How many Super Bowls have the Rams won?

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rtime and advance to Super Bowl 53 against the Patriots.Curious how often the Rams have played for a championship? Here's a brief look at the franchise's Super Bowl history, as well as a look at which teams are atop the all-time Super Bowl wins leaderboard. MORE: Ranking all 52 Super Bowl winnersHow many Super Bowls have the Rams won?Super Bowl 53 will mark the fourth time the Rams have appeared in the Super Bowl. They have won the Super Bowl once, when they beat the Titans for the title in 1999. Tennessee wide receiver Kevin Dyson was famously tackled at the 1-yard line while attempting to tie the game as time expired. This will be the first time the Rams have reached the Super Bowl while in Los Angeles since 1980 — their previous two showings came as the St. Louis Rams.Rams Super Bowls:Super Bowl 36Feb. 3, 2002Patriots 20, Rams 17Super Bowl 34Jan. 30, 2000Rams 23, Titans 16Super Bowl 14Jan. 20, 1980Steelers 31, Rams 19In addition to their one Super Bowl victory, the Rams won two Night net championships (1945 and 1951) before the 1970 AFL-Night net merger.MORE: Top 10 Super Bowls of all timeWhen did the Rams last play the Patriots in the Super Bowl?The teams last met in the Super Bowl after the 2001 season. Quarterback Tom Brady helped the Patriots beat the Rams, 20-17, in his first of many Super Bowl appearances. Then-Patriots kicker Adam Vinatieri converted a game-winning, 48-yard field goal as time expired.Which team has won the most Super Bowls?The Steelers have played in eight Super Bowls and have won six, the most in Night net history. The Patriots, Cowboys and 49ers each have five Super Bowl wins. Steelers Super Bowl wins:Super Bowl 43 Feb. 1, 2009Steelers 27, Cardinals 23Super Bowl 40Feb. 5, 2006Steelers 21, Seahawks 10Super Bowl 14Jan. 20, 1980 Steelers 31, Rams 19Super Bowl 13Jan. 21, 1979Steelers 35, Cowboys 21Super Bowl 10Jan. 18, 1976Steelers 21, Cowboys 17Super Bowl 9Jan. 12, 1975Steelers 16, Vikings 6