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Super Bowl History

The Most Recent Event

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Result

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Past Results

In the table below, the AFL team is highlighted in pale blue and the NFL team is in the normal pale yellow.

Number Winners Runners–Up MVP Position
LII (52, 2018) Philadelphia Eagles 41 33 New England Patriots Nick Foles Quarterback
LI (51, 2017) New England Patriots 34 28 Atlanta Falcons Tom Brady Quarterback
50 (2016) Denver Broncos 24 10 Carolina Panthers Von Miller Linebacker
XLIX (49, 2015) New England Patriots 28 24 Seattle Seahawks Tom Brady Quarterback
XLVIII (48, 2014) Seattle Seahawks 43 8 Denver Broncos Malcolm Smith Linebacker
XLVII (47, 2013) Baltimore Ravens 34 31 San Francisco 49ers Joe Flacco Quarterback
XLVI (46, 2012) New York Giants 21 17 New England Patriots Eli Manning Quarterback
XLV (45, 2011) Green Bay Packers 31 25 Pittsburgh Steelers Aaron Rodgers Quarterback
XIV (44, 2010) New Orleans Saints 31 17 Indianapolis Colts Drew Brees Quarterback
XLIII (43, 2009) Pittsburgh Steelers 27 23 Arizona Cardinals Santonio Holmes Wide Receiver
XLII (42, 2008) New York Giants 17 14 New England Patriots Eli Manning Quarterback
XLI (41, 2007) Indianapolis Colts 29 17 Chicago Bears Peyton Manning Quarterback
XL (40, 2006) Pittsburgh Steelers 21 10 Seattle Seahawks Hines Ward Wide Receiver
XXXIX (39, 2005) New England Patriots 24 21 Philadelphia Eagles Deion Branch Wide Receiver
XXXVIII (38, 2004) New England Patriots 32 29 Carolina Panthers Tom Brady Quarterback
XXXVII (37, 2003) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48 21 Oakland Raiders Dexter Jackson Quarterback
XXXVI (36, 2002) New England Patriots 20 17 St. Louis Rams Tom Brady Quarterback
XXXV (35, 2001) Baltimore Ravens 34 7 New York Giants Ray Lewis Quarterback
XXXIV (34, 2000) St. Louis Rams 23 16 Tennessee Titans Kurt Warner Quarterback
XXXIII (33, 1999) Denver Broncos 34 19 Atlanta Falcons John Elway Quarterback
XXXII (32, 1998) Denver Broncos 31 24 Green Bay Packers Terrell Davis Running Back
XXXI (31, 1997) Green Bay Packers 35 21 New England Patriots Desmond Howard Returner
XXX (30, 1996) Dallas Cowboys 27 17 Pittsburgh Steelers Larry Brown Cornerback
XXIX (29, 1995) San Francisco 49ers 49 26 San Diego Chargers Steve Young Quarterback
XXVIII (28, 1994) Dallas Cowboys 30 13 Buffalo Bills Emmitt Smith Running Back
XXVII (27, 1993) Dallas Cowboys 52 17 Buffalo Bills Troy Aikman Quarterback
XXVI (26, 1992) Washington Redskins 37 24 Buffalo Bills Mark Rypien Quarterback
XXV (25, 1991) New York Giants 20 19 Buffalo Bills Ottis Anderson Running Back
XXIV (24, 1990) San Francisco 49ers 55 10 Denver Broncos Joe Montana Quarterback
XXIII (23, 1989) San Francisco 49ers 20 16 Cincinnati Bengals Jerry Rice Wide Receiver
XXII (22, 1988) Washington Redskins 42 10 Denver Broncos Doug Williams Quarterback
XXI (21, 1987) New York Giants 39 20 Denver Broncos Phil Simms Quarterback
XX (20, 1986) Chicago Bears 46 10 New England Patriots Richard Dent Defensive End
XIX (19, 1985) San Francisco 49ers 38 16 Miami Dolphins Joe Montana Quarterback
XVIII (18, 1984) Los Angeles Raiders 38 9 Washington Redskins Marcus Allen Running Back
XVII (17, 1983) Washington Redskins 27 17 Miami Dolphins John Riggins Running Back
XVI (16, 1982) San Francisco 49ers 26 21 Cincinnati Bengals Joe Montana Quarterback
XV (15, 1981) Oakland Raiders 27 10 Philadelphia Eagles Jim Plunkett Quarterback
XIV (14, 1980) Pittsburgh Steelers 31 19 Los Angeles Rams Terry Bradshaw Quarterback
XIII (13, 1979) Pittsburgh Steelers 35 31 Dallas Cowboys Terry Bradshaw Quarterback
XII (12, 1978) Dallas Cowboys 27 10 Denver Broncos Randy White Defensive Tackle
Harvey Martin Defensive End
XI (11, 1977) Oakland Raiders 32 14 Minnesota Vikings Fred Biletnikoff Wide Receiver
X (10, 1976) Pittsburgh Steelers 21 17 Dallas Cowboys Lynn Swann Wide Receiver
IX (9, 1975) Pittsburgh Steelers 16 6 Minnesota Vikings Franco Harris Fullback
VIII (8, 1974) Miami Dolphins 24 7 Minnesota Vikings Larry Csonka Fullback
VII (7, 1973) Miami Dolphins 14 7 Washington Redskins Jake Scott Safety
VI (6, 1972) Dallas Cowboys 24 3 Miami Dolphins Roger Staubach Quarterback
V (5, 1971) Baltimore Colts 16 13 Dallas Cowboys Chuck Howley Linebacker
IV (4, 1970) Kansas City Chiefs 23 7 Minnesota Vikings Len Dawson Quarterback
III (3, 1969) New York Jets 16 7 Baltimore Colts Joe Namath Quarterback
II (2, 1968) Green Bay Packers 33 14 Oakland Raiders Bart Starr Quarterback
I (1, 1967) Green Bay Packers 35 10 Kansas City Chiefs Bart Starr Quarterback

