These are the 7 teams that have repeated as champions in the Super Bowl era

Can the Chiefs join this elite group?

Rodney Harrison #37 and Christian Fauria #88 of the New England Patriots celebrate with the Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX. That was last time a team repeated as Super Bowl champs. (Photo by Brian Bahr) (Getty Images)

If they are victorious against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV, the Kansas City Chiefs will become the eighth franchise in the Super Bowl era to repeat as NFL champions.

Here’s a look back at the other seven franchises who have repeated -- and the company the Chiefs are looking to join.


Green Bay Packers (Super Bowls I and II)

Bart Starr, No. 15 of the Green Bay Packers, is shown in action against the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl II, Jan. 14, 1968 at the Orange Bowl in Miami. The Packers won the game 33-14. (Photo by Focus on Sport). (Getty Images)

The games were in two different parts of the country against different opponents, but the outcomes were similar in that the Packers earned lopsided wins. Green Bay beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 35-10, at Super Bowl I (1967) in Los Angeles and then the Oakland Raiders, 33-14, at Super Bowl II (1968) that took place in Miami. Legendary quarterback Bart Starr was named MVP in both games.


Miami Dolphins (Super Bowls VII and VIII)


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