The Super Bowl XLIX champion New York Giants were at the White House on Friday to meet with President Obama. Here, the president poses with Zak DeOssie, Justin Tuck and Eli Manning on the South Lawn at the White House.
In the slides ahead, CBSNews.com takes a look back at some of the past Super Bowl winners at the White House over the past several decades.
Former Chicago Bears Head coach Mike Ditka presents a jersey to President Obama as defensive co-ordinator Buddy Ryan looks on during an event celebrating 1985 Super Bowl champions on October 7, 2011 on the South Lawn of the White House. The team's original White House reception to celebrate its Super Bowl victory was cancelled due to the January 28, 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger crash.
Reagan and the 1987 Giants
President Reagan meets with the New York Giants on Feb. 13, 1987 in East Room of the White House after they won Super Bowl XXI.
Reagan and the 1988 Washington Redskins
President Reagan hosts the 1988 Super Bowl champion Washington Redskins on the White House South Lawn. Reagan is throwing the football to Ricky Sanders.
Clinton and the 1996 Dallas Cowboys
President Bill Clinton holds a Dallas Cowboys jersey presented to him by running back Emmitt Smith bearing Smith's number during a ceremony February 13, 1996 at the White House to honor the Cowboys for their win in Super Bowl XXX.
Clinton and the 1998 Denver Broncos
President Clinton and Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen hold the Vince Lombardi Trophy during a ceremony at the White House on June 16,1998, where the president honored the Super Bowl XXXII champions. Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Terrell Davis is at right.
Bush and the 2001 Ravens
President George W. Bush receives a team jersey from the Baltimore Ravens' Rod Woodson on June 7, 2001 in the East Room of the White House. The Ravens won Super Bowl XXXV.
Bush and the 2002 New England Patriots
President George W. Bush welcomes the 2002 Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots to the Rose Garden of the White House on April 2, 2002. Mr. Bush was presented with a Patriots Jersey by Patriots owner Robert Kraft and coach Bill Belichick.
Bush and the 2005 New England Patriots
New England Patriots' head coach Bill Belichick presents President George W. Bush with a windbreaker during a Rose Garden event to honor the Super Bowl champions on April 13, 2005 at the White House.
Bush and the 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers
President George W. Bush holds an autographed football with Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Casey Hampton while posing for photographs with the entire Steelers team in the East Room of the White House on June 2, 2006.
Bush and the 2007 Indianapolis Colts
President George W. Bush is presented with a jersey from quarterback Peyton Manning and Coach Tony Dungy of the Super Bowl champion Indianapolis Colts on the South Lawn at the White House on April 23, 2007.
Bush and the 2008 New York Giants
Quarterback Eli Manning hands off a souvenir football to President George W. Bush during a event to honor the Super bowl XLII Champion New York Giants on the South Lawn of the White House on April 30, 2008.
Obama and the 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers
President Obama poses with Pittsburgh Steelers Chairman Dan Rooney and Head Coach Mike Tomlin during a picture with the 2009 NFL Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers in the East Room of the White House on May 21, 2009.
Obama and the 2010 New Orleans Saints
President Obama stands alongside quarterback Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson and his family, during an event honoring the 2010 Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints in the East Room at the White House on August 9, 2010.
Obama and the 2011 Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers player Charles Woodson presents President Obama with an ownership share of the team during a ceremony honoring the 2011 Super Bowl Champions on the South Lawn of the White House on August 12, 2011.
Nixon with Starr, Palmer and Kaline
President Richard Nixon poses in the White House with three stars of the sports world on Feb. 13, 1969. His guests from left, were: Quarterback Bart Starr of the Green Bay Packers, Golfer Arnold Palmer and Al Kaline of the Detroit Tigers. The three were in Washington to attend a special sports program at the National Press Club. A year later, Nixon hosted a reception for Starr.