Rams Super Bowl history: When is the last time the Rams made it to the Super Bowl and how many have they won?


The Los Angeles Rams have secured their spot in Super Bowl LVI with a 20-17 win over the San Francisco 49ers, and for the second year in a row a team will play in the Super Bowl at their home stadium. Matthew Stafford, Aaron Donald and the Rams will take on Joe Burrow, Ja’Marr Chase and the Cincinnati Bengals in the Super Bowl today live on NBC and Peacock with coverage beginning at 12:00 p.m. ET.

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After closing out the regular season on a 5-2 run to secure first place in the NFC West with a 12-5 overall mark, the Los Angeles Rams are one win away from winning Super Bowl LVI. Super Bowl 2022 will be televised by NBC and will be available to stream live on Peacock or with the NBC Sports App.

Though the Rams recently played in Super Bowl LIII following the 2018 season, they have just four Super Bowl appearances in their history in the following seasons: 2018, 2001, 1999, 1979. The four appearances are tied with the Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, Minnesota Vikings and Indianapolis Colts for 11th on the NFL’s all-time list. In their four appearances, the Rams have posted a 1-3 record. The Rams, who were known as the St. Louis Rams from 1995 to 2015, made two Super Bowl appearances over the course of three years between 1999 and 2001, defeating the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV and then falling to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVI in Tom Brady‘s first career Super Bowl appearance. The Rams have faced the Patriots twice on the sport’s biggest stage, losing both contests.

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With the Super Bowl scheduled to be played at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles this year, Matthew Stafford and the Rams are trying to become the second team to win the Lombardi Trophy on their home turf in as many years (Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl at Raymond James Stadium following the 2020 season).

Rams total Super Bowl wins

  • One (1999 season)

Most recent Rams Super Bowl appearance

  • 2018 season: Lost Super Bowl LIII vs. the New England Patriots, 13-3

When the Rams met the Patriots in Super Bowl LII, it was the first time they had reached the Super Bowl while in Los Angeles since 1980 as the team’s previous two appearances came when they were based in St. Louis. The game was expected to be dominated by offense on both sides, but the defenses stepped up. Neither team scored a touchdown until the fourth quarter.

The Rams entered the second half scoreless and had managed just 57 yards of offense. It was not until the final quarter that Brady threw two passes to Rob Gronkowski to set up a two-yard score by Sony Michel. Brady threw for 262 yards in the game while former Rams QB Jared Goff threw for 229 yards and one interception.

With 16 combined points between both teams, the game became the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in NFL history, dethroning the Miami Dolphins’ 14-7 win over Washington in 1973. Following Super Bowl LII, the next six lowest-scoring Super Bowls came within the first nine iterations of the game.

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Rams most recent Super Bowl win

  • 1999 season: Won Super Bowl XXXIV vs. the Tennessee Titans, 23-16

Super Bowl XXXIV featured “The Greatest Show on Turf” offense, a nickname for the record-breaking Rams offense of the 1999, 2000 and 2001 seasons. During this time frame, the Rams offense produced record-scoring yardage, three NFL MVP honors and two Super Bowl appearances.

The Rams offense was quiet in the first half against the Titans though, tallying just nine points off of three field goals. After scoring a touchdown, the Rams took a 16-0 lead into the third quarter, but the Titans scored 16 unanswered points to tie the game in the fourth quarter. The Rams re-took the lead when wide receiver Isaac Bruce scored a 73-yard touchdown, but the Super Bowl became remembered for its final play. The Titans reached the Rams’ 10-yard line with six seconds remaining in the game, but Rams LB Mike Jones tackled Titans WR Kevin Dyson one yard short of the goal line to prevent a game-tying score. The play has since become known as “One Yard Short.”

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Rams Super Bowl history

  • 2018 season: Lost Super Bowl LIII vs. the New England Patriots, 13-3
  • 2001 season: Lost Super Bowl XXXVI vs. the New England Patriots, 20-17
  • 1999 season: Won Super Bowl XXXIV vs. the Tennessee Titans, 23-16
  • 1979 season: Lost Super Bowl XIV vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-19

How can I watch and live stream Super Bowl LVI?

  • When: Sunday, February 13, 2022
  • Where: SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California
  • TV Channel: NBC
  • Live streamPeacock, NBC Sports app, NBCSports.com
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