Top 10 most-watched and memorable Super Bowls of all-time – here’s the complete list!

One of the most popular global sporting events, the Super Bowl is held every year in the U.S., and sees the two table leaders of the National Football League (NFL) conferences – the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC) – battle it out to be crowned as the champions.
With Super Bowl LVII set to witness the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles battle it out for the title win at the University of Phoenix Stadium, in Glendale, Arizona, the event will also be broadcast live on Fox and NFL-streaming at 6:30 p.m. ET on February 12.

Below is the list of the top 10 most-watched Super Bowls of all-time, as per Nielsen data and analytics.

  1. Super Bowl XLIX (2015)

New England Patriots beat Seattle Seahawks

SCORE: 28-24

VIEWERS: 114.4 million

  1. Super Bowl XLVIII (2014)

Seattle Seahawks beat Denver Broncos

SCORE: 43-08

VIEWERS: 111.5 million

  1. Super Bowl L (2016)

Denver Broncos beat Carolina Panthers

SCORE: 24-10

VIEWERS: 111.9 million

  1. Super Bowl XLVI (2012)

New York Giants beat New England Patriots

SCORE: 21-17

VIEWERS: 111.35 million

  1. Super Bowl LI (2017)

New England Patriots beat Atlanta Falcons

SCORE: 34-28

VIEWERS: 111.32 million

  1. Super Bowl XLV (2011)

Green Bay Packers beat Pittsburgh Steelers

SCORE: 31-25

VIEWERS: 111 million

  1. Super Bowl XLVII (2013)

Baltimore Ravens beat San Francisco 49ers

SCORE: 34-31

VIEWERS: 108.7 million

  1. Super Bowl XLIV (2010)

New Orleans Saints beat Indianapolis Colts

SCORE: 31-13

VIEWERS: 106 million

  1. Super Bowl LII (2018)

Philadelphia Eagles beat New England Patriots

SCORE: 41-33

VIEWERS: 103.4 million

  1. Super Bowl LIV (2020)

Kansas City Chiefs beat San Francisco 49ers

SCORE: 31-20

VIEWERS: 101.3 million

AMERICAN HOUSEHOLDS VIEWERSHIP PERCENTAGE

  1. Super Bowl XVI (1982)

San Francisco 49ers beat Cincinnati Bengals

SCORE: 26–21

People tuned in to watch: 49.1{ddf9b0c400acadc0001fd8272e21f8fc6ed809483628967b1ede3c5ef5cae2e1}

  1. Super Bowl XVII (1983)

Washington Commanders’ (then Washington Redskins) beat Miami Dolphins

SCORE: 27-17

People tuned in to watch: 48.6{ddf9b0c400acadc0001fd8272e21f8fc6ed809483628967b1ede3c5ef5cae2e1}

  1. Super Bowl XX (1986)

Chicago Bears beat New England Patriots

SCORE: 46-10

People tuned in to watch: 48.3{ddf9b0c400acadc0001fd8272e21f8fc6ed809483628967b1ede3c5ef5cae2e1}

  1. Super Bowl XLIX (2015)

New England Patriots beat Seattle Seahawks

SCORE: 28-24

People tuned in to watch: 47.5{ddf9b0c400acadc0001fd8272e21f8fc6ed809483628967b1ede3c5ef5cae2e1}

  1. Super Bowl XII (1978)

Dallas Cowboys beat Denver Broncos

SCORE: 27-10

People tuned in to watch: 47.2{ddf9b0c400acadc0001fd8272e21f8fc6ed809483628967b1ede3c5ef5cae2e1}

  1. Super Bowl XIII (1979)

Pittsburgh Steelers beat Dallas Cowboys

SCORE: 27-10

People tuned in to watch: 47.1{ddf9b0c400acadc0001fd8272e21f8fc6ed809483628967b1ede3c5ef5cae2e1}

  1. Super Bowl XLVI (2012)

New York Giants beat New England Patriots

SCORE: 21-17

People tuned in to watch: 47.1{ddf9b0c400acadc0001fd8272e21f8fc6ed809483628967b1ede3c5ef5cae2e1}

  1. Super Bowl XLVIII (2014)

Seattle Seahawks beat Denver Broncos

SCORE: 43-08

People tuned in to watch: 46.7{ddf9b0c400acadc0001fd8272e21f8fc6ed809483628967b1ede3c5ef5cae2e1}

  1. Super Bowl L (2016)

Denver Broncos beat Carolina Panthers

SCORE: 24-10

People tuned in to watch: 46.6{ddf9b0c400acadc0001fd8272e21f8fc6ed809483628967b1ede3c5ef5cae2e1}

  1. Super Bowl XIX (1985)

San Francisco 49ers beat Miami Dolphins

SCORE: 38-16

People tuned in to watch: 46.4{ddf9b0c400acadc0001fd8272e21f8fc6ed809483628967b1ede3c5ef5cae2e1}

  1. Super Bowl XLVII (2013)

Baltimore Ravens beat San Francisco 49ers

SCORE: 34-31

People tuned in to watch: 46.4{ddf9b0c400acadc0001fd8272e21f8fc6ed809483628967b1ede3c5ef5cae2e1}

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