On 29 occasions (out of 50), the MVP award has gone to the quarterback on the winning side. It 's only gone to a member of the losing side on one occasion, and that was as long ago as Super Bowl V (1971); this is why Chuck Howley is highlighted in the above table.

Venues

Number Date Stadium City State
LII (52) 4 February 2018 US Bank Stadium Minneapolis Minnesota
LI (51) 5 February 2017 NRG Stadium Houston Texas
50 7 February 2016 Levi 's Stadium Santa Clara California
XLIX (49) 1 February 2015 University of Phoenix Stadium Phoenix Arizona
XLVIII (48) 2 February 2014 MetLife Stadium East Rutherford New Jersey
XLVII (47) 3 February 2013 Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans Louisiana
XLVI (46) 5 February 2012 Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis Indiana
XLV (45) 6 February 2011 Cowboys Stadium Arlington Texas
XIV (44) 7 February 2010 Sun Life Stadium Miami Gardens Florida
XLIII (43) 1 February 2009 Raymond James Stadium Tampa Florida
XLII (42) 3 February 2008 University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale Arizona
XLI (41) 4 February 2007 Dolphin Stadium Miami Florida
XL (40) 5 February 2006 Ford Field Detroit Michigan
XXXIX (39) 6 February 2005 Alltel Stadium Jacksonville Florida
XXXVIII (38) 1 February 2004 Reliant Stadium Houston Texas
XXXVII (37) 26 January 2003 Qualcomm Stadium San Diego California
XXXVI (36) 3 February 2002 Louisiana Superdome New Orleans Louisiana
XXXV (35) 28 January 2001 Raymond James Stadium Tampa Florida
XXXIV (34) 30 January 2000 Georgia Dome Atlanta Georgia
XXXIII (33) 31 January 1999 Pro Player Stadium Miami Florida
XXXII (32) 25 January 1998 Qualcomm Stadium San Diego California
XXXI (31) 26 January 1997 Louisiana Superdome New Orleans Louisiana
XXX (30) 28 January 1996 Sun Devil Stadium Tempe Arizona
XXIX (29) 29 January 1995 Joe Robbie Stadium Miami Florida
XXVIII (28) 30 January 1994 Georgia Dome Atlanta Georgia
XXVII (27) 31 January 1993 Rose Bowl Pasadena California
XXVI (26) 26 January 1992 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome Minnesota Minnesota
XXV (25) 27 January 1991 Tampa Stadium Tampa Florida
XXIV (24) 28 January 1990 Louisiana Superdome New Orleans Louisiana
XXIII (23) 22 January 1989 Joe Robbie Stadium Miami Florida
XXII (22) 31 January 1988 Jack Murphy Stadium San Diego California
XXI (21) 25 January 1987 Rose Bowl Pasadena California
XX (20) 26 January 1986 Louisiana Superdome New Orleans Louisiana
XIX (19) 20 January 1985 Stanford Stadium Stanford California
XVIII (18) 22 January 1984 Tampa Stadium Tampa Florida
XVII (17) 30 January 1983 Rose Bowl Pasadena California
XVI (16) 24 January 1982 Pontiac Silverdome Pontiac Michigan
XV (15) 25 January 1981 Louisiana Superdome New Orleans Louisiana
XIV (14) 20 January 1980 Rose Bowl Pasadena California
XIII (13) 21 January 1979 Miami Orange Bowl Miami Florida
XII (12) 15 January 1978 Louisiana Superdome New Orleans Louisiana
XI (11) 9 January 1977 Rose Bowl Pasadena California
X (10) 18 January 1976 Miami Orange Bowl Miami Florida
IX (9) 12 January 1975 Tulane Stadium New Orleans Louisiana
VIII (8) 13 January 1974 Rice Stadium Houston Texas
VII (7) 14 January 1973 LA Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles California
VI (6) 16 January 1972 Tulane Stadium New Orleans Louisiana
V (5) 17 January 1971 Miami Orange Bowl Miami Florida
IV (4) 11 January 1970 Tulane Stadium New Orleans Louisiana
III (3) 12 January 1969 Miami Orange Bowl Miami Florida
II (2) 14 January 1968 Miami Orange Bowl Miami Florida
I (1) 15 January 1967 LA Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles California

