Active NFL head coach career Super Bowl history

There are 32 head coaches in the National Football League (NFL) for the 32 respective teams. Nineteen of the current head coaches have won at least one Super Bowl as either a head coach, assistant coach, or as a player throughout their career in the NFL, while all but 3 have participated in at least one. Bill Belichick has the most Super Bowl wins throughout his career among active head coaches with 8 (6 as a head coach and 2 as a defensive coordinator), as well the most losses with 4 (3 as a head coach). Doug Marrone, Matt Nagy and Kliff Kingsbury are the only coaches who have never won or lost a Super Bowl having never made it to one. Six of the coaches have won at least one Super Bowl as a head coach with their current teams, John Harbaugh, Bill Belichick, Sean Payton, Pete Carroll, Doug Pederson and Mike Tomlin. Additionally, Jon Gruden won Super Bowl XXXVII while the head coach for the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Legend

Legend
Asst. HC Assistant Head Coach OA Offensive Assistant TE Tight Ends Coach
Asst. OL Assistant Offensive Line Coach OC Offensive Coordinator Player/LB Played as Linebacker
DA Defensive Assistant PA Personnel assistant Player/QB Played as Quarterback
DB Defensive Backs Coach QB Quarterbacks Coach Player/RB Played as Running Back
DC Defensive Coordinator S Safties Coach
HC Head Coach Sec Secondary Coach
LB Linebackers Coach ST Special Teams Coach

Super Bowl appearances by coach

To group all wins or losses together, double left click on heading.

Current team Coach Super Bowl wins Super Bowl losses 0Ref0
Arizona Cardinals Kliff Kingsbury
Atlanta Falcons Dan Quinn
Baltimore Ravens John Harbaugh [1][2]
[3][4]
Buffalo Bills Sean McDermott
Carolina Panthers Ron Rivera [5][6][7]
Chicago Bears Matt Nagy
Cincinnati Bengals Zac Taylor
Cleveland Browns Freddie Kitchens
Dallas Cowboys Jason Garrett [8][9]
[10][11]
Denver Broncos Vic Fangio
Detroit Lions Matt Patricia [12]
Green Bay Packers Matt LaFleur [13]
Houston Texans Bill O'Brien [14]
Indianapolis Colts Frank Reich
Jacksonville Jaguars Doug Marrone
Kansas City Chiefs Andy Reid [15][16]
Los Angeles Chargers Anthony Lynn
Los Angeles Rams Sean McVay
Miami Dolphins Brian Flores
Minnesota Vikings Mike Zimmer [17]
New England Patriots Bill Belichick [18][19]
New Orleans Saints Sean Payton [20][21]
New York Giants Pat Shurmur [22]
New York Jets Adam Gase
Oakland Raiders Jon Gruden [23][24]
Philadelphia Eagles Doug Pederson
Pittsburgh Steelers Mike Tomlin [25][26]
San Francisco 49ers Kyle Shanahan
Seattle Seahawks Pete Carroll [27]
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bruce Arians [28]
Tennessee Titans Mike Vrabel [29]
Washington Redskins Jay Gruden [30][31]

Super Bowl appearances by game

Super Bowl NFL
season
Date of game Coaches that participated
Won Lost
Super Bowl XX 1985 January 26, 1986

Chicago Bears

  • Ron Rivera (Player/LB)
New England Patriots
Super Bowl XXI 1986 January 25, 1987

