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List of Super Bowl Champions
This is a list of Super Bowl champions, that is, all the franchises that have won the championship game of the National Football League (NFL). Super Bowls are held in an American city that is chosen years in advance, usually in warm-weather or domed sites. The winner of the AFC Championship Game faces the winner of the NFC Championship Game, in the culmination of the NFL playoffs. Prior to the 1970 AFL-NFL Merger merge of the American Football League (AFL) and the National Football League (NFL), the two leagues met in a World championship game. Currently the NFC leads in Super Bowl wins with 20, while the AFC has won 18. The NFL and AFL each won two World Championships.

Only six football teams have yet to appear in the Super Bowl: Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, and New Orleans Saints. The Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets have not appeared in the Super Bowl since the merger in 1970.

NFL Championships
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Game: V
Date: January 17, 1971
Winning Team: Baltimore Colts
Score: 16–13
Losing Team: Dallas Cowboys
Venue: Miami Orange Bowl
City: Miami, Florida

VI
January 16, 1972
Winning Team: Dallas Cowboys
24–3
Miami Dolphins
Tulane Stadium
New Orleans, Louisiana

VII
January 14, 1973
Winning Team: Miami Dolphins
14–7
Washington Redskins
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, California

VIII
January 13, 1974
Winning Team: Miami Dolphins
24–7
Minnesota Vikings
Rice Stadium
Houston, Texas

IX
January 12, 1975
Winning Team: Pittsburgh Steelers
16–6
Minnesota Vikings
Tulane Stadium
New Orleans, Louisiana

X
January 18, 1976
Winning Team: Pittsburgh Steelers
21–17
Dallas Cowboysc
Miami Orange Bowl
Miami, Florida

XI
January 9, 1977
Winning Team: Oakland Raiders
32–14
Minnesota Vikings
Rose Bowl Stadium
Pasadena, California

XII
January 15, 1978
Winning Team: Dallas Cowboys
27–10
Denver Broncos
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana

XIII
January 21, 1979
Winning Team: Pittsburgh Steelers
35–31
Dallas Cowboys
Miami Orange Bowl
Miami, Florida

XIV
January 20, 1980
Winning Team: Pittsburgh Steelers
31–19
Los Angeles Rams
Rose Bowl Stadium
Pasadena, California

XV
January 25, 1981
Winning Team: Oakland Raiders
27–10
Philadelphia Eagles
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana

XVI
January 24, 1982
Winning Team: San Francisco 49ers
26–21
Cincinnati Bengals
Pontiac Silverdome
Pontiac, Michigana

XVII
January 30, 1983
Winning Team: Washington Redskins
27–17
Miami Dolphins
Rose Bowl Stadium
Pasadena, California

XVIII
January 22, 1984
Winning Team: Los Angeles Raiders
38–9
Washington Redskins
Tampa Stadium
Tampa, Florida

XIX
January 20, 1985
Winning Team: San Francisco 49ers
38–16
Miami Dolphins
Stanford Stadium
Stanford, California

XX
January 26, 1986
Winning Team: Chicago Bears
46–10
New England Patriotsc
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana

XXI
January 25, 1987
Winning Team: New York Giants
39–20
Denver Broncos
Rose Bowl Stadium
Pasadena, California

XXII
January 31, 1988
Winning Team: Washington Redskins
42–10
Denver Broncos
Jack Murphy Stadiumd
San Diego, California

XXIII
January 22, 1989
Winning Team: San Francisco 49ers
20–16
Cincinnati Bengals
Joe Robbie Stadiumd
Miami, Florida

XXIV
January 28, 1990
Winning Team: San Francisco 49ers
55–10
Denver Broncos
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana

XXV
January 27, 1991
Winning Team: New York Giants
20–19
Buffalo Bills
Tampa Stadium
Tampa, Florida
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XXVI
January 26, 1992
Winning Team: Washington Redskins
37–24
Buffalo Bills
Metrodome
Minneapolis, Minnesota

XXVII
January 31, 1993
Winning Team: Dallas Cowboys
52–17
Buffalo Billsc
Rose Bowl Stadium
Pasadena, California

XXVIII
January 30, 1994
Winning Team: Dallas Cowboys
30–13
Buffalo Bills
Georgia Dome
Atlanta, Georgia

XXIX
January 29, 1995
Winning Team: San Francisco 49ers
49–26
San Diego Chargers
Joe Robbie Stadium
Miami, Florida

XXX
January 28, 1996
Winning Team: Dallas Cowboys
27–17
Pittsburgh Steelers
Sun Devil Stadium
Tempe, Arizonaa

XXXI
January 26, 1997
Winning Team: Green Bay Packers
35–21
New England Patriots
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana

XXXII
January 25, 1998
Winning Team: Denver Broncosc
31–24
Green Bay Packers
Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego, California

XXXIII
January 31, 1999
Winning Team: Denver Broncos
34–19
Atlanta Falcons
Pro Player Stadium
Miami, Florida

XXXIV
January 30, 2000
Winning Team: St. Louis Rams
23–16
Tennessee Titansc
Georgia Dome
Atlanta, Georgia

XXXV
January 28, 2001
Winning Team: Baltimore Ravensc
34–7
New York Giants
Raymond James Stadium
Tampa, Florida

XXXVI
February 3, 2002
Winning Team: New England Patriots
20–17
St. Louis Rams
Louisiana Superdome
New Orleans, Louisiana

XXXVII
January 26, 2003
Winning Team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
48–21
Oakland Raiders
Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego

XXXVIII
February 1, 2004
Winning Team: New England Patriots
32–29
Carolina Panthers
Reliant Stadium
Houston, Texas

XXXIX
February 6, 2005
Winning Team: New England Patriots
24–21
Philadelphia Eagles
ALLTEL Stadium
Jacksonville, Florida

XL
February 5, 2006
Winning Team: Pittsburgh Steelers
21–10
Seattle Seahawks
Ford Field
Detroit, Michigan

XLI
February 4, 2007
Winning Team: Indianapolis Colts
29–17
Chicago Bears
Dolphin Stadium
Miami Gardens, Florida

XLII
February 3, 2008
Winning Team: New York Giants
17–14
New England Patriots
University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, Arizona

XLIII
February 1, 2009
TBD
Raymond James Stadium
Tampa Bay, Florida

XLIV
February 7, 2010
TBD
Dolphin Stadium
Miami, Florida

XLV
February 6, 2011
TBD
Dallas Cowboys New Stadium Arlington, Texas

XLVI
February 5, 2012
TBD
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis, Indiana