The Kansas City Chiefs won their second Super Bowl in a row at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nev., Sunday, catapulting them into the top three of NFL teams with the most wins in the competition. At four wins, they now have as many to their name as the New York Giants and the Green Day Packers. At six tries, the Chiefs boast a better participations-to-wins ratio than some other teams with an equal number or more wins, including the San Francisco 49ers and the New England Patriots.
There are still four teams – the Cleveland Browns, the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Detroit Lions and the Houston Texans – which have never played the Super Bowl, and 12 which have never won the game. Jacksonville and Houston only joined the competition in 1995 and 2002, respectively.
The below chart lists the home city of teams by where they won most Super Bowls. Three teams celebrated wins with different names: The Los Angeles Raiders last won the Super Bowl in 1984, but they were also victorious in 1981 and 1977 as the Oakland Raiders. The team returned to the Oakland Raiders name in 1995 and has been called the Las Vegas Raiders since the 2020 season. The Indianapolis Colts won in 2007 under their current name and in 1971 under their old name, the Baltimore Colts. The Los Angeles Rams won in 2022 and in the year 2000 during an intermezzo as the St. Louis Rams.