Super Bowl LVI (56)

Monday February 14, 2022 (AUS time)

Super Bowl LVI (Super Bowl 56) took place on Monday February 14th, 2022 (Australian time) at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California between and saw the Los Angels Rams defeat the Cincinnati Bengals 23 – 20 

The Super Bowl is one of the most important sports events in the world and is the annual NFL championship game played on the first Sunday of February in the US known in the States as “Super Bowl Sunday”.

Bringing a supercharged end to the NFL season, Super Bowl was first played in 1967. It was part of the AFL – NFL merger and it is played between the NFL conference champions.

  • The National Football Conference (NFC) has 29 Super Bowl wins – most recently the Los Angeles Rams who defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl 56 for the 2021/22 NFL season 
  • The American Football Conference (AFC) has 26 Super Bowl wins – most recently the Chiefs beating the 49ers in Super Bowl 54 for the 2019/20 NFL season 

The inaugural Super Bowl winners were the Green Bay Packers (NFL) who beat the Kansas City Chiefs (AFL) 35 – 10 in Super Bowl I.

Super Bowl betting is massive and NFL Championship odds are open nearly all year round.

Also hugely popular is the world-famous Super Bowl half-time show and novelty American Football betting markets are sometimes available on what act will entertain the record crowds attending that season’s Super Bowl game.

 
 
 

Super Bowl LVI: Los Angles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23 – 20 

 

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SoFi Stadium was host Super Bowl LVI in February of 2022. Photo Credit: Reddit.

  • Reigning 2022 Super Bowl Champions: Los Angeles Rams (NFC)
  • Edition: Super Bowl 56
  • Date: Monday February 14, 2022 (AUS)
  • Venue: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California 
  • Runners-Up: Cincinnati Bengals (AFC) 
  • Score: Rams 23 – 20 Bengals
  • MVP: Coop Kupp (wide receiver)
  • First Touchdown: Odell Beckham Jr. (Rams)
  • Halftime Show: Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar

Super Bowl LVI took place on Monday February 14, 2022 (AUS time) at the billion dollar SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California and saw the Los Angeles Rams secure NFL Champions for the 2021/22 season at their home stadium. 

The 56th Super Bowl and the 52nd in the modern-era of the NFL, the game was the eighth Super Bowl hosted by the Greater Los Angeles area and the first since Super Bowl XXVII in 1993. It was the first time Inglewood hosted the NFL decider. 

SUPERBOWL LVI PREVIEW

The “visiting” Rams are deserving favourites making their fifth Super Bowl appearance and actually get home advantage as they did in the conference championship match as they chase their second Vince Lobardi Trophy following their victory in 1999’s Super Bowl XXXIV. The LA-based Rams are the second consecutive team to play the Super Bowl in their home stadium following the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who won Super Bowl LV last season at Raymond James Stadium.

For the AFC champions, the Bengals play in the big game for the third time and are yet to be crowned Super Bowl champions. Cincinnati have enjoyed a stellar return to glory after not having won a Playoffs game since the 1990 season and finishing last in the AFC conference the two previous seasons. Incredibly they pulled off an 18-point comeback to claim the AFC title, which was tied with the 2006 Indianapolis Colts for the largest in a conference championship.

For a team that was at 125-1 to make the Super Bowl at the start of the season, the Bengals have genuine claims to score an upset here but in a close fourth-quarter the Rams’ Matthew Stafford should prove the difference!

Super Bowl LVI Tips

Stay tuned for our insider Super Bowl LVI tips ahead of the 2021/22 NFL decider! 

  • Total Points Under 48.5 @ $1.90 –
  • Cincinnati Bengals To Cover The Line (+4) @ $1.90 
  • Anytime Touchdown ScorerMatthew Stafford (Los Angeles Rams) @ $14 
  • QB MarketsMatthew Stafford 3+ Touchdown Passes @ $2.25 

Super Bowl LVI Teams

The American Football Conference champion and National Football Conference champion team, decided at the end of the NFL Playoffs, face off in the Super Bowl each season. Be sure to check out our detailed analysis of each team below as soon as the Super Bowl LVI (56) Teams are decided!

2021/22 NFC Champions: Los Angels Rams

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Current Super Bowl LVI Odds: $1.50 

  • Super Bowl Appearance: 5th 
  • Last Super Bowl Win:  Super Bowl XXXIV (2019/2020) 
  • Head Coach: Sean McVay (36 years old)
  • Quarterback: Matthew Stafford (33 years old) 

2021/22 AFC Champions: Cincinnati Bengals 

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Current Super Bowl LVI Odds: $2.55 

  • Super Bowl Appearance: 3rd 
  • Last Super Bowl Win: N/A 
  • Head Coach: Zac Taylor (38 years old) 
  • Quarterback: Joe Burrow (25 years old) 

*All Super Bowl LVI odds are subject to change 

Super Bowl Betting

As well as the standard head-to-head Super Bowl odds on each team to take out the game there are a host of other top Super Bowl betting markets open on the game ever year.

