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Super Bowl Champions
National Football League Super Bowl Games
Super Bowl XLVI – The New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning won the Most Valuable Player trophy after the Giants defeated 21 to 17 the New England Patriots in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on February 5, 2012.
2010 Super Bowl XLIV – New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31–17. The Saints became the 4th team to win in their only Super Bowl appearance.
2007 Super Bowl XLI – The Indianapolis Colts defeated the Chicago Bears 29 to 17, where both teams ending long Super Bowl appearance droughts.
2006 Super Bowl XL – The Pittsburgh Steelers‘ 21-10 victory in the Super Bowl over the Seattle Seahawks was their record-tying fifth and the first since 1980.
2005 Super Bowl XXXIX – The New England Patriots became the first team since the 1997–98 to win 2 consecutive Super Bowls by defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 24 to 21 at the Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville.
2001 Super Bowl XXXV – The Baltimore Ravens won their 1st NFL title by defeating the National Football Conference champion New York Giants 34 to 7.
2000 Super Bowl XXXIV – St. Louis Rams captured their first Super Bowl win and first NFL championship since 1951. They defeated the AFC champions Tennessee Titans 23 to 16 in Atlanta.
1999 Super Bowl XXXIII – The Denver Broncos repeat as Super Bowl champions by defeating Atlanta Falcons 34-19 at the Pro Player Stadium in Miami.
1998 Super Bowl XXXII – The Denver Broncos defeated the 1996 current champions Green Bay Packers 31-24 at the Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego.
1997 Super Bowl XXXI – The Green Bay Packers won 21 to 35 against the New England Patriots at the Superdome. This was the Green Bay’s 12th world championship.
1996 Super Bowl XXX – The Dallas Cowboys defeated the American Football Conference champion Pittsburgh Steelers and became the first team to win three Super Bowls in four years.
1995 Super Bowl XXIX – San Francisco 49ers defeated 49 to 26 the San Diego Chargers and became the first team to win five Vince Lombardi Trophies.
1994 Super Bowl XXVIII – The first time in Super Bowl history that the same two teams had met in two consecutive NFL Final game. The Dallas Cowboys defeated the AFC champion Buffalo Bills.
1993 Super bowl XXVII – The Dallas Cowboys won their 3rd Super Bowl title, while the Buffalo Bills reached its 3rd consecutive lost in the NFL Final game.
1991 Super Bowl XXV – The National Football Conference champion New York Giants won their 2nd Super Bowl with a 20-19 victory over Buffalo Bills at the Tampa Stadium.
1990 Super Bowl XXIV – San Francisco 49ers got a 55-10 victory over the Denver Broncos at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans was the end of the 49ers’ Quarterback.
1988 Super Bowl XXII – Washington Redskins won their second Super Bowl by defeating the American Football Conference champion Denver Broncos.
1987 Super Bowl XXI – The NFC champions: the New York Giants won their first Super Bowl title defeated the Denver Broncos 39–20 in california.
1986 Super Bowl XX – The Chicago Bears celebrated their first title against the New England Patriots, with an impressive defense of Richard Dent, MVP of the game.
1985 Super Bowl XIX – The San Francisco 49ers won the NFL title by defeating the Miami Dolphins at the Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto, California.
1984 Super Bowl XVIII – Los Angeles Raiders came into the Superbowl game with a strong offence and won over the Washington Redskins (38–9), who reached their second consecutive final.
1983 Super Bowl XVII – Washington Redskins defeated the AFC champion Miami Dolphins, 27–17. There were 103,667 people in attendance at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.
1982 Super Bowl XVI – Joe Montana led the San Francisco 49ers to a Super Bowl victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in January, 1982.
1981 Super Bowl XV – Oakland Raiders won their 2nd Super Bowl title over the Philadelphia Eagles, 27–10 in Louisiana.
1980 Super Bowl XIV – The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Californian locals Los Angeles Rams for the National Football League title.
1979 Super Bowl XIII – The Pittsburgh Steelers won over the Dallas Cowboys on the last of five Super Bowls to be played at the Orange Bowl in Miami.
1978 Super Bowl XII – The Dallas Cowboys won 27-10 against the winners of the AFC: the Denver Broncos at the Superdome in Louisiana.
1976 Super Bowl X – The AFC champion Pittsburgh Steelers defeated NFC champion Dallas Cowboys. The Steelers won their second straight Super Bowl
1975 Super Bowl IX – Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Minnesota Vikings 16 to 6 in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Miami Orange Bowl.
1974 Super Bowl VIII – The Miami Dolphins at Rice Stadium won their second consecutive Super Bowl against the Minnesota Vikings, and their 3rd consecutive appearance in the big game.
1973 Super Bowl VII – The Miami Dolphins arrived for their second straight season to the Superbowl and won the game against the Washington Redskins.
1972 Super Bowl VI – The Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins played a great game, but Cowboys defeated the Dolphins with a final score of 24-3.
1971 Super Bowl V – The Baltimore Colts won their first Super Bowl title, defeated the Dallas Cowboys in Miami, Florida.
1970 Super Bowl IV – The Kansas City Chiefs won against the Minnesota Vikings at the Tulane Stadium, New Orleans.
1969 Super Bowl III – New York Jets won the Superbowl by defeated the Baltimore Colts with an attendance of 75, 389 people.
1968 Super Bowl II -The Green Bay Packers won their second Super Bowl title defeated the Oakland Raiders in Miami.
1967 Super Bowl I – Green Bay Packers won the game against the Kansas City Chiefs in the first version of the Super Bowl.