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The National Football League is a major professional men's American football league in the United States of America. The league was founded with 14 teams in 1920 as the American Professional Football Conference but was renamed the American Professional Football Association before commencing play. The league was renamed the National Football League in 1922, the National-American Football League in 1950-51 but returning to the National Football League before commencing play. The league has since grown to include 32 franchises.

Current Teams

National Football League
Conference Division Team Venue Municipality
American Football Conference East Division Buffalo Bills Bills Stadium Windom, New York
Miami Dolphins Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida
New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Massachusetts
New York Jets MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, New Jersey
North Division Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Baltimore
Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnati
Cleveland Browns FirstEnergy Stadium Cleveland
Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Pittsburgh
South Division Houston Texans NRG Stadium Houston
Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis
Jacksonville Jaguars TIAA Bank Field Jacksonville, Florida
Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium Nashville, Tennessee
West Division Denver Broncos Empower Field at Mile High Denver
Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City, Missouri
Las Vegas Raiders Allegiant Stadium Paradise, Nevada
Los Angeles Chargers SoFi Stadium Inglewood, California
National Football Conference East Division Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas
New York Football Giants MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, New Jersey
Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia
Washington Football Team FedExField County of Prince George, Maryland
North Division Chicago Bears Soldier Field Chicago
Detroit Lions Ford Field Detroit
Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Green Bay, Wisconsin
Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium Minneapolis
South Division Atlanta Falcons Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta
Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium Charlotte, North Carolina
New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida
West Division Arizona Cardinals State Farm Stadium Glendale, Arizona
Los Angeles Rams SoFi Stadium Inglewood, California
San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium Santa Clara, California
Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field Seattle

Maps

KEY: BLUE = Current Franchise. RED = Former Franchise. YELLOW = Games but Never Franchise. GRAY = No Games.

North America

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World

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Franchise Histories

Seasons

Season Championship
American Professional Football Association
1920 Akron Pros (8-0-3)
1921 Chicago Staleys (9-1-1)
National Football League
1922 Canton Bulldogs (10-0-1)
1923 Canton Bulldogs (11-0-1)
1924 Cleveland Bulldogs (7-1-1)
1925 Chicago Cardinals (11-2-1)
1926 Frankford Yellow Jackets (14-1-2)
1927 New York Giants (11-1-1)
1928 Providence Steam Rollers (8-1-2)
1929 Green Bay Packers (12-0-1)
1930 Green Bay Packers (10-3-1)
1931 Green Bay Packers (12-2-0)
1932 Chicago Bears 9 - 0 Portsmouth Spartans (single-elimination)*
1933 Chicago Bears 23 - 21 New York Giants (single-elimination)
1934 New York Giants 30 - 13 Chicago Bears (single-elimination)
1935 Detroit Lions 26 - 7 New York Giants (single-elimination)
1936 Green Bay Packers 21 - 6 Boston Redskins (single-elimination)
1937 Washington Redskins 28 - 21 Chicago Bears (single-elimination)
1938-39 New York Football Giants 23 - 17 Green Bay Packers (single-elimination)
1939-40 Green Bay Packers 27 - 0 New York Football Giants (single-elimination)
1940 Chicago Bears 73 - 0 Washington Redskins (single-elimination)
1941-42 Chicago Bears 37 - 9 New York Football Giants (single-elimination)
1942 Washington Redskins 14 - 6 Chicago Bears (single-elimination)
1943 Chicago Bears 41 - 21 Washington Redskins (single-elimination)
1944 Green Bay Packers 14 - 7 New York Football Giants (single-elimination)
1945 Cleveland Rams 15 - 14 Washington Redskins (single-elimination)
1946 Chicago Bears 24 - 14 New York Football Giants (single-elimination)
1947 Chicago Cardinals 28 - 21 Philadelphia Eagles (single-elimination)
1948 Philadelphia Eagles 7 - 0 Chicago Cardinals (single-elimination)
1949 Philadelphia Eagles 14 - 0 Los Angeles Rams (single-elimination)
1950-51 Cleveland Browns 30 - 28 Los Angeles Rams (single-elimination)
1951-52 Los Angeles Rams 24 - 17 Cleveland Browns (single-elimination)
1952-53 Detroit Lions 17 - 7 Cleveland Browns (single-elimination)
1953-54 Detroit Lions 17 - 16 Cleveland Browns (single-elimination)
1954-55 Cleveland Browns 56 - 10 Detroit Lions (single-elimination)
1955-56 Cleveland Browns 38 - 14 Los Angeles Rams (single-elimination)
1956-57 New York Football Giants 47 - 7 Chicago Bears (single-elimination)
1957-58 Detroit Lions 59 - 14 Cleveland Browns (single-elimination)
1958-59 Baltimore Colts 23 - 17 New York Football Giants (single-elimination)
1959-60 Baltimore Colts 31 - 16 New York Football Giants (single-elimination)
1960-61 Philadelphia Eagles 17 - 13 Green Bay Packers (single-elimination)
1961-62 Green Bay Packers 37 - 0 New York Football Giants (single-elimination)
1962-63 Green Bay Packers 16 - 7 New York Football Giants (single-elimination)
1963-64 Chicago Bears 14 - 10 New York Football Giants (single-elimination)
1964-65 Cleveland Browns 27 - 0 Baltimore Colts (single-elimination)
1965-66 Green Bay Packers 23 - 12 Cleveland Browns

