- Every year, a lucky Super Bowl winner has the honor of announcing to the media „I’m going to Disney World!“ and many of those players follow through.
- From current NFL quarterbacks like Tom Brady and Joe Flacco to retired legends like Hines Ward and Peyton Manning, many big names have kept up with tradition and visited the „Most Magical Place on Earth“ after winning the Super Bowl.
- Check out photos of the last 19 Super Bowl champions to make the trip to Disney World below and read all of INSIDER’s Super Bowl 2019 coverage here.
Kurt Warner — Super Bowl XXXIV
After earning MVP honors at Super Bowl XXXIV, Los Angeles Rams quarterback Kurt Warner told the press „I’m going to Disney World!“ But Warner’s connection to the „Most Magical Place on Earth“ goes beyond Super Bowl championship trips. Each year, he and his wife, Brenda, sponsor a trip to Disney for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.
Trent Dilfer — Super Bowl XXXV
Super Bowl XXXV MVP Ray Lewis was famously not asked to visit Disney World after leading the dominant Baltimore Ravens defense to victory. Instead, it was quarterback Trent Dilfer who received the honors.
Tom Brady — Super Bowl XXXVI
In his first of many Super Bowl appearances, Tom Brady led the New England Patriots past the 14-point favorite Los Angeles Rams for the 20-17 win. He then took a trip to Walt Disney World to celebrate with Mickey Mouse.
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