Coldest Super Bowl Temperatures in NFL History

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FILE - In this Jan. 16, 1972, file photo, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach (12) tries to escape the grasp of Miami Dolphins defender Jim Riley (70) during Super Bowl VI in New Orleans, La. Staubach, voted the game's most valuable player, completed 12 of 19 passes for 119 yards and two TDs. (AP Photo/File)
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Super Bowl VI in New Orleans is the coldest Super Bowl in history. Played at Tulane Stadium on Jan. 16, 1972, the game had kickoff temperature of 39 degrees.

List of Coldest Super Bowls

 

Super BowlLocationTemperature
Super Bowl VINew Orleans, LA39 degrees
Super Bowl IXNew Orleans, LA46 degrees
Super Bowl XLVIIIEast Rutherford, NJ49 degrees
Super Bowl VIIIHouston, TX50 degrees
Super Bowl XIXStanford, CA53 degrees

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