Steelers27-17Larry BrownSun Devil Stadium
January 29, 1995XXIX (29)San Francisco 49ersSan Diego Chargers49-26Steve YoungJoe Robbie Stadium
January 30, 1994XXVIII (28)Dallas CowboysBuffalo Bills30-13Emmitt SmithGeorgia Dome
January 31, 1993XXVII (27)Dallas CowboysBuffalo Bills52-17Troy AikmanRose Bowl
January 26, 1992XXVI (26)Washington RedskinsBuffalo Bills37-24Mark RypienMetrodome
January 27, 1991XXV (25)New York GiantsBuffalo Bills20-19Ottis AndersonTampa Stadium
January 28, 1990XXIV (24)San Francisco 49ersDenver Broncos55-10Joe MontanaLouisiana Superdome
January 22, 1989XXIII (23)San Francisco 49ersCincinnati Bengals20-16Jerry RiceJoe Robbie Stadium
January 31, 1988XXII (22)Washington RedskinsDenver Broncos42-10Doug WilliamsJack Murphy Stadium
January 25, 1987XXI (21)New York GiantsDenver Broncos39-20Phil SimmsRose Bowl
January 26, 1986XX (20)Chicago BearsNew England Patriots46-10Richard DentLouisiana Superdome
January 20, 1985XIX (19)San Francisco 49ersMiami Dolphins38-16Joe MontanaStanford Stadium
January 22, 1984XVIII (18)Los Angeles RaidersWashington Redskins38-9Marcus AllenTampa Stadium
January 30, 1983XVII (17)Washington RedskinsMiami Dolphins27-17John RigginsRose Bowl
January 24, 1982XVI (16)San Francisco 49ersCincinnati Bengals26-21Joe MontanaPontiac Silverdome
January 25, 1981XV (15)Oakland RaidersPhiladelphia Eagles27-10Jim PlunkettLouisiana Superdome
January 20, 1980XIV (14)Pittsburgh SteelersLos Angeles Rams31-19Terry BradshawRose Bowl
January 21, 1979XIII (13)Pittsburgh SteelersDallas Cowboys35-31Terry BradshawOrange Bowl
January 15, 1978XII (12)Dallas CowboysDenver Broncos27-10Harvey MartinRandy WhiteSuperdome
January 9, 1977XI (11)Oakland RaidersMinnesota Vikings32-14Fred BiletnikoffRose Bowl
January 18, 1976X (10)Pittsburgh SteelersDallas Cowboys21-17Lynn SwannOrange Bowl
January 12, 1975IX (9)Pittsburgh SteelersMinnesota Vikings16-6Franco HarrisTulane Stadium
January 13, 1974VIII (8)Miami DolphinsMinnesota Vikings24-7Larry CsonkaRice Stadium
January 14, 1973VII (7)Miami DolphinsWashington Redskins14-7Jake ScottMemorial Coliseum
January 16, 1972VI (6)Dallas CowboysMiami Dolphins24-3Roger StaubachTulane Stadium
January 17, 1971V (5)Baltimore ColtsDallas Cowboys16-13Chuck HowleyOrange Bowl
January 11, 1970IV (4)Kansas City ChiefsMinnesota Vikings23-7Len DawsonTulane Stadium
January 12, 1969III (3)New York JetsBaltimore Colts16-7Joe NamathOrange Bowl
January 14, 1968II (2)Green Bay PackersOakland Raiders33-14Bart StarrOrange Bowl
January 15, 1967I (1)Green Bay PackersKansas City Chiefs35-10Bart StarrMemorial Coliseum

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