- Jostens (a company that likely made your high school class ring) created the first Super Bowl championship ring with Vince Lombardi in 1967.
- At size 25, William “The Refrigerator” Perry—who received a ring in Super Bowl XX playing for the Chicago Bears—has the largest size ever for a Super Bowl ring.
- The ring company is not allowed to make any replicas under any circumstances unless requested by the team itself. Even then, the design cannot be the exact same.
- The NFL will cover up to $5,000 of each of the rings value up to 150 rings for each team. Either the team or manufacturer covers the remaining amount.
- Neal Dahlen has the most Super Bowl rings with seven: five with the San Francisco 49ers (staff and player personnel) and two with the Denver Broncos (general manager). With five rings, Charles Haley is the most decorated player; he has three rings with the 49ers and two with the Dallas Cowboys.
- A Super Bowl ring that was lost for 40 years was returned to New York Jets center John Schmitt in 2011.