Here’s what the Patriots’ Super Bowl rings look like

They are the biggest in NFL history.

New Englands Patriots Super Bowl LIII championship ring. Jostens

The Super Bowl-champion Patriots finally got their bling.

New England players, coaches, team executives and staff were given a nice break from minicamp and received their Super Bowl LIII championship rings on Thursday night at a private party hosted by owner Robert Kraft at his residence.

Quarterback Tom Brady, who is the only NFL player to ever win six Super Bowls, was pictured on the Patriots’ official Twitter account flashing the latest ring to his collection. Coach Bill Belichick and tight end Rob Gronkowski were also seen showing off their new jewelry.

The Super Bowl LIII rings are the largest in NFL history, according to Jostens, a provider of custom, hand-crafted fine jewelry for professional sports teams.


The rings are made up of white gold and 422 diamonds. Other features include the inscription “still here,” the game’s final score (13-3), the player’s name, and their respective uniform number encrusted in diamonds. Inside the ring, an inscription reads “we are all Patriots,” along with Kraft’s signature.

The Patriots’ logo sits between six Lombardi trophies, set with a total of 123 diamonds. Seventy-six diamonds also surround the edges of the ring. Finally, there are 20 blue sapphires, which represent the team’s 20 AFC East division championships.