48 Mind Blowing Photos Of Every Super Bowl Ring Ever

Super Bowl XLIX is this Sunday, and the champions will be awarded the crown jewel of the NFL, the Super Bowl ring.

1. Super Bowl I – Green Bay Packers

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Jan. 15, 1967 – Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA.

Kansas City Chiefs – 10

Green Bay Packers – 35

2. Super Bowl II – Green Bay Packers

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Jan. 14, 1968 – Orange Bowl, Miami, FL.

Green Bay Packers – 33

Oakland Raiders – 14

3. Super Bowl III – New York Jets

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Jan. 12, 1969 – Orange Bowl, Miami, FL.

New York Jets – 16

Baltimore Colts – 7

4. Super Bowl IV – Kansas City Chiefs

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Jan. 11, 1970 – Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, LA.

Minnesota Vikings – 7

Kansas City Chiefs – 23

5. Super Bowl V – Baltimore Colts

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Jan. 17, 1971 – Orange Bowl, Miami, FL.

Baltimore Colts – 16

Dallas Cowboys – 13

6. Super Bowl VI – Dallas Cowboys

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Jan. 16, 1972 – Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, LA.

Dallas Cowboys – 24

Miami Dolphins – 3

7. Super Bowl VII – Miami Dolphins

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Jan. 14, 1973 – Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA.

Miami Dolphins – 14

Washington Redskins – 7

8. Super Bowl VIII – Miami Dolphins

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Jan. 13, 1974 – Rice Stadium, Houston, TX.

Minnesota Vikings – 7

Miami Dolphins – 24

9. Super Bowl IX – Pittsburgh Steelers

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Jan. 12, 1975 – Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, LA.

Pittsburgh Steelers – 16

Minnesota Vikings – 6

10. Super Bowl X – Pittsburgh Steelers

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Jan. 18, 1976 – Orange Bowl, Miami, FL.

Dallas Cowboys – 17

Pittsburgh Steelers – 21

11. Super Bowl XI – Oakland Raiders

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Jan. 9, 1977 – Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA.

Oakland Raiders – 32

Minnesota Vikings – 14

12. Super Bowl XII – Dallas Cowboys

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Jan. 15, 1978 – Superdome, New Orleans, LA.

Dallas Cowboys – 27

Denver Broncos – 10

13. Super Bowl XIII – Pittsburgh Steelers

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Jan. 21, 1979 – Orange Bowl, Miami, FL.

Pittsburgh Steelers – 35

Dallas Cowboys – 31

14. Super Bowl XIV – Pittsburgh Steelers

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Jan. 20, 1980 – Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA.

Los Angeles Rams – 19

Pittsburgh Steelers – 31

15. Super Bowl XV – Oakland Raiders

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Jan. 25, 1981 – Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA.

Oakland Raiders – 27

Philadelphia Eagles – 10

16. Super Bowl XVI – San Francisco 49ers

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Jan. 24, 1982 – Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, MI.

San Francisco 49ers – 26

Cincinnati Bengals – 21

17. Super Bowl XVII – Washington Redskins

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Jan, 30, 1983 – Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA.

Miami Dolphins – 17

Washington Redskins – 27

18. Super Bowl XVIII – Los Angeles Raiders

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Jan. 22, 1984 – Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL.

Washington Redskins – 9

Los Angeles Raiders – 38

19. Super Bowl XIX – San Francisco 49ers

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Jan. 20, 1985 – Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto, CA

Miami Dolphins – 16

San Francisco 49ers – 38

20. Super Bowl XX – Chicago Bears

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Jan. 26, 1986 – Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA.

Chicago Bears – 46

New England Patriots – 10

21. Super Bowl XXI – New York Giants

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Jan. 25, 1987 – Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA.

Denver Broncos – 20

New York Giants – 39

22. Super Bowl XXII – Washington Redskins

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Jan. 31, 1988 – Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, CA.

Washington Redskins – 42

Denver Broncos – 10

23. Super Bowl XXIII – San Francisco 49ers

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Jan. 22, 1989 – Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, FL.

Cincinnati Bengals – 16

San Francisco 49ers – 20

24. Super Bowl XXIV – San Francisco 49ers

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Jan. 28, 1990 – Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA.

