If the Patriots win Super Bowl LIII, Bill Belichick, 66, will break the existing record for oldest coach to win a championship.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick made history as the oldest coach to ever win the Super Bowl when his team beat the Rams on Sunday.
Former Giants coach Tom Coughlin was 65 when his team beat Bill Belichick's Patriots 21–17 in Super Bowl XLVI on Feb. 5, 2012. Belichick, 66, broke Coughlin's record with a win over Los Angeles in Super Bowl LIII.
Coughlin was in his eighth season in New York when the Giants won their second Super Bowl in five years. He spent the next four seasons with the team before resigning in early January 2016.
Following his resignation as head coach of the Giants, Coughlin joined the Jacksonville Jaguars where he currently serves as executive vice president of football operations.
Buffalo's Marv Levy is the oldest coach to reach the Super Bowl. Levy was 68 when he coached the Bills in the Super Bowl for the final time.