Key Super Bowl Betting Odds include:

  • First Touchdown Scorer
  • Line / Total Points Double

There are also Super Bowl Scoring Markets including the First Score of the Game and Super Bowl betting on the 1st Half Point Spread plus plenty more open right now.

Super Bowl MVP

Like in most professional sports and the equivalent to the Clive Churchill Medal in the NRL down under, the NFL reward the Most Valued Player (MVP) in the Super Bowl. They receive the MVP trophy and it has been taken out by the likes of Hall of Fame players Bart Starr, Jerry Rice, Joe Mantana and record holder Tom Brady.

Recent Super Bowl MVP Winners

YEAR WINNER TEAM POSITION
2022 COOPER KUPP LOS ANGELES RAMS WIDE RECIEVER
2021 TOM BRADY TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS QUARTERBACK
2020 PATRICK MAHOMES KANSAS CITY CHIEFS QUARTERBACK
2019 JULIAN EDELMAN NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS WIDE RECEIVER
2018 NICK FOLES PHILADELPHIA EAGLES QUARTERBACK
2017 TOM BRADY NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS QUARTERBACK
2016 VON MILLER DENVER BRONCOS LINEBACKER
2015 TOM BRADY NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS QUARTERBACK
2014 MALCOLM SMITH SEATTLE SEAHAWKS LINEBACKER
2013 JOE FLACCO BALTIMORE RAVENS QUARTERBACK
2012 ELI MANNING NEW YORK GIANTS QUARTERBACK
2011 AARON ROGERS GREEN BAY PACKERS QUARTERBACK
2010 DREW BREES NEW ORLEANS SAINTS QUARTERBACK
2009 SANTONIO HOLMES PITTSBURGH STEELERS WIDE RECEIVER
2008 ELI MANNING NEW YORK GIANTS QUARTERBACK
2007 PEYTON MANNING INDIANAPOLIS COLTS QUARTERBACK
2006 HINES WARD PITTSBURGH STEELERS WIDE RECEIVER
2005 DEION BRANCH NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS WIDE RECEIVER

Super Bowl Records

Team Records

  • Most Super Bowl Wins: Pittsburgh Steelers (6), New England Patriots (6)
  • Most Consecutive Super Bowl Wins: Green Bay Packers (2), Miami Dolphins (2), Pittsburgh Steelers (2 twice), San Francisco 49ers (2), Dallas Cowboys (2), Denver Broncos (2), New England Patriots (2)
  • Most Super Bowl Appearances: New England Patriots (11)
  • Most Consecutive Super Bowl Appearances: Buffalo Bills (4)
  • Most Super Bowl Losses: Denver Broncos (5)
  • Most Consecutive Super Bowl Losses: Buffalo Bills (4)

Single Team Scoring Records

  • Most Super Bowl Points Scored in a Game: San Francisco (55) vs Denver (Super Bowl XXIV)
    Super Bowl Winners Odds

    The Pittsburgh Steelers boast the most Super Bowl wins of any NFL team along with the New England Patriots. Photo Credit: USA Today Sports.

  • Largest Super Bowl Winning Margin: San Francisco 49ers (45 points) vs Denver (55-10 in Super Bowl XXIV)
  • Smallest Super Bowl Winning Margin: New York Giants (1 point) vs Buffalo (20-19 in Super Bowl XXV)

Both Teams Scoring Records

  • Most Super Bowl Points Scored in a Game: 75 points – San Francisco (49) vs San Diego (26) in Super Bowl XXIX
  • Fewest Super Bowl Points Scored in a Game: 21 points – Miami (14) vs Washington (7) in Super Bowl VII

Single Team Touchdown Records

  • Most Super Bowl Touchdowns in a Game: San Francisco (8) vs Denver (in Super Bowl XXIV)
  • Fewest Super Bowl Touchdowns in a Game: Miami (0) vs Dallas in Super Bowl VI

Both Teams Touchdown Records

  • Most Super Bowl Touchdowns in a Game: 10 Touchdowns – San Francisco (7) vs San Diego (3) in Super Bowl XXIX
  • Fewest Super Bowl Touchdowns in a Game: 2 Touchdowns – New York Jets (1) vs Baltimore Colts (1) in Super Bowl III

