Which NFL team has the most Super Bowl wins? The answer is a tie between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots. However, the pair each have six wins, which isn’t dramatically more than the rest of the top 10. Meanwhile in Major League Baseball, the New York Yankees have 27 rings and the second-best team has 11 (the St. Louis Cardinals).

Because of this congestion at the top, let’s examine the rest of the teams with the 10 most Super Bowl titles in NFL history.

What are the most Super Bowls won in a row by a team?

The most Super Bowls won in a row is two, which has happened on multiple occasions. However, the Dallas Cowboys did win three titles in four years in the 1990s.

NFL Teams with the most Super Bowl wins in history

  1. Washington Commanders, 1982, 1987, 1991

Number of wins: 3

The Washington Commanders slot in at the 10-spot on our list of teams with the most Super Bowl wins with three victories (and two defeats losing the tiebreaker with the two franchises directly above them). Here’s an interesting nugget -- Washington won all three Super Bowls with different starting quarterbacks:

  • Super Bowl XVII: QB Joe Theismann guided Washington to a 27-17 victory over Miami. RB John Riggins took home MVP honors
  • Super Bowl XXII: QB Doug Williams led Washington to a 42-10 rout of Denver -- Williams was only named the starter after a mid-season injury to starting QB Mark Rypien
  • Super Bowl XXVI: This time, QB Mark Rypien got his chance. He won MVP in a comfortable 37-24 takedown of the Buffalo Bills
  1. Las Vegas Raiders: 1976, 1980, 1983

Number of wins: 3

Both the Washington Commanders and the Las Vegas Raiders have three Super Bowl victories and two defeats -- Vegas comes out on top with more points scored (whoops). However, all of the Raiders’ titles were won while the franchise was in California -- two in Oakland and one in Los Angeles.

There was controversy for the first two Super Bowl MVP awards: WR Fred Bilitnekoff won in 1976 with just 79 receiving yards, and QB Jim Plunkett took home the honors in 1980 despite LB Rod Martin intercepting three passes. There was no doubt in 1983: RB Marcus Allen romped to the award on the back of 191 rushing yards and two scores.

  1. Denver Broncos: 1997, 1998, 2015

Number of wins: 3

For a long time, it seemed like the Denver Broncos were never going to win the big game. A loss with QB Craig Morton in the 1970s seemed benign, but star QB John Elway was blown out in three Super Bowls in the late 1980s.

Enter star RB Terrell Davis. The Broncos marched back to the Super Bowl in each of Elway's last two NFL seasons (1997 and 1998) with a strong running game -- Davis eclipsed 100 rushing yards in both contests. TD was an absolute force in the Super Bowl XXXII victory over the Green Bay Packers, rushing for 157 yards and three touchdowns.

In Super Bowl 50, a dominant defense guided an aging QB Peyton Manning to the title in his final NFL season. Poetic.

  1. New York Giants: 1986, 1990, 2007, 2011

Number of wins: 4

The Giants' first Super Bowl victory did not even remotely resemble their most recent three. New York routed Denver 39-20 in Super Bowl XXI in a game where the offense ran the show: QB Phil Simms went 22/25 with 268 yards and three scores to take home MVP honors.

The other three were nail-biters:

  • Super Bowl XXV: Bills K Scott Norwood’s missed kick as time expired gave the Giants the win (“wide right”)
  • Super Bowl XLII: WR David Tyree’s remarkable catch propelled the Giants on a game-winning touchdown drive against the previously undefeated New England Patriots
  • Super Bowl XLVI: The 9-7 Giants ousted the 13-3 Patriots thanks to a late, toe-tap catch by WR Mario Manningham to win 21-17

They sit in this spot thanks to five total SB appearances.

  1. Green Bay Packers: 1966, 1967, 1996, 2010

Number of wins: 4

If anything, Green Bay’s four total Super Bowl victories is a disappointment: The team won Super Bowls I and II with the help of legendary coach Vince Lombardi and Hall of Fame QB Bart Starr…and has won just two in the subsequent 40+ years.

This is despite having 15+ seasons of both Hall of Fame QB Brett Favre and QB Aaron Rodgers. The former reached the big game just twice, though he performed brilliantly to propel the Packers to victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI.

Rodgers went on a superhero run in the 2010 playoffs, leading the Packers to three straight road victories before capturing MVP honors in Super Bowl XLV. He would reach four further NFC Championship games but failed to win any of them.

  1. Kansas City Chiefs: 1969, 2019, 2022, 2023

Number of wins: 4

The Kansas City Chiefs look destined to climb higher up this list in the near future. Why? A certain  QB named Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes has played in six full NFL seasons:

  • 2018: Overtime loss to the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game
  • 2019: Comeback Super Bowl XLIV victory over the 49ers
  • 2020: Super Bowl defeat to QB Tom Brady and the Buccaneers
  • 2021: Overtime loss to the Bengals in the AFC Championship Game
  • 2022: Game-winning drive to clinch a Super Bowl LVII victory against the Eagles
  • 2023: Overtime Super Bowl LVIII victory over the 49ers

Oh, and QB Len Dawson led the Chiefs to victory in Super Bowl IV over the Minnesota Vikings.

  1. Dallas Cowboys: 1971, 1977, 1992, 1993, 1995

Number of wins: 5

NFL fans regularly accuse Cowboys fans of living in the 1990s -- can you really blame them?

  • Super Bowl XXVII: QB Troy Aikman threw four touchdowns to kick off the dynasty with a 52-17 win over the Bills
  • Super Bowl XXVIII: This time it was RB Emmitt Smith’s turn to steal the show, plowing for 132 yards and two scores as Dallas bested Buffalo again
  • Super Bowl XXX: CB Larry Brown became the first cornerback to win Super Bowl MVP thanks to two clutch interceptions

A coach in the hat -- Tom Landy -- guided QB Roger Staubach and company to two titles in the 1970s, too.

  1. San Francisco 49ers: 1981, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1994

Number of wins: 5

Remarkably, the San Francisco 49ers haven’t won a Super Bowl in 30 years -- not since QB Steve Young threw an NFL-record six touchdown passes in an MVP performance to beat the San Diego Chargers in Super Bowl XXIX.

A guy named QB Joe Montana started and won the first four, winning MVP honors in three of them (XVI, XIX, XXIV). Despite throwing for 357 yards and two touchdowns in a 20-16 win against the Bengals in Super Bowl XXIII, he didn’t take home MVP honors --- WR Jerry Rice did with 215 receiving yards.

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers: 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 2005, 2009

Number of wins: 6

Despite what Cowboys fans may claim, the Pittsburgh Steelers were the team of the 1970s. They captured four Super Bowls in six seasons from 1974-1978 thanks in part of a slew of future Hall of Famers:

QB Terry Bradshaw

RB/FB Franco Harris

WR John Stallworth

WR Lynn Swann

DT Mean Joe Greene

LB Jack Ham

LB Jack Lambert

CB Mel Blount

S Donnie Shell

HC Chuck Noll

Coaches Bill Cowher and Mike Tomlin got one apiece in the 21st century, both with QB Ben Roethlisberger.

  1. New England Patriots: 2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2018

Number of wins: 6

The New England Patriots are tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most titles in Super Bowl history with six -- the Pats take the top spot on this list thanks to their 11 total appearances versus Pittsburgh’s eight.

What's most remarkable about QB Tom Brady and HC Bill Belichick’s six Super Bowl rings is the 10-year gap between title #3 and #4 -- a heartbreaking loss to the Giants in Super Bowl XLII to end the undefeated season particularly hurts.

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