Super Bowl Results: List of Super Bowl Winners and Losers By Year

Super Bowl Results | List of Super Bowl Winners and LosersEarlier today, we gave you a detailed table of the teams with the most Super Bowl wins in history, and the teams with the most losses. In this post, we take you year-by-year through the history of Super Bowl results with a list of Super Bowl winners and losers by year.

As I was creating this table of Super Bowl results, there were a couple of things that stood out; things I knew, but didn’t necessarily realize right off the top of my head.

  1. Minnesota and Denver have both lost 4 Super Bowls. We always think about the Buffalo Bills as the biggest losers in history, because they lost four in a row; but Minnesota and Denver have struggled as well. At least Denver got a few after losing four in a row.
  2. The Super Bowl has been dominated by about half of the teams in the NFL, with a bunch of other teams (that Atlantas, San Diegos, Cincinnatis, etc) fighting for table scraps.
  3. If there is a Super Bowl that doesn’t include Pittsburgh or Dallas, it’s a suprise. Goodness. Counting this year, the two teams will have combined for 15 appearances and 11 titles (if Pittsburgh beats Arizona.)

Anyway, here is the table of Super Bowl results, with a list of Super Bowl winners and losers by year

Super Bowl Results: All-Time List of Super Bowl Winners and Losers

SB# Year City Winner Loser Score
Super Bowl 1 1967 Los Angeles Green Bay Packers Kansas City Chiefs 35-10
Super Bowl 2 1968 Miami Green Bay Packers Oakland Raiders 33-14
Super Bowl 3 1969 Miami New York Jets Baltimore Colts 16-7
Super Bowl 4 1970 New Orleans Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings 23-7
Super Bowl 5 1971 Miami Baltimore Colts Dallas Cowboys 16-13
Super Bowl 6 1972 New Orleans Dallas Cowboys Miami Dolphins 24-3
Super Bowl 7 1973 Los Angeles Miami Dolphins Washington Redskins 14-7
Super Bowl 8 1974 Houston Miami Dolphins Minnesota Vikings 24-7
Super Bowl 9 1975 New Orleans Pittsburgh Steelers Minnesota Vikings 16-6
Super Bowl 10 1976 Miami Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys 21-17
Super Bowl 11 1977 Pasadena Oakland Raiders Minnesota Vikings 32-14
Super Bowl 12 1978 New Orleans Dallas Cowboys Denver Broncos 27-10
Super Bowl 13 1979 Miami Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys 35-31
Super Bowl 14 1980 Pasadena Pittsburgh Steelers Los Angeles Rams 31-19
Super Bowl 15 1981 New Orleans Oakland Raiders Philadelphia Ealges 27-10
Super Bowl 16 1982 Pontiac, MI San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals 26-21
Super Bowl 17 1983 Pasadena Washington Redskins Miami Dolphins 27-17
Super Bowl 18 1984 Tampa Los Angeles Raiders Washington Redskins 38-9
Super Bowl 19 1985 Stanford, CA San Francisco 49ers Miami Dolphins 38-16
Super Bowl 20 1986 New Orleans Chicago Bears New England Patriots 46-10
Super Bowl 21 1987 Pasadena New York Giants Denver Broncos 39-20
Super Bowl 22 1988 San Diego Washington Redskins Denver Broncos 42-10
Super Bowl 23 1989 Miami San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals 20-16
Super Bowl 24 1990 New orleans San Francisco 49ers Denver Broncos 55-10
Super Bowl 25 1991 Tampa New York Giants Buffalo Bills 20-19
Super Bowl 26 1992 Minneapolis Washington Redskins Buffalo Bills 37-24
Super Bowl 27 1993 Pasadena Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills 52-17
Super Bowl 28 1994 Atlanta Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills 30-13
Super Bowl 29 1995 Miami San Francisco 49ers San Diego Chargers 49-26
Super Bowl 30 1996 Tempe Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17
Super Bowl 31 1997 New Orleans Green Bay Packers New England Patriots 25-21
Super Bowl 32 1998 San Diego Denver Broncos Green Bay Packers 31-24
Super Bowl 33 1999 Miami Denver Broncos Atlanta Falcons 34-19
Super Bowl 34 2000 Atlanta St. Louis Rams Tennessee Titans 23-16
Super Bowl 35 2001 Tampa Baltimore Ravens New York Giants 34-7
Super Bowl 36 2002 New Orleans New England Patriots St. Louis Rams 20-17
Super Bowl 37 2003 San Diego Tampa Bay Buccaneers Oakland Raiders 48-21
Super Bowl 38 2004 Houston New England Patriots Carolina Panthers 32-29
Super Bowl 39 2005 Jacksonville New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles 24-21
Super Bowl 40 2006 Detroit Pittsburgh Steelers Seattle Seahawks 21-10
Super Bowl 41 2007 Miami Indianapolis Colts Chicago Bears 29-17
Super Bowl 42 2008 Glendale, AZ New York Giants New England Patriots 17-14
Super Bowl 43 2009 Tampa Pittsburgh Steelers Arizona Cardinals 27-23
Super Bowl 44 2010 Miami New Orleans Saints Indianapolis Colts 31-17
Super Bowl 45 2011 Arlington, TX Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25
Super Bowl 46 2012 Indianapolis New York Giants New England Patriots 21-17
Super Bowl 47 2013 New Orleans      
Super Howl 48 2014 East Rutherford, NJ      
Super Bowl 49 2015 Glendale, AZ      

