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Super Bowl History
The Super Bowl was first played on January 15, 1967, when the American Football Leagued merged with the National Football League.  The two leagues' champion teams agreed to play in a AFL versus NFL World Championship Game.  Once the merger was completed, each league became a conference and the championship game was played between conference champions.

Lamar Hunt, former owner of the Kansas City Chiefs and founding member of the American Football League, coined the name Super Bowl after the college football bowl game series, plus after watching his children playing with a Super Ball. Each Super Bowl game is identify by Roman Numerals,  rather than the year in which it is held.  The first Super Bowl played was in 1967 "Super Bowl" and in that year, the Green Bay Packers won. 

Since then, The Dallas Cowboys have appeared in the greatest number of Super Bowls (8) and the Pittsburgh Steelers have more victories at 6, than any other franchise. Seventeen of the NFL's 32 teams have won at least one Super Bowl and only five active NFL franchises have not appeared in the Super Bowl...they are the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, New Orleans Saints, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Houston Texans. The Browns and Lions won NFL championships in the pre-Super Bowl era; the Saints, Jaguars, and Texans have all joined the league after the kickoff of the Super Bowl era.