Super Bowl Stats

The following table lists information about each super bowl game since 1967.

LV2/7/2021Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla.
LIV2/2/20Kansas City (AFC) 31San Francisco (NFC) 20Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Fla.62,417
LIII2/3/2019New England (AFC) 13L.A. Rams (NFC) 3Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Ga.70,081
LII2/4/2018Philadelphia (NFC) 41New England (AFC) 33U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minn.67,612
LI2/5/2017New England (AFC) 34Atlanta (NFC) 28NRG Stadium, Houston, Tex.70,807
50*2/7/2016Denver (AFC) 24Carolina (NFC) 10Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.71,088
XLIX2/1/2015New England (AFC) 28Seattle (NFC) 24University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.70,288
XLVIII2/2/2014Seattle (NFC) 43Denver (AFC) 8MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.82,529
XLVII2/3/2013Baltimore (AFC) 34San Francisco (NFC) 31Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans71,024
XLVI2/5/2012New York Giants (NFC) 21New England (AFC) 17Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind.68,658
XLV2/6/2011Green Bay (NFC) 31Pittsburgh (AFC) 25Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Tex.103,219
XLIV2/7/2010New Orleans (NFC) 31Indianapolis (AFC) 17Sun Life Stadium, Miami, Fla.74,059
XLIII2/1/2009Pittsburgh (AFC) 27Arizona (NFC) 23Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla.70,774
XLII2/3/2008New York (NFC) 17New England (AFC) 14University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.71,101
XLI2/4/2007Indianapolis (AFC) 29Chicago (NFC) 17Dolphin Stadium, Miami, Fla.74,512
XL2/5/2006Pittsburgh (AFC) 21Seattle (NFC) 10Ford Field, Detroit, Mich.68,206
XXXIX2/6/2005New England (AFC) 24Philadelphia (NFC) 21Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville, Fla.78,125
XXXVIII2/1/2004New England (AFC) 32Carolina (NFC) 29Reliant Stadium, Houston, Tex.71,525
XXXVII1/26/2003Tampa Bay (NFC) 48Oakland Raiders (AFC) 21Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif.67,603
XXXVI2/3/2002New England (AFC) 20St. Louis (NFC) 17Superdome, New Orleans72,922
XXXV1/28/2001Baltimore (AFC) 34New York Giants (NFC) 7Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla.71,921
XXXIV1/30/2000St. Louis (NFC) 23Tennessee (AFC) 16Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga.72,625
XXXIII1/31/1999Denver (AFC) 34Atlanta (NFC) 19Pro Player Stadium, Miami, Fla.74,803
XXXII1/25/1998Denver (AFC) 31Green Bay (NFC) 24Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif.68,912
XXXI1/26/1997Green Bay (NFC) 35New England (AFC) 21Superdome, New Orleans, La.72,301
XXX1/28/1996Dallas (NFC) 27Pittsburgh (AFC) 17Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, Ariz.76,347
XXIX1/29/1995San Francisco (NFC) 49San Diego (AFC) 26Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, Fla.74,107
XXVIII1/30/1994Dallas (NFC) 30Buffalo (AFC) 13Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga.72,817
XXVII1/31/1993Dallas (NFC) 52Buffalo (AFC) 17Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.98,374
XXVI1/26/1992Washington (NFC) 37Buffalo (AFC) 24Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minn.63,130
XXV1/27/1991Giants (NFC) 20Buffalo (AFC) 19Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Fla.73,813
XXIV1/28/1990San Francisco (NFC) 55Denver (AFC) 10Superdome, New Orleans72,919
XXIII1/22/1989San Francisco (NFC) 20Cincinnati (AFC) 16Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, Fla.75,179
XXII1/31/1988Washington (NFC) 42Denver (AFC) 10Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, Calif.73,302
XXI1/25/1987Giants (NFC) 39Denver (AFC) 20Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.101,063
XX1/26/1986Chicago (NFC) 46New England (AFC) 10Superdome, New Orleans73,818
XIX1/20/1985San Francisco (NFC) 38Miami (AFC) 16Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto, Calif.84,059
XVIII1/22/1984Los Angeles Raiders (AFC) 38Washington (NFC) 9Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Fla72,920
XVII1/30/1983Washington (NFC) 27Miami (AFC) 17Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.103,667
XVI1/24/1982San Francisco (NFC) 26Cincinnati (AFC) 21Silverdome, Pontiac, Mich.81,270
XV1/25/1981Oakland (AFC) 27Philadelphia (NFC) 10Superdome, New Orleans75,500
XIV1/20/1980Pittsburgh (AFC) 31Los Angeles (NFC) 19Rose Bowl, Pasadena103,985
XIII1/21/1979Pittsburgh (AFC) 35Dallas (NFC) 31Orange Bowl, Miami79,484
XII1/15/1978Dallas (NFC) 27Denver (AFC) 10Superdome, New Orleans75,583
XI1/9/1977Oakland (AFC) 32Minnesota (NFC) 14Rose Bowl, Pasadena103,424
X1/18/1976Pittsburgh (AFC) 21Dallas (NFC) 17Orange Bowl, Miami80,187
IX1/12/1975Pittsburgh (AFC) 16Minnesota (NFC) 6Tulane Stadium, New Orleans80,997
VIII1/13/1974Miami (AFC) 24Minnesota (NFC) 7Rice Stadium, Houston71,882
VII1/14/1973Miami (AFC) 14Washington (NFC) 7Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles90,182
VI1/16/1972Dallas (NFC) 24Miami (AFC) 3Tulane Stadium, New Orleans81,591
V1/17/1971Baltimore (AFC) 16Dallas (NFC) 13Orange Bowl, Miami79,204
IV1/11/1970Kansas City (AFL) 23Minnesota (NFL) 7Tulane Stadium, New Orleans80,562
III1/12/1969New York (AFL) 16Baltimore (NFL) 7Orange Bowl, Miami75,389
II1/14/1968Green Bay (NFL) 33Oakland (AFL) 14Orange Bowl, Miami75,546
I1/151967Green Bay (NFL) 35Kansas City (AFL) 10Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles61,946
NOTE: Super Bowls I to IV were played before the American Football League and National Football League merged into the NFL, which was divided into two conferences, the NFC and AFC.
*The NFL deliberately stoppedusing Roman numerals this yearso they could use the Arabic numerals "50" inmarketing.
Sources +