|Game||Date||Teams & Scores||Location||Attendance|
|I||Jan 15, 1967||Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum||61,946|
|VII||Jan 14, 1973||Miami 14, Washington 7||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum||90,182|
|XI||Jan 9, 1977||Oakland Raiders 32, Minnesota 14||Rose Bowl||103,438|
|XIV||Jan 20, 1980||Pittsburg 31, LA Rams 19||Rose Bowl||103,985|
|XVII||Jan 30, 1983||Washington 27, Miami 17||Rose Bowl||103,667|
|XXI||Jan 25, 1987||NY Giants 39, Denver 20||Rose Bowl||101,063|
|XXVII||Jan 31, 1993||Dallas 52, Buffalo 17||Rose Bowl||98,374|
Also see: Rams in the Super Bowl and Chargers in the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl XIV, held at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena in 1980, holds the record for the largest Super Bowl attendance - 103,985. In fact, six of the seven largest Super Bowl attendances were at Super Bowls held in Los Angeles County. At the other end of the scale, the very first Super Bowl, held at L.A. Memorial Coliseum in 1967, had the smallest Super Bowl attendance - 61,946.