Super Bowl – Everything You Need To Know
Only a few sports events attract as many viewers and bettors as the Super Bowl. Fans and gamblers from all corners of America and the planet gather to watch this football spectacle.
With so much going on before and during the event, it can be pretty challenging to keep up with all the details without getting overwhelmed.
To make things easy for you, we decided to compile everything you need to know about the Super Bowl in our Super Bowl guide.
From Superbowl’s history, the event itself, Super Bowl venues, and Super Bowl players, we bring you the most interesting facts and data that will help you impress your friends.
What Is The Super Bowl?
Super Bowl is the biggest, most-hyped sports event in the US that answers the question:” Who is the best football team in America his year?”
Super Bowl is the term used for the National Football League (NFL) championship game.
The game between the winner of the American Football Conference and the winner of the National Football Conference is played sometime between January and February each year.
When Is The Super Bowl?
It seems that unless something drastically changes, the Super Bowl will be played in February going forward. The calendar for the event changed ever since the National Football League was expanded from 16 to 17 games.
The 2022 Super Bowl took place on February 13, which made it the Super Bowl that was played the latest.
The 2023 Super Bowl will be played on Sunday, February 12th, 2023.
So, the national championship game for the 2023 season will be played a little earlier than in previous years.
What Super Bowl Is It?
This year’s Super Bowl was number 56, which means the 2023 Super Bowl will be the 57th football national championship game.
What Time Does The Super Bowl Start?
If you are on a tight schedule, you would probably want to know when the 2023 Super Bowl starts and when you should expect it to end.
As in the last few NFL seasons, Super Bowl 2023 will start at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
Because of the pre-game show, you can expect the kick-off to be a couple of minutes late.
Here are the Super Bowl kick-off times for other US time zones:
- Super Bowl 2023 will start at 5:30 p.m. Central Time on February 12th.
- Super Bowl 2023 will start at 4:30 p.m. Mountain Time on February 12th.
- Super Bowl 2023 will start at 3:30 p.m. Pacific Time on February 12th.
Where Is The 2023 Super Bowl?
The 2023 Super Bowl will be played in Phoenix at the State Farm Stadium, which is home to the Arizona Cardinals.
This will be the fourth time the Super Bowl has been hosted at this venue.
Another interesting thing is that this is the first location where the NFL did not use the bidding process. After cities submit hosting proposals, the league then unilaterally chooses which city’s will host the game. This decision takes place at the league meeting.
The next three Super Bowls will take place:
- Super Bowl 2023 at the State Farm Stadium (Glendale, Arizona)
- Super Bowl 2024 at the Allegiant Stadium (Paradise, Nevada)
- Super Bowl 2025 at the Caesars Superdome (New Orleans, Louisiana)
Which Teams Are In The 2023 Super Bowl?
Well, our guess is as good as yours. Jokes aside, nobody knows. The participants will be decided after the NFL regular season and playoffs. The two best teams of the AFC and the NFC will play for the championship.
However, if you think that US bookmakers know something that we don’t, here are the odds for the top five favorites:
- Buffalo Bills at +650
- Buccaneers +750
- Chiefs +900
- Packers +1100
- Los Angeles Rams +1100
How Can I Get 2023 Super Bowl Tickets?
If you are an average Joe, getting tickets for the 2023 Super Bowl is almost impossible because there are only a few ways in which the tickets are distributed.
The majority of the tickets are distributed by the league to the NFL teams, 32 of them, and yes, as you assumed, the two teams that participate in the championship game get the biggest percentage of these tickets.
Usually, NFL teams will distribute their tickets to players, staff, and some of the season ticket holders. The rest is distributed to business partners, sponsors, and media partners.
Super Bowl tickets can be bought as part of the Super Bowl packages, including accommodation, entry-level tickets (possibility to upgrade), pregame open bar and catering, access to clubs, parties, and other events related to the on-site game hosts.
How Long Is The Super Bowl?
NFL matches are one hour long, this time is divided into four 15-minute quarters.
After two quarters are played, there is a 12-minute intermission called halftime.
