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    List of Most Super Bowl Wins by Team (Updated 2024)

    Here's a list of the most Super Bowl wins by team and the results of each big game over the course of history.

    While every NFL team’s goal when camp starts is to be the Super Bowl winners, only one out of 32 teams achieves this goal. Throughout the 57 times the Super Bowl has been played, some teams have multiple Lombardi Trophies, while some teams have yet to win a Super Bowl.

    Here’s a list of who has the most Super Bowl wins, how many each team has won, and the results of each.

    T1) New England Patriots (6)

    • XXVI (2002) 20-17 vs. St. Louis Rams
    • XXXVIII (2004) 32-29 vs. Carolina Panthers
    • XXXIX (2005) 24-21 vs. Philadelphia Eagles
    • XLIX (2015) 28-24 vs. Seattle Seahawks
    • LI (2017) 34-28 vs. Atlanta Falcons
    • LIII (2019) 13-3 vs. Los Angeles Rams

    T1) Pittsburgh Steelers (6)

    • IX (1975) 16-6 vs. Minnesota Vikings
    • X (1976) 21-17 vs. Dallas Cowboys
    • XIII (1979) 35-31 vs. Dallas Cowboys
    • XIV (1980) 31-19 vs. Los Angeles Rams
    • XL (2006) 21-10 vs. Seattle Seahawks
    • XLIII (2009) 27-23 vs. Arizona Cardinals

    T3) San Francisco 49ers (5)

    • XVI (1982) 26-21 vs. Cincinnati Bengals
    • XIX (1985) 38-16 vs. Miami Dolphins
    • XXIII (1989) 20-16 vs. Cincinnati Bengals
    • XXIV (1990) 55-10 vs. Denver Broncos
    • XXIX (1995) 49-26 vs. San Diego Chargers

    T3) Dallas Cowboys (5)

    • VI (1972) 24-3 vs. Miami Dolphins
    • XII (1978) 27-10 vs. Denver Broncos
    • XXVII (1993) 52-17 vs. Buffalo Bills
    • XXVIII (1994) 30-13 vs. Buffalo Bills
    • XXX (1996) 27-17 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

    T5) Kansas City Chiefs (4)

    • IV (1970) 23-7 vs. Minnesota Vikings
    • LIV (2020) 31-20 vs. San Francisco 49ers
    • LVI (2023) 38-35 vs. Philadelphia Eagles
    • LVII (2024) 25-22 vs. San Francisco 49ers

    T5) Green Bay Packers (4)

    • I (1967) 35-10 vs. Kansas City Chiefs
    • II (1968) 33-14 vs. Oakland Raiders
    • XXXI (1997) 35-21 vs. New England Patriots
    • XLV (2011) 31-25 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

    T5) New York Giants (4)

    • XXI (1987) 39-20 vs. Denver Broncos
    • XXV (1991) 20-19 vs. Buffalo Bills
    • XLII (2008) 17-14 vs. New England Patriots
    • XLVI (2012) 21-17 vs. New England Patriots

    T7) Denver Broncos (3)

    • XXXII (1998) 31-24 vs. Green Bay Packers
    • XXXIII (1999) 34-19 vs. Atlanta Falcons
    • 50 (2016) 24-10 vs. Carolina Panthers

    T7) Los Angeles / Oakland Raiders (3)

    • XI (1977) 32-14 vs. Minnesota Vikings
    • XV (1981) 27-10 vs. Philadelphia Eagles
    • XVIII (1984) 38-9 vs. Washington Redskins

    T7) Washington Commanders (3)

    • XVII (1983) 27-17 vs. Miami Dolphins
    • XXII (1988) 42-10 vs. Denver Broncos
    • XXVI (1992) 37-21 vs. Buffalo Bills

    T10) Baltimore / Indianapolis Colts (2)

    • V (1971) 16-13 vs. Dallas Cowboys
    • XLI (2007) 29-17 vs. Chicago Bears

    T10) Baltimore Ravens (2)

    • XXXV (2001) 34-7 vs. New York Giants
    • XIVII (2013) 34-31 vs. San Francisco 49ers

    T10) Miami Dolphins (2)

    • VII (1973) 14-7 vs. Washington Redskins
    • VIII (1974) 24-7 vs. Minnesota Vikings

    T10) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2)

    • XXXVII (2003) 48-21 vs. Oakland Raiders
    • LIV (2021) 31-9 vs. Kansas City Chiefs

    T10) Los Angeles / St. Louis Rams (2)

    • XXXIV (2000) 23-16 vs. Tennessee Titans
    • LVI (2022) 23-20 vs. Cincinnati Bengals

    T16) New York Jets (1)

    • III (1969) 16-7 vs. Baltimore Colts

    T16) New Orleans Saints (1)

    • XLIV (2010) 31-17 vs. Indianapolis Colts

    T16) Chicago Bears (1)

    • XX (1986) 46-10 vs. New England Patriots

    T16) Seattle Seahawks (1)

    • XLVIII (2014) 43-8 vs. Denver Broncos

    T16) Philadelphia Eagles (1)

    • LII (2018) 41-33 vs. New England Patriots

    Who Has the Most Super Bowl Wins?

    The Patriots and Steelers are both tied with six Super Bowl wins. Pittsburgh won four of their six Super Bowls in the 1970s while all of New England’s have come since the turn of the century under the leadership of Bill Belichick and behind the arm of Tom Brady.

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