Performers

In the early years of Super Bowl, the singers of the national anthem and the half-time entertainers were not celebrities. (Rather like the FA Cup Final, the half-time entertainment was provided by marching bands and the national anthem was sung by local choirs or suchlike.) I've only listed the performers that I think will be familiar to modern UK audiences – ignoring (amongst others) winners of American Idol that I've never heard of.

Number National Anthem Half-time entertainment
LII (52) P!nk Justin Timberlake
LI (50, 2017) Luke Bryan Lady Gaga
50 (2016) Lady Gaga Coldplay, Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, Mark Ronson
XLIX (49, 2015) Idina Menzel Katy Perry, Lenny Kravitz, Missy Elliott
XLVIII (48, 2014) Renée Fleming Bruno Mars, Red Hot Chilli Peppers
XLVII (47, 2013) Alicia Keys Beyoncé, Destiny 's Child
XLVI (46, 2012) Kelly Clarkson Madonna, LMFAO, Cirque du Soleil, Nicki Minaj, M.I.A., Cee Lo Green
XLV (45, 2011) Christina Aguilera Black Eyed Peas, Usher, Slash
XIV (44, 2010)   The Who
XLIII (43, 2009)   Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
XLII (42, 2008)   Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
XLI (41, 2007) Billy Joel Prince
XL (40, 2006) Aaron Nevill and Aretha Franklin The Rolling Stones
XXXIX (39, 2005)   Paul McCartney
XXXVIII (38, 2004) Beyoncé Jessica Simpson, Janet Jackson, P. Diddy, Nelly, Kid Rock, Justin Timberlake
XXXVII (37, 2003) Dixie Chicks Shania Twain, No Doubt, Sting
XXXVI (36, 2002) Mariah Carey U2
XXXV (35, 2001) Backstreet Boys Aerosmith, 'N Sync, Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige, Nelly
XXXIV (34, 2000)   Phil Collins, Christina Aguilera, Enrique Iglesias, Toni Braxton
XXXIII (33, 1999) Cher Gloria Estefan, Stevie Wonder
XXXII (32, 1998) Jewel Boyz II Men, Smokey Robinson, Martha Reeves, The Temptations, Queen Latifah
XXXI (31, 1997) Luther Vandross The Blues Brothers, ZZ Top, James Brown
XXX (30, 1996)   Diana Ross
XXIX (29, 1995)   Patti Labelle
XXVIII (28, 1994) Natalie Cole Clint Black, Tanya Tucker, Travis Tritt, The Judds
XXVII (27, 1993) Garth Brooks Michael Jackson
XXVI (26, 1992) Harry Connick, Jr. Gloria Estefan
XXV (25, 1991) Whitney Houston New Kids On The Block
XXIV (24, 1990) Aaron Neville  
XXIII (23, 1989) Billy Joel  
XXII (22, 1988) Herb Alpert Chubby Checker
XXI (21, 1987) Neil Diamond  
XX (20, 1986) Wynton Marsalis  
XIX (19, 1985)    
XVIII (18, 184) Barry Manilow  
XVII (17, 1983)    
XVI (16, 1982) Diana Ross  
XV (15, 1981)    
XIV (14, 1980) Cheryl Ladd  
XIII (13, 1979)    
XII (12, 1978)    
XI (11, 1977)    
X (10, 1976)    
IX (9, 1975)    
VIII (8, 1974) Charley Pride  
VII (7, 1973)    
VI (6, 1972)   Ella Fitzgerald, Carol Channing
V (5, 1971)    
IV (4, 1970)    
III (3, 1969)    
II (2, 1968)    
I (1, 1967)    

© Haydn Thompson 2018