Beginning in 1966-67, the interleague World Championship Game (later Super Bowl) was held at a neutral site. When the American Football League completed its merger into the league beginning with the 1970-71 season, the Super Bowl became the league championship game and remained hosted at a neutral site.

Season Championship Venue Municipality
National Football League
1966-67 Green Bay Packers 34 - 27 Dallas Cowboys (single-elimination) World Championship Game vs. American Football League:
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles
1967-68 Green Bay Packers 21 - 17 Dallas Cowboys (single-elimination) World Championship Game vs. American Football League:
Miami Orange Bowl
Miami
1968-69 Baltimore Colts 34 - 0 Cleveland Browns (single-elimination) Super Bowl vs. American Football League:
Miami Orange Bowl
Miami
1969-70 Minnesota Vikings 27 - 7 Cleveland Browns (single-elimination) Super Bowl vs. American Football League:
Tulane Stadium
New Orleans
1970-71 Baltimore Colts 16 - 13 Dallas Cowboys (single-elimination) Miami Orange Bowl Miami
1971-72 Dallas Cowboys 24 - 3 Miami Dolphins (single-elimination) Tulane Stadium New Orleans
1972-73 Miami Dolphins 14 - 7 Washington Redskins (single-elimination) Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles
1973-74 Miami Dolphins 24 - 7 Minnesota Vikings (single-elimination) Rice Stadium Houston
1974-75 Pittsburgh Steelers 16 - 6 Minnesota Vikings (single-elimination) Tulane Stadium New Orleans
1975-76 Pittsburgh Steelers 21 - 17 Dallas Cowboys (single-elimination) Miami Orange Bowl Miami
1976-77 Oakland Raiders 32 - 14 Minnesota Vikings (single-elimination) Rose Bowl Stadium Pasadena, California
1977-78 Dallas Cowboys 27 - 10 Denver Broncos (single-elimination) Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans
1978-79 Pittsburgh Steelers 35 - 31 Dallas Cowboys (single-elimination) Miami Orange Bowl Miami
1979-80 Pittsburgh Steelers 31 - 19 Los Angeles Rams (single-elimination) Rose Bowl Stadium Pasadena, California
1980-81 Oakland Raiders 27 - 10 Philadelphia Eagles (single-elimination) Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans
1981-82 San Francisco 49ers 26 - 21 Cincinnati Bengals (single-elimination) Pontiac Silverdome Pontiac, Michigan
1982-83 Washington Redskins 27 - 17 Miami Dolphins (single-elimination) Rose Bowl Stadium Pasadena, California
1983-84 Los Angeles Raiders 38 - 9 Washington Redskins (single-elimination) Tampa Stadium Tampa, Florida
1984-85 San Francisco 49ers 38 - 16 Miami Dolphins (single-elimination) Stanford Stadium Stanford, California
1985-86 Chicago Bears 46 - 10 New England Patriots (single-elimination) Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans
1986-87 New York Football Giants 39 - 20 Denver Broncos (single-elimination) Rose Bowl Stadium Pasadena, California
1987-88 Washington Redskins 42 - 10 Denver Broncos (single-elimination) SDCCU Stadium San Diego
1988-89 San Francisco 49ers 20 - 16 Cincinnati Bengals (single-elimination) Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida
1989-90 San Francisco 49ers 55 - 10 Denver Broncos (single-elimination) Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans
1990-91 New York Football Giants 20 - 19 Buffalo Bills (single-elimination) Tampa Stadium Tampa, Florida
1991-92 Washington Redskins 37 - 24 Buffalo Bills (single-elimination) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome Minneapolis
1992-93 Dallas Cowboys 52 - 17 Buffalo Bills (single-elimination) Rose Bowl Stadium Pasadena, California
