Super Bowl XLIX was played on February 1, 2015, at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ. The New England Patriots won the game in front of a 70,000+ audience. Let’s take a trip down memory lane and look at the past winners of this mega sporting event.
Without doubt, the most important event in the sporting calendar in the United States is the Super Bowl. The championship game between the American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC) champions is one of the most important games in the entire year, and something that the entire nation looks forward to. This year, the New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28 – 24 to lift the title.
Super Bowl Winners List
If you take a look at the winners, you will observe that till date, the National Football Conference (NFC) has won 26 championship games, and the American Football Conference (AFC) has won 23. The winners of the Super Bowl receive the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The list of winners in the table below gives you the order in which the different teams have won the championship game over the years.
|List of Winners of Super Bowl|
|Game||Winning Team||Winning Year|
|I||Green Bay Packer||1967|
|II||Green Bay Packer||1968|
|III||New York Jets||1969|
|IV||Kansas City Chiefs||1970|
|XVI||San Francisco 49ers||1982|
|XVIII||Los Angeles Raiders||1984|
|XIX||San Francisco 49ers||1985|
|XXI||New York Giants||1987|
|XXIII||San Francisco 49ers||1989|
|XXIV||San Francisco 49ers||1990|
|XXV||New York Giants||1991|
|XXIX||San Francisco 49ers||1995|
|XXXI||Green Bay Packers||1997|
|XXXIV||St. Louis Rams||2000|
|XXXVI||New England Patriots||2002|
|XXXVII||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||2003|
|XXXVIII||New England Patriots||2004|
|XXXIX||New England Patriots||2005|
|XLII||New York Giants||2008|
|XLIV||New Orleans Saints||2010|
|XLV||Green Bay Packers||2011|
|XLVI||New York Giants||2012|
|XLIX||New England Patriots||2015|
The Super Bowl is one of the most anticipated sporting events of the year. Super Bowl XLIX was the most watched single-day sporting event in the history of the United States. A 30-second TV Ad cost the sponsors a whopping $4.5 million. It is not without reason that everyone looks forward to see who the next team to add their name to the Super Bowl winners list will be.