The National Football League awards the winning club of the league’s annual championship game, the Super Bowl, with a ring known as the Super Bowl ring.
The Super Bowl ring offers a collectible keepsake for the actual players and team members to keep for themselves as a reminder of their triumph because only one Vince Lombardi Trophy is given to the team (ownership) itself. Rings are also presented to the Super Bowl runner-up team.
Teams who win the AFC or NFC championships also give their players rings. The NFL also pays all players for the postseason as long as they have played in at least three games on their club’s active or inactive list.
Starting players, backups, and injured players all receive the same amount of money for the playoffs on the same team.
Who has the most Super Bowl ring?
The most championship Super Bowl ring (8) has been won by Bill Belichick, who is currently the head coach of the New England Patriots.
He is the head coach of the New England Patriots and won six rings during his tenure, and as the defensive coordinator for the New York Giants, he won two rings during his tenure.
Tom Brady, who won the seventh championship in Super Bowl 55, now has more rings than any other player in NFL history.