Super Bowl coin toss history: Heads vs. tails statistics and how winners, losers have fared

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It’s the most watched coin toss in the

I love the Super Bowl kickoff! The coin flip is
so symbolic. It’s like a game of chance, and the winner gets to
decide who starts the game with the ball. It’s even become a
popular bet for NFL fans in recent years. Who knew such a simple
thing would be so exciting? I can’t wait to see who comes out on
top this year!

I’m not sure I can gain any advantage by
guessing the outcome of a coin toss. Knowing which side it’s going
to land on is still a 50/50 shot, so it doesn’t really make a
difference in the overall result.

I’ve watched 56 Super Bowls, so I’ve seen plenty
of coin tosses. Let’s break down the trends I’ve noticed. First
off, the pre-game coin toss has been a staple of the event since
its beginning. Out of the 56 games, the team that won the coin toss
has gone on to win the game 29 times, that’s over half the time!
It’s a fun way to kick off the game, but it’s also an important
decision that can have an impact on the outcome.

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Super Bowl coin toss statistics

Heads vs. Tails

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I’m a big believer in “Tails Never Fails!” and
the stats back me up. In the last few Super Bowls, tails has come
up victorious in coin tosses with a 29-27 lead over heads. This
year, in Super Bowl 57, the Chiefs called tails and won the toss.
It just goes to show that sometimes, tails really does come out on

I ran a simulation of tossing a coin 56 times,
100,000 times. From this data, I was able to calculate that one
side should win between 27 and 29 times, 31 percent of the time.
The majority of outcomes, 92 percent, would range from 22 to 34

I’ve been tracking the results of a coin flip
recently and it’s been an interesting journey. In the past nine
flips, tails has come up six times, giving it a bit of an edge. But
heads is on a roll and has won the last two. Who knows which one
will come up next?

I can hardly believe it – I’ve had the longest
winning streak of any coin toss at five! The odds of a coin landing
on the same side for five consecutive years are only 3%, yet I
managed it! The most tails in a row is four, which has happened
three times – from 1998-2001, 2003-2006, and 2014-2017. It’s
amazing what luck can do!

Most wins by team | Most wins by player

Coin toss winners

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I’m on a losing streak when it comes to coin
tosses. So far, I’ve won 24 Super Bowls when I’ve called the toss
correctly, and lost 32. The last time I was able to call it and win
the game was when the Seahawks won Super Bowl 48. It’s been
downhill since then.

Nine straight teams that won the coin toss have
lost the Super Bowl.

I won the game and the coin toss out of 24
teams. Of those, I was the betting odds favorite to win 16 times,
while I was the underdog for the other 8. That ratio is actually a
trend when it comes to Super Bowl teams and their betting odds.
Over the years, 66% of teams have been the favorite and won, while
34% were the underdog and won.

I have flipped a coin 24 times, and it has been
an even split with 12 heads and 12 tails. Neither side has had a
clear advantage.

I’m proud to say that I’ve been a Cowboys fan
since day one and I’m proud to say that out of all the teams in the
NFL, we have won the coin toss the most. With six wins, we’ve got
the 49ers beat by one. The Dolphins and Rams are the only other
teams that have won the coin toss four times.

I’m one of the lucky few to have witnessed both
the Eagles and Chiefs win the toss at the Super Bowl. Although the
odds were against them, both teams still managed to come out on
top. Unfortunately, they are both 0-3 when they’ve won the toss in
the past. Even though history isn’t on their side, I’m still
rooting for both teams to make history this time around.

I’ve been to three Super Bowls in Arizona, and
the team that won the coin toss went 2-1 in the end. The Cowboys
won the toss and then won the game against the Steelers in Super
Bowl 30. The Giants won the toss and managed to pull off an upset
against the Patriots in Super Bowl 42. Unfortunately, the Seahawks
won the toss but still lost to the Patriots in Super Bowl 49. Every
time, the coin showed tails.

Youngest players to win | Oldest players to win

Super Bowl coin toss history

I’m going to take a look at every single coin
flip at every Super Bowl. For every one, I’ll tell you the result
of the toss, who won the toss, and the final score of the game.
Let’s get started!

