Kansas City Chiefs vs. Green Bay Packers 10 to 35

Sunday, January 15, 1967, Super Bowl

The Packers played the Chiefs in Super Bowl I on Sunday, January 15, 1967. The Packers entered the game with a record of 12-2-0, while the Chiefs entered the game with a record of 11-2-1. The Packers won 35-10 to win Super Bowl I, finishing their championship season with a record of 12-2-0 in the regular season, 2-0 in the playoffs. The Chiefs finished their season 11-2-1 in the regular season, 1-1 in the playoffs. Bart Starr was voted as the Super Bowl MVP, the first Super Bowl MVP of his career.


Kansas City Chiefs offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
239 167 72 1 17

Coaches

Head Coach: Hank Stram Offensive Line Coach: William Henry "Bill" Walsh Offensive Ends Coach: Darrel Brewster Defensive Line Coach: Tom Pratt Defensive Backs Coach: Tom Bettis Assistant Coach: Morton J. "Chuck" Mills, Tommy O'Boyle


Green Bay Packers offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
358 228 130 1 21

Coaches

Head Coach: Vince Lombardi Wide Receivers Coach: Bob Schnelker Offensive Line Coach: Ray Wietecha Offensive Backs Coach: John "Red" Cochran Defensive Line Coach: Phil Bengtson, Dave Hanner Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Jerry Burns Team President: Dominic Olejniczak