NFL: Teams with the Most Super Bowl Appearances

The Pittsburgh Steelers And Dallas Cowboys Still Have The Most Super Bowl Appearances

The Pittsburgh Steelers And Dallas Cowboys Still Have The Most Super Bowl Appearances

Peyton Manning has secured the Denver Broncos‘ seventh Super Bowl appearance (and his third), warding off Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in today’s AFC Championship game, 26-10.

Had New England won, the Patriots would have tied the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys as the teams with the most Super Bowl appearances: eight.

The Seattle Seahawks snagged their second Super Bowl appearance Sunday in what turned out to be the more exciting of the two Conference Championship games. They held off the San Francisco 49ers, 23-17.

Here are all 32 NFL teams, ranked by number of Super Bowl appearances. Four teams have never gone, and almost half – 14 – have never won.

For more, and a unique perspective, check out Super Bowl Records of Every NFL Team By Wins, Percentage and Division.

UPDATED LIST: Through Super Bowl XLVIII (Feb. 2, 2014). The Seahawks’ and Broncos’ Super Bowl records have been updated accordingly.

TEAM SUPER BOWL APPEARANCES W L
Pittsburgh Steelers 8 6 2
Dallas Cowboys 8 5 3
New England Patriots 7 3 4
Denver Broncos 7 2 5
San Francisco 49ers 6 5 1
New York Giants 5 4 1
Green Bay Packers 5 4 1
Washington Redskins 5 3 2
Oakland Raiders (incl L.A.) 5 3 2
Miami Dolphins 5 2 3
Indianapolis Colts (incl Balt.) 4 2 2
Minnesota Vikings 4 0 4
Buffalo Bills 4 0 4
St. Louis Rams (incl L.A.) 3 1 2
Baltimore Ravens 2 2 0
Chicago Bears 2 1 1
Kansas City Chiefs 2 1 1
Seattle Seahawks 2 1 1
Philadelphia Eagles 2 0 2
Cincinnati Bengals 2 0 2
New Orleans Saints 1 1 0
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 1 0
New York Jets 1 1 0
Tennessee Titans 1 0 1
Arizona Cardinals 1 0 1
Atlanta Falcons 1 0 1
Carolina Panthers 1 0 1
San Diego Chargers 1 0 1
Cleveland Browns 0 0 0
Houston Texans 0 0 0
Jacksonville Jaguars 0 0 0
Detroit Lions 0 0 0

Photos: personal.psu.edu / hdw.eweb4.com

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