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An aerial view of Lambeau Field, which hosted Super Bowl LIX on February 2, 2025.


The Super Bowl is an annual conclusion to the National Football League (NFL) postseason. Played like all other postseason games - single round elimination - it determines the champion of the NFL for the season. As of February 6, 2050, the most number of Super Bowls won is nine by the San Francisco 49ers and following them in second are the Pittsburgh Steelers who hold eight. The Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots are tied for third with seven Lombardi trophies each.


Table of Victors, Results and RecordsEdit

Items colored red indicate a NAFC team, whereas blue indicates a CFC team.

Date/Super Bowl Numeric

Victor

Runner-Up

Score

Feb. 2, 2025 / LIX

Philadelphia Eagles

Oakland Raiders

14-3

Feb. 1, 2026 / LX

Detroit Lions

Buffalo Bills

27-10

Feb. 7, 2027 / LXI

Buffalo Bills

Chicago Bears

24-14

Feb. 6, 2028 / LXII

Tennessee Titans

Oakland Raiders

45-27

Feb. 4, 2029 / LXIII

Tennessee Titans

New York Giants

19-16

Feb. 3, 2030 / LXIV

Toronto Condors

Buffalo Bills

28-21

Feb. 2, 2031 / LXV

Kansas City Chiefs

San Francisco 49ers

13-7

Feb. 1, 2032 / LXVI

Arizona Cardinals

Kansas City Chiefs

49-35

Feb. 6, 2033 / LXVII

New England Patriots

Hawaii Islanders

21-17

Feb. 5, 2034 / LXVIII

New Orleans Saints

Pittsburgh Steelers

34-16

Feb. 4, 2035 / LXIX

New Orleans Saints

New England Patriots

24-17

Feb. 3, 2036 / LXX

Baltimore Ravens

Hawaii Islanders

31-16

Feb. 1, 2037 / LXXI

Pittsburgh Steelers

St. Louis Rams

42-41

Feb. 7, 2038 / LXXII

Vancouver Lumberjacks

Washington Redskins

17-10

Feb. 6, 2039 / LXXIII

Washington Redskins

Baltimore Ravens

30-21

Feb. 5, 2040 / LXXIV

Green Bay Packers

Puerto Rico Padres

35-19

Feb. 3, 2041 / LXXV

Puerto Rico Padres

Green Bay Packers

16-14

Feb. 2, 2042 / LXXVI

New England Patriots

Dallas Cowboys

32-14

Feb. 1, 2043 / LXXVII

Green Bay Packers

Jacksonville Jaguars

31-21

Feb. 7, 2044 / LXXVIII

San Francisco 49ers

San Diego Chargers

52-27

Feb. 5, 2045 / LXXIX

San Francisco 49ers

Saskatoon Originals

28-10

Feb. 6, 2046 / LXXX

Saskatoon Originals

Detroit Lions

38-19

Feb. 3, 2047 / LXXXI

Pittsburgh Steelers

Detroit Lions

45-35

Feb. 2, 2048 / LXXXII

Monterrey Aztecs

Indianapolis Colts

21-14

Feb. 7, 2049 / LXXXIII

Jacksonville Jaguars

San Francisco 49ers

40-35

Feb. 6, 2050 / LXXXIV

Atlanta Falcons

Miami Dolphins

28-24


Continuing Additions to the LeagueEdit

It was during this time that the NFL continued its great expansion throughout the world. The London Royals and Paris Revolutionaries marked a huge change in the NFL as they became the first teams to represent Western Europe in the early 2040s. Shortly thereafter, the Minnesota Vikings were moved to Scandinavia and with them also came the Saint Petersburg Snow Leopards, which caused the NFL conferences to be changed to the America-Mexico Football Conference (AMFC) and the Canada-Europe Football Conference (CEFC) in order to evenly divide the teams and include the numerous European teams that followed the ones previously stated, such as the Rome Gladiators and the Madrid Vipers. Also, because of the cultural differences in the use of the word 'football', football became known as 'gridiron', and as a result the NFL became the World Gridiron League, or WGL, and the conferences were known as the AMGC and the CEGC.


Questions or Issues with Information in this Article?Edit

There were many new changes in the NFL that were reflected in this article and the table it included. Please see http://future.wikia.com/wiki/Super_Bowl_Champions,_2000-2025 for answers and/or further reading, for this article is the predecessor to the one you are currently reading.


This article is the second installment of four that detail the Super Bowl champions of the 21st century.