The AHSAA Super Six Championships are the annual football championships for all six classes of the Alabama High School Athletics Association. Since 1996 all 6 championship games have been scheduled to coincide on one field during one weekend. Before the "Super 6", only the 6A championship was held at Birmingham's Legion Field while other classes played at individual high schools. Beginning in 2009 the Super Six began alternating between Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa and Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn.
- Class 1A: The Maplesville High School Red Devils (13-1) defeated the Cedar Bluff School Tigers (13-2), 59 to 24.
- Class 2A: The Fyffe High School Red Devils (15-0) defeated the Aliceville High School Yellowjackets (13-2), 28 to 0.
- Class 3A: The Piedmont High School Bulldogs (15-0) defeated the Mobile Christian High School Leopards (13-2), 22 to 12.
- Class 4A: The Handley High School Tigers (13-2) defeated the Madison Academy Mustangs (11-4), 30 to 7.
- Class 5A: The Beauregard High School Hornets (13-1) defeated the Wenonah High School Dragons (11-3), 33 to 13.
- Class 6A: The Ramsay High School Rams (13-2) defeated the Opelika High School Bulldogs (13-2), 21 to 16.
- Class 7A: The Hoover High School Buccaneers (12-2) defeated the McGill-Toolen Catholic High School Yellow Jackets (13-1), 17 to 7.
- Class 1A: The Maplesville High School Red Devils (13-1) defeated the Cedar Bluff School Tigers (13-2), 59 to 24.
- Class 2A: The Elba High School Tigers (14-1) defeated the Fyffe High School Red Devils (13-2), 36 to 22.
- Class 3A: The Piedmont High School Bulldogs (14-1) defeated the Bayside Academy Admirals (11-4), 44 to 7.
- Class 4A: The Leeds High School Green Wave (13-2) defeated the Fayette County High School Tigers (10-5), 55 to 7.
- Class 5A: The St Paul's Episcopal School Saints (13-2) defeated the Mortimer Jordan High School Blue Devils (13-2), 41 to 26.
- Class 6A: The Spanish Fort High School Toros (15-0) defeated the Clay-Chalkville High School Cougars (14-1), 31 to 28.
- Class 7A: The McGill-Toolen Catholic High School Yellow Jackets (13-1) defeated the Spain Park High School Jaguars (12-2), 14 to 12.
- Class 1A: Brantley High School (15-0) defeated Marion County High School (13-2), 33 to 0
- Class 2A: Tanner High School (14-0) defeated Washington County High School (13-2), 28 to 14
- Class 3A: Madison Academy (13-2) defeated Fayette County High School (12-3), 31 to 7
- Class 4A: UMS-Wright (13-2) defeated Oneonta High School (14-1), 42 to 14
- Class 5A: Spanish Fort (14-1) defeated McAdory High School (14-1), 45 to 14
- Class 6A: Hoover High School (15-0) defeated Opelika High School (10-5), 31 to 0
Attendance for the 6A title game was estimated at about 36,000.
- Class 1A: Marion County High School defeated Lindon High School, 23-12
- Class 2A: Elba High School defeated Tanner High School, 34 to 14
- Class 3A: Handley High School defeated Madison Academy, 20 to 14
- Class 4A: Jackson High School defeated Oneonta High School, 42 to 28
- Class 5A: Hartselle High School defeated Vigor High School, 13 to 3
- Class 6A: Prattville High School defeated Hoover High School, 35 to 34
- Class 1A: Sweet Water High School reclaimed the 1A championship by defeating R. A. Hubbard High School, 36-0
- Class 2A: Leroy High School won the 2A championship by defeating Reeltown High School, 34-7
- Class 3A: Leeds High School returned as champions in the 3A bracket, defeating Hamilton High School 42-32
- Class 4A: Thomasville HIgh School won the 4A championship by defeating Deshler High School, 59-34
- Class 5A: Spanish Fort High School clained the 5A title over Briarwood Christian School, 14-0
- Class 6A: Daphne High School won the 6A crown by besting Hoover High School, 7-6
- A goal line stand in the final minutes gave the Trojans a 7-6 victory over the reigning Hoover Bucs. Michael Pierce, a Daphne linebacker, made 10 tackles and was named MVP of the championship.
- Class 1A: Brantley High School brought home the 1A crown, besting Hackleburgh High School, 28-13
- Class 2A: Reeltown High School broke Leroy's streak for the 2A title, winning 16-8
- Class 3A: Piedmont High School was the champion of the 3A bracket, defeating Cordova High School 35-28 in overtime
- Class 4A: Cherokee County HIgh School won the 4A championship, beating Jackson High School 31-27
- Class 5A: Demopolis High School clained the 5A title, besting Russellville High School 27-14
- Class 6A: Hoover High School won the 6A crown, beating Prattville High School 28-14
- Class 1A: Sweet Water High School defeated Speake High School by a score of 42 to 0 on claiming their third consecutive 1A championship.
