Super Bowl LIV was the 54th Super Bowl game and the 50th championship of a merged NFL. It was played in February of 2020 in Miami, Florida. It was the eleventh Super Bowl played in Miami, breaking a joint record of ten with New Orleans for number of Super Bowls hosted in an individual city.

The defending National Football Conference (NFC) and Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks returned to the game - the second time since 2013 it had won back-to-back NFC titles, and its fifth NFC championship in that same span - to defeat the American Football Conference (AFC) champion Tennessee Titans, appearing in their second Super Bowl in franchise history and first in exactly twenty years. The Seahawks defeated the Titans 45-9. Seahawks rookie receiver Van Jefferson, who caught a touchdown pass amid his fifteen receptions for 214 yards and returned the first-ever punt for a touchdown in Super Bowl history, was named Super Bowl MVP. With the victory, the Seahawks earned their fourth Super Bowl championship and third in four years, all under head coach Pete Carroll. It would be Carroll's final game as Seahawks head coach, with him announcing his retirement after the game.