Player Records

  • Most Super Bowl MVPs: Tom Brady (5), 4 with New England and 1 with Tampa Bay
  • Most Super Bowl Winning Games: Tom Brady (7), 6 for New England and 1 for Tampa Bay
  • Oldest Super Bowl Player: Matt Stover (42 years) for Indianapolis in Super Bowl XLIV
  • Youngest Super Bowl Player: Bryan Bulaga (21 years) for Green Bay in Super Bowl XLV
  • Most Super Bowl Wins by a Quarterback: Tom Brady (7)

Past Super Bowl Championship Winners

The first Super Bowl Champions were the Green Bay Packers in 1967 who defended their title the following year also taking out Super Bowl II. They would have to wait until 1997 to enjoy a third Super Bowl Championship, losing to the Denver Broncos the following year in Super Bowl XXXI. The Packers posted a fourth NFL Championship win in 2011 defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The reigning Super Bowl Champions are the Los Angeles Rams who defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl 56 (2022). 

Year Super Bowl No. Champions Runners-Up Score City
2022 LVI Los Angeles Rams Cincinnati Bengals 23 – 20 Inglewood, California
2021 LV Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kansas City Chiefs 21 – 9  Tampa, Florida 
2020 LIV Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers 31 – 20 Miami, Florida
2019 LIII New England Patriots Los Angeles Rams 13-3 Atlanta, Georgia
2018 LII Philadelphia Eagles New England Patriots 41-33 Minneapolis, Minnesota
2017 LI New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons 34-28 Houston, Texas
2016 L Denver Broncos Carolina Panthers 24-10 Santa Clara, California
2015 XLIX New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks 28-24 Arizona
2014 XLVIII Seattle Seahawks Denver Broncos 43-8 New Jersey
2013 XLVII Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers 34-31 New Orleans
2012 XLVI New York Giants New England Patriots 21-17 Indianapolis
2011 XLV Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 Texas
2010 XLIV New Orleans Saints Indianapolis Colts 31–17 Miami
2009 XLIII Pittsburgh Steelers Arizona Cardinals 27-23 Tampa
2008 XLII New York Giants New England Patriots 17-14 Arizona
2007 XLI Indianapolis Colts Chicago Bears 29-17 Miami
2006 XL Pittsburgh Seattle 21-10 Detroit
2005 XXXIX New England Philadelphia 24-21 Jacksonville
2004 XXXVIII New England Carolina 32-29 Houston
2003 XXXVII Tampa Bay Oakland 48-21 San Diego
2002 XXXVI New England St Louis 20-17 N Orleans
2001 XXXV Baltimore NY Giants 34-7 Tampa
2000 XXXIV St Louis Tennessee 23-16 Atlanta
1999 XXXIII Denver Atlanta 34-19 Miami
1998 XXXII Denver Green Bay 31-24 San Diego
1997 XXXI Green Bay New England 35-21 N Orleans
1996 XXX Dallas Pittsburgh 27-17 Tempe
1995 XXIX San Francisco San Diego 49-26 Miami
1994 XXVIII Dallas Buffalo 30-13 Atlanta
1993 XXVII Dallas Buffalo 52-17 Pasadena
1992 XXVI Washington Buffalo 37-24 Minneapolis
1991 XXV NY Giants Buffalo 20-19 Tampa
1990 XXIV San Francisco Denver 55-10 N Orleans
1989 XXIII San Francisco Cincinnati 20-16 Miami
1988 XXII Washington Denver 42-10 San Diego
1987 XXI NY Giants Denver 39-20 Pasadena
1986 XX Chicago New England 46-10 N Orleans
1985 XIX San Francisco Miami 38-16 Stanford
1984 XVIII LA Raiders Washington 38-9 Tampa
1983 XVII Washington Miami 27-17 Pasadena
1982 XVI San Francisco Cincinnati 26-21 Pontiac
1981 XV Oakland Philadelphia 27-10 N Orleans
1980 XIV Pittsburgh LA Rams 31-19 Pasadena
1979 XIII Pittsburgh Dallas 35-31 Miami
1978 XII Dallas Denver 27-10 N Orleans
1977 XI Oakland Minnesota 32-14 Pasadena
1976 X Pittsburgh Dallas 21-17 Miami
1975 IX Pittsburgh Minnesota 16-6 New Orleans
1974 VIII Miami Minnesota 24-7 Houston
1973 VII Miami Washington 14-7 Los Angeles
1972 VI Dallas Miami 24-3 N Orleans
1971 V Baltimore Dallas 16-13 Miami
1970 IV Kansas City Minnesota 23-7 N Orleans
1969 III NY Jets Baltimore 16-7 Miami
1968 II Green Bay Oakland 33-14 Miami
1967 I Green Bay Kansas City 35-10 Los Angeles