New York Giants

  • Bill Belichick (DC)
Denver Broncos
Super Bowl XXV 1990 January 27, 1991

New York Giants

  • Bill Belichick (DC)
Buffalo Bills
  • Frank Reich (Player/QB)
Super Bowl XXVI 1991 January 26, 1992 Washington Redskins Buffalo Bills
  • Frank Reich (Player/QB)
Super Bowl XXVII 1992 January 31, 1993 Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills
  • Frank Reich (Player/QB)
Super Bowl XXVIII 1993 January 30, 1994 Dallas Cowboys
  • Jason Garrett (Player/QB)
Buffalo Bills
  • Frank Reich (Player/QB)
Super Bowl XXX 1995 January 28, 1996 Dallas Cowboys
  • Jason Garrett (Player/QB)
  • Mike Zimmer (DB)
Pittsburgh Steelers
Super Bowl XXXI 1996 January 26, 1997 Green Bay Packers
  • Andy Reid (TE/Asst. OL)
  • Doug Pederson (Player/QB)
New England Patriots
  • Bill Belichick (Asst. HC/Sec)
Super Bowl XXXII 1997 January 25, 1998 Denver Broncos
  • Anthony Lynn (Player/RB)
Green Bay Packers
  • Doug Pederson (Player/QB)
  • Andy Reid (QB/Asst. HC)
Super Bowl XXXIII 1998 January 31, 1999 Denver Broncos
  • Anthony Lynn (Player/RB)
Atlanta Falcons
Super Bowl XXXIV 1999 January 30, 2000 St. Louis Rams Tennessee Titans
  • Gregg Williams (DC)
Super Bowl XXXV 2000 January 28, 2001 Baltimore Ravens New York Giants
  • Jason Garrett (Player/QB)
  • Sean Payton (OC)
Super Bowl XXXVI 2001 February 3, 2002 New England Patriots
  • Bill Belichick (HC)
  • Mike Vrabel (Player/LB)
St. Louis Rams
Super Bowl XXXVII 2002 January 26, 2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Jon Gruden (HC)
  • Mike Tomlin (DB)
  • Jay Gruden (OA)
Oakland Raiders
Super Bowl XXXVIII 2003 February 1, 2004 New England Patriots
  • Bill Belichick (HC)
  • Mike Vrabel (Player/LB)
Carolina Panthers
Super Bowl XXXIX 2004 February 6, 2005 New England Patriots
  • Bill Belichick (HC)
  • Matt Patricia (OA)
  • Mike Vrabel (Player/LB)
  • Brian Flores (SA)
Philadelphia Eagles
  • Andy Reid (HC)
  • John Harbaugh (ST)
  • Sean McDermott (Sec)
  • Pat Shurmur (QB)
Super Bowl XL 2005 February 5, 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Bruce Arians (OC)
Seattle Seahawks
Super Bowl XLI 2006 February 4, 2007 Indianapolis Colts Chicago Bears
  • Ron Rivera (DC)
Super Bowl XLII 2007 February 3, 2008 New York Giants New England Patriots
  • Bill Belichick (HC)
  • Bill O'Brien (OA)
  • Matt Patricia (LB)
  • Mike Vrabel (Player/LB)
  • Brian Flores (PS)
Super Bowl XLIII 2008 February 1, 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Mike Tomlin (HC)
  • Bruce Arians (OC)
Arizona Cardinals
  • Freddie Kitchens (TE)
Super Bowl XLIV 2009 February 7, 2010 New Orleans Saints
  • Sean Payton (HC)
  • Gregg Williams (DC)
Indianapolis Colts
Super Bowl XLV 2010 February 6, 2011 Green Bay Packers Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Mike Tomlin (HC)
  • Bruce Arians (OC)
Super Bowl XLVI 2011 February 5, 2012 New York Giants New England Patriots
  • Bill Belichick (HC)
  • Bill O'Brien (OC/QB)
  • Matt Patricia (S)
  • Brian Flores (DA)
Super Bowl XLVII 2012 February 3, 2013 Baltimore Ravens
  • John Harbaugh (HC)
San Francisco 49ers
  • Vic Fangio (DC)
Super Bowl XLVIII 2013 February 2, 2014 Seattle Seahawks
  • Pete Carroll (HC)
  • Dan Quinn (DC)
Denver Broncos
Super Bowl XLIX 2014 February 1, 2015 New England Patriots
  • Bill Belichick (HC)
  • Matt Patricia (DC)
  • Brian Flores (S)
Seattle Seahawks
  • Dan Quinn (DC)
  • Pete Carroll (HC)
Super Bowl 50 2015 February 7, 2016 Denver Broncos Carolina Panthers
  • Ron Rivera (HC)
  • Sean McDermott (DC)
Super Bowl LI 2016 February 5, 2017 New England Patriots
  • Bill Belichick (HC)
  • Matt Patricia (DC)
  • Brian Flores (LC)
Atlanta Falcons
  • Dan Quinn (HC)
  • Kyle Shanahan (OC)
  • Matt LaFleur (QB)
Super Bowl LII 2017 February 4, 2018 Philadelphia Eagles
  • Doug Pederson (HC)
  • Frank Reich (OC)
New England Patriots
  • Bill Belichick (HC)
  • Matt Patricia (DC)
  • Brian Flores (LC)
Super Bowl LIII 2018 February 3, 2019 New England Patriots
  • Bill Bilichek (HC)
  • Brian Flores (LC)
Los Angeles Rams
  • Sean McVay (HC)
  • Zac Taylor (QB)

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List of National Football League head coaches by playoff record

At the end of the 1932 NFL season, the Portsmouth Spartans and the Chicago Bears tied for first place (6-1); under the rules at the time, standings were based on winning percentage, with ties excluded from the calculation. The Spartans and Bears had tied each other twice during the regular season, making the league's only tiebreaker useless. So the league had to make a rule change to allow another game. For the first time, the league played what amounted to a replay game to determine the NFL champion. Coach Ralph Jones led the Bears to a 9-0 victory over Coach Potsy Clark. The game is recorded as a regular season game for the teams' statistics. Three seasons later Coach Clark would lead his team to their first title, when they were the Detroit Lions.

Because it proved so popular, the 1932 NFL "Playoff Game", as it is unofficially called, started a new era for the National Football League. Beginning in the 1933 NFL season, the league was divided into divisions, and the winner of each division would meet in a playoff game to determine the champion.

The first NFL official playoff game was the 1933 NFL Championship Game between the Chicago Bears and New York Giants where Coach George "Papa Bear" Halas beat Hall of Fame Coach Steve Owen. After the 2017 season there have been a total of 549 NFL playoff games including games from the AFL, but not the AAFC. The following list shows the career postseason records for each coach that has recorded a win in the NFL playoffs from 1933 through the 2017–18 NFL playoff games.

List of National Football League head coaches with 50 wins

In professional American football, the National Football League (NFL) gives the head coach credit for his team's win–loss record. As of the 2017 season, 102 coaches, about 20%, have won 50 or more games.Former head coach Don Shula holds the records for most wins with 347 and the most regular season wins with 328. Prior to Shula, the records for most wins and regular season wins were held by Chicago Bears founder George Halas with 318 and 324, which are the most with a single franchise. As of the third round of the 2018 NFL postseason, Bill Belichick has the most wins and regular season wins among active head coaches with 291 and 261 and holds the record for most playoff wins at 30.

List of Super Bowl head coaches

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