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  1. Much Needed Reality Check says:

    “If there is a Super Bowl that doesn’t include Pittsburgh or Dallas, it’s a suprise. Goodness. Counting this year, the two teams will have combined for 17 appearances and 11 titles (if Pittsburgh beats Arizona.)”

    Yep, when you think Super Bowl, you think Pittsburgh.

    Maybe they should change the name to the “Steeler Bowl.” Has a nice ring, don’t you think?

  2. Its all valid ((im sure)) up until the end where its shows steeler and cardinals on the chart…. Why is steelers under the winner section and the game hasnt even been played yet!!

  3. Miami Dol-Phan says:

    Actually, the Cowboys (8) and Steelers (7) have combined for 15 appearances (not 17) and 11 wins.

    • @Miami Dol-Phan, you are absolutely correct. Assuming you aren’t seeing a cached page, the post should reflect the changes. It’s always great to have a Dolphins fan visiting the site; they were my first NFL love. And I’m hopeful that they’ll keep taking steps forward next year.

  4. 49ers4Life says:

    I'm just happy that everytime my team went to the super bowl, they won! It doesn't matter to me that other teams have been there more than my 49ers have…it matters to me that everytime we did go, we walked away winners! Just wish those days were back again. Hopefully Singletary will bring some gold back to my 49ers!!!

  5. The Super Bowl came about because the American Football League began play in 1960 and offered fans another choice for major-league-level professional football in the United States. In 1966, the AFL and the National Football League agreed on terms for a merger. One of those was the NFL-AFL World Championship Game played after the rival leagues’ championship games. Lamar Hunt, a founding owner of the AFL (Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs), thought the name of a rubber ball with a highly charged center that his kids had, with the brand name Superball, would work, under the name Super Bowl, for the NFL-AFL World Championship Game. The two leagues split the four meetings their championship teams had. The National Football League has continued to use the name Super Bowl for the NFL Championship Game since the merger was complete, beginning with the 1970 season. When I think Super Bowl, I think of the AFL; if it weren’t for the AFL, there would be no Super Bowl.

  6. COWBOYS09 says:

    PACKERS PACKERS PACKERS PACKER ; Green & Yellow Baybeh <33

  7. Shouldn't your list of Super Bowl winners/losers be updated? It's a couple years behind. 2011 and 1012 shows no team(s).

  8. Allredasa says:

    Thanks, I have a handycapped son who constantly wants this info.  I just printed him off a copy and kept one for myself for future references.

  9. I was wondering if you ever considered changing the page layout of your blog? Its very well written; I love what youve got to say. But maybe you could a little more in the way of content so people could connect with it better. Youve got an awful lot of text for only having one or two images. Maybe you could space it out better?


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