Super Bowl LV 2021

Super Bowl LV


How many times has Tom Brady played the Super Bowl?

The quarterback led his new side, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, to victory against the Green Bay Packers and booked his place in the Super Bowl.

How many times has Tom Brady played the Super Bowl?
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Tom Brady is going to the Super Bowl again. The quarterback led his Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 31-26 win at Green Bay on Sunday afternoon to ensure the Bucs will become the first side to play in a Super Bowl at their own ground, the Raymond James Stadium.

Tom Brady's 10th Super Bowl appearance

Barring any mishaps between now and 7 February, this will be Brady’s 10th appearance in the Super Bowl, and his first with Tampa Bay. He played his previous 20 seasons with the Patriots, taking them to the end of season game nine times in total.

His record at the end of season showdown is none too shabby either, with a 6-3 record.

Brady’s Super Bowl attendance record exceeds that of every team in the NFL, with the exception fo the Patriots, who have been twice without him for a total of 11 appearances. The Buccaneers for their part have only been at the Super Bowl once before - winning it in 2002 against the Raiders (48-21).

The Green Bay Packers, who Brady helped defeat today, have been to the Super Bowl five times (67, 68, 97, 98, 11) winning it four times, their only defeat coming in '98 against the Broncos.

Brady’s nine Super Bowl appearances

Super Bowl XXXVI vs St Louis Rams

Final score: 20-17 Patriots

Super Bowl XXXVIII vs Carolina Panthers

Final score: 32-29 Patriots

Super Bowl XXXIX vs Philadelphia Eagles

Final score: 24-21 Patriots

Super Bowl XLII vs New York Giants

Final score: 17-14 Giants

Super Bowl XLVI vs New York Giants

Final score: 21-17 Giants

Super Bowl XLIX vs Seattle Seahawks

Final score: 28-24 Patriots

Super Bowl LI vs Altanta Falcons

Final score: 34-28 Patriots (OT)

Super Bowl LII vs Philadelphia Eagles

Final score: 41-33 Eagles

Super Bowl LIII vs Los Angeles Rams

Final Score: 13-3 Patriots

Super Bowl LV details

Tom Brady's Buccaneers will be in action in the 55th Super Bowl on February 7 2021 at the Buc's home ground of Raymond James Stadium. Kickoff will be at 6:30 p.m. (00:30 CET).

Halftime show action is being headlined by The Weeknd, who said: "We all grow up watching the world's biggest acts playing the Super Bowl and one can only dream of being in that position. I'm humbled, honored and ecstatic to be the center of that infamous stage this year."