Chiefs Reveal Super Bowl LVIII Championship Rings That Include 529 Diamonds And 38 Rubies

The Kansas City Chiefs have begun on their quest for becoming the first team in NFL history to 3-peat as Super Bowl champions, but on Thursday night, the team had one big event to celebrate their 2023 title one last time.

The Chiefs have received and unveiled their Super Bowl LVIII championship rings, marking Kansas City’s second-consecutive title and third ring in five seasons.

According to the Chiefs’ website, each ring contains 505 round diamonds, 19 baguette diamonds, five marquise diamonds, 38 custom-cut genuine rubies and 14.8 total carats.

“Earning back-to-back Super Bowl championships is an incredibly difficult and rare feat. It helps define legacies for franchises, coaches, players, and is a testament to the commitment and dedication that is required from everyone in the organization,” Chiefs President Mark Donovan said on Thursday. “We have long trusted Jostens to help share the stories of our championship seasons through their beautiful ring designs, and this year is no different. This incredible piece of wearable art is a true symbol of the journey that the team took to secure the franchise’s fourth Lombardi Trophy, and we couldn’t be prouder to represent Chiefs Kingdom as champions once again.”


The Chiefs begin their quest for a three-peat on Sept. 5th against the Baltimore Ravens in a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship Game.