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The first Super Bowl pitted the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs on January 15, 1967 in the Los Angeles Coliseum.
1. " It wasn't officially called "Super Bowl I" until 2 years after it was played, though "Super Bowl" and "Supergame" were nick-names used at that time. The official name of the event was "First AFL-NFL World Championship Game."
2. The late owner of the Kansas City Chiefs, Lamar Hunt, first used the name "Super Bowl."
3. The price of a ticket was $12.00, which was considered to be much too expensive at the time.
4. It remains the only Super Bowl not to have been a sellout.
5. It was the only Super Bowl to be televised on 2 different TV networks (CBS and NBC).
6. Green Bay won 35-10
7. Quarterback: Bart Starr for the Packers and Len Dawson for the Chiefs. Both are in the Hall of Fame
Dawson is the Sports Director for KMBC in Kansas City and is the color analyist for Chiefs games
Starr is 78, coached Packers for some years to a mediocre record (52-76-3) and has been doing speaking engagements since. He collapsed during his last talk in early December but appears to be ok.