The youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl was Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, who was 36 years old when the Steelers won Super Bowl XLIII.
steelers coach- Mike Tomlin 36. DOB 3/15/72 Super Bowl XLIII date 2/1/09
Tony Dungy won Super Bowl XII, in 1979 with the Steelers at the age of 24 as a player. Later he went on to coach with Steelers' Head Coach, Chuch Noll as a Defensive Backs coordinator, one year after the Steelers won Super Bowl XIV, but did not win a Super Bowl as a coach until he, as Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts, led them to a victory in Super Bowl XLI, in 2007 (at the age of 52). This victory, at the time, did make Dungy the youngest and first African-American to win a Super Bowl, but this statistic would not stand for long. Dungy will always be the first African-American coach to win a Super Bowl.In 2009, Mike Tomlin, led the Pittsburgh Steelers to a Superbowl XLIII victory at the age of 36 - making him not only the youngest African-American Head Coach to win a Super Bowl, but also the youngest Head Coach (of any ethnicity) to win in Super-bowl history thus far. In only his second year of Head-Coaching, his team beat the Arizona Cardinals 27-23, thus replacing Dungy as the youngest African-American coach to have that honor.
Mike Ditka Won Super Bowl XX in 1985 as Head Coach Won Super Bowl XII in 1977 as an Assistant Coach Won Super Bowl VI in 1971 as Player Tom Flores Won Super Bowl XV & XVIII in 1980 and 1983 as Head Coach Won Super Bowl IX in 1976 as an Assistant Coach Won Super Bowl IV in 1969 as Player (did not play)
Chuck Noll was the head coach of the first Steelers Super Bowl champion team that won Super Bowl IX. He was the head coach of the first four Steelers Super Bowl champion teams.
In Super Bowl XLIII, Mike Tomlin became the latest head coach to win the Super Bowl with the Steelers.
Weeb Ewbank was the head coach for the New York Jets in the 1969 Super Bowl III.
No. Both were head coach of two teams in the Super Bowl. Vermeil was head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles that lost Super Bowl XV to the Oakland Raiders and the St. Louis Rams that defeated the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV. Vermeil's record in the Super Bowl as a head coach was 1-1. Reeves was the head coach of the Denver Broncos that lost Super Bowl XXI to the New York Giants, Super Bowl XXII to the Washington Redskins, and Super Bowl XXIV to the San Francisco 49ers, and the Atlanta Falcons that lost Super Bowl XXXIII to the Denver Broncos. Reeves record in the Super Bowl as a head coach was 0-4. As a player, Reeves won Super Bowl VI with the Dallas Cowboys and as an assistant coach, won Super Bowl XII with the Cowboys. Through Super Bowl XLIII, three other head coaches have led two teams to the Super Bowl but no coach has won Super Bowls with 2 different teams. Bill Parcells won Super Bowls XXI and XXV as head coach of the New York Giants and lost Super Bowl XXXI as head coach of the New England Patriots. Mike Holmgren won Super Bowl XXXI as head coach of the Green Bay Packers and lost Super Bowl XL as head coach of the Seattle Seahawks. Don Shula won Super Bowls VII and VIII as head coach of the Miami Dolphins and lost Super Bowl III as head coach of the Baltimore Colts.
Through Super Bowl XLIII 1) Don Shula - lost Super Bowl III as head coach of the Baltimore Colts and Super Bowls VI, XVII, and XIX as head coach of the Miami Dolphins. 2) Dan Reeves - lost Super Bowls XXI, XXII, and XXIV as head coach of the Denver Broncos and Super Bowl XXXIII as head coach of the Atlanta Falcons. 3) Mike Holmgren - lost Super Bowl XXXII as head coach of the Green Bay Packers and Super Bowl XL as head coach of the Seattle Seahawks.
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Arizona Cardinals, 27-23, in Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa on February 1, 2009. It was the Steelers' unprecedented sixth Super Bowl win. Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin became the third Steelers head coach to win a Super Bowl (after Chuck Noll and Bill Cowher) and the youngest head coach to win the title.