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List of Super Bowl Scores

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This is a plain text List of Super Bowl Scores in chronological order starting with the first ever Super Bowl game. Super Bowl I was played on January 15, 1967 and pitted the Green Bay Packers against the Kansas City Chiefs with the Packers taking home the victory in a 35-10 blowout. The following year, the Packer’s would win yet again by defeating the Oakland Raiders 33-14.

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List of Super Bowl Scores in Chronological Order

Below is the simple, clean list with the score of the winning team first and the losing team second, presented in tabular form. Fun fact, Super Bowl 50 did not use the Roman Numeral because the Roman Numeral for “50” is an L, as in Loser.

Game Higher Score (winner) Lower score (loser) Score
I Green Bay Packers Kansas City Chiefs 35–10
II Green Bay Packers Oakland Raiders 33–14
III New York Jets Baltimore Colts 16–7
IV Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings 23–7
V Baltimore Colts Dallas Cowboys 16–13
VI Dallas Cowboys Miami Dolphins 24–3
VII Miami Dolphins Washington Redskins 14–7
VIII Miami Dolphins Minnesota Vikings 24–7
IX Pittsburgh Steelers Minnesota Vikings 16–6
X Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys 21–17
XI Oakland Raiders Minnesota Vikings 32–14
XII Dallas Cowboys Denver Broncos 27–10
XIII Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys 35–31
XIV Pittsburgh Steelers Los Angeles Rams 31–19
XV Oakland Raiders Philadelphia Eagles 27–10
XVI San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals 26–21
XVII Washington Redskins Miami Dolphins 27–17
XVIII Los Angeles Raiders Washington Redskins 38–9
XIX San Francisco 49ers Miami Dolphins 38–16
XX Chicago Bears New England Patriots 46–10
XXI New York Giants Denver Broncos 39–20
XXII Washington Redskins Denver Broncos 42–10
XXIII San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals 20–16
XXIV San Francisco 49ers Denver Broncos 55–10
XXV New York Giants Buffalo Bills 20–19
XXVI Washington Redskins Buffalo Bills 37–24
XXVII Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills 52–17
XXVIII Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills 30–13
XXIX San Francisco 49ers San Diego Chargers 49–26
XXX Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers 27–17
XXXI Green Bay Packers New England Patriots 35–21
XXXII Denver Broncos Green Bay Packers 31–24
XXXIII Denver Broncos Atlanta Falcons 34–19
XXXIV St. Louis Rams Tennessee Titans 23–16
XXXV Baltimore Ravens New York Giants 34–7
XXXVI New England Patriots St. Louis Rams 20–17
XXXVII Tampa Bay Buccaneers Oakland Raiders 48–21
XXXVIII New England Patriots Carolina Panthers 32–29
XXXIX New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles 24–21
XL Pittsburgh Steelers Seattle Seahawks 21–10
XLI Indianapolis Colts Chicago Bears 29–17
XLII New York Giants New England Patriots 17–14
XLIII Pittsburgh Steelers Arizona Cardinals 27–23
XLIV New Orleans Saints Indianapolis Colts 31–17
XLV Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers 31–25
XLVI New York Giants New England Patriots 21–17
XLVII Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers 34–31
XLVIII Seattle Seahawks Denver Broncos 43–8
XLIX New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks 28–24
50 Denver Broncos Carolina Panthers 24–10
LI New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons 34–28 (OT)
LII Philadelphia Eagles New England Patriots 41–33
LIII New England Patriots Los Angeles Rams 13–3
LIV Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers 31–20

Most Points Scored in the Super Bowl

The highest score ever made in the Super Bowl came in Super Bowl XXIV that was played between the 49ers and the Denver Broncos, with the 49ers taking home the victory. How many points did they score: 55 points all of which coming in regulation. The game was played on January 28, 1990.

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