How many diamonds are on a Super Bowl ring?

Marilyn Monroe may have once sung about how diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but there are no gender limitations when it comes to the pursuit of the most precious of stones. In fact, just about anybody in every corner of the planet would like to get their hands on that particular arrangement of atoms if given half a chance.

That is particularly true in celebrity circles, with diamond-encrusted jewelry a go-to option for the great and good of movie, music and sporting industries. In order to stand out from the crowd there, a certain level of ‘bling’ is required.


Nowhere is that more true than within the National Football League, with rings owned considered to be a greater barometer of success in American football than touchdowns scored, rushing yards made or sacks completed.

The race is very much on to secure more platinum bands in 2022-23, with cream once again beginning to rise to the top. The likes of the Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs are fancied by many to go all the way, but momentum is also building behind the Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals.

The latter went all the way to the Super Bowl last season, only to fall at the final hurdle, and Ohio natives are throwing their collective weight behind another bid for a historic triumph. There are now more ways than ever in which to display such support, with BonusFinder on hand to deliver a sportsbook betting app in January 2023 that offers bonuses and promos aplenty to those looking to get a little closer to the action.

Ultimately, the goal for those watching on from afar is the same as those taking to the field any given Sunday, with each passing campaign very much Vince Lombardi Trophy or bust when it comes to NFL action.

Those who are able to get their hands on an iconic piece of silverware will also secure some sparkling new additions to the fingers that made the hoisting aloft of a famous trophy possible. It is always about the rings, and they tend to get bigger and bolder every year.

With that in mind, how many diamonds are piled onto these most sought-after of accessories? Well, there is no definitive answer to that question. That is because each design – which takes four months to make and sees $5,000 per item contributed by the NFL towards construction costs – is unique and is produced by the winning team in question.


For Super Bowl LII, the Eagles went with 127 diamonds as that was the total number of the player jerseys involved in their famous ‘Philly Special’ play. A year earlier and the New England Patriots went with 283 as a nod towards their memorable comeback from 28-3 down against the Atlanta Falcons.

In Super Bowl XLV, the Green Bay Packers included 13 diamonds making up their logo to recognize the number of championships they have claimed, while Super Bowl LV saw Tom Brady and the Buccaneers go to town as they included 319 diamonds to symbolize their 31-9 victory over the Chiefs. That is some serious ‘ice’ and there promises to be plenty more where that came from when orders are put in for 2023.