The New England Patriots, with 2018 Super Bowl LIII championship rings, tying the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most Super Bowl championship rings in NFL record now. The 2018 super bowl ring is New England Patriots 6th championship ring, and these six New England Patriots super bowl rings are all under the leadership of head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady.
So let’s take a look at the Patriots super bowl LIII championship ring firstly and see what’s the differences that might be.
In view of design, It looks very much close to the 2016 Patriots Super Bowl LI championship ring. The same oval shape, white gold, white diamonds, with patriots logo at the center and the word mark of the “world champion” around. But obviously you can tell that this is Patriots 6th championship ring as there are six super bowl trophies at the surface. Of course, in order to make the super bowl LIII ring unique from others patriots super bowl rings, the corners of the top get different geometry surfaces that full of blue or white diamonds. For the two shanks, it shows different contents of this season, just same like previous traditions. This sample is based on the white gold Tom Brady 2018 Super Bowl LIII championship ring, so you can see his number and his name on one of the side. as usual, we will offer Tom Brady super bolw LIII championship ring and the owner kraft super bowl LIII ring as default. you can choose any of them as you like
Julian Edelman is the super bowl MVP and this is his 3rd New England Patriots super bowl ring.
So come back to this game, it was played on February 3, 2019 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. This was the first Super Bowl played at that stadium, and the third one held in Atlanta. Super Bowl LIII was the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in history, eclipsing the previous record of 14–7 held by Super Bowl VII, and the lowest-scoring league championship contest since a 14–0 score was recorded during the 1949 NFL Championship Game. It also marked the first Super Bowl with no touchdowns scored by either team in the first three quarters.