As of Super Bowl XLII, that would be John Elway who was named MVP of Super Bowl XXXIII at the age of 38.
John Elway at 38 years of age.
John Elway retired after Super Bowl XXXIII at the age of 38.
john elway at age 38 oldest qb to even make it was rich gannnon at age 40 and in case you were wondering warner is 37 so no new record if they win tomorrow and youngest superbowl victor is Ben Roethlisberger when he was age 23 in 2006
Through Super Bowl XLII, eight years for John Elway of the Denver Broncos. Elway was the Broncos' starting QB for Super Bowl XXIV on January 28, 1990 and his next Super Bowl appearance was January 25, 1998 in Super Bowl XXXII. If the Cardinals defeat the Eagles in the 2008 NFL championship game, Kurt Warner will have gone nine years between Super Bowl starts, from January 30, 2000 in Super Bowl XXXIV to February 1, 2009 in Super Bowl XLIII.
John Unitas retired after the 1973 season at the age of 40 (born May 7, 1933).
Super Bowl starting QBs for the winning team through Super Bowl XLII: 1) Bart Starr, Green Bay Packers - Super Bowl I (33) and Super Bowl II (34). 2) Len Dawson, Kansas City Chiefs - Super Bowl IV (34). 3) John Unitas, Baltimore Colts - Super Bowl V (37). Earl Morrall finished the game, coming in after Unitas' injury. He was 36. 4) Roger Staubach, Dallas Cowboys - Super Bowl XII (35). 5) Jim Plunkett, Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders - Super Bowl XV (33) and Super Bowl XVIII (36). 6) Joe Theismann, Washington Redskins - Super Bowl XVII (33). 7) Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers - Super Bowl XXIV (33). 8) Steve Young, San Francisco 49ers - Super Bowl XXIX (33). 9) John Elway, Denver Broncos - Super Bowl XXXII (37) and Super Bowl XXXIII (38).
Through Super Bowl XLIII, there have been 26 starting QBs in the Super Bowl "after age 32": 1) Super Bowl I - Bart Starr, Green Bay Packers - 33 years old. 2) Super Bowl II - Bart Starr, Green Bay Packers - 34. 3) Super Bowl III - Earl Morrill, Baltimore Colts - 34. 4) Super Bowl IV - Len Dawson, Kansas City Chiefs, 34. 5) Super Bowl V - John Unitas, Baltimore Colts, 37. 6) Super Bowl VII - Bill Kilmer, Washington Redskins, 33. 7) Super Bowl VIII - Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota Vikings, 33. 8) Super Bowl VIII - Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota Vikings, 34. 9) Super Bowl X - Roger Staubach, Dallas Cowboys, 33. 10) Super Bowl XI - Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota Vikings, 36. 11) Super Bowl XII - Roger Staubach, Dallas Cowboys, 35 and Craig Morton, Denver Broncos, 34. 12) Super Bowl XIII - Roger Staubach, Dallas Cowboys, 36. 13) Super Bowl XV - Jim Plunkett, Oakland Raiders, 33. 14) Super Bowl XVII - Joe Theismann, Washington Redskins, 33. 15) Super Bowl XVIII - Jim Plunkett, Los Angeles Raiders, 36 and Joe Theismann, Washington Redskins, 34. 16) Super Bowl XXIV - Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers, 33. 17) Super Bowl XXVIII - Jim Kelly, Buffalo Bills, 33. 18) Super Bowl XXIX - Steve Young, San Francisco 49ers, 33. 19) Super Bowl XXXII - John Elway, Denver Broncos, 37. 20) Super Bowl XXXIII - John Elway, Denver Broncos, 38 and Chris Chandler, Atlanta Falcons, 33. 21) Super Bowl XXXVII - Brad Johnson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 34 and Rich Gannon, Oakland Raiders, 37. 22) Super Bowl XLIII - Kurt Warner, Arizona Cardinals, 37
Tom Coughlin age 65 in Super Bowl XLVI
Dick Vermeil of the Rams who won Super Bowl XXXIV at the age of 63.
42 years of age, Kicker Matt Stover is the oldest player to ever play in a Super bowl.