- MVP fullback Johnny Locket rushed for 171 yards on 17 carries with two touchdowns for the Bulldogs. The Speake Bobcats were held to 91 yards of total offense.
- Class 2A: Leroy High School defeated Sulligent High by a score of 41 to 8 to claim a fourth straight 2A championship.
- Bears reserve Justin Besteda scored on a Super Six record 98-yard run from scrimmage to cap a four touchdown fourth quarter. Quarterback Clint Moseley was 15 of 27 for 272 yard and two touchdowns and was named MVP of the game.
- Class 3A: Leeds High School defeated reigning champs Cordova by a score of 38 to 21 to remain undefeated for the year.
- Cordova running back Tim Simon amassed 180 yards on the ground with a touchdown, but Green Wave quarterback Rush Perkins carried the ball 17 times for Leeds, racking up 145 yards and three touchdowns. He also passed for another TD and was named game MVP.
- Class 4A: UMS-Wright High School defeated Cherokee County High School by a score of 41 to 7.
- MVP Brock Reaves caught eight passes for 232 yards and a touchdown while rusher Chris Dukes racked up 164 yards on the ground and two more scores for the Bulldogs.
- Class 5A: Vigor High School defeated Russelville High School 50-30.
- The Wolves amassed a Super Six record 480 yards on the ground, led by MVP Ken Houston's 180 yards and three touchdowns.
- Class 6A: Prattville High defeated Hoover High School by a score of 16 to 13 to win a third straight championship.
- The Lions' only touchdown came on a 72-yard interception return by Nick Perry. MVP Brian Egan kicked three field goals. Hoover's Dylan Breeding missed the last of his three attempts, which would have tied the game on the last play.
- Class 1A: Sweet Water High School defeated Talladega County-Central High School by a score of 42 to 7 on December 6, 2007, remaining the Class 1A champion.
- MVP Anthony Landrum rushed for 212 yards and 3 touchdowns while the Bulldogs held Talladega County to 108 yards of total offense.
- The Bears won their third straight championship by rallying from a 13-20 deficit by holding Fyffe to 15 yards in the 4th quarter. QB Clint Mosely finished the day 17 for 27 for 243 yards and three touchdowns. Fyffe's Kyle Greeson led all rushers with 106 yards in the losing effort.
- Class 3A: Cordova High School defeated Clay County High School by a score of 21 to 13 on December 8, 2007.
- The Blue Devils snapped Clay County's streak of two consecutive championships with gritty efforts on both sides of the ball. MVP Tim Simon scored twice and rushed for 142 yards, including a 28-yard surge in which he broke 5 tackles to get within the 10-yard line.
- Class 4A: Central-Tuscaloosa County High School defeated Deshler High School by a score of 34 to 7 on December 6, 2007.
- MVP Jeremy Williams led the 15-0 Falcons to 28 unanswered points in the first half after Deshler opened the scoring on a 14-yard touchdown pass to tight end Coleman Miller. Central's Demario Pippen finished with 108 yards on 13 carries. He also had a 51-yard kickoff return. The Falcons closed out the first half with an interception grabbed by Jonathan Edwards at Central's 21 yard line. He lateraled to Trevon Lawson who ran it in for the score.
- Class 5A: Saint Paul's Episcopal School defeated Briarwood Christian High School by a score of 14 to 13 on December 7, 2007.
- Briarwood's Walker May returned two blocked punts for touchdowns, but it wasn't enough as the Saints blocked the Lions' extra point to preserve their first championship victory. Mark Barron won MVP honors by rushing for 97 yards on offense and grabbing an interception to go with 6 tackles on defense.
- Class 6A: Prattville High defeated Spain Park High School by a score of 14 to 0 on December 8, 2007.
- The Lions held the Jaguars' vaunted run game to 31 yards to win their 2nd straight championship in a shutout. Backup running back Jerrod Williams racked up 120 yards and scored the game's only two touchdowns to earn MVP honors.
- Class 1A: Sweet Water High School (13-1) defeated Cedar Bluff High School (13-2) by a score of 48 to 0.
- Dominic Holt scored on three short runs and Antonio Landrum caught two TD passes in the 2nd quarter and ran in another in the 3rd to power Sweet Water in the shutout.
- Class 2A: Leroy High School (13-2) defeated Woodland High School (12-3) by a score of 12 to 7.
- Trae Brown completed a 64 yard drive with an 11 yard pass to Brandon Nunn to open scoring in the 2nd quarter. Leroy got on the board with a 76-yard fumble return. Rusher Ronald Bracy added another 6 with a 6 yard run to cap a 75 yard drive in the 3rd. Leroy's defense picked off three passes late to seal the victory.