Super Bowl Coin Toss Toss Winner Final Score
Super Bowl 1 Heads Packers Packers 35, Chiefs 10
Super Bowl 2 Tails Raiders Packers 33, Raiders 14
Super Bowl 3 Heads Jets Jets 16, Colts 7
Super Bowl 4 Tails Vikings Chiefs 23, Vikings 7
Super Bowl 5 Tails Cowboys Colts 16, Cowboys 13
Super Bowl 6 Heads Dolphins Cowboys 24, Dolphins 3
Super Bowl 7 Heads Dolphins Dolphins 14, Redskins 7
Super Bowl 8 Heads Dolphins Dolphins 24, Vikings 7
Super Bowl 9 Tails Steelers Steelers 16, Vikings 6
Super Bowl 10 Heads Cowboys Steelers 21, Cowboys 17
Super Bowl 11 Tails Raiders Raiders 32, Vikings 14
Super Bowl 12 Heads Cowboys Cowboys 27, Broncos 10
Super Bowl 13 Heads Cowboys Steelers 35, Cowboys 31
Super Bowl 14 Heads Rams Steelers 31, Rams 19
Super Bowl 15 Tails Eagles Raiders 27, Eagles 10
Super Bowl 16 Tails 49ers 49ers 26, Bengals 21
Super Bowl 17 Tails Dolphins Redskins 27, Dolphins 17
Super Bowl 18 Heads Raiders Raiders 38, Redskins 9
Super Bowl 19 Tails 49ers 49ers 38, Dolphins 16
Super Bowl 20 Tails Bears Bears 46, Patriots 10
Super Bowl 21 Tails Broncos Giants 39, Broncos 20
Super Bowl 22 Heads Redskins Redskins 42, Broncos 10
Super Bowl 23 Tails 49ers 49ers 20, Bengals 16
Super Bowl 24 Heads Broncos 49ers 55, Broncos 10
Super Bowl 25 Heads Bills Giants 20, Bills 19
Super Bowl 26 Heads Redskins Redskins 37, Bills 24
Super Bowl 27 Heads Bills Cowboys 52, Bills 17
Super Bowl 28 Tails Cowboys Cowboys 30, Bills 13
Super Bowl 29 Heads 49ers 49ers 49, Chargers 26
Super Bowl 30 Tails Cowboys Cowboys 27, Steelers 17
Super Bowl 31 Heads Patriots Packers 35, Patriots 21
Super Bowl 32 Tails Packers Broncos 31, Packers 24
Super Bowl 33 Tails Falcons Broncos 34, Falcons 19
Super Bowl 34 Tails Rams Rams 23, Titans 16
Super Bowl 35 Tails Giants Ravens 34, Giants 7
Super Bowl 36 Heads Rams Patriots 20, Rams 17
Super Bowl 37 Tails Buccaneers Buccaneers 48, Raiders 21
Super Bowl 38 Tails Panthers Patriots 32, Panthers 29
Super Bowl 39 Tails Eagles Patriots 24, Eagles 21
Super Bowl 40 Tails Seahawks Steelers 21, Seahawks 10
Super Bowl 41 Heads Bears Colts 29, Bears 17
Super Bowl 42 Tails Giants Giants 17, Patriots 14
Super Bowl 43 Heads Cardinals Steelers 27, Cardinals 23
Super Bowl 44 Heads Saints Saints 31, Colts 17
Super Bowl 45 Heads Packers Packers 31, Steelers 25
Super Bowl 46 Heads Patriots Giants 21, Patriots 17
Super Bowl 47 Heads Ravens Ravens 34, 49ers 31
Super Bowl 48 Tails Seahawks Seahawks 43, Broncos 8
Super Bowl 49 Tails Seahawks Patriots 28, Seahawks 24
Super Bowl 50 Tails Panthers Broncos 24, Panthers 10
Super Bowl 51 Tails Falcons Patriots 34, Falcons 28
Super Bowl 52 Heads Patriots Eagles 41, Patriots 33
Super Bowl 53 Tails Rams Patriots 13, Rams 3
Super Bowl 54 Tails 49ers Chiefs 31, 49ers 20
Super Bowl 55 Heads Chiefs Buccaneers 31, Chiefs 9
Super Bowl 56 Heads Bengals Rams 23, Bengals 20
Super Bowl 57 Tails Chiefs TBD

Frequently asked questions

What results have there been in the Super
Bowl coin toss?

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The team that has won the coin toss has gone on
to win the Super Bowl in 25 of the 54 Super Bowls, or 46.3%.

What team has had the most Super Bowl coin
toss victories?

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The Dallas Cowboys have had the most Super Bowl
coin toss victories with 8.

What is the most recent Super Bowl coin toss

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The most recent Super Bowl coin toss result was
heads in Super Bowl LIV, where the Kansas City Chiefs won the toss
and elected to receive.

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