NFL Super Bowl Historical Facts
Super Bowl Origins
The first World Championship Game was played on January 15th, 1967 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.
Super Bowl I rivals were Kansas City Chiefs of the AFC conference and the Green Bay Packers of the former NFL. Kansas arrived to this game with a great trio of rushers; Curtis McClinton, Bert Coan, and Mike Garret and a top rated quarterback whose previous achievements included; a high complete passing percentage and 26 touchdowns.
On the other hand, the Packers came in to the game with the NFL Most Valuable Player award winner quarterback Bart Starr and a new coach and soon-to-be-legend, Vincent Thomas Lombardi.
The game was broadcasted by CBS and NBC with a total of 51.18 million viewers. The first two quarters of the game were divided as Green Bay took the first one 7-0 and Kansas City taking the second 10-7. The third and fourth quarters were just a sweep as the Packers took both with scores of 14-0 and 7-0 respectively.
Here is a quick stats view of Super Bowl I:
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