- 1974 Super Bowl IX Championship Ring
- 1975 Super Bowl X Championship Ring
- 1978 Super Bowl XIII Championship Ring
- 1979 Super Bowl XIV Championship Ring
- 2005 Super Bowl XL Championship Ring
- 2008 Super Bowl XLIII Championship Ring
- 6 Rings Wooden Display Box
Steelers Super Bowl Win History
Winning a Super Bowl is no easy feat. If a team is lucky, good, or a little bit of both, they may advance from their four-game preseason and 16-game regular season to the postseason. The NFL playoffs consist of the wild-card round, the divisional round, the conference championships—and then, hopefully, the Super Bowl.
A lot can happen between August and February. Injuries to key players, drama in the locker room, and shake-ups in coaching staff can throw stumbling blocks into an already grueling season. By the time the Super Bowl rolls around, it is easy to imagine how every player is tired, sore, and mentally drained. The two teams left—staggering but standing—are held together by little more than willpower and trainer’s tape.
The football gods don’t care. After all of that hardship and struggle, a team gets just one chance to make it all worth it. It doesn’t matter how great they were during the regular season and playoffs; if a team plays badly on Super Bowl Sunday, it was all for nothing.
That’s not true in the other three major American sports. In the MLB, the World Series is a best-of-seven contest. A team can play horribly, lose the first three games and still become champions if they win the next four. The same is true in basketball and hockey, where both the NBA Finals and NHL Stanley Cup finals are decided by a “best of” series.
This is what makes the Super Bowl unique: the two best teams, one game, and no second chances.
The Steelers have won six Super Bowl rings during their storied history. Some of those victories came after seasons where they dominated opponents from the first game to the last. Others came when legendary players lifted the team with stellar performances when they were needed the most.