The first ever Super Bowl was played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 15th, 1967, when it was known as the AFL-NFL World Championship Game. The contest did not formally adopt the Super Bowl name until Super Bowl 3 in 1969.
The game was between the National Football League champions, the Green Bay Packers, and the American Football League champions, the Kansas City Chiefs. The Packers won, defeating the Chiefs 35-10, and Green Bay quarterback Bart Starr was named MVP.
It is the only Super Bowl to have been simulcast by two networks, as NBC had the rights to televise AFL games and CBS held the broadcast rights to NFL games. The LA Coliseum has only hosted the Super Bowl twice, the second time being Super Bowl 7 in 1973.