Because of the Super Bowl halftime shows, the halftime in the NFL championship games can be as long as 30 minutes.
However, because the referees manage the clock in football games, in reality, the Super Bowl lasts much longer.
On average, Super Bowl games take 3 hours and 12 minutes to complete.
The clock management refers to the game clock being stopped every time the teams change possession. This results in teams changing offensive lineups with defensive lineups and vice versa. The NFL takes full advantage of these breaks by filling the TV time with commercials.
What Happens At Halftime Of The Super Bowl?
On average, a half-time of the Super Bowl game lasts around 30 minutes, during which musical performances amuse the spectators.
Some of recent most notable halftime performances include Jeniffer Lopez, Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, and Shakira.
This kind of halftime structure gives coaches and players more time to strategize, regain strength and energize, making the second half of the game even more interesting.
Take a look at what happened at the latest Super Bowl Halftime Show.
Who Is Performing At The 2023 Super Bowl?
Currently, the NFL has not yet released the names of the performers for the 2023 Super Bowl.
But, if we take a look at the 2022 Super Bowl halftime show, which featured all-time greats like Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and the “Queen of Hip-Hop Soul” Mary J. Blige, there is a high chance that we are up for a treat.
How Many People Watch The Super Bowl?
It is pretty hard to determine how many people watch the Super Bowl because it is such a big event that many viewers enjoy in a group setting.
However, based on the survey created by the NFL and Nielsen, it is estimated that the 2022 Super Bowl had over 99 million viewers.
For comparison, the 2015 Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks had the highest number of viewers ever, with 114.44 million tuning in to watch the championship game.
Viewership numbers for the last 10 Super Bowls in the US.
|Year||Super Bowl||Teams||Viewers (in millions)|
|2013||XLVII||San Francisco vs Baltimore||108.69|
|2014||XLVIII||Denver vs Seattle||112.19|
|2015||XLIX||New England vs Seattle||114.44|
|2016||L||Denver vs Carolina||111.86|
|2017||LI||Atlanta vs New England||111.32|
|2018||LII||New England vs Philadephia||103.39|
|2019||LIII||Los Angeles vs New England||98.19|
|2020||LIV||Kansas vs San Francisco||100.45|
|2021||LV||Tampa Bay vs Kansas||91.63|
|2022||LVI||Los Angeles vs Cinncinati||99.18|
When Was The First Super Bowl?
In 1966, the NFL and the AFL merged, and although the merger didn’t complete until four years later, the first championship game between winners of both leagues was held a year later in 1967.
At the time, this game was called the AFL-NFL World Championship Game.
The First Super Bowl game occurred in 1967 on January 15th at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
This was the only Super Bowl in history to be broadcasted in the US by two separate networks, NBC and CBS. This is because NBC had the rights to televise AFL games while CBS had the rights to broadcast NFL games.
Who Played In The First Super Bowl?
In the first Super Bowl ever in 1967, the NFL’s Green Bay Packers met with the AFL’s Kansas City Chiefs.
The Packers defeated the Chiefs 35 to 10.
For Green Bay, this was the first of back-to-back Super Bowl wins, as they would go on to win the championship again in 1968 against the Oakland Raiders.
What Do The Super Bowl Winners Receive?
The victorious team in the Super Bowl received the NFL’s championship trophy. The trophy is called the Vince Lombardy trophy.
Vince Lombardy was the coach of the Green Bay Packers, who won the first and second Super Bowl in 1967 and 1968.
After the legendary football coach passed away, the league named the biggest trophy in American Football after him.
Additionally, each player participating in the Super Bowl receives a Super Bowl ring.
This tradition is slightly different from that of the NBA, where only players on the winning teams receive the NBA championship rings.
Apart from the Vince Lombardy trophy, which is a team trophy, the NFL also gives out the MVP trophy to an individual player.
The MVP is an acronym for the Most Valuable Player of the game, and as the name suggests, the trophy goes into the hands of the player who was the top performer in the game.
