All Super Bowl Rings, Winner names, final scores From Super Bowl 1 to 56 – Which is from 1967 to 2022

The Los Angeles RAM received this ring for winning Super Bowl LVI in 2022. Rings have been made for every NFL champion since the first Super Bowl in 1967.

All Super Bowl Winners Since Super Bowl in 1967.

Below you can find all super bowl winners lists with the year each team won super bowl. To add for more upcoming years, we will keep updating this page.

All the Super Bowl Rings

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Super Bowl I: Green Bay Packers 1967

Jan. 15, 1967 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10

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Super Bowl II: Green Bay Packers 1968

Jan. 14, 1968 Orange Bowl (Miami) Green Bay 33, Oakland 14

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Super Bowl III: New York Jets 1969

Jan. 12, 1969 Orange Bowl (Miami) New York Jets 16, Baltimore 7

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Super Bowl IV: Kansas City Chiefs 1970

Jan. 11, 1970 Tulane Stadium (New Orleans) Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7

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Super Bowl V: Baltimore Colts 1971

Jan. 17, 1971 Orange Bowl (Miami) Baltimore 16, Dallas 13

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Super Bowl VI: Dallas Cowboys 1972

Jan. 16, 1972 Tulane Stadium (New Orleans) Dallas 24, Miami 3

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Super Bowl VII: Miami Dolphins 1973

Jan. 14, 1973 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Miami 14, Washington 7

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Super Bowl VIII: Miami Dolphins 1974

Jan. 13, 1974 Rice Stadium (Houston) Miami 24, Minnesota 7

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Super Bowl IX: Pittsburgh Steelers 1975

Jan. 12, 1975 Tulane Stadium (New Orleans) Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6

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Super Bowl X: Pittsburgh Steelers 1976

Jan. 18, 1976 Orange Bowl (Miami) Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17

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Super Bowl XI: Oakland Raiders 1977

Jan. 9, 1977 Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) Oakland 32, Minnesota 14

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Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys 1978

Jan. 15, 1978 Superdome (New Orleans) Dallas 27, Denver 10

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Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh Steelers 1979

Jan. 21, 1979 Orange Bowl (Miami) Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31

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Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers 1980

Jan. 20, 1980 Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) Pittsburgh 31, Los Angeles Rams 19

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Super Bowl XV: Oakland Raiders 1981

Jan. 25, 1981 Superdome (New Orleans) Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10

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Super Bowl XVI: San Francisco 49ers 1982

Jan. 24, 1982 Silverdome (Pontiac, Mich.) San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21

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Super Bowl XVII: Washington Redskins 1983

Jan. 30, 1983 Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) Washington 27, Miami 17

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Super Bowl XVIII: Los Angeles Raiders 1984

Jan. 22, 1984 Tampa (Fla.) Stadium Los Angeles Raiders 38, Washington 9

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Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers 1985

Jan. 20, 1985 Stanford (Calif.) Stadium San Francisco 38, Miami 16
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Super Bowl XX: Chicago Bears 1986

Jan. 26, 1986 Superdome (New Orleans) Chicago 46, New England 10

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Super Bowl XXI: New York Giants 1987

Jan. 25, 1987 Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) New York Giants 39, Denver 20

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Super Bowl XXII: Washington Redskins 1988

Jan. 31, 1988 Jack Murphy Stadium (San Diego) Washington 42, Denver 10

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Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco 49ers 1989

Jan. 22, 1989 Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami) San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16

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Super Bowl XXIV: San Francisco 49ers 1990

Jan. 28, 1990 Superdome (New Orleans) San Francisco 55, Denver 10

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Super Bowl XXV: New York Giants 1991

Jan. 27, 1991 Tampa (Fla.) Stadium New York Giants 20, Buffalo 19

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Super Bowl XXVI: Washington Redskins 1992

Jan. 26, 1992 Metrodome (Minneapolis) Washington 37, Buffalo 24

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Super Bowl XXVII: Dallas Cowboys 1993

Jan. 31, 1993 Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) Dallas 52, Buffalo 17

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Super Bowl XXVIII: Dallas Cowboys 1994

Jan. 30, 1994 Georgia Dome (Atlanta) Dallas 30, Buffalo 13

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Super Bowl XXIX: San Francisco 49ers 1995

Jan. 29, 1995 Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami) San Francisco 49, San Diego 26

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Super Bowl XXX: Dallas Cowboys 1996

Jan. 28, 1996 Sun Devil Stadium (Tempe, Ariz.) Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17

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Super Bowl XXXI: Green Bay Packers 1997