- Class 3A: Pike County High School (14-1) defeated Clay County High School (14-1) by a score of 44 to 14.
- James Jackson had a 21 yard rush, a 46 yard reception, and a 46 yard interception return to lead Pike County. Darrell Reynolds scored on a 5 yard run and kicked a 26 yard field goal and Kevin Marshall caught one of Tobias Lee's 3 touchdown passes to wrap up the scoring for Pike County.
- Class 4A: Guntersville High School (14-1) defeated Thomasville High School (13-2) by a score of 28 to 27.
- Chaz Rogers three three touchdowns to three different receivers, but Josh Gunther's 2-yard run with 5:50 remaining gave Guntersville the narrow victory. All of Thomasville's points came from the rushing game as James White scored twice in the first half and Alex Buford and Jake Overstreet found the end zone in the second.
- Class 5A: Athens High School (12-3) defeated Eufala High School (14-1) by a score of 10 to 7.
- Karlos Jones' 3 yard run capped off a 74 yard drive in the 1st quarter, which was answered by a 91 yard drive by Eufala, with Xavier Crews punching it in from the 5. Matt Jackson's 23 yard field goal at the end of the half gave Athen's the lead and wrapped up the scoring.
- Class 6A: Prattville High School (15-0) defeated Hoover High School (13-2) by a score of 35 to 21.
- Justin Albert scored three touchdowns, one on a 64 yard run, to lead Prattville. Zach Brownell opened the scoring on an 11-yard return of a blocked punt, and Dekendrick Moncrief caught a 7-yard pass from Larry Smith at the end of the 1st half to round out the winning score. For Hoover, Ross Wilson scored on a 7 yard keeper and Dennis King found the end zone twice, once with 32 seconds left to narrow the margin.
- Class 1A: Brantley High School (13-2) defeated Addison High School (14-1) by a score of 21 to 12.
- Brantley took an early 12-0 lead on a 75 yard James Pittman run and a 24 yard Shane Corley reception from QB Edger Walker. Addison held them scoreless through the second half, with Caleb Parker catching a 4 yard Jake Gilliand pass and later running it in from 2 yards out. Blake Turner caught the last TD with 10:00 remaining to provide the final score.
- Class 2A: Clay County High School (14-1) defeated Southern Choctaw High School by a score of 31 to 0.
- Lanell Wilson rushed for two touchdowns, one an 89 yard kickoff return to start the second half and Chase Horn threw two more scores to Ross Cotney. Win Knight made a 20-yard field goal in the 2nd quarter to cap off the shutout.
- Class 3A: Pike County High School (15-0) defeated Cherokee County High School (13-2) by a score of 10 to 6.
- Pike County's defense controlled the game, holding Cherokee to one touchdown, a 25 yard pass from Zach Morgan to Damion Chambers and scoring all 10 of Pike's points on a 2nd quarter safety and 4th quarter interception return of 70 yards by Tim Isaac.
- Class 4A: UMS-Wright High School (15-0) defeated Deshler High School (12-3) by a score of 42 to 16.
- Michael Scoot threw three TD passes and Rashod Bumpers rushed for two to lead UMS-Wright to victory. Raphael Hogan had a 54 yard run from scrimmage and a 55 yard fumble recovery for Deshler.
- Class 5A: Homewood High School (15-0) defeated Buckhorn High School (13-2) by a score of 45 to 13.
- Steve Freeman had four rushing touchdowns for Homewood and Austin Hubbard threw for two to lead the Patriot's offensive showcase. Blake East threw for both of Buckhorn's scores in the loss.
- Class 6A: Hoover High School defeated Daphne High School by a score of 56 to 14.
- Ross Wilson ran for two scores and threw for two more to lead Hoover. Meanwhile the Bucs defense blocked recovered two blocked punts in the end zone to pile up a 35-0 halftime score. Daphne score twice in the third quarter on a 70 yard Phillip Hardy run and a 22 yard pass form Chris Lambeth to Riche Henderson, but Hoover stayed with them with two touchdowns in 20 seconds in the 4th quarter.
The 2004 Super Six was played at the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium.
- Class 1A: Sweet Water High School (13-2) defeated R. A. Hubbard High School (14-1) by a score of 35 to 7.
- Anthony Landrum led the Bulldogs with four rushing scores.
- Class 2A: Woodland High School vs. Leroy High School
- Class 3A: Oneonta High School (15-0) defeated Winfield High School (14-1) by a score of 28 to 21.
- Miguel Hurtado had three rushing TDs for the Redskins, two in the final quarter of the comeback win.
- Class 4A: Demopolis High School defeated Deshler High School (14-1) by a score of 35 to 21.
- Devin Goodwin accounted for 29 of the Tigers' points as he threw four touchdowns and kicked 5 extra points.
