Super Bowl LIII (53) was played on Monday February 4, 2019. The New England Patriots won 13-3 over the Los Angeles Rams.
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 27 Super Bowl wins – most recently the Philadelphia Eagles upsetting the Patriots in Super Bowl 52.
- The American Football Conference (AFC) has 25 Super Bowl wins – most recently the Patriots beating the Rams in Super Bowl 53.
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 LIII: Los Angeles Rams vs. New England Patriots
- Reigning Super Bowl Champions: New England Patriots
- Score: New England Patriots (13) vs Los Angeles Rams (3)
- Edition: Super Bowl 53
- MVP: Julian Edelman
- First Touchdown: Sony Michel
- Date: February 4, 2019 (AUS)
- Venue: Mercedes Benz Stadium, Atlanta Georgia.
- Teams: Los Angeles Rams vs. New England Patriots
- Halftime Show: Maroon 5
The 2019 edition of the Super Bowl was the 53rd running of the NFL championship game. For this reason the 2018/19 NFL Super Bowl was known as Super Bowl 53 or Super Bowl LII.
Atlanta hosted their third Super Bowl and their first since Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000.
Super Bowl 53 Tips
Head to Head: Patriots to Cover The Line (-2.5 Points) @ $1.95
MVP: Tom Brady @ $2.00
First Touchdown Scorer: Rex Burkhead @ $13.00
Anytime Touchdown Scorer: Todd Gurley @ $1.62, James White @ $2.00, Gerald Everett @ $4.50
Super Bowl 53 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.
Los Angeles Rams: Coached by one of the most intuitive and created minds in the game, Sean McVay’s side have revolutionized the offensive side of football. The Rams ranked second in the league in points scored and second in rushing touchdowns, mainly thanks to the efforts of superstar running back Todd Gurley. On the defensive side of the ball, Los Angeles are also headlined by two star playmakers – Aaron Donald and Marcus Peters. That’s all without mentioning Jared Goff, who continues to make strides as one of the top starting quarterbacks in the red zone. The Patriots may have experience on their side, but the Rams are by far the more talented team of the two.
New England Patriots: For the fourth time in the last five-years, Tom Brady has led the Patriots back to the promise land. This could be New England’s last hurrah should Brady and head coach Bill Belichick win a sixth Lombardi Trophy, but can the defence hold up? The Patriots’ secondary has been a question mark all season, but with Brady still finding a way to pinpoint Julian Edelman and Rob Gronkowski on attack, don’t go backing against the Patriots. New England’s running game, led by Sony Michel and the ever-reliable James White, also gives this team an X-factor they haven’t had in years.
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
|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
- 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)
- 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
- Most Super Bowl MVPs: Tom Brady (4) for New England
- Most Super Bowl Winning Games: Tom Brady (6) for New England, Charles Haley (5) for San Francisco
- 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 (6)
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 current Super Bowl Champions are the New England Patriots who won Super Bowl LI over the Atlanta Falcons, their second Super Bowl success in three years after a 2015 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.
|Year||Super Bowl No.||Champions||Runners-Up||Score||City|
|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|
|2003||XXXVII||Tampa Bay||Oakland||48-21||San Diego|
|2002||XXXVI||New England||St Louis||20-17||N Orleans|
|1998||XXXII||Denver||Green Bay||31-24||San Diego|
|1997||XXXI||Green Bay||New England||35-21||N Orleans|
|1995||XXIX||San Francisco||San Diego||49-26||Miami|
|1990||XXIV||San Francisco||Denver||55-10||N Orleans|
|1986||XX||Chicago||New England||46-10||N Orleans|
|1970||IV||Kansas City||Minnesota||23-7||N Orleans|
|1967||I||Green Bay||Kansas City||35-10||Los Angeles|