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1967-2014 - A Timeline of Champions

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Sunday, February 2, 2014, marks Super Bowl XLVIII. It is the biggest event of the year and is expected to break the previous viewership record of 111.3 million viewers. Most of us can only imagine the intense pressure the players are under to perform under these circumstances. The following Super Bowl timeline highlights those winning teams who were able to take advantage of the spotlight and become world champions.

Update: Congratulations to the Seattle Seahawks, not just for the win, but for making it on to our timeline of Super Bowl Champions!

Super Bowl Champions Chronology

EventDate
Super Bowl I
The Green Bay Packers defeat the Kansas City Chiefs
35-10
January 15, 1967
Super Bowl II
The Green Bay Packers defeat the Oakland Raiders
35-14
January 14, 1968
Super Bowl III
The New York Jets defeat the Baltimore Colts
16-7
January 12, 1969
Super Bowl IV
The Kansas City Chiefs defeat the Minnesota Vikings
23-7
January 11, 1970
Super Bowl V
The Baltimore Colts defeat the Dallas Cowboys
16-13
January 17, 1971
Super Bowl VI
The Dallas Cowboys defeat the Miami Dolphins
24-3
January 16, 1972
Super Bowl VII
The Miami Dolphins defeat the Washington Redskins
14-7
January 14, 1973
Super Bowl VIII
The Miami Dolphins defeat the Minnesota Vikings
24-7
January 13, 1974
Super Bowl IX
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Minnesota Vikings
16-6
January 12, 1975
Super Bowl X
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Dallas Cowboys
21-17
January 18, 1976
Super Bowl XI
The Oakland Raiders defeat the Minnesota Vikings
32-14
January 9, 1977
Super Bowl XII
The Dallas Cowboys defeat the Denver Broncos
27-10
January 15, 1978
Super Bowl XIII
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Dallas Cowboys
35-31
January 21, 1979
Super Bowl XIV
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Los Angeles Rams
31-19
January 20, 1980
Super Bowl XV
The Oakland Raiders defeat the Philadelphia Eagles
27-10
January 25, 1981
Super Bowl XVI
The San Francisco 49ers defeat the Cincinnati Bengals
26-21
January 24, 1982
Super Bowl XVII
The Washington Redskins defeat the Miami Dolphins
27-17
January 30, 1983
Super Bowl XVIII
The Los Angeles Raiders defeat the Washington Redskins
38-9
January 22, 1984
Super Bowl XIX
The San Francisco 49ers defeat the Miami Dolphins
38-16
January 20, 1985
Super Bowl XX
The Chicago Bears defeat the New England Patriots
46-10
January 26, 1986
Super Bowl XXI
The New York Giants defeat the Denver Broncos
39-20
January 25, 1987
Super Bowl XXII
The Washington Redskins defeat the Denver Broncos
42-10
January 31, 1988
Super Bowl XXIII
The San Francisco 49ers defeat the Cincinnati Bengals
20-6
January 22, 1989
Super Bowl XXIV
The San Francisco 49ers defeat the Denver Broncos
55-10
January 28, 1990
Super Bowl XXV
The New York Giants defeat the Buffalo Bills
20-19
January 27, 1991
Super Bowl XXVI
The Washington Redskins defeat the Buffalo Bills
37-24
January 26, 1992
Super Bowl XXVII
The Dallas Cowboys defeat the Buffalo Bills
52-17
January 31, 1993
Super Bowl XXVIII
The Dallas Cowboys defeat the Buffalo Bills
30-13
January 30, 1994
Super Bowl XXIX
The San Francisco 49ers defeat the Dan Diego Chargers
49-26
January 29, 1995
Super Bowl XXX
The Dallas Cowboys defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers
27-17
January 28, 1996
Super Bowl XXXI
The Green Bay Packers defeat the New England Patriots
35-21
January 26, 1997
Super Bowl XXXII
The Denver Broncos defeat the Green Bay Packers
31-24
January 25, 1998
Super Bowl XXXIII
The Denver Broncos defeat the Atlanta Falcons
34-19
January 31, 1999
Super Bowl XXXIV
The St. Louis Rams defeat the Tennessee Titans
23-16
January 30, 2000
Super Bowl XXXV
The Baltimore Ravens defeat the New York Giants
34-7
January 28, 2001
Super Bowl XXXVI
The New England Patriots defeat the St. Louis Rams
20-17
February 3, 20002
Super Bowl XXXVII
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeat the Oakland Raiders
48-21
January 26, 2003
Super Bowl XXXVIII
The New England Patriots defeat the Carolina Panthers
32-29
February 1, 2004
Super Bowl XXXIX
The New England Patriots defeat the Philadelphia Eagles
24-21
February 6, 2005
Super Bowl XL
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Seattle Seahawks
21-10
February 5, 2006
Super Bowl XLI
The Indianapolis Colts defeat the Chicago Bears
29-17
February 4, 2007
Super Bowl XLII
The New York Giants defeat the New England Patriots
17-14
February 3, 2008
Super Bowl XLIII
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Arizona Cardinals
27-23
February 1, 2009
Super Bowl XLIV
The New Orleans Saints defeat the Indianapolis Colts
31-17
February 7, 2010
Super Bowl XLV
The Green Bay Packers defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers
31-25
February 6, 2011
Super Bowl XLVI
The New York Giants defeat the New England Patriots
21-17
February 5, 2012
Super Bowl XLVII
The Baltimore Ravens defeat the San Francisco 49ers
34-31
February 3, 2013
Super Bowl XLVIII
The Denver Broncos vs. the Seattle Seahawks
43-8
February 2, 2014

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