Super Bowl winners and losers both receive rings. However, the losers' rings are less expensive and are not typically worn. Both teams receive a set amount of rings that they can give to players, coaches, executives and others as they see fit.Know More
Teams also design the rings they receive, and the NFL budgets much more money for the Super Bowl winners' rings. For the 2011 Super Bowl, both teams—the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers—received 150 rings. The winning Packers got $750,000 to make the rings, while the losing Steelers were given $375,000 to make theirs.
Rings usually include the team name, team logo and the Super Bowl number.Learn more about American Football
Super Bowl XLIX was held at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 1, 2015. This game was played between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks.Full Answer >
The Super Bowl airs on either CBS, NBC or Fox. The NFL entered into an agreement with these three networks in 2011 to allow one of them to carry the Super Bowl through the 2023 season before weighing its options again.Full Answer >
The Super Bowl is not held on the same day each year. Since Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003, held at the Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, the Super Bowl has taken place on various dates during the first week of February.Full Answer >
The NFL team owners decide where the Super Bowl will be played, based on the cities that have bid to host the event. The vote between the 32 owners is held about four years in advance.Full Answer >