- Class 5A: Homewood High School (14-1) defeated Russellville High School (13-2) by a score of 35 to 21.
- Austin Hubbard scored three TDs on the ground and threw a 74-yard strike to Tim Hawthorne to lead the Patriots.
- Class 6A: Hoover High School (15-0) defeated Prattville High School (13-1) by a score of 22 to 7.
- Jared Bryant threw a 69 yard pass to Mason Dueitt and capped a 55-yard drive with a 1 yard run to lead Hoover.
- Class 1A: Parrish High School defeated American Christian High School by a score of 20 to 17.
- Tony Dixon scored twice in the 4th quarter to lead Parrish's comeback win.
- Class 2A: Randolph County High School defeated Luverne High School by a score of 21 to 14.
- Ezekiel Knight returned a punt 77 yards and rushed from 31 yards out to lead Randolph County past Mike DuBose's squad.
- Class 3A: Pike County High School defeated Oneonta High School by a score of 30 to 7.
- Chris Nickson had three rushes and an interception return for Pike County.
- Class 4A: Trinity Presbyterian High School defeated Dreshler High School by a score of 24 to 14.
- Tommy Trott caught two touchdown passes from Rory McKean to lead Trinity in the win.
- Class 5A: Briarwood Christian High School defeated Russellville High School by a score of 31 to 7.
- After an 83 yard run by Russellville's Mauri McCullough, Briarwood took over the game, starting with a 10 yard run by Simeon Castille.
- Class 6A: Hoover High School defeated Daphne High School by a score of 22 to 17.
- John Parker Wilson led Hoover with two touchdown passes.
- Class 1A: Clay County High School 29 - Autaugaville High School 0
- Class 2A: Southern Choctaw High School 12 - Lineville High School 6
- Class 3A: T. R. Miller High School 38 - Colbert County High School 6
- Class 4A: UMS-Wright High School 7 - North Jackson High School 3
- Class 5A: Homewood High School 31 - Russellville High School 28
- Class 6A: Hoover High School 39 - Jefferson Davis High School 29
- Class 1A: Reeltown High School 46 - Notasulga High School 6
- Class 2A: Gordo High School 14 - Leroy High School 7
- Class 3A: Hoke's Bluff High School 23 - Tarrant High School 0
- Class 4A: UMS-Wright High School 28 - Cleburne County High School 12
- Class 5A: Benjamin Russell High School 20 - Homewood High School 13
- Class 6A: Hoover High School 48 - Daphne High School 21
- Class 1A: Hazlewood High School 23 - Reeltown High School 16
- Class 2A: Clay County High School 27 - Pisgah High School 7
- Class 3A: Aliceville High School 50 - Colbert County High School 7
- Class 4A: T. R. Miller High School 28 - Fayette County High School 9
- Class 5A: Homewood High School 41 - Benjamin Russell High School 34 in 5 overtimes
- Class 6A: Hoover High School 28 - Daphne High School 7
- Class 1A: Courtland High School 13 - Brantley High School 10
- Class 2A: Southern Choctaw High School 27 - Lineville High School 7
- Class 3A: Briarwood Christian High School 55 - Lincoln High School 19
- Class 4A: Deshler High School 43 -Jemison High School 20
- Class 5A: Etowah County High School 42 - Williamson High School 26
- Class 6A: Clay-Chalkville High School 30 - Robert E. Lee High School 27
- Class 1A: Brantley High School 24 - Parrish High School 21
- Class 2A: Southern Choctaw High School 16 - Lineville High School 6
- Class 3A: Briarwood Christian School 36 - Randolph County High School 14
- Class 4A: Deshler High School 34 - T. R. Miller High School 6
- Class 5A: Blount County High School 27 - Etowah County High School 20 in overtime
- Class 6A: Vestavia Hills High School 10 - Vigor High School 7
- Class 1A: Billingsley High School 28 - Westbrook Christian School 8
- Class 2A: Luverne High School 51 - Sand Rock High School 14
- Class 3A: Aliceville High School 21 - Colbert County High School 19
- Class 4A: Alexandria High School 24 - Greensboro High School 14
- Class 5A: Blount County High School 21 - Etowah County High School 0
- Class 6A: Tuscaloosa County High School 28 - Benjamin Russell High School 14
- Class 1A: Maplesville High School 45 - Lynn High School 6
- Class 2A: Clay County High School 42 - Lineville High School 0
- Class 3A: Colbert County High School 25 - UMS Wright 19
- Class 4A: Fayette County High School 25 - T. R. Miller High School 7
- Class 5A: Blount County High School 29 - Saks High School 0
- Class 6A: Jefferson Davis High School 28 - Mountain Brook High School 12
- "High school association to play Super 6 championships in Auburn, Tuscaloosa." (April 8, 2009) The Birmingham News
- Football playoff results at AHSAA.com