In most cases, the MVP trophy goes to one of the players in the winning team, but there were instances in the past when some of the players had such a memorable performance that they won the trophy even tho their team lost.
How Much Do Super Bowl Winners Get Paid?
Along with the Vince Lombardy trophy and Super Bowl rings, each player on the Los Angeles Rams received a $150,000 bonus for their 2022 Super Bowl win. On the other hand, each player from the Cincinnati Bengals received $75,000.
These Super Bowl bonuses are a part of the NFL’s Collective Bargaining Agreement and represent a $20,000 increase from the 2021′s Super Bowl and a $27,000 increase from the 2020 Super Bowl.
Super Bowl paychecks have been on the rise ever since the first championship game was held in 1967. For their ‘67 Super Bowl efforts, each player on the Green Bay Packers received $15,000, while each player on the Kansas City Chiefs received $7,500.
At first look, these numbers might seem low, but if we consider inflation, winners of the first Super Bowl ever each took equivalent to more than $128,000 in today’s money.
Why Does The Super Bowl Use Roman Numerals?
Roman numerals have been used for the Super Bowl since 1971. The owner of the Kansas City Chiefs is known as the man who introduced the idea before the Super Bowl V. Later, all four previous Super Bowls were changed to feature Roman numerals.
The main reason for introducing the Roman numerals into the Super Bowl is to remove any confusion that may occur due to the championship game taking place in a different calendar year from the regular season.
For example, the last NFL season was played in 2021, while the championship game for the season took place in 2022.
Since 1971, Roman numerals weren’t used only for one game. The number 50 was used instead of the roman number L because the league and the promotors felt that Super Bowl L looked uninteresting and would be hard to market.
What Team Has Won The Most Super Bowls?
The most Super Bowl titles won by an NFL franchise are six, and two teams have this many Vince Lombardi trophies, the New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
With five Super Bowl wins of their own, the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers are the next two most decorated teams.
And in third place are again two franchises with four Super Bowl titles, the Green Bay Packers and the New York Giants.
Here is the list of the most decorated NFL teams.
|Team||Super Bowl Titles||Years|
|New England Patriots||6||2001 (XXXVI), 2003 (XXXVIII), 2004 (XXXIX), 2014 (XLIX), 2016 (LI), 2018 (LIII)|
|Pitrsburgh Steelers||6||1974 (IX), 1975 (X), 1978 (XIII), 1979 (XIV), 2005 (XL), 2008 (XLIII)|
|Dallas Cowboys||5||1971 (VI), 1977 (XII), 1992 (XXVII), 1993 (XXVIII), 1995 (XXX)|
|San Francisco 49ers||5||1981 (XVI), 1984 (XIX), 1988 (XXIII), 1989 (XXIV), 1994 (XXIX)|
|Green Bay Packers||4||1966 (I), 1967 (II), 1996 (XXXI), 2010 (XLV)|
|New York Giants||4||1986 (XXI), 1990 (XXV), 2007 (XLII), 2011 (XLVI)|
Which Teams Have Not Won A Super Bowl?
There are twelve teams in the NFL who have never won the Super Bowl. The Minnesota Vikings and the Buffalo Bills have combined for eight Super Bowls appearances, four each, but they remain winless in the Super Bowl.
|Team||Number of Appearances||Years|
|Minnesota Vikings||4||1970, 1974, 1975, 1977|
|Buffalo Bills||4||1991, 1992, 1993, 1994|
|Cincinnati Bengals||3||1982, 1989, 2022|
|Atlanta Falcons||2||1998, 2017|
|Carolina Panthers||2||2004, 2015|
|Los Angeles Chargers||1||1995|
Who Has Appeared In The Most Super Bowls?