1993-94 Dallas Cowboys 30 - 13 Buffalo Bills (single-elimination) Georgia Dome Atlanta
1994-95 San Francisco 49ers 49 - 26 San Diego Chargers (single-elimination) Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida
1995-96 Dallas Cowboys 27 - 17 Pittsburgh Steelers (single-elimination) Sun Devil Stadium Tempe, Arizona
1996-97 Green Bay Packers 35 - 21 New England Patriots (single-elimination) Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans
1997-98 Denver Broncos 31 - 24 Green Bay Packers (single-elimination) SDCCU Stadium San Diego
1998-99 Denver Broncos 34 - 19 Atlanta Falcons (single-elimination) Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida
1999-2000 St. Louis Rams 23 - 16 Tennessee Titans (single-elimination) Georgia Dome Atlanta
2000-01 Baltimore Ravens 34 - 7 New York Football Giants (single-elimination) Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida
2001-02 New England Patriots 20 - 17 St. Louis Rams (single-elimination) Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans
2002-03 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48 - 21 Oakland Raiders (single-elimination) SDCCU Stadium San Diego
2003-04 New England Patriots 32 - 29 Carolina Panthers (single-elimination) NRG Stadium Houston
2004-05 New England Patriots 24 - 21 Philadelphia Eagles (single-elimination) TIAA Bank Field Jacksonville, Florida
2005-06 Pittsburgh Steelers 21 - 10 Seattle Seahawks (single-elimination) Ford Field Detroit
2006-07 Indianapolis Colts 29 - 17 Chicago Bears (single-elimination) Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida
2007-08 New York Football Giants 17 - 14 New England Patriots (single-elimination) State Farm Stadium Glendale, Arizona
2008-09 Pittsburgh Steelers 27 - 23 Arizona Cardinals (single-elimination) Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida
2009-10 New Orleans Saints 31 - 17 Indianapolis Colts (single-elimination) Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida
2010-11 Green Bay Packers 31 - 25 Pittsburgh Steelers (single-elimination) AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas
2011-12 New York Football Giants 21 - 17 New England Patriots (single-elimination) Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis
2012-13 Baltimore Ravens 34 - 31 San Francisco 49ers (single-elimination) Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans
2013-14 Seattle Seahawks 43 - 8 Denver Broncos (single-elimination) MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, New Jersey
2014-15 New England Patriots 28 - 24 Seattle Seahawks (single-elimination) State Farm Stadium Glendale, Arizona
2015-16 Denver Broncos 24 - 10 Carolina Panthers (single-elimination) Levi's Stadium Santa Clara, California
2016-17 New England Patriots 34 - 28 Atlanta Falcons (single-elimination) NRG Stadium Houston
2017-18 Philadelphia Eagles 41 - 33 New England Patriots (single-elimination) U.S. Bank Stadium Minneapolis
2018-19 New England Patriots 13 - 3 Los Angeles Rams (single-elimination) Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta
2019-20 Kansas City Chiefs 31 - 20 San Francisco 49ers (single-elimination) Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida

* Championship game as a result of tiebreaker counted for regular season standings, dropping Portsmouth Spartans to third behind Green Bay Packers.

Pro Bowl

The first five Pro Bowls from 1938-1942 were branded as the National Football League All-Star Game.

