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The 2020 Super Bowl is headed to Miami, marking a record 11th time that South Florida has played host to the sport’s biggest game.
In honor of the Super Bowl returning to its longtime home, we’re recapping EVERY edition that has kicked off from Miami.
1968 Super Bowl
Green Bay Packers 33, Oakland Raiders 14
When: January 14, 1968
Venue: Orange Bowl
MVP: Bart Starr — 202 passing yards, one touchdown
Did you know: This was the Packers second consecutive Super Bowl victory after winning the inaugural game the year prior. The franchise wouldn’t go on to win another title until 1996 behind Brett Favre.
1969 Super Bowl
New York Jets 16, Baltimore Colts 7
When: January 12, 1969
MVP: Joe Namath — 206 passing yards
Did you know: This is the final time that the Super Bowl was played at the same location in back-to-back seasons.
1971 Super Bowl
Baltimore Colts 16, Dallas Cowboys 13
When: January 17, 1971
MVP: Chuck Howley — Two interceptions
Did you know: Chuck Howley was the first defensive player, and non-quarterback, to win Super Bowl MVP.
1976 Super Bowl
Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Dallas Cowboys 17
When: January 18, 1976
MVP: Lynn Swann — Four catches, 161 yards and one touchdown
Did you know: Swann recorded 364 receiving yards over his four career Super Bowl wins, the second most receiving yards in the game’s history.
1979 Super Bowl
Pittsburgh Steelers 35, Dallas Cowboys 31
When: January 21, 1979
MVP: Terry Bradshaw — 318 passing yards, four touchdowns
Did you know: Dallas became the first team to lose a Super Bowl after scoring over 30 points.
1989 Super Bowl
San Francisco 49ers, Cincinnati Bengals 16
When: January 22, 1989
Venue: Joe Robbie Stadium (Current Hard Rock Stadium)
MVP: Jerry Rice — 11 catches for 215 yards and one touchdown
Did you know: Jerry Rice’s 215 receiving yards in the 1989 Super Bowl is an all-time record in Super Bowl history.
1995 Super Bowl
San Francisco 49ers 49, San Diego Chargers 26
When: January 29, 1995
MVP: Steve Young — 325 passing yards and six touchdowns
Did you know: Young’s six touchdown passes in a single Super Bowl is the most all-time.
1999 Super Bowl
Denver Broncos 34, Atlanta Falcons 19
When: January 31, 1999
Venue: Pro Player Stadium (Current Hard Rock Stadium)
MVP: John Elway — 336 passing yards and one touchdown
Did you know: At 38-years old, Elway became the oldest player to win Super Bowl MVP. Since then, Tom Brady (39) has taken this record.
2007 Super Bowl
Indianapolis Colts 29, Chicago Bears 17
When: February 4, 2007
Venue: Dolphin Stadium (Current Hard Rock Stadium)
MVP: Peyton Manning — 247 passing yards and one touchdown
Did you know: Both Lovie Smith and Tony Dungy became the first African-American head coaches in Super Bowl history. With the win, Dungy became the first African-American head coach to lift the Lombardi Trophy.
2010 Super Bowl
New Orleans Saints 31, Indianapolis Colts 17
When: February 7, 2010
Venue: Sun Life Stadium (Current Hard Rock Stadium)
MVP: Drew Brees — 288 passing yards and two touchdowns
Did you know: New Orleans’ onside kick was the first successful onside kick outside of the fourth quarter in Super Bowl history.
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