The first ever AFL-NFL World Championship Game in professional
American football, later to be known as Super Bowl I,
was played on January 15, 1967 at the Los Angeles Memorial
Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.
National Football League (NFL) champion Green Bay
Packers scored 3 second-half touchdowns en route
to a 3510 win over the American Football League
(AFL) champion Kansas City Chiefs.
Bay quarterback Bart Starr earned the very first Super
Bowl MVP in NFL history by throwing 16 of 23 for 250
yards and two touchdowns, with 1 interception.
Super Bowl II
Super Bowl II was the second AFL-NFL World Championship
Game, later to be known as the Super Bowl, in professional
American football. The game was played on January 14,
1968 at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida.
by kicker Don Chandler's 4 field goals and defensive
back Herb Adderly's 60-yard interception return for
a touchdown, the National Football League (NFL) champion
Green Bay Packers defeated the American Football
League (AFL) champion Oakland Raiders, 3314.
Bay quarterback Bart Starr was named the Super Bowl
MVP for the second time for his 13 of 24 passing for
202 yards and one touchdown.