The New England Patriots have eleven Super Bowl appearances, which is the most in NFL history. Dallas Cowboys, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Denver Broncos are in second place, each with eight appearances.
|Team||Number of Appearances||Years|
|New England Patriots||11||2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2011, 2007, 2004, 2003, 2001, 1996, 1985|
|Dallas Cowboys||8||1995, 1993, 1992, 1978, 1977, 1975, 1971, 1970|
|Denver Broncos||8||2015, 2013, 1998, 1997, 1989, 1987, 1986, 1977|
|Pittsburgh Steelers||8||2010, 2008, 2005, 1995, 1979, 1978, 1975, 1974|
|San Francisco 49ers||7||2019, 2012, 1994, 1989, 1988, 1984, 1981|
|Washington Football Team||5||1991, 1987, 1983, 1982, 1972|
|Green Bay Packers||5||2010, 1997, 1996, 1967, 1966|
|Miami Dolphins||5||1984, 1982, 1973, 1972, 1971|
|New York Giants||5||2011, 2007, 2000, 1990, 1986)|
|Las Vegas Raiders||5||2002, 1983, 1980, 1976, 1967)|
|Kansas City Chiefs||4||2020, 2019, 1969, 1966|
|Buffalo Bills||4||1993, 1992, 1991, 1990|
|Minnesota Vikings||4||1976, 1974, 1973, 1969|
|Indianapolis Colts||4||2009, 2006, 1970, 1968|
|Los Angeles Rams||4||2018, 2001, 1999, 1979|
|Philadelphia Eagles||3||2017, 2004, 1980|
|Seattle Seahawks||3||2014, 2013, 2005|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||2||2020, 2002|
|Carolina Panthers||2||2015, 2003|
|Atlanta Falcons||2||2016, 1998|
|Baltimore Ravens||2||2012, 2000|
|Cincinnati Bengals||2||1988, 1981|
|Chicago Bears||2||2006, 1985|
|New Orleans Saints||1||2009|
|Los Angeles Chargers||1||1994|
|New York Jets||1||1968|
Which Team Appeared In The Fewest Super Bowls?
As you might notice in the previous tables, four NFL franchises have never played in the year’s biggest game. This infamous record belongs to Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, Detroit Lions, and Jacksonville Jaguars.
|Team||Number of NFL Playoff games||Win-Loss Record|
Full List Of Super Bowl Winners
Since 1967, there have been 56 Super Bowls, and 20 NFL teams have managed to win the trophy at least once.
The list of all Super Bowl winners, along with dates and venues.
|I||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum||Jan.15 1967||Green Bay (Kansas City)|
|II||Orange Bowl – Miami||Jan.14 1968||Green Bay (Oakland)|
|III||Orange Bowl – Miami||Jan.12 1969||New York Jets (Baltimore)|
|IV||Tulane Stadium – New Orleans||Jan.11 1970||Kansas City (Minnesota)|
|V||Orange Bowl – Miami||Jan.17 1971||Baltimore (Dallas)|
|VI||Tulane Stadium – New Orleans||Jan.16 1972||Dallas (Miami)|
|VII||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum||Jan.14 1973||Miami (Washington)|
|VIII||Rice Stadium – Houston||Jan.13 1974||Miami (Minnesota)|
|IX||Tulane Stadium – New Orleans||Jan.12 1975||Pittsburgh (Minnesota)|
|X||Orange Bowl – Miami||Jan.18 1976||Pittsburgh (Dallas)|
|XI||Rose Bowl – Pasadena, California||Jan.09 1977||Oakland (Minnesota)|
|XII||Superdome – New Orleans||Jan.15 1978||Dallas (Denver)|
|XIII||Orange Bowl – Miami||Jan.21 1979||Pittsburgh (Dallas)|
|XIV||Rose Bowl – Pasadena, California||Jan.20 1980||Pittsburgh (L.A.Rams)|
|XV||Superdome – New Orleans||Jan.25 1981||Oakland (Philadephia)|
|XVI||Silverdome, Pontiac, Michigan||Jan.24 1982||San Francisco (Cincinnati)|
