Of the first 44 Super Bowls, 21 have been won by an AFC team and 23 by a NFC team.
The Steelers lost Super Bowl XXX to the Cowboys.
Of the 43 Super Bowls that have been played, AFC teams have won 21 of those games.
As of 2018 (Super Bowl 52), AFC teams had won 23 of the 48 NFC-AFC games. For the first 4 Super Bowls, the NFL won 2 and the AFL won 2.
The Colts were a member of the NFL when they played in Super Bowl III and a member of the AFC when they played in Super Bowls V and XLI.
nfc has one more super bowls than afc
No team has ever played in the Super Bowl as an AFC team and NFC team, however ... The AFL-NFL merger took place prior to the 1970 season. At the time, there were 10 teams in the AFL and 16 teams in the NFL. To make an even number of teams in each new conference (AFC and NFC) three teams that played in the NFL and would have become NFC teams became members of the AFC. These teams were the Baltimore Colts, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Cleveland Browns. Four Super Bowls, then known as the AFL-NFL Championship Game, had been played prior to the merger. The Baltimore Colts represented the NFL in Super Bowl III and then in Super Bowl V, the first Super Bowl after the merger, they represented the AFC. So, the Baltimore Colts played in Super Bowls as an NFL team and an AFC team.
The Denver Broncos
no the super bowl must be an AFC team against an NFC team
19 after the AFL and the NFL merged. But 21 in all.
The NFC has won more super bowl than the AFC (25-21).
The NFC. Since Super Bowl XLII the NFC has 20 Super Bowl wins and the AFC has 18.
Home field advantage in the Super Bowl alternates yearly between the NFC and AFC. In odd number Super Bowls, the NFC is the designated home team and in even number Super Bowls, the AFC is the designated home team. The designated home team gets to choose whether they want to wear their color jerseys or white jerseys. Examples: Super Bowl XLII Patriots were "at home" and wore blue jerseys. Super Bowl XLIII Cardinals were "at home" and wore red jerseys.
NFC 21 AFC 17 As of the start of the 2007 season, the NFC has won 19 Super Bowls and the AFC has won 18. Four Super Bowls were played before the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. Of those four, the NFL won 2 and the AFL won 2.
Marv Levy who coached the Bills between 1986-1997. In those 12 seasons the Bills finished first in the AFC East 7 times, played in 5 AFC Championship games, and played in 4 Super Bowls.
The AFC has won 21 superbowls compared to the NFC who has won 24
New England Patriots with 3 (Super Bowls XXXVI, XXXVIII, and XXXIX). The Dolphins have won 2 (VI and VII), the Jets have won 1 (III), and the Bills have won 0.
The home team will be the AFC.
The "home" team alternates between the NFC and AFC, with the NFC being home in the odd-numbered Super Bowls and the AFC being home in the even numbered Super Bowls. This year the Packers will have the choice of what jersey to wear. The confusing thing about this for Steeler fans, is that in Super Bowl XL, the Steelers, despite being the home team, choice to wear their road white jerseys since they won three games on the road to make it to the Super Bowl that year.
the NFC has won 24 and the AFC has won 21 respectively as of superbowl 45
The Afc teams have won 21 of the 45 Super bowls so far
as of 2008-09 season start pro bowls: tied 19-19 super bowls: NFC leads 23-19 last super bowl: NFC's giants won over the AFC's patriots (patriots were undefeated till then at 18-0) last pro bowl: NFC won over the AFC 30-42 (AFC had a 24-7 lead)
That would be in 1971 (Super Bowl V) when the Baltimore Colts of the AFC defeated the Dallas Cowboys of the NFC 16-13. The previous four Super Bowls were played between the NFL champion and the AFL champion.