Kansas City Super Bowl Victories Statistics

The Kansas City Chiefs have won the Super Bowl a total of two times, in 1970 and 2020.

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"The Kansas City Chiefs have won 2 Super Bowl championships in the history of their franchise."

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"The Chiefs won their first Super Bowl IV in 1970."

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"The Chiefs won their second Super Bowl LIV in 2020."

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"In Super Bowl IV, the Chiefs defeated Minnesota Vikings with a score of 23-7."

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"In Super Bowl LIV, the Chiefs defeated San Francisco 49ers with a score of 31-20."

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"The Chiefs had a halftime lead of 16-0 in Super Bowl IV."

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"Their second Super Bowl win was secured through a fourth quarter comeback."

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"Quarterback Patrick Mahomes was named the Super Bowl LIV MVP."

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"Len Dawson, the Chiefs' quarterback during the first Super Bowl, was named MVP."

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"Super Bowl LIV victory ended a 50-year championship drought for the Kansas City Chiefs."

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"The Chief's Super Bowl LIV win was the first for coach Andy Reid."

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"After Super Bowl IV victory, the Chiefs didn't return to the Super Bowl for 50 years."

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"During their Super Bowl LIV win, the Chiefs overcame a 10-point deficit in the final quarter."

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"The Chiefs scored 21 points in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LIV, a record for the most points scored in a single quarter."

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"In Super Bowl LIV, the Chiefs' victory trailed by 10 points or more in every postseason game, making it a first in NFL history."

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"Super Bowl LIV was the first Super Bowl win for the Chiefs in the Super Bowl era where they were not a part of the AFL."

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"The Chiefs became the third AFL team to win the Super Bowl, when they won Super Bowl IV."

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