- 1966 Super Bowl I Championship Ring
- 1967 Super Bowl II Championship Ring
- 1996 Super Bowl XXXI Championship Ring
- 2010 Super Bowl XLV Championship Ring
- 4 Rings Wooden Display Box
Packers and their Super Bowl rings
The Green Bay Packers have won four Super Bowls, winning the first two Super Bowls when it was named the World Championship Game. During the 1966 season in a game that is now referred to as Super Bowl I, Bart Starr earned Super Bowl MVP honors after leading the Packers over the AFL’s Kansas City Chiefs, 35-10. The Packers repeated at Super Bowl II in Vince Lombardi’s final game with Green Bay, defeating the Oakland Raiders by a score of 33-14. Starr was also named MVP.
29 years later in 1996, led by coach Mike Holmgren, quarterback Brett Favre, and defensive end Reggie White, the Packers defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI, 35-21, thanks in part to Desmond Howard’s MVP kick returning performance. The Packers returned the following year at Super Bowl XXXII, but lost to the Denver Broncos, 31-24.
In 2010, the Packers sneaked into the playoffs as a wildcard team and defeated all NFC opponents. The Packers would go on to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers at Super Bowl XLV to win Green Bay’s 13th world championship and fourth Super Bowl. Behind the arm of Aaron Rodgers, the Super Bowl MVP completed 24 of 39 passes for 304 yards and three touchdown passes.