|XVII||Rose Bowl – Pasadena, California||Jan.30 1983||Washington (Miami)|
|XVIII||Tampa Stadium, Florida||Jan.22 1984||L.A. Raiders (Washington)|
|XIX||Stanford Stadium, California||Jan.20 1985||San Francisco (Miami)|
|XX||Superdome – New Orleans||Jan.26 1986||Chicago (New England)|
|XXI||Rose Bowl – Pasadena, California||Jan.25 1987||New York Giants (Denver)|
|XXII||Jack Murphy Stadium – San Diego||Jan.31 1988||Washington (Denver)|
|XXIII||Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami)||Jan.22 1989||San Francisco (Cinncinati)|
|XXIV||Superdome – New Orleans||Jan.28 1990||San Francisco (Denver)|
|XXV||Tampa Stadium, Florida||Jan.27 1991||New York Giants (Buffalo)|
|XXVI||Metrodome – Minneapolis||Jan.26 1992||Washington (Buffalo)|
|XXVII||Rose Bowl – Pasadena, California||Jan.31 1993||Dallas (Buffalo)|
|XXVIII||Georgia Dome – Atlanta||Jan.30 1994||Dallas (Buffalo)|
|XXIX||Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami)||Jan.29 1995||San Francisco (San Diego)|
|XXX||Sun Devil Stadium – Arizona||Jan.28 1996||Dallas (Pittsburgh)|
|XXXI||Superdome – New Orleans||Jan.26 1997||Green Bay (New England)|
|XXXII||Qualcomm Stadium – San Diego||Jan.25 1998||Denver (Green Bay)|
|XXXIII||Pro Player Stadium – Miami||Jan.31 1999||Denver (Atlanta)|
|XXXIV||Georgia Dome – Atlanta||Jan.30 2000||St. Louis (Tennessee)|
|XXXV||Raymond James Stadium – Tampa||Jan.28 2001||Baltimore (New York Giants)|
|XXXVI||Superdome – New Orleans||Feb.03 2002||New England (St.Louis)|
|XXXVII||Qualcomm Stadium – San Diego||Feb.03 2003||Tamba Bay (Oakland)|
|XXXVIII||Reliant Stadium – Houston||Feb.03 2004||New England (Carolina)|
|XXXIX||Alltel Stadium – Jacksonville||Feb.03 2005||New England (Philadelphia)|
|XL||Ford Field – Detroit||Feb.03 2006||Pittsburgh (Seatlle)|
|XLI||Dolphin Stadium – Miami||Feb.04 2007||Indianapolis (Chicago)|
|XLII||University of Phoenix – Glendale||Feb.03 2008||N.Y. Giants (New England)|
|XLIII||Raymond James Stadium – Tampa||Feb.01 2009||Pittsburgh (Arizona)|
|XLIV||Sun Life Stadium – Miami||Feb.07 2010||New Orleans (Indianapolis)|
|XLV||Cowboys Stadium – Arlington||Feb.06 2011||Green Bay (Pittsburgh)|
|XLVI||Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis||Feb.05 2012||N.Y. Giants (New England)|
|XLVII||Mercedes – Benz Superdome N.O.||Feb.03 2013||Baltimore (San Francisco)|
|XLVIII||MetLife Stadium – East Rutherford||Feb.02 2014||Seattle (Denver)|
|XLIX||University of Phoenix – Glendale||Feb.01 2015||New England (Seattle)|
|50||Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara||Feb.01 2016||Denver (Carolina)|
|LI||NRG Stadium – Houston||Feb.01 2017||New England (Seattle)|
|LII||U.S. Bank Stadium – Minneapolis||Feb.01 2018||Philadelphia (New England)|
|LIII||Mercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta||Feb.01 2019||New England (L.A. Rams)|
|LIV||Hard Rock Stadium – Miami||Feb.02 2020||Kansas City (San Francisco)|
|LV||Raymond James Stadium – Tampa||Feb.07 2021||Tampa Bay (Kansas City)|
|LVI||SoFi Stadium – Inglewood||Feb.13 2022||L.A. Rams (Cinncinati)|
Who Has The Most Super Bowl Losses?
Losing is never fun, especially if you lose in arguably the biggest game in American sports, but on the other hand, getting into the Super Bowl is already a remarkable achievement.
