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Annual Tradition
Ever since the first-ever Super Bowl match-up took place between the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs on January 15th, 1967, Super Bowl Sunday has become an annual tradition for sports fans across North America and the world. The culmination of a hard fought football season, the Super Bowl pits the best team from the American Football Conference (AFC) against their fellow champions from the National Football Conference (NFC) in a winner-take-all final that never fails to entertain.

That’s Entertainment!
Reading like a who’s who in the entertainment industry, the Super Bowl half-time show has nearly eclipsed the big game itself with stars like Chubby Checker, Diana Ross, the Blues Brothers, Michael Jackson, New Kids On The Block, U2, Tony Bennett, Patti Labelle, Gloria Estafan, Stevie Wonder, NSYNC, Aerosmith, Shania Twain, Enrique Iglesias, Christina Aguilera, Phil Collins and of course who could forget, most recently Janet Jackson, all having taken the stage to perform for million of fans around the globe.

Early Games
With the Green Bay Packers winning the first two Super Bowls ever played in 1967 and 1968, beating the Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders respectively, it was Don Shula’s Miami Dolphins team of 1973 who went on to capture the heart of a nation by capping off a perfect 17-0 season with a 14-7 win over the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII. After successfully defending their title during Super Bowl VIII against the Minnesota Vikings, Miami handed the Super Bowl torch to the Pittsburgh Steelers who went on to win the Championship four times in six years in1975, 1976, 1979 and 1980.

Joe MontanaThe Rise of the 49ers
Following Pittsburgh’s domination of the NFL for most of the 70s, it was the San Francisco 49ers that were the next in line to claim repeated Super Bowl glory beginning with their 26-21 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XVI. Thanks in large part to the stellar performances of future Hall of Famers QB Joe Montana, Wide Receiver Jerry Rice, the 49ers went on to win Super Bowls XIX, XXII and XXIV, followed by another championship in Super Bowl XXIX under new QB Steve Young. But the 49ers weren’t the only ones racking up Super Bowl trophies, as the Washington Redskins and MVPs John Riggins, Doug Williams and Mark Rypien marched their way to three Super Bowl titles in 1983, 1988 and 1992

Dallas and Denver
Throughout the nineties, the Dallas Cowboys and the Denver Broncos each won back-to-back titles in Super Bowls XXVII & XXVIII and XXXII & XXXIII respectively, with the Cowboys taking home one more in Super Bowl XXX. Thrilling games from start to finish, the Super Bowl games of the nineties saw stars like Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, Terrell Davis and John Elway take their rightful place in NFL history.

The New Millennium
Starting with the Saint Louis Rams and QB Kurt Warner’s dismantling of the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV, the new millennium got off to a roaring start. But the greatest success story of the decade so far remains the New England Patriots and QB Tom Brady’s capture of two Super Bowl championships in 2002 against the St. Louis Rams, and most recently in 2004 against the Carolina Panthers.

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