Sports Super Bowl winning coaches through the years By amNY.com Updated February 2, 2016 4:40 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Take a look at each coach who has won a Super Bowl title. Bill Belichick Photo Credit: Getty Images / JEFF HAYNES A win over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX tied Bill Belichick with Chuck Noll for the most Super Bowl wins by a head coach with four. Belichick's Patriots also won in Super Bowls XXXVI, XXXVIII, and XXXIX, while also reaching Super Bowls XLII and XLVI. Pete Carroll Photo Credit: Getty Images / Otto Greule Jr After winning at a championship level at the collegiate ranks, Pete Carroll was able to lead the Seattle Seahawks to the first championship in franchise history, beating the Denver Broncos in SUuper Bowl XLVIII. John Harbaugh Photo Credit: Getty / Patrick McDermott John Harbaugh took the Ravens to the second title in franchise history with a win over his brother Jim's 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII Tom Coughlin Photo Credit: Getty Images/Rob Carr Tom Coughlin coached the Giants to two Super Bowl victories during 12 seasons with the team, knocking off the Bill Belichick-led Patriots in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI. Sean Payton Photo Credit: Getty Images/ Ezra Shaw Sean Payton led Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints to the team's first Super Bowl title with a win in Super Bowl XLIV over the Indianapolis Colts. Mike Tomlin Photo Credit: Getty Images/ TIMOTHY A. CLARY Mike Tomlin was able to continue the winning tradition in Pittsburgh with a Super Bowl XLIII victory over the Arizona Cardinals. Tony Dungy Photo Credit: Getty Images/ Jed Jacobsohn Tony Dungy was able to lead Peyton Manning and the Colts to a ring with a victory in Super Bowl XLI over the Bears. Bill Cowher Photo Credit: Getty Images/ JEFF HAYNES Bill Cowher finally picked up the "one for the thumb" Steelers fans had been waiting for, winning the franchise's fourth championship in Super Bowl XL. Jon Gruden Photo Credit: Getty Images/ Ezra Shaw In his first year as head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jon Gruden led his squad over his old team, defeating the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII. Brian Billick Photo Credit: Jonathan Daniel /Allsport/ Jonathan Daniel Brian Billick's Ravens dominated the Giants in Super Bowl XXXV to give Billick his only world championship. Dick Vermeil Photo Credit: Stephen Dunn / Getty Images Dick Vermeil was at the helm for "The Greatest Show on Turf" as the St. Louis Rams took home a championship in Super Bowl XXXIV. Mike Shanahan Photo Credit: Tom Hauck /Allsport/ Tom Hauck Mike Shanahan was able to get John Elway and the Broncos the ring they had come so close to for so many years, winning in both Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII. Mike Holmgren Photo Credit: Al Bello/Getty Images Mike Holmgren led the Packers to their first Super Bowl berths since the game's second edition, winning Super Bowl XXXI before losing a year later in XXXII. Barry Switzer Photo Credit: Doug Pensinger /Allsport/ Doug Pensinger Barry Switzer may have inherited a team with Super Bowl caliber talent, but he still had to get the job done. He did just that by taking the Dallas Cowboys to their third title of the 1990s with a win at Super Bowl XXX. George Seifert Photo Credit: Mike Powell /Allsport/ Mike Powell George Seifert followed Bill Walsh's footsteps to win a pair of titles for the San Francisco 49ers, taking home Super Bowls XXIV and XXIX Jimmy Johnson Photo Credit: Getty Images/ PAUL K BUCK Jimmy Johnson teamed up with Jerry Jones and the famed "Triplets" of Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin to take home Super Bowls XXVII and XXVIII in back-to-back seasons over the Buffalo Bills. Joe Gibbs Photo Credit: Getty Images/ Ronald Martinez Joe Gibbs first stint as head coach of the Washington Redskins included three world championships with wins in Super Bowls XVII, XXII and XXVI. Gibbs' Redskins also reached Super Bowl XVIII, falling to the Raiders. Bill Parcells Photo Credit: Getty Images A winner everywhere he coached, Parcells had his most success in his first head coaching stop with the Giants, winning two Super Bowls within five years. Parcells' Giants took the title in Super Bowl XXI and XXV, while he also reached Super Bowl XXXI as coach of the Patriots. Bill Walsh Photo Credit: Getty Images Bill Walsh won the Super Bowl three times in his 10 seasons leading the San Francisco 49ers, taking the title in Super Bowls XVI, XIX and XXIII. Mike Ditka Photo Credit: Getty Images / EUGENE GARCIA Already a Hall-of-Fame caliber player, Ditka cemented his legacy as head coach of the Chicago Bears. He guided the 1985 Bears to a 15-1 record and Super Bowl XX title. Tom Flores Photo Credit: Getty Images/ George Rose Tom Flores continued John Madden's legacy of winning in Oakland, taking the Raiders to two world championships in Super Bowls XV and XVIII. Flores was the first minority coach to win a Super Bowl. Chuck Noll Photo Credit: Getty Images The Steelers won four Super Bowls in a six-year stretch under Noll, taking Super Bowls IX, X, XIII and XIV. Tom Landry Photo Credit: Stephen Dunn / Getty Images Tom Landry coached the Dallas Cowboys for 29 consecutive seasons, making his biggest mark with two Super Bowl wins in Super Bowl VI and Super Bowl XII Photo Credit: Getty Images/ Frederick M. Brown John Madden led the Raiders to the AFL/AFC West title in seven of his 10 seasons in charge, reaching the AFL/AFC championship on eight occasions. In his only Super Bowl, Madden led the Raiders to their first world championship with a win in Super Bowl XI. Don Shula Photo Credit: Getty Images/ RHONA WISE Don Shula became the second coach to win multiple Super Bowl titles with the Dolphins' wins in Super Bowl VII and Super Bowl VIII. He also coached Miami to the big game three more times in his career. Don McCafferty Photo Credit: Jonathan Daniel / Getty Images After the disappointment of Super Bowl III, Don McCafferty was able to deliver Johnny Unitas and the Baltimore Colts a world championship in Super Bowl V. Hank Stram Photo Credit: Getty Images/ Brian Bahr Hank Stram took the job as head coach of the newly formed Dallas Texans of the AFL after the job was turned down by the likes of Bud Wilkinson and Tom Landry. Stram never looked back, leading the franchise to success before and after its move to Kansas City. He won Super Bowl IV with the Chiefs, as well as AFL championships in 1962, 1966 and 1969. Weeb Ewbank Photo Credit: Focus on Sports HBO/Handout Wilbur Charles "Weeb" Ewbank helmed the Jets to an improbable upset in Super Bowl III, guiding Joe Namath and company to a 16-7 win against the Baltimore Colts. Ewbank's familiarity with Baltimore may have been the key in that game as the coach had won two NFL championships with the Colts during his tenure from 1954-1962. Vince Lombardi Photo Credit: Chuck Fadely Packers coach Vince Lombardi led Green Bay to World Championships in each of the first two Super Bowls. The game's trophy was late named in his honor. By amNY.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.