125+ Super Bowl Trivia Questions that You Might Know!

Get ready for the ultimate touchdown with our Super Bowl trivia questions! The Super Bowl, where sport meets spectacle, has become more than just a football game; it’s a cultural phenomenon, a showcase of athleticism, and a stage for unforgettable moments. 🎉🍔

Whether you’re a die-hard fan, a snack enthusiast, or simply someone who enjoys a good halftime show, join us for a thrilling ride through Super Bowl history! 📣📺

Super Bowl Trivia Questions for Kids

Q: First Super Bowl winner in 1967?
A: Green Bay Packers.

Q: Most Super Bowl wins by the New England Patriots in 2021?
A: 6.

Q: Term for Super Bowl Sunday?
A: Game day.

Q: Most career Super Bowl touchdown passes record holder?
A: Tom Brady.

Q: Year Roman numerals began in Super Bowl names?
A: 1971 (Super Bowl V).

Q: City hosting the most Super Bowl games as of 2021?
A: Miami.

Q: Name of Super Bowl champion’s trophy?
A: Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Q: Player with the most Super Bowl MVP awards?
A: Joe Montana.

Q: Year of the first Super Bowl halftime show by a musician?
A: 1991.

Q: First Super Bowl with an American Football League (AFL) team?
A: Super Bowl III (1969).

Q: Peyton Manning’s Super Bowl rings count?
A: 2.

Q: 2021 Super Bowl champion team?
A: Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Q: First indoor Super Bowl in a domed stadium?
A: Super Bowl XII (1978).

Q: Slot after the Super Bowl kickoff?
A: First Quarter commercial.

Q: First official “Super Bowl” title game?
A: Super Bowl III (1969).

Q: Most Super Bowl appearances by a team as of 2021?
A: New England Patriots.

Q: Longest Super Bowl field goal record?
A: 62 yards (Matt Bryant, Super Bowl LI).

Q: Quarterback with the most Super Bowl appearances as of 2021?
A: Tom Brady.

Q: Super Bowl known for the “Wardrobe Malfunction” at halftime?
A: Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004).

Q: Slot after the Super Bowl halftime show?
A: Halftime commercial.

Q: Quarterback with the most Super Bowl appearances as of 2021?
A: Tom Brady.

Q: Super Bowl with a halftime show blackout?
A: Super Bowl XLVII (2013).

Q: Slot after the third quarter in the Super Bowl?
A: Third Quarter commercial.

Q: Most receiving yards in a single Super Bowl game?
A: Jerry Rice (Super Bowl XXIII).

Q: Name before “Super Bowl” for the NFL championship game?
A: NFL Championship Game.

Q: Winner of the first Super Bowl in 1967?
A: Green Bay Packers.

Q: Slot after the Super Bowl ends?
A: Post-Game commercial.

Q: Super Bowl with “The Catch” by Dwight Clark?
A: Super Bowl XVI (1982).

Q: Quarterback with seven Super Bowl championships as of 2021?
A: Tom Brady.

Q: Year of the first Super Bowl in 1967?
A: 1967.

Q: Stadium hosting the Super Bowl in 2023?
A: State Farm Stadium.

Q: Most rushing yards in a single Super Bowl game?
A: Timmy Smith (Super Bowl XXII).

Q: Slot after the first quarter in the Super Bowl?
A: Second Quarter commercial.

Q: Teams never appearing in a Super Bowl as of 2021?
A: 4.

Q: Super Bowl with a 34-minute blackout delay?
A: Super Bowl XLVII (2013).

Q: 2021 Super Bowl halftime show performer?
A: The Weeknd.

Q: Player with the first three-time Super Bowl MVP?
A: Joe Montana.

Q: Slot after the second quarter in the Super Bowl?
A: Halftime commercial.

Q: 2020 Super Bowl champion team?
A: Kansas City Chiefs.

Q: Most passing yards in a single Super Bowl game record?
A: 505 yards (Tom Brady, Super Bowl LII).

Q: Head coach winning Super Bowls with two teams?
A: Bill Belichick (Patriots and Giants).

Q: Slot after the third quarter in the Super Bowl?
A: Third Quarter commercial.

Q: Super Bowl with “The Helmet Catch” by David Tyree?
A: Super Bowl XLII (2008).

Q: Youngest quarterback winning a Super Bowl as of 2021?
A: Ben Roethlisberger.

Q: Slot after the fourth quarter in the Super Bowl?
A: Fourth Quarter commercial.

Q: 2020 Super Bowl halftime show performers?
A: Shakira and Jennifer Lopez.

Q: Most interceptions in a single Super Bowl game record?
A: 5 interceptions (Jim Kelly, Super Bowl XXV).

Q: Oldest quarterback winning a Super Bowl as of 2021?
A: Tom Brady.

Q: Slot after the Super Bowl ends?
A: Post-Game commercial.

And with that final field goal, we wrap up our Super Bowl trivia questions! We’ve relived thrilling plays, epic halftime shows, and those unforgettable commercials that keep us talking long after the game ends.

So, whether you’re a football fanatic, a halftime enthusiast, or just someone who loves a good party, may your Super Bowl Sundays always be filled with excitement, camaraderie, and, of course, plenty of snacks! 🍔

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