Season Venue Municipality Result
1938-39 Wrigley Field Los Angeles New York Football Giants 13 - 10 National Football League
1939-40 Gilmore Stadium Los Angeles Green Bay Packers 16 - 7 National Football League
1940 Gilmore Stadium Los Angeles Chicago Bears 28 - 14 National Football League
1941-42 Polo Grounds (1911) Manhattan, New York Chicago Bears 35 - 24 National Football League
1942 Shibe Park Philadelphia National Football League 17 - 14 Washington Redskins
Season Venue Municipality Result
1950-51 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles American Conference 28 - 27 National Conference
1951-52 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles National Conference 30 - 13 American Conference
1952-53 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles National Conference 27 - 7 American Conference
1953-54 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Eastern Conference 20 - 9 Western Conference
1954-55 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Western Conference 26 - 19 Eastern Conference
1955-56 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Eastern Conference 31 - 30 Western Conference
1956-57 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Western Conference 19 - 10 Eastern Conference
1957-58 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Western Conference 26 - 7 Eastern Conference
1958-59 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Eastern Conference 28 - 21 Western Conference
1959-60 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Western Conference 38 - 21 Eastern Conference
1960-61 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Western Conference 35 - 31 Eastern Conference
1961-62 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Western Conference 31 - 30 Eastern Conference
1962-63 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Eastern Conference 30 - 20 Western Conference
1963-64 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Western Conference 31 - 17 Eastern Conference
1964-65 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Western Conference 34 - 14 Eastern Conference
1965-66 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Eastern Conference 36 - 7 Western Conference
1966-67 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Eastern Conference 20 - 10 Western Conference
1967-68 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Western Conference 38 - 20 Eastern Conference
1968-69 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Western Conference 10 - 7 Eastern Conference
1969-70 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Western Conference 16 - 13 Eastern Conference
1970-71 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles National Football Conference 27 - 6 American Football Conference
1971-72 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles American Football Conference 26 - 13 National Football Conference
1972-73 Texas Stadium Irving, Texas American Football Conference 33 - 28 National Football Conference
1973-74 Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City, Missouri American Football Conference 15 - 13 National Football Conference
1974-75 Miami Orange Bowl Miami National Football Conference 17 - 10 American Football Conference
1975-76 Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans National Football Conference 23 - 20 American Football Conference
1976-77 Kingdome Seattle American Football Conference 24 - 14 National Football Conference
1977-78 Tampa Stadium Tampa, Florida National Football Conference 14 - 13 American Football Conference
1978-79 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles National Football Conference 13 - 7 American Football Conference
1979-80 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 37 - 27 American Football Conference
1980-81 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 21 - 7 American Football Conference
1981-82 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 16 - 13 National Football Conference
1982-83 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 20 - 19 American Football Conference
1983-84 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 45 - 3 American Football Conference
1984-85 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 22 - 14 National Football Conference
1985-86 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 28 - 24 American Football Conference
1986-87 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 10 - 6 National Football Conference
1987-88 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 15 - 6 National Football Conference
1988-89 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 34 - 3 American Football Conference
1989-90 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 27 - 21 American Football Conference
1990-91 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 23 - 21 National Football Conference
1991-92 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 21 - 15 National Football Conference
1992-93 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 23 - 20 National Football Conference
1993-94 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 17 - 3 American Football Conference
1994-95 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 41 - 13 National Football Conference
1995-96 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 20 - 13 American Football Conference
1996-97 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 26 - 23 National Football Conference
1997-98 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 29 - 24 National Football Conference
1998-99 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 23 - 10 National Football Conference
1999-2000 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 51 - 31 American Football Conference
2000-01 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 38 - 17 National Football Conference
2001-02 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 38 - 30 National Football Conference
2002-03 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 45 - 20 National Football Conference
2003-04 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 55 - 52 American Football Conference
2004-05 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 38 - 27 National Football Conference
2005-06 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 23 - 17 American Football Conference
2006-07 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 31 - 28 National Football Conference
2007-08 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 42 - 30 American Football Conference
2008-09 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 30 - 21 American Football Conference
2009-10 Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida American Football Conference 41 - 34 National Football Conference
2010-11 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 55 - 41 American Football Conference
2011-12 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi American Football Conference 59 - 41 National Football Conference
2012-13 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi National Football Conference 62 - 35 American Football Conference
2013-14 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi Team Rice 22 - 21 Team Sanders
2014-15 State Farm Stadium Glendale, Arizona Team Irvin 32 - 28 Team Carter
2015-16 Aloha Stadium Halawa, Hawaiʻi Team Irvin 49 - 27 Team Rice
2016-17 Camping World Stadium Orlando, Florida American Football Conference 20 - 13 National Football Conference
2017-18 Camping World Stadium Orlando, Florida American Football Conference 24 - 23 National Football Conference
2018-19 Camping World Stadium Orlando, Florida American Football Conference 26 - 7 National Football Conference
2019-20 Camping World Stadium Orlando, Florida American Football Conference 38 - 33 National Football Conference
2020-21 Allegiant Stadium Paradise, Nevada Not played