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Super Bowl coin toss results, Super Bowl coin toss stats and Super Bowl coin flip odds with a heads or tails betting history.

In Super Bowl 56, the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. The 2022 Super Bowl 56 coin toss result was heads. The Cincinnati Bengals successfully called heads (-105) as the opening toss and elected to kick. 

Below, find the complete Super Bowl 56 coin toss betting breakdown and check back for fresh odds and updates ahead of 2023s Super Bowl 57 in Glendale, Arizona.

The Super Bowl isn’t just a game, it’s an event. One of the best parts of the Super Bowl event every year is the crazy number of prop bets available for the average bettor. You can bet on niche props like the national anthem runtime or what color of Gatorade will be poured on the winning coach, but the pregame Super Bowl coin toss is always a massive draw because there is no true edge.

Whether you’re a seasoned professional bettor or making your first visit to a Super Bowl betting site, you’re not missing out on any edge for the Super Bowl coin toss bet. It’s a great way to start your Super Bowl prop betting night, check if luck is on your side, and if you’re looking for advice on what way to bet: Tails never fails.

What Are Coin Toss Odds For Super Bowl 56?

Result of Coin Toss For Super Bowl 56
Option Odds
Heads -105
Tails -105

Odds as of February 13 at Bovada

Super Bowl 56 Result: Heads -105

What Is A Coin Toss Prop Bet?

Short for proposition, a prop is a bet that doesn’t necessarily correlate with the final outcome of the game. The coin flip is a perfect example of a fun or exotic prop, because it relies less on data and stats and more on chance.

You don’t have to check ATS standings or betting trends as you would for your moneyline bets or player props. Plus, teams that win the toss don’t always win the Super Bowl. For example, last year at Super Bowl 55, the Kansas City Chiefs won the toss but lost the game to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Super Bowl Coin Toss Stats

While some NFL and Super Bowl bets require intense research, I’m sure you already know how a coin toss works. It’s simple, you either pick HEADS or TAILS. That’s it. There’s a 50-50 chance that the coin lands on what you picked.

You don’t have to factor in an NFL player’s past performance or coaching decisions. You can, however, look at historical data and we cover that below.

Coin Toss Winner

There is no clear favorite for this bet since there is a 50-50 chance of winning for each side. If you put $50 on HEADS and that’s how the coin lands, with -110 odds you’d get a payout of $95.45  – your original $50 is returned along with your winnings of $45.45.

The same wager on a winning TAILS bet would net you the exact same payout since the Super Bowl coin flip odds are identical. To know how much you’d win based on the odds and amount of money you bet, check out our Odds Calculator.

Super Bowl Coin Toss Betting History

Since the first Super Bowl, HEADS has come up 26 times and TAILS 29 times. In the last 10 Super Bowls, tails also has the edge with six victories. I told you tails never fails (except for when it does).

You can lock in a tails bet over at one of our best Super Bowl sportsbooks.

Does The Coin Toss Impact The Super Bowl?

The coin flip can have an impact on the game. Generally, teams that win the coin toss choose to receive the ball but deferring to the second half has become a more popular coin toss trend. When you receive the ball, you get the first scoring chance. Even if you don’t score a touchdown, you can still move the ball downfield enough to get into field-goal range and at least put three points on the board.

Unless, of course, the other team’s defense is that good and you can’t move the ball at all. This is possible considering it’s the Super Bowl and you don’t get there with a subpar defense.

Other Super Bowl 56 Coin Toss Betting Props

The Super Bowl 56 matchup is set, and we have a slate of coin-related props for you to wager on ahead of the big game:

Which Team Will Win The Coin Toss?

What Team Will Win The Coin Toss In Super Bowl 56?
Option Odds
Cincinnati Bengals -105
Los Angeles Rams -105

Odds as of February 13 at Bovada

Super Bowl 56 Result: Bengals -105

Correct Coin Toss Call Odds

Will The Team That Calls The Coin Toss In Super Bowl 56 Be Correct?
Option Odds
Yes -105
No -105

Odds as of February 13 at Bovada

Super Bowl 56 Result: Yes -105

Will The Super Bowl Winner Be The Coin Toss Winner?

Will The Team That Wins The Coin Toss Also Win Super Bowl 56?
Option Odds
Yes -105
No -105

