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Super Bowl winners, scores and champions of every NFL season

It’s down to one game in the 2022 NFL season. Here’s a review of the rich history involving the 28 franchises that have reached the Super Bowl.

On Feb. 12 in Glendale, AZ, the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will clash in Super Bowl LVII. The Chiefs toppled the Bengals in a tightly contested thriller to punch their ticket from the AFC Championship Game while the Eagles dismantled a short-handed 49ers team at quarterback to capture the NFC. Now one will try to put their name among the long list of Super Bowl winners.

Both the Chiefs and Eagles have not only been to the Super Bowl in recent years, each team has won one. Kansas City captured the win in Super Bowl LIV back in 2020 while the Eagles toppled the Patriots behind Nick Foles in an unforgettable affair for Super Bowl LII in 2018.

That is just a sampling of Super Bowl winners, though. A look at the results of the previous 56 Super Sundays.

Super Bowl winners: Every score and champion in NFL history

  • Super Bowl I (Jan. 15, 1967) – Green Bay Packers 35, Kansas City 10
  • Super Bowl II (Jan. 14, 1968) – Green Bay Packers 33, Oakland Raiders 14
  • Super Bowl III (Jan. 12, 1969)- New York Jets 16, Baltimore Colts 7
  • Super Bowl IV (Jan. 11, 1970) – Kansas City Chiefs 23, Minnesota Vikings 7
  • Super Bowl V (Jan. 17, 1971) – Baltimore Colts 16, Dallas Cowboys 13
  • Super Bowl VI (Jan. 16, 1972) – Dallas Cowboys 24, Miami Dolphins 3
  • Super Bowl VII (Jan. 14, 1973) – Miami Dolphins 14, Washington 7
  • Super Bowl VIII (Jan. 13, 1974) – Miami Dolphins 24, Minnesota Vikings 7
  • Super Bowl IX (Jan. 12, 1975) – Pittsburgh Steelers 16, Minnesota Vikings 6
  • Super Bowl X (Jan. 18, 1976) – Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Dallas Cowboys 17
  • Super Bowl XI (Jan. 9, 1977) – Oakland Raiders 32, Minnesota Vikings 14
  • Super Bowl XII (Jan. 15, 1978) – Dallas Cowboys 27, Denver Broncos 10
  • Super Bowl XIII (Jan. 21, 1979) – Pittsburgh Steelers 35, Dallas Cowboys 31
  • Super Bowl XIV (Jan. 20, 1980) – Pittsburgh Steelers 31, Los Angeles Rams 19
  • Super Bowl XV (Jan. 25, 1981) – Oakland Raiders 27, Philadelphia Eagles 10
  • Super Bowl XVI (Jan. 24, 1982) – San Francisco 49ers 26, Cincinnati Bengals 21
  • Super Bowl XVII (Jan. 30, 1983) – Washington 27, Miami Dolphins 17
  • Super Bowl XVIII (Jan. 22, 1984) – L.A. Raiders 38, Washington 9
  • Super Bowl XIX (Jan. 20, 1985) – San Francisco 49ers 38, Miami Dolphins 16
  • Super Bowl XX (Jan. 26, 1986) – Chicago Bears 46, New England Patriots 10
  • Super Bowl XXI (Jan. 25, 1987) – New York Giants 39, Denver Broncos 20
  • Super Bowl XXII (Jan. 31, 1988) – Washington 42, Denver Broncos 10
  • Super Bowl XXIII (Jan. 22, 1989) – San Francisco 49ers 20, Cincinnati Bengals 16
  • Super Bowl XXIV (Jan. 28. 1990) – San Francisco 49ers 55, Denver Broncos 10
  • Super Bowl XXV (Jan. 27, 1991) – New York Giants 20, Buffalo Bills 19
  • Super Bowl XXVI (Jan. 26, 1992) – Washington 37, Buffalo Bills 24
  • Super Bowl XXVII (Jan. 31, 1993) – Dallas Cowboys 52, Buffalo Bills 17
  • Super Bowl XXVIII (Jan. 30, 1994) – Dallas Cowboys 30, Buffalo Bills 13
  • Super Bowl XXIX (Jan. 29, 1995) – San Francisco 49ers 49, San Diego Chargers 26
  • Super Bowl XXX (Jan. 28, 1996) – Dallas Cowboys 27, Pittsburgh Steelers 17
  • Super Bowl XXXI (Jan. 26, 1997) – Green Bay Packers 35, New England Patriots 21
  • Super Bowl XXXII (Jan. 25, 1998) – Denver Broncos 31, Green Bay Packers 24
  • Super Bowl XXXIII (Jan. 31, 1999) – Denver Broncos 34, Atlanta Falcons 19
  • Super BowlXXXIV (Jan. 30, 2000) – St. Louis Rams 23, Tennessee Titans 16
  • Super Bowl XXXV (Jan. 28, 2001) – Baltimore Ravens 34, New York Giants 7
  • Super Bowl XXXVI (Feb. 3, 2002) – New England Patriots 20, St. Louis Rams 17
  • Super Bowl XXXVII (Jan. 26, 2003) – Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48, Oakland Raiders 21
  • Super Bowl XXXVIII (Feb. 1, 2004) – New England Patriots 32, Carolina Panthers 29
  • Super Bowl XXXIX (Feb. 6, 2005) – New England Patriots 24, Philadelphia Eagles 21
  • Super Bowl XL (Feb. 5, 2006) – Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Seattle Seahawks 10
  • Super Bowl XLI (Feb. 4, 2007) – Indianapolis Colts 29, Chicago Bears 17
  • Super Bowl XLII (Feb. 3, 2008) – New York Giants 17, New England Patriots 14
  • Super Bowl XLIII (Feb. 1, 2009) – Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Arizona Cardinals 23
  • Super Bowl XLIV (Feb. 7, 2010) – New Orleans Saints 31, Indianapolis Colts 17
  • Super Bowl XLV (Feb. 6, 2011) – Green Bay Packers 31, Pittsburgh Steelers 25
  • Super Bowl XLVI (Feb. 5, 2012) – New York Giants 21, New England Patriots 17
  • Super Bowl XLVIII (Feb. 3, 2013) – Baltimore Ravens 34, San Francisco 49ers 31
  • Super Bowl XLVIII (Feb. 2, 2014) – Seattle Seahawks 43, Denver Broncos 8
  • Super Bowl XLIX (Feb. 1, 2015) – New England Patriots 28, Seattle Seahawks 24
  • Super Bowl 50 (Feb. 7, 2016) – Denver Broncos 24, Carolina Panthers 10
  • Super Bowl LI (Feb. 5, 2017) – New England Patriots 34, Atlanta Falcons 28 (OT)
  • Super Bowl LII (Feb. 4, 2018) – Philadelphia Eagles 41, New England Patriots 33
  • Super Bowl LIII (Feb. 3, 2019) – New England Patriots 13, Los Angeles Rams 3
  • Super Bowl LIV (Feb. 2, 2020) – Kansas City Chiefs 31, San Francisco 49ers 20
  • Super Bowl LV (Feb. 7, 2021) – Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31, Kansas City Chiefs 9
  • Super Bowl LVI (Feb. 13, 2022) – Los Angeles Rams 23, Cincinnati Bengals 20
  • Super Bowl LVII (Feb. 12, 2023) – Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles

The Chiefs and Eagles will try to etch their names onto this elite list of Super Bowl winners once again when they face off in Glendale.

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