San Francisco 49ers – 55

Denver Broncos – 10

25. Super Bowl XXV – New York Giants

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Jan. 27, 1991 – Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL.

Buffalo Bills – 19

New York Giants – 20

26. Super Bowl XXVI – Washington Redskins

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Jan. 26, 1992 – Metrodome, Minneapolis, MN.

Washington Redskins – 37

Buffalo Bills – 24

27. Super Bowl XXVII – Dallas Cowboys

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Jan. 31, 1993 – Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA.

Buffalo Bills – 17

Dallas Cowboys – 52

28. Super Bowl XXVIII – Dallas Cowboys

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Jan. 30, 1994 – Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GA.

Dallas Cowboys – 30

Buffalo Bills – 13

29. Super Bowl XXIX – San Francisco 49ers

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Jan. 29, 1995 – Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, FL.

San Diego Chargers – 26

San Francisco 49ers – 49

30. Super Bowl XXX

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Jan. 28, 1996 – Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, AZ.

Dallas Cowboys – 27

Pittsburgh Steelers – 17

31. Super Bowl XXI – Green Bay Packers

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Jan. 26, 1997 – Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA.

New England Patriots – 21

Green Bay Packers – 35

32. Super Bowl XXXII – Denver Broncos

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Jan. 25, 1998 – Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA.

Green Bay Packers – 24

Denver Broncos – 31

33. Super Bowl XXXIII – Denver Broncos

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Jan. 31, 1999 – Pro Player Stadium, Miami, FL.

Denver Broncos – 34

Atlanta Falcons – 19

34. Super Bowl XXXIV – St. Louis Rams

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Jan. 30, 2000 – Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GA.

St. Louis Rams – 23

Tennessee Titans – 16

35. Super Bowl XXXV – Baltimore Ravens

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Jan. 28, 2001 – Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL.

Baltimore Ravens – 34

New York Giants – 7

36. Super Bowl XXXVI – New England Patriots

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Feb. 3, 2002 – Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA.

St. Louis Rams – 17

New England Patriots – 20

37. Super Bowl XXXVII – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Jan. 26, 2003 – Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA.

Oakland Raiders – 21

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 48

38. Super Bowl XXXVIII – New England Patriots

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Feb. 1, 2004 – Reliant Stadium, Houston, TX.

Carolina Panthers – 29

New England Patriots – 32

39. Super Bowl XXXIX – New England Patriots

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Feb. 6, 2005 – Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville, FL.

New England Patriots – 24

Philadelphia Eagles – 21

40. Super Bowl XL – Pittsburgh Steelers

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Feb. 5, 2006 – Ford Field, Detroit, MI.

Seattle Seahawks – 10

Pittsburgh Steelers – 21

41. Super Bowl XLI – Indianapolis Colts

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Feb. 4, 2007 – Dolphin Stadium, Miami, FL.

Indianapolis Colts – 29

Chicago Bears – 17

42. Super Bowl XLII – New York Giants

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Feb. 3, 2008 – U. of Phoenix Stadium. Glendale, AZ.

New York Giants – 17

New England Patriots – 14

43. Super Bowl XLIII – Pittsburgh Steelers

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Feb. 1, 2009 – Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL.

Pittsburgh Steelers – 27

Arizona Cardinals – 23

44. Super Bowl XLIV – New Orleans Saints

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Feb. 7, 2010 – Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL.

New Orleans Saints – 31

Indianapolis Colts – 17

45. Super Bowl XLV – Green Bay Packers

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Feb. 6, 2011 – Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX.

Green Bay Packers – 31

Pittsburgh Steelers – 25

46. Super Bowl XLVI – New York Giants

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Feb. 5, 2012 – Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN.

New York Giants – 21

New England Patriots – 17

47. Super Bowl XLVII – Baltimore Ravens

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Feb. 3, 2013 – Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA.

Baltimore Ravens – 34

San Francisco 49ers – 31

48. Super Bowl XLVIII – Seattle Seahawks

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Feb. 2, 2014 – Metlife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ.

Seattle Seahawks – 43

Denver Broncos – 8

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