With this said, the New England Patriots and the Denver Broncos are tied in 1st place for the most Super Bowl losses in history.
If we consider that the New England Patriots have played in eleven Super Bowls and won 6, this stat doesn’t even look bad as it is a consequence of their success. The Broncos are a little less fortunate as they played in eight Super Bowls but managed to lift the trophy only three times.
Here are eight teams with the most Super Bowl losses.
|Team||Appeared||Lost||Years in which they lost the Super Bowl|
|New England Patriots||11||5||1986, 1997, 2008, 2012, 2018|
|Denver Broncos||8||5||1978, 1987, 1988, 1990, 2014|
|Buffalo Bills||4||4||1991, 1992, 1993, 1994|
|Minnesota Vikings||4||4||1970, 1974, 1975, 1977|
|Cinncinati Bengals||3||3||1982, 1989, 2022|
|Los Angeles Rams||5||3||1980, 2002, 2019|
|Miami Dolphins||5||3||1972, 1983, 1985|
|Dallas Cowboys||8||3||1971, 1976, 1979|
Three teams from this list are still waiting for their first Super Bowl win ever, the Minnesota Vikings, the Buffalo Bills, and the Cinncinati Bengals. These three teams have combined for eleven Super Bowl appearances.
Which Player Has Won The Most Super Bowls?
Tom Brady is the player with the most Super Bowl MVP titles. Brady, who is considered the greatest football player of all time, and one of the greatest athletes in sports, has won seven Super Bowls.
Since entering the league in 2000, he has played in ten Super Bowls, which is more than any other player.
In his ten Super Bowl appearances, Tom Brady was the MVP in half of them.
Some of the Super Bowl records that Brady holds:
- Seven Super Bowl rings
- Five Super Bowl MVPs
- Most Super Bowl appearances: 10
- Most Super Bowl pass attempts: – 421
- Most Super Bowl completions: 277
- Most Super Bowl touchdown passes: 21
- Most Super Bowl passing yards: 3,039
- Most game-winning drives in a Super Bowl: 6
Tom Brady has won more Super Bowl trophies than any franchise in the NFL.
Here is the list of players who won the most Super Bowl titles.
|Tom Brady||QB||7||2002, 2003, 2005, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2020|
|Charles Haley||LB||5||1989, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1996|
|Rob Gronkowski||TE||4||2015. 2017, 2018, 2020|
|Joe Montana||QB||4||1982, 1985, 1989, 1990|
|Ronnie Lott||DB||4||1982, 1985, 1989, 1990|
|Jesse Sapolu||OL||4||1985, 1989, 1990, 1995|
|Terry Bradshaw||QB||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Franco Harris||RB||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Jack Lambert||LB||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Lynn Swann||WR||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Ted Hendricks||LB||4||1972, 1978, 1981, 1985|
|Marv Fleming||TE||4||1967, 1968, 1972, 1974|
|Bill Romanowski||LB||4||1989, 1990, 1998, 1999|
|Matt Millen||LB||4||1981, 1984, 1989, 1991|
|Bill Romanowski||LB||4||1989, 1990, 1998, 1999|
|Adam Vinatieri||K||4||2002, 2003, 2005, 2007|
|Keena Turner||LB||4||1982, 1985, 1989, 1990|
|Eric Wright||CB||4||1982, 1985, 1989, 1990|
|Mike Wilson,||WR||4||1982, 1985, 1989, 1990|
|Mel Blount||DB||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|John Stallworth||WR||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Jack Ham||LB||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Mike Webster||OT||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Donnie Shell||DB||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|L.C. Greenwood||DE||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Rocky Bleier||RB||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Gerry Mullins,||OT||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Larry Brown||TE/OT||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Mike Wagner||DE||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|J.T. Thomas||DB||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Loren Toews||LB||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Jon Kolb||OT||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Sam Davis||OT||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Steve Furness||DT||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Dwight White||DE||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Randy Grossman||TE||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Joe Greene||DE||4||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
Which Coach Has Won The Most Super Bowls?
