Super Bowl History: Most Super Bowls Won

 

Since getting its start in 1967, the Super Bowl has featured the Cowboys, Steelers & 49ers winning the most titles.

 

Super Bowl: Handful of Rings

With five rings apiece, the Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, and San Francisco 49ers lead the NFL pack when it comes to which team has won the most Super Bowl games. Super Bowl tickets featured the Pittsburgh Steelers reigning over the 1970s, winning four titles in the decade. The San Francisco 49ers took control in the 1980s, winning four championships as well. The Dallas Cowboys were the kings of the 1990s, thrice winning Super Bowl gold.

 

Super Bowl: Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers ruled the 1970s with four Super Bowl wins within the decade. During the 1974 NFL season, the Pittsburgh Steelers topped the Minnesota Vikings in a low-scoring 16-6 affair. The following season, fans with Super Bowl 10 tickets saw the Pittsburgh Steelers return to the Big Dance. In stunning come-from-behind fashion, the Pittsburgh Steelers stole a close Super Bowl win from the Dallas Cowboys.

 

In the 1978 NFL season, the two teams would meet again for Super Bowl 13. Both teams were in the hunt to be the first team to win three Super Bowl titles, but it was the Steelers who wrote their name in the history books, defeating the Cowboys in another close one 34-31. Super Bowl 14 tickets featured the Pittsburgh Steelers charging past the Los Angeles Rams to become the first team to win four Super Bowls. The Pittsburgh Steelers' reign over the '70s would come to an end as the Steel City boys would not win another Super Bowl title until the 2005 NFL season.

 

Super Bowl: San Francisco 49ers

With quarterback Joe Montana leading the way, the San Francisco 49ers ruled the 1980s with four Super Bowl titles (1981, 1984, 1988, and 1999). In a hard-fought Super Bowl 16, the San Francisco 49ers finally tamed the Cincinnati Bengals, winning 26-21 for their first Super Bowl title in team history. Super Bowl 19 ticketholders watched the San Francisco 49ers' top-ranked defense trump the Miami Dolphins' top-ranked offense 38-16.

 

In Super Bowl 23, the San Francisco 49ers and Cincinnati Bengals would meet again in a tight match that saw the Niners prevail 20-16. The following season, the San Francisco 49ers pulled off back-to-back Super Bowl wins by obliterating the Denver Broncos in a lopsided 55-10 victory. During the 1994 NFL season, Super Bowl 29 tickets featured the heavily favored San Francisco 49ers defeat the San Diego Chargers 49-26 for their fifth Super Bowl title.

 

Super Bowl: Dallas Cowboys

After losing a close one in Super Bowl 5, the Dallas Cowboys bounced back in the 1971 NFL season, notching a trip to Super Bowl 6. This time, Super Bowl ticketholders saw the Dallas Cowboys defeat the Miami Dolphins to take home their first championship in franchise history. The Dallas Cowboys returned to the Super Bowl in the 1975 season, but it wouldn't be until the 1977 season that the Dallas Cowboys would once again win it all. Fans with Super Bowl 12 tickets watched the Cowboys oust the Denver Broncos 27-10 for the Super Bowl win.

 

The Dallas Cowboys became "America's Team" in the 1990s thanks to Super Bowl wins in the 1992, 1993, and 1995 NFL seasons. Super Bowl 27 tickets featured the Dallas Cowboys pounding the Buffalo Bills in convincing fashion 52-17. The two teams would meet for a rematch in 1993 during Super Bowl 28, but once again the Buffalo Bills - armed with a much-improved defense - would falter and lose by 17 points. The Dallas Cowboys' last Super Bowl win was in 1995 when the team defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 in Super Bowl 30.

Super Bowl: New York Giants

Winning the Super Bowl in 1986 and 1990, the New York Giants returned to NFL Championship glory in the 2007 NFL season. Fans with Super Bowl tickets saw the Wild Card New York Giants coming up big to win their third Super Bowl title in franchise history. This season, the NY Giants are Super Bowl favorites and have a very real chance of notching back-to-back titles to join elite company - the Steelers, Cowboys, and 49ers - with at least four Super Bowl victories.

 

Super Bowl: 2009 Season

On Sunday, February 1, 2009, Super Bowl 43 will kick off inside Tampa, Florida's Raymond James Stadium. As usual, Super Bowl tickets are in high demand. The reigning champion New York Giants are a favorite to win it all, but the Super Bowl Championship is definitely up for grabs this season. Find out if the New York Giants can move one step closer to making history when you order premium Super Bowl 43 tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!

 

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