- 1981 Super Bowl XVI Championship Ring
- 1984 Super Bowl XIX Championship Ring
- 1988 Super Bowl XXIII Championship Ring
- 1989 Super Bowl XXIV Championship Ring
- 1994 Super Bowl XXIX Championship Ring
- 2012 NFC Championship Ring
- 2019 NFC Championship Ring
- 7 Rings Wooden Display Box
]The 49ers are arguably one the best Football Team in the NFL History.They have tasted victory in the Super Bowl five times. Below is a quick review of all five of the 49ers superbowl championship rings;
1981 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Championship Ring
Super Bowl 16: 49ers 26, Bengals 21
San Francisco’s first Super Bowl appearance was a success. Led by eventual Super Bowl MVP Joe Montana, the 49ers build a 20-0 lead in the first half against the Bengals. Though Cincinnati made a second-half push, outgaining San Francisco 356-275, it was plagued by four turnovers.
The 49ers needed just a couple Ray Wersching field goals in the fourth quarter to hold off the Bengals for their first title, which came in coach Bill Walsh’s third season.
1984 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Championship Ring
Super Bowl 19: 49ers 38, Dolphins 16
What was a tight game in the first quarter quickly turned into a disaster for the overmatched Dolphins. The 49ers pounded their opponent in their second Super Bowl to the tune of 537 total yards to just 314 for Miami. Montana again was named Super Bowl MVP.
The 1984 49ers followed a 15-1 regular season with this blowout win in the Super Bowl, making them, in our estimation, the second best Super Bowl-winning team in NFL history.
1988 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Championship Ring
Super Bowl 23: 49ers 20, Bengals 16
After three straight seasons in which the 49ers lost in the playoffs, they returned to the big game in what would become Walsh’s final year as coach. To win the Super Bowl, Montana threw a touchdown pass to John Taylor with 39 seconds to play. Wide receiver Jerry Rice, who caught 11 passes for 215 yards and a touchdown, was named Super Bowl MVP.
After one of the best Super Bowls in NFL history, Walsh announced his retirement in the locker room. He left the 49ers with three Super Bowl victories and 10 wins in 14 postseason games. Defensive coordinator George Seifert was promoted to replace him, and San Francisco would go on to win its fourth Super Bowl the following year and cement itself as the team of the 1980s.
1989 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Championship Ring
Super Bowl 24: 49ers 55, Broncos 10
Denver never had a chance in this game. The blowout began in the first quarter, and at one point in the third, the 49ers had a 41-3 lead over the Broncos before John Elway finally got Denver on the board with touchdown. Montana, who passed for 297 yards and 5 touchdowns for a passer rating of 147.6, was named Super Bowl MVP for the third time.
Just behind the 1984 49ers, we ranked this San Francisco squad as the third best Super Bowl-winning team in NFL history.
1994 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Championship Ring
Super Bowl 29: 49ers 49, Chargers 26
This was Steve Young’s moment to shine, and he took advantage. All the QB did was throw a Super Bowl-record six touchdown passes and win the game’s MVP award as San Francisco blew out San Diego.
The 49ers won their division again the next year and made a few more playoff appearances under Steve Mariucci after Seifert left before the 1997 season, but they did not return to the Super Bowl until 2012.