With eight Super Bowls to his name, the New England Patriots head coach, Bill Belichick, is the coach with the most Super Bowls in history.
Belichick won two Super Bowl trophies as the defensive coordinator for the New York Giants and six Super Bowls as the head coach of the New England Patriots.
As a head coach, Bill Belichick holds the following records:
- Most Super Bowl appearances: 10
- Most Super Bowl wins: 6
- Most playoff wins: 31
Bellichick has the following win-loss record in the NFL:
- Regular season: 290-143
- Playoff: 31-13
- Overall record: 321-156
List of NFL head coaches with multiple Super Bowl wins.
|Bill Belichick||6||New England Patriots||2002, 2004, 2005, 2015, 2017, 2019|
|Chuck Noll||4||Pittsburg Steelers||1975, 1976, 1979, 1980|
|Bill Walsh||3||San Francisco 49ers||1982, 1985, 1989|
|Joe Gibbs||3||Washington Redskins||1983, 1988, 1992|
|Vince Lombardi||2||Green Bay Packers||1967, 1968|
|Tom Landry||2||Dallas Cowboys||1972, 1978|
|Don Shula||2||Miami Dolphins||1973, 1974|
|Tom Flores||2||Oakland Raiders||1981, 1984|
|Bill Parcells||2||New York Giants||1987, 1991|
|George Seifert||2||San Francisco 49ers||1989, 1990|
|Jimmy Johnson||2||Dallas Cowboys||1993, 1994|
|Mike Shanahan||2||Denver Broncos||1998, 1999|
|Tom Coughlin||2||New York Giants||2008, 2012|
Since 1967, 13 NFL coaches have won multiple Super Bowls, and 22 coaches have won the Super Bowl at least once. No NFL coach has won the Super Bowl with multiple franchises.
Out of the 13 coaches with multiple Super Bowls, 7 coaches have won back-to-back Super Bowls:
- Bill Belichick (2004 and 2005)
- Chuck Noll (1975 and 1976)
- Vince Lombardi (1967 and 1968)
- Don Shula (1973 and 1974)
- George Seifert (1989 and 1990)
- Jimmy Johnson (1993 and 1994)
- Mike Shanahan (1998 and 1999)
Which Player Has Won The Most Super Bowl MVPs?
Tom Brady is the player with the most Super Bowl MVPs. Brady has collected five Super Bowl MVP awards, all in games his team has won.
Tom Brady’s Super Bowl MVP awards:
- In 2002, Super Bowl XXXVI New England beat St.Louis
- In 2004, Super Bowl XXXIX New England beat Carolina
- In 2015, Super Bowl XLIX New England beat Seattle
- In 2017, Super Bowl LI New England beat Atlanta
- In 2021, Super Bowl LV New England beat Tampa Bay
Only four other fast NFL players have won multiple MVP awards, and none have won the award more than three times.
Multiple Super Bowl MVP winners.