Jan. 26, 1997 Superdome (New Orleans) Green Bay 35, New England 21

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Super Bowl XXXII: Denver Broncos 1998

Jan. 25, 1998 Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego) Denver 31, Green Bay 24

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Super Bowl XXXIII: Denver Broncos 1999

Jan. 31, 1999 Pro Player Stadium (Miami) Denver 34, Atlanta 19

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Super Bowl XXXIV: St. Louis Rams 2000

Jan. 30, 2000 Georgia Dome (Atlanta) St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16

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Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore Ravens 2001

Jan. 28, 2001 Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Fla.) Baltimore 34, New York Giants 7

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Super Bowl XXXVI: New England Patriots 2002

Feb. 3, 2002 Superdome (New Orleans) New England 20, St. Louis 17

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Super Bowl XXXVII: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2003

Jan. 26, 2003 Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego) Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21

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Super Bowl XXXVIII: New England Patriots 2004

Feb. 1, 2004 Reliant Stadium (Houston) New England 32, Carolina 29

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Super Bowl XXXIX: New England Patriots 2005

Feb. 6, 2005 Alltel Stadium (Jacksonville, Fla.) New England 24, Philadelphia 21

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Super Bowl XL: Pittsburgh Steelers 2006
Super Bowl XL was an American football game between the National Football Conference champion Seattle Seahawks and the American Football Conference champion Pittsburgh Steelers to decide the National Football League champion for the 2005 season. The Steelers defeated the Seahawks by the score of 21–10.

Feb. 5, 2006 Ford Field (Detroit) Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10

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Super Bowl XLI: Indianapolis Colts 2007
Super Bowl XLI was an American football game played between the American Football Conference champion Indianapolis Colts and the National Football Conference champion Chicago Bears to decide the National Football League champion for the 2006 season. The Colts defeated the Bears by the score of 29–17.

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Feb. 4, 2007 Dolphin Stadium (Miami) Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17

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Super Bowl XLII: New York Giants 2008

Feb. 3, 2008 University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.) New York Giants 17, New England 14

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Super Bowl XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers 2009

Feb. 1, 2009 Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Fla.) Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23

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Super Bowl XLIV: New Orleans Saints 2010

Feb. 7, 2010 Sun Life Stadium (Miami) New Orleans 31, Indianapolis 17

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Super Bowl XLV: Green Bay Packers 2011

Feb. 6, 2011 Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, Texas) Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 25

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Super Bowl XLVI: New York Giants 2012

Feb. 5, 2012 Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis) New York Giants 21, New England 17

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Super Bowl XLVII: Baltimore Ravens 2013
Super Bowl XLVII was an American football game between the American Football Conference champion Baltimore Ravens and the National Football Conference champion San Francisco 49ers to decide the National Football League champion for the 2012 season.

Feb. 3, 2013 Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans) Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31

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Super Bowl XLVIII: Seattle Seahawks 2014

Feb. 2, 2014 MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, N.J.) Seattle 43, Denver 8

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Super Bowl XLIX: New England Patriots 2015
Super Bowl XLIX was an American football game played to determine the champions of the National Football League for the 2014 season. The American Football Conference champion New England Patriots defeated the National Football Conference champion Seattle Seahawks, 28–24.

Feb. 1, 2015 University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.) New England 28, Seattle 24

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Super Bowl 50 Super Bowl L: Denver Broncos 2016

Feb. 7, 2016 Levi’s Stadium (Santa Clara, Calif.) Denver 24, Carolina 10

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Super Bowl LI: New England Patriots 2017

Feb. 5, 2017 NRG Stadium (Houston) New England 34, Atlanta 28

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Super Bowl LII: Philadelphia Eagles 2018

Feb. 4, 2018 U.S. Bank Stadium (Minneapolis) Philadelphia 41, New England 33


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Super Bowl LIII: New England Patriots 2019

Feb. 3, 2019 Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta) New England 13, Los Angeles Rams 3

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Super Bowl LIV: Kansas City Chiefs 2020
Super Bowl LV was an American football game played to determine the champion of the National Football League for the 2020 season. The National Football Conference champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the American Football Conference champion Kansas City Chiefs, 31–9.

Feb. 2, 2020 Hard Rock Stadium (Miami) Kansas City 31, San Francisco 20

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Super Bowl LV: Tampa Bay 2021

Feb. 7, 2021 Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Fla.) Tampa Bay 31, Kansas City 9

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Super Bowl LVI: LA RAMS 2021

Feb. 13, 2022 SoFi Stadium (Inglewood, Calif.) Los Angeles Rams 23, Cincinnati 20

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