Denver Broncos 24
Carolina Panthers 10
Denver Broncos Linebacker Von Miller was named Super Bowl 50 MVP.
Ron Rivera (Head Coach) (0-1 in Super Bowls)
Steve Wilks (Assistant Head Coach / Secondary)
Bruce DeHaven (Special Teams Coordinator)
Sean McDermott (Defensive Coordinator)
Mike Shula (Offensive Coordinator)
Jason Benguche (Assistant Strength and Conditioning)
Ray Brown (Assistant Offensive Line)
Ken Dorsey (Quarterbacks)
Curtis Fuller (Assistant Special Teams/Nickel Back)
Pete Hoener (Tight Ends)
Al Holcomb (Linebackers)
Joe Kenn (Strength and Conditioning)
John Matsko (Offensive Line)
Sam Mills III (Assistant Defensive Line)
Ricky Proehl (Wide Receivers)
Russ Purnell (Assistant Special Teams)
Richard Rodgers (Assistant Defensive Backs)
Jim Skipper (Running Backs)
Cameron Turner (Assistant Wide Receivers)
Eric Washington (Defensive Line)
Gary Kubiak (Head Coach) (1-0 in Super Bowls)
Rick Dennison (Offensive Coordinator)
Wade Phillips (Defensive Coordinator)
Joe DeCamillis (Special Teams Coordinator)
Clancy Barone (Offensive Line)
Chris Beake (Defensive Assistant)
Samson Brown (Assistant Defensive Backs)
Brian Callahan (Offensive Assistant/Quarterbacks)
Tony Coaxum (Assistant Special Teams)
James Cregg (Assistant Offensive Line)
Mike Eubanks (Assistant Strength and Conditioning)
Reggie Herring (Linebackers)
Greg Knapp (Quarterbacks / Passing Game Coordinator)
Bill Kollar (Defensive Line)
Anthony Lomando (Assistant Strength and Conditioning)
Dennis Love (Assistant Strength and Conditioning)
Marc Lubick (Assistant Wide Receivers)
Fred Pagac (Outside Linebackers)
Brian Pariani (Tight Ends)
Luke Richesson (Strength and Conditioning)
Eric Studesville (Running Backs)
Tyke Tolbert (Wide Receivers)
Joe Woods (Defensive Backs)
Path to the Super Bowl
NFC South Champions and #1 seed (17-1)
Divisional Playoff: defeated NFC Wildcard and #6 seed Seattle Seahawks 31-24
NFC Championship: defeated NFC West Champion and #2 seed Arizona Cardinals 49-15
AFC West Champions and #1 seed (14-4)
Divisional Playoff: defeated AFC Wildcard and #6 seed Pittsburgh Steelers 23-16
AFC Championship: defeated AFC East Champion and #2 seed New England Patriots 20-18
The win improved the Denver Broncos franchise Super Bowl record to 3-5.
The loss dropped the Carolina Panthers franchise Super Bowl record to 0-2.
The Carolina Panthers were 6 point favorites.
The face value of Super Bowl 50 tickets ranged from $850 to $1,800. Club seats had a face value of $3,000.
Denver was designated the home team for Super Bowl 50. They wore white jerseys and white pants while Carolina wore black jerseys and silver pants.
For the coin toss, the Bay Area Super Bowl MVPs were on the field. They were; Fred Biletnikoff (Oakland - SB XI), Jim Plunkett (Oak - XV), Marcus Allen (Oak - VXIII), Steve Young (SF - XXIX), Jerry Rice (SF - XXIII) and Joe Montana (SF - XVI, XIX, XXIV). Montana performed the coin toss. Carolina's Thomas Davis called tails and won the toss. Carolina elected to defer to the second half.
The average cost of a 30-second commercial was $5,000,000.
The Denver Broncos received a winner's share of $97,000. The Carolina Panthers received a loser's share of $49,000.
This is the first Super Bowl to be played at Levi's Stadium.
This was Denver's eighth Super Bowl appearance, tying them with the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys.
At the age of 39 years, 320 days, Peyton Manning became the oldest quarterback to both start and win a Super Bowl.
The 61-yard punt return by Denver's Jordan Norwood is the longest punt return in Super Bowl history.
The two teams (Denver - 7, Carolina - 5) combined for 12 sacks, the most sacks by both teams in a Super Bowl.
The 194 yards of offense by Denver marks the fewest total yards in a game by a Super Bowl winning team.
New England Patriots 28
Seattle Seahawks 24
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady was named Super Bowl XLIX MVP. It was Brady's third award as he was also named MVP of Super Bowls XXXVI and XXXVIII. He becomes the second man to win three MVP awards, joining Joe Montana (XVI, XIX and XXIV).
New England Patriots
Bill Belichick (Head Coach)
Josh McDaniels (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks)
Matt Patricia (Defensive Coordinator)
Scott O'Brien (Special Teams)
Dave DeGuglielmo (Offensive Line)
Josh Boyer (Cornerbacks)
Ivan Fears (Running Backs)
Patrick Graham (Linebackers)
Brian Flores (Safeties)
Chad O'Shea (Receivers)
Harold Nash (Head Strength and Conditioning)
Moses Cabrera (Assistant Strength and Conditioning)
Brian Daboll (Tight Ends)
Brendan Daly (Defensive Assistant)
Joe Judge (Assistant Special Teams)
Steve Belichick (Coaching Assistant)
Jerry Schuplinski (Coaching Assistant)
Pete Carroll (Head Coach)
Darrell Bevell (Offensive Coordinator)
Tom Cable (Offensive Line and Assistant Head Coach)
Carl Smith (Quarterback Coach)
Kippy Brown (Wide Receivers)
Dave Canales (Assistant Quarterbacks/Quality Control - Offense)
Nate Carroll (Assistant Wide Receivers)
Pat McPherson (Tight Ends)
Pat Ruel (Assistant Offensive Line)
Sherman Smith (Running Backs)
Will Harriger (Offensive Assistant)
Chris Morgan (Assistant Offensive Line)
Dan Quinn (Defensive Coordinator)
Ken Norton Jr. (Linebackers)
Travis Jones (Defensive Line)
Kris Richard (Secondary)
Rocky Seto (Defensive Passing Game Coordinator)
Marquand Manuel (Defensive Assistant)
John Glenn (Quality Control - Defense)
Chris Carlisle (Head Strength & Conditioning)
Mondray Gee (Assistant Strength & Conditioning)
Brian Schneider (Special Teams)
Nick Sorensen (Assistant Special Teams)
Chad Morton (Assistant Special Teams)
Jamie Yanchar (Assistant Strength & Conditioning)