Odds as of February 13 at Bovada

Super Bowl 56 Result: No -105


All-Time Super Bowl Coin Toss Results

Super Bowl # Scores Coin Toss CT Winner Game Winner
Super Bowl 1 Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10 Heads Packers Packers
Super Bowl 2 Green Bay 33, Oakland 14 Tails Raiders Packers
Super Bowl 3 NY Jets 16, Baltimore 7 Heads Jets Jets
Super Bowl 4 Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7 Tails Vikings Chiefs
Super Bowl 5 Baltimore 16, Dallas 13 Tails Cowboys Colts
Super Bowl 6 Dallas 24, Miami 3 Heads Dolphins Cowboys
Super Bowl 7 Miami 14, Washington 7 Heads Dolphins Dolphins
Super Bowl 8 Miami 24, Minnesota 7 Heads Dolphins Dolphins
Super Bowl 9 Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6 Tails Steelers Steelers
Super Bowl 10 Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17 Heads Cowboys Steelers
Super Bowl 11 Oakland 32, Minnesota 14 Tails Raiders Raiders
Super Bowl 12 Dallas 27, Denver 10 Heads Cowboys Cowboys
Super Bowl 13 Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31 Heads Cowboys Steelers
Super Bowl 14 Pittsburgh 31, LA Rams 19 Heads Rams Steelers
Super Bowl 15 Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10 Tails Eagles Raiders
Super Bowl 16 San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21 Tails 49ers 49ers
Super Bowl 17 Washington 27, Miami 17 Tails Dolphins Redskins
Super Bowl 18 LA Raiders 38, Washington 9 Heads Raiders Raiders
Super Bowl 19 San Francisco 38, Miami 16 Tails 49ers 49ers
Super Bowl 20 Chicago 46, New England 10 Tails Bears Bears
Super Bowl 21 NY Giants 39, Denver 20 Tails Broncos Giants
Super Bowl 22 Washington 42, Denver 10 Heads Redskins Redskins
Super Bowl 23 San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16 Tails 49ers 49ers
Super Bowl 24 San Francisco 55, Denver 10 Heads Broncos 49ers
Super Bowl 25 NY Giants 20, Buffalo 19 Heads Bills Giants
Super Bowl 26 Washington 37, Buffalo 24 Heads Redskins Redskins
Super Bowl 27 Dallas 52, Buffalo 17 Heads Bills Cowboys
Super Bowl 28 Dallas 30, Buffalo 13 Tails Cowboys Cowboys
Super Bowl 29 San Francisco 49, San Diego 26 Heads 49ers 49ers
Super Bowl 30 Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17 Tails Cowboys Cowboys
Super Bowl 31 Green Bay 35, New England 21 Heads Patriots Packers
Super Bowl 32 Denver 31, Green Bay 24 Tails Packers Broncos
Super Bowl 33 Denver 34, Atlanta 19 Tails Falcons Broncos
Super Bowl 34 St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16 Tails Rams Rams
Super Bowl 35 Baltimore 34, NY Giants 7 Tails Giants Ravens
Super Bowl 36 New England 20, St. Louis 17 Heads Rams Patriots
Super Bowl 37 Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21 Tails Buccaneers Buccaneers
Super Bowl 38 New England 32, Carolina 29 Tails Panthers Patriots
Super Bowl 39 New England 24, Philadelphia 21 Tails Eagles Patriots
Super Bowl 40 Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10 Tails Seahawks Steelers
Super Bowl 41 Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17 Heads Bears Colts
Super Bowl 42 NY Giants 17, New England 14 Tails Giants Giants
Super Bowl 43 Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23 Heads Cardinals Steelers
Super Bowl 44 New Orleans 31, Indianapolis 17 Heads Saints Saints
Super Bowl 45 Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 17 Heads Packers Packers
Super Bowl 46 NY Giants 21, New England 17 Heads Patriots Giants
Super Bowl 47 Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31 Heads Ravens Ravens
Super Bowl 48 Seattle 43, Denver 8 Tails Seahawks Seahawks
Super Bowl 49 New England 28, Seattle 24 Tails Seahawks Patriots
Super Bowl 50 Denver 24, Carolina 10 Tails Panthers Broncos
Super Bowl 51 New England 34, Atlanta 28 (OT) Tails Falcons Patriots
Super Bowl 52 Philadelphia 41, New England 33   Heads Patriots Eagles
Super Bowl 53 New England 13,  LA Rams 3 Tails Rams Patriots
Super Bowl 54 Kansas City 31, San Francisco 20 Tails 49ers Chiefs
Super Bowl 55 Tampa Bay 31, Kansas City 9 Heads Chiefs Buccaneers
Super Bowl 56 Los Angeles 23, Cincinnati 20 Heads Bengals Rams

Super Bowl Coin Toss FAQ

Can I bet on the Super Bowl coin toss?

Yes, you can bet on the Super Bowl coin toss. Our best Super Bowl prop bet sites accept wagers on the Super Bowl coin toss. You can bet on whether the Super Bowl coin toss will be heads or tails, or if the team that wins the coin toss will also go on to win the Super Bowl.

I missed betting on the Super Bowl coin toss. What can I bet on next?

Don’t worry if you missed out betting on the Super Bowl coin toss. There are still plenty of other Super Bowl betting options as far as what you can wager on next. For example, you can still bet on Super Bowl halftime props. You can even still wager on the color of the Super Bowl Gatorade shower.

What are the Super Bowl coin toss odds?

The Super Bowl 56 matchup is all set, which means you can find the best Super Bowl coin toss odds to bet on. Since the Super Bowl coin toss odds are 50/50, you can usually find a Super Bowl coin toss line at -105 or -110 at our best Super Bowl betting sites online.

What’s the history of the Super Bowl coin toss?

Throughout the history of the Super Bowl, dating all the way back to Super Bowl 1 in 1967 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in California, the Super Bowl coin toss has landed on Heads a total of 26 times compared to Tails which has come up a total of 29 times.

Where is the best place to place a bet on the Super Bowl coin toss?

The best place to place a bet on the Super Bowl coin toss is the Bovada online sportsbook. Bodog, BetOnline, Eveygame, Betsafe, Sports Interaction, Betway, and PowerPlay are also great places to make bets on the Super Bowl coin toss. As far as online sportsbooks go, these are the best bookmakers to make Super Bowl coin toss bets.