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The list of Super Bowl winners - an overview of the successful NFL teams in recent years

2021: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (31: 9 against the Kansas City Chiefs)

2020: Kansas City Chiefs (31:20 against the San Francisco 49ers)

2019: New England Patriots (13: 3 against the Los Angeles Rams)

2018: Philadelphia Eagles (41:33 against the New England Patriots)

2017: New England Patriots (34:28 in overtime against the Atlanta Falcons)

2016: Denver Broncos (24:10 against the Carolina Panthers)

2015: New England Patriots (28:24 against the Seattle Seahawks)

2014: Seattle Seahawks (43-8 against the Denver Broncos)

2013: Baltimore Ravens (34:31 against the San Francisco 49ers)

2012: New York Giants (21:17 against the New England Patriots)

2011: Green Bay Packers (31:25 against the Pittsburgh Steelers)

2010: New Orleans Saints (31:17 against the Indianapolis Colts)

2009: Pittsburgh Steelers (27:23 against the Arizona Cardinals)

In 2019 he was crowned Super Bowl champion for the sixth time: Tom Brady (center). Getty Images

2008: New York Giants (17:14 against the New England Patriots)

2007: Indianapolis Colts (29:17 against the Chicago Bears)

2006: Pittsburgh Steelers (21:10 against the Seattle Seahawks)

2005: New England Patriots (24:21 against the Philadelphia Eagles)

2004: New England Patriots (32:29 against the Carolina Panthers)

2003: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (48:21 against the Oakland Raiders)

2002: New England Patriots (20:17 against the St. Louis Rams)

2001: Baltimore Ravens (34: 7 against the New York Giants)

2000: St. Louis Rams (23:16 against the Tennessee Titans)

Started the season as a substitute quarterback, climbed the stage in the end: Nick Foles led the Eagles to victory in 2018. Getty Images

1999: Denver Broncos (34:19 against the Atlanta Falcons)

1998: Denver Broncos (31:24 against the Green Bay Packers)

1997: Green Bay Packers (35:21 against the New England Patriots)

1996: Dallas Cowboys (27:17 against the Pittsburgh Steelers)

1995: San Francisco 49ers (49:16 against the San Diego Chargers)

1994: Dallas Cowboys (30:13 against the Buffalo Bills)

1993: Dallas Cowboys (52:17 against the Buffalo Bills)

1992: Washington Redskins (37:24 against Buffalo Bills)

1991: New York Giants (20:19 against the Buffalo Bills)

1990: San Francisco 49ers (55:10 against the Denver Broncos)

1989: San Francisco 49ers (20:16 against the Cincinnati Bengals)

In his last NFL career game, legend Peyton Manning grabbed the title with Denver. Getty Images

1988: Washington Redskins (42:10 against the Denver Broncos)

1987: New York Giants (39:20 against the Denver Broncos)

1986: Chicago Bears (46:10 against the New England Patriots)

1985: San Francisco 49ers (38:16 against the Miami Dolphins)

1984: Los Angeles Raiders (38: 9 against Washington Redskins)

1983: Washington Redskins (2717 versus the Miami Dolphins)

1982: San Francisco 49ers (26:21 against the Cincinnati Bengals)

1981: Oakland Raiders (27:10 against the Philadelphia Eagles)

1980: Pittsburgh Steelers (31:19 against the Los Angeles Rams)

In the 2014/15 NFL season, the New England Patriots were crowned champions around star quarterback Tom Brady. Getty Images

1979: Pittsburgh Steelers (35:31 against the Dallas Cowboys)

1978: Dallas Cowboys (27:10 against the Denver Broncos)

1977: Oakland Raiders (32:14 against the Minnesota Vikings)

1976: Pittsburgh Steelers (21:17 against the Dallas Cowboys)

1975: Pittsburgh Steelers (16: 6 against the Minnesota Vikings)

1974: Miami Dolphins (24: 7 against the Minnesota Vikings)

1973: Miami Dolphins (14: 7 against Washington Redskins)

1972: Dallas Cowboys (24: 3 against the Miami Dolphins)

1971: Baltimore Colts (16.13 against the Dallas Cowboys)

1970: Kansas City Chiefs (23: 7 against the Minnesota Vikings)

1969: New York Jets (16: 7 against the Baltimore Colts)

1968: Green Bay Packers (33:14 against the Oakland Raiders)

1967: Green Bay Packers (35:10 versus the Kansas City Chiefs)

That's what it's all about year after year: the legendary Vince Lombardy Trophy. Getty Images

Summary:

Pittsburgh Steelers: 6 Super Bowl titles
Boston / New England Patriots: 6 Super Bowl titles
Dallas Cowboys: 5 Super Bowl titles
San Francisco 49ers: 5 Super Bowl titles
Green Bay Packers: 4 Super Bowl titles
New York Giants: 4 Super Bowl titles
Denver Broncos: 3 Super Bowl titles
Oakland / Los Angeles / Las Vegas Raiders: 3 Super Bowl titles
Washington Redskins: 3 Super Bowl titles

Record champion in the Super Bowl - together with New England since 2019: the Pittsburgh Steelers. Getty Images

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 2 Super Bowl titles
Kansas City Chiefs: 2 Super Bowl titles
Miami Dolphins: 2 Super Bowl titles
Baltimore / Indianapolis Colts: 2 Super Bowl titles
Baltimore Ravens: 2 Super Bowl titles
St. Louis / Los Angeles Rams: 1 Super Bowl title
Seattle Seahawks: 1 Super Bowl title
Philadelphia Eagles: 1 Super Bowl title
Chicago Bears: 1 Super Bowl title
New York Jets: 1 Super Bowl title
New Orleans Saints: 1 Super Bowl title

Remarks:
1.) Until 1966, the NFL played its own championship.
2.) The first Super Bowl based on today's model was played in 1967 as the AFL / NFL World Championship Game.
3.) Since 1969 the name Super Bowl is officially used for the finals.
4.) The winner's cup of the Super Bowl is the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named after Vince Lombardi, the coach of the Green Bay Packers, who were the first team to win the Super Bowl.
5.) If you add up the entire championships in American football, the Green Bay Packers are the absolute record champions with 13 titles (ahead of the Chicago Bears with 9 and the New York Giants with 8).
6.) Pittsburgh has won all six titles in the Super Bowl era.
7.) New England won all six titles in the Super Bowl era.