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Super Bowl I: First World Championship Game AFL vs. NFL (Jan. 15, 1967)

Super Bowl II (Jan. 14, 1968)

Super Bowl III (Jan. 12, 1969)

Super Bowl IV (Jan. 11, 1970)

Super Bowl V (Jan. 17, 1971)

Super Bowl VI (Jan. 16, 1972)

Super Bowl VII (Jan. 14, 1973)

Super Bowl VIII (Jan. 13, 1974)

Super Bowl IX (Jan. 12, 1975)

Super Bowl X (Jan. 18, 1976)

Super Bowl XI (Jan. 9, 1977)

Super Bowl XII (Jan. 15, 1978)

Super Bowl XIII (Jan. 21, 1979)

Super Bowl XIV (Jan. 20, 1980)

Super Bowl XV (Jan. 25, 1981)

Super Bowl XVI (Jan. 24, 1982)

Super Bowl XVII (Jan. 30, 1983)

Super Bowl XVIII (Jan. 22, 1984)

Super Bowl XIX (Jan. 20, 1985)

Super Bowl XX (Jan. 26, 1986)

Super Bowl XXI (Jan. 25, 1987)

Super Bowl XXII (Jan. 31, 1988)

Super Bowl XXIII (Jan. 22, 1989)

Super Bowl XXIV (Jan. 28, 1990)

Super Bowl XXV (Jan. 27, 1991)

Super Bowl XXVI (Jan. 26, 1992)

Super Bowl XXVII (Jan. 31, 1993)

Super Bowl XXVIII (Jan. 30, 1994)

Super Bowl XXIX (Jan. 29, 1995)

Super Bowl XXX (Jan. 28, 1996)

Super Bowl XXXI (Jan. 26, 1997)

Super Bowl XXXII (Jan. 25, 1998)

Super Bowl XXXIII (Jan. 31, 1999)

Super Bowl XXXIV (Jan. 30, 2000)

Super Bowl XXXV (Jan. 28, 2001)

Super Bowl XXXVI (Feb. 3, 2002)

Super Bowl XXXVI originally had a logo which was made of a background in black and mauve with the number written in gold color. The curls and colors of the design were inspired by grillwork found around New Orleans. Following the events of September 11, 2001, it was felt that the game needed a new logo. Dan Simon was hired to create a new design. It features an outline of the United States with a simplified version of the flag on it.

Super Bowl XXXVII (Jan. 26, 2003)

Super Bowl XXXVIII (Feb. 1, 2004)

Super Bowl XXXIX (Feb. 6, 2005)

Super Bowl XL (Feb. 5, 2006)

The logo for the 2006 Super Bowl was designed to look like a hood ornament, taking inspiration from Michigan's history as the Motor City. It was created by Landor Associates.

Super Bowl XLI (Feb. 4, 2007)

Super Bowl XLII (Feb. 3, 2008)

Super Bowl XLIII (Feb. 1, 2009)

Super Bowl XLIV (Feb. 7, 2010)

Super Bowl XLV (Feb. 6, 2011)

In February 2010, the logo for Super Bowl XLV was unveiled, as was a new brand strategy. Starting in 2011, the Super Bowl will use a generic logo based on a common design instead of designing completely new logos every year. In addition to the trophy, the logos will feature the stadium were the game is played and the number. Landor Associates were behind the new logo strategy.

Super Bowl XLVI (Feb. 5, 2012)

Super Bowl XLVII (Feb. 3, 2013)

Super Bowl XLVIII (Feb. 2, 2014)

Super Bowl XLIX (Feb. 1, 2015)

Super Bowl 50 (Feb. 7, 2016)

Super Bowl LI (Feb. 5, 2017)

Super Bowl LI

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