|Joe Montana||3||Quarterback||XVI, XIX, XXIV|
|Bart Starr||2||Quarterback||I, II|
|Terry Bradshaw||2||Quarterback||XIII, XIV|
|Eli Manning||2||Quarterback||XLII, XLVI|
All Super Bowl MVP winners
|Bart Starr||QB||I||Green Bay Packers|
|Bart Starr||QB||II||Green Bay Packers|
|Joe Namath||QB||III||New York Jets|
|Len Dawson||QB||IV||Kansas City Chiefs|
|Chuck Howley||LB||V||Dallas Cowboys|
|Roger Staubach||QB||VI||Dallas Cowboys|
|Jake Scott||S||VII||Miami Dolphins|
|Larry Csonka||RB||VIII||Miami Dolphins|
|Franco Harris||RB||IX||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Lynn Swann||WR||X||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Fred Biletnikoff||WR||XI||Las Vegas Raiders|
|Harvey Martin/Randy White||DE/DT||XII||Dallas Cowboys|
|Terry Bradshaw||QB||XIII||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Terry Bradshaw||QB||XIV||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Jim Plunkett||QB||XV||Las Vegas Raiders|
|Joe Montana||QB||XVI||San Francisco 49ers|
|John Riggins||RB||XVII||Chicago Bears|
|Marcus Allen||RB||XVIII||Las Vegas Raiders|
|Joe Montana||QB||XIX||San Francisco 49ers|
|Richard Dent||DE||XX||Chicago Bears|
|Phil Simms||QB||XXI||New York Giants|
|Doug Williams||QB||XXII||Washington Redskins|
|Jerry Rice||WR||XXIII||San Francisco 49ers|
|Joe Montana||QB||XXIV||San Francisco 49ers|
|Ottis Anderson||RB||XXV||New York Giants|
|Mark Rypien||QB||XXVI||Washington Redskins|
|Troy Aikman||QB||XXVII||Dallas Cowboys|
|Emmitt Smith||RB||XXVIII||Dallas Cowboys|
|Steve Young||QB||XXIX||San Francisco 49ers|
|Larry Brown||CB||XXX||Dallas Cowboys|
|Desmond Howard||KR/PR||XXXI||Green Bay Packers|
|Terrell Davis||RB||XXXII||Denver Broncos|
|John Elway||QB||XXXIII||Denver Broncos|
|Kurt Warner||QB||XXXIV||St. Louis Rams|
|Ray Lewis||LB||XXXV||Baltimore Ravens|
|Tom Brady||QB||XXXVI||New England Patriots|
|Dexter Jackson||S||XXXVII||Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|Tom Brady||QB||XXXVIII||New England Patriots|
|Deion Branch||WR||XXXIX||New England Patriots|
|Hines Ward||WR||XL||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Peyton Manning||QB||XLI||Indianapolis Colts|
|Eli Manning||QB||XLII||New York Giants|
|Santonio Holmes||WR||XLIII||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Drew Brees||QB||XLIV||New Orleans Saints|
|Aaron Rodgers||QB||XLV||Green Bay Packers|
|Eli Manning||QB||XLVI||New York Giants|
|Joe Flacco||QB||XLVII||Baltimore Ravens|
|Malcolm Smith||LB||XLVIII||Seattle Seahawks|
|Tom Brady||QB||XLIX||New England Patriots|
|Von Miller||LB||50||Denver Broncos|
|Tom Brady||QB||LI||New England Patriots|
|Nick Foles||QB||LII||Philadelphia Eagles|
|Julian Edelman||WR||LIII||New England Patriots|
|Patrick Mahomes||QB||LIV||Kansas City Chiefs|
|Tom Brady||QB||LV||Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|Cooper Kupp||WR||LVI||L.A. Rams|
How Is The Super Bowl MVP Selected?
Currently, the MVP of the Super Bowl is chosen by media and fan votes. There are 16 media members, each with one all-or-nothing vote.
On the other hand, fans vote through NFL.com, and these votes count as 4 votes in addition to the 16 votes that media members give.
Fans vote for first place (2.5 votes), second place (1 Vote), and third place (o.5) votes. Fan votes make up 20% of all votes.
Everything You Need To Know About Super Bowl
Here is a quick fact sheet for every Super Bowl fan:
- Super Bowl is the term used for the final game of the NFL season in which the champion is decided
- It is the biggest game in American sports
- First Super Bowl was played in January 1967
- Super Bowl is played in January or February each year.
- Super Bowl uses Roman numerals to remove any confusion because the game is played in a different calendar year in regard to the regular season.
- The winning team receives the Vince Lombardi trophy, Super Bowl rings, and cash bonuses.
- The team with the most appearances (11) and wins (6) in the Super Bowl is the New England Patriots.
- The former quarterback of the New England Patriots, Tom Brady is the player with the most Super Bowl appearances (10), most Super Bowl wins (7), and most Super Bowl MVPs (5).
- His former coach, Bill Belichick, is the coach with the most Super Bowl wins (6 as head coach and 2 as defensive coordinator).
Now you know everything there is to know about the Super Bowl, and no one will be able to surprise you with stats or facts regarding this event.