Super bowl coin toss history

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The Super Bowl coin toss is an iconic tradition that has been a part of the Super Bowl since the very first game in 1967. Here is a brief history of the Super Bowl coin toss:


  1. In the first Super Bowl in 1967, the Green Bay Packers won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  2. In Super Bowl II, the Packers won the coin toss again and elected to receive the ball.
  3. In Super Bowl III, the New York Jets won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  4. In Super Bowl IV, the Kansas City Chiefs won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  5. In Super Bowl V, the Baltimore Colts won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  6. In Super Bowl VI, the Miami Dolphins won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  7. In Super Bowl VII, the Miami Dolphins won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
  8. In Super Bowl VIII, the Miami Dolphins won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
  9. In Super Bowl IX, the Minnesota Vikings won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  10. In Super Bowl X, the Dallas Cowboys won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  11. In Super Bowl XI, the Minnesota Vikings won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  12. In Super Bowl XII, the Dallas Cowboys won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  13. In Super Bowl XIII, the Pittsburgh Steelers won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  14. In Super Bowl XIV, the Los Angeles Rams won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  15. In Super Bowl XV, the Philadelphia Eagles won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  16. In Super Bowl XVI, the San Francisco 49ers won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  17. In Super Bowl XVII, the Miami Dolphins won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
  18. In Super Bowl XVIII, the Los Angeles Raiders won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
  19. In Super Bowl XIX, the Miami Dolphins won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
  20. In Super Bowl XX, the New England Patriots won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
  21. In Super Bowl XXI, the Denver Broncos won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  22. In Super Bowl XXII, the Washington Redskins won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
  23. In Super Bowl XXIII, the Cincinnati Bengals won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  24. In Super Bowl XXIV, the Denver Broncos won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
  25. In Super Bowl XXV, the Buffalo Bills won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  26. In Super Bowl XXVI, the Buffalo Bills won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  27. In Super Bowl XXVII, the Dallas Cowboys won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
  28. In Super Bowl XXVIII, the Dallas Cowboys won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
  29. In Super Bowl XXIX, the San Francisco 49ers won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.
  30. In Super Bowl XXX, the Dallas Cowboys won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball.
  31. In Super Bowl XXXI, the New England Patriots won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.

In Super Bowl XXXII, the Green Bay Packers won the coin toss and elected to defer their choice to the second half.



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Super bowl coin toss history
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Super bowl coin toss history
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Discover which teams won the coin toss, whether they elected to receive the ball or defer their choice, and how this tradition has evolved over the years.
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Mateo Lemos de Pilar
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