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List of Super Bowl Wins by Team

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Below we list the NFL’s championship history by highlighting the most Super Bowl wins by team, including the Super Bowls won and the corresponding years of victory.

From historic dynasties to standout franchises, we’ll take a closer look at the prestigious accomplishments that have shaped the league’s championship landscape.

Certainly! Here’s a list of Super Bowl champions grouped by the number of Super Bowl wins, ranked by the number of wins, along with the years they won:

List of Super Bowl Wins by Team

Teams with Six Super Bowl Wins (2)

1. New England Patriots

  • Super Bowl XXXVI (36) 2001
  • Super Bowl XXXVIII (38) 2003
  • Super Bowl XXXIX (39) 2004
  • Super Bowl XLIX (49) 2014
  • Super Bowl LI (51) 2016
  • Super Bowl LIII (53) 2018

2. Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Super Bowl IX (9) 1974
  • Super Bowl X (10) 1975
  • Super Bowl XIII (13) 1978
  • Super Bowl XIV (14) 1979
  • Super Bowl XL (40) 2005
  • Super Bowl XLIII (43) 2008

Teams with Five Super Bowl Wins (2)

San Francisco 49ers

  • Super Bowl XVI (16) 1981
  • Super Bowl XIX (19) 1984
  • Super Bowl XXIII (23) 1989
  • Super Bowl XXIV (24) 1990
  • Super Bowl XXIX (29) 1994

Dallas Cowboys

  • Super Bowl VI (6) 1972
  • Super Bowl XII (12) 1978
  • Super Bowl XXVII (27) 1993
  • Super Bowl XXVIII (28) 1994
  • Super Bowl XXX (30) 1996

Teams with Four Super Bowl Wins (2)

New York Giants

  • Super Bowl XXI (21) 1987
  • Super Bowl XXV (25) 1991
  • Super Bowl XLII (42) 2008
  • Super Bowl XLVI (46) 2012

Green Bay Packers

  • Super Bowl I (1) 1967
  • Super Bowl II (2) 1968
  • Super Bowl XXXI (31) 1997
  • Super Bowl XLV (45) 2011

Teams with Three Super Bowl Wins (4)

Washington Commanders (formerly Washington Redskins)

  • Super Bowl XVII (17) – 1983
  • Super Bowl XXII (22) – 1988
  • Super Bowl XXVI (26) – 1992

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Super Bowl IV (4) 1970
  • Super Bowl LIV (54) 2020
  • Super Bowl LVII (57) 2023

Denver Broncos

  • Super Bowl XXXII (32) 1998
  • Super Bowl XXXIII (33) 1999
  • Super Bowl L (50) 2016

Oakland/Los Angeles/Las Vegas Raiders

  • Super Bowl XI (11) 1977
  • Super Bowl XV (15) 1981
  • Super Bowl XVIII (18) 1984

Teams with Two Super Bowl Wins (5)

Miami Dolphins

  • Super Bowl VII (7) 1973
  • Super Bowl VIII (8) 1974

Baltimore Ravens

  • Super Bowl XXXV (35) 2001
  • Super Bowl XLVII (47) 2013

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Super Bowl XXXVII (37) 2003
  • Super Bowl LV (55) 2021

Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams

  • Super Bowl XXXIV (34) 2000
  • Super Bowl LVI (56) 2022

Indianapolis Colts

  • Super Bowl V (5) 1971
  • Super Bowl XLI (41) 2007

Teams with One Super Bowl Win (5)

New York Jets

  • Super Bowl III (3) 1968

Chicago Bears

  • Super Bowl XX (20) 1986

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Super Bowl LII (52) 2018

New Orleans Saints

  • Super Bowl XLIV (44) 2010

Seattle Seahawks

  • Super Bowl XLVIII (48) 2014

Wrap-up: Most Super Bowl Wins by Team

In closing, this comprehensive list of NFL teams and their Super Bowl victories by year showcases the rich history and legacy of excellence in American football.

As we celebrate the triumphs of these franchises, we eagerly anticipate the future chapters of Super Bowl history and the teams that will etch their names into this storied tradition.

For more sports related content, check out my list of World Series Champions to see who’s come out on top year after year on Baseball’s biggest stage!

FAQs

1. How did the Super Bowl get its name?


The Super Bowl got its name from Lamar Hunt, the founder of the American Football League (AFL).



In 1966, Hunt coined the term “Super Bowl” after watching his children play with a Super Ball, a popular toy at the time. He thought the name “Super Bowl” conveyed a sense of excitement and energy, which he believed would be fitting for the championship game of the AFL-NFL merger.



The name stuck, and the first official Super Bowl was played on January 15, 1967, between the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs.



Over time, it became the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL) and a major cultural event in the United States.


2. Has any team ever won the super bowl in its home stadium?




Yes, there is one instance in NFL history where a team won the Super Bowl in its home stadium.



The Tampa Bay Buccaneers achieved this remarkable feat by winning Super Bowl LV (55) in Raymond James Stadium, which is their home stadium.



They defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 on February 7, 2021, becoming the first team to win a Super Bowl on their home turf.


3. What team has the most consecutive Super Bowl appearances?




The Buffalo Bills own the record for the most consecutive Super Bowl appearances (4) in NFL history.



Unfortunately for them, they lost all four games.


Buffalo Bills:
– Super Bowl XXV (1991)
– Super Bowl XXVI (1992)
– Super Bowl XXVII (1993)
– Super Bowl XXVIII (1994)


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