None no coach has every won the superbowl with two different teams
As of Super Bowl XLII, no coach has coached two different teams to Super Bowl victories.
Which head coach has taken his team to the Super Bowl the most times, how many times did he go and which team(s) did he take
Through Super Bowl XLII, there have been five head coaches to coach two different teams to a Super Bowl (Don Shula, Mike Holmgren, Bill Parcells, Dick Vermeil, Dan Reeves) but there has not been a head coach that has won a Super Bowl with two different teams.
No Head Coach Won Super Bowls with 2 different teams, BUT 5 have led 2 different teams to the Super Bowl. Don Shula, Colts & Miami Bill Parcells, Giants & Patriots Dick Vermeil, Eagles & Rams Dan Reeves, Broncos & Falcons Mike Holmgren, Packers & Seahawks
Don Shula was the head coach of the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III and of the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl VI.
Don Shula, who was the head coach of six Super Bowl teams: Baltimore Colts - Super Bowl III Miami Dolphins - Super Bowls VI, VII, VIII, XVII, XIX
Don Shula, who lost Super Bowl III with the Baltimore Colts and Super Bowl VI with the Miami Dolphins.
Through Super Bowl XLIV, as far as head coaches are concerned, no head coach has won Super Bowls with different teams. Five head coaches have coached two different teams into the Super Bowl but neither won with two different teams.1) Don Shula was the head coach the Baltimore Colts that lost Super Bowl III and of the Miami Dolphins that lost Super Bowl VI and won Super Bowls VII and VIII.2) Bill Parcells was the head coach of the New York Giants that won Super Bowls XXI and XXV and the New England Patriots that lost Super Bowl XXXI.3) Mike Holmgren was the head coach of the Green Bay Packers that won Super Bowl XXXI and the Seattle Seahawks that lost Super Bowl XL.4) Dan Reeves was the head coach of the Denver Broncos that lost Super Bowls XXI, XXII, and XXIV and the Atlanta Falcons that lost Super Bowl XXXIII.5) Dick Vermeil was the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles that lost Super Bowl XV and the St. Louis Rams that won Super Bowl XXXIV.