Most Super Bowl rings
- Seven: One individual
Dan Rooney and Art Rooney, Jr.: each as an executive with Pittsburgh
- Chuck Noll: four as head coach and two as a team consultant with Pittsburgh
- Bill Nunn: each as a scout with Pittsburgh
- "Mean Joe" Greene: four as a defensive tackle, two as a special assistant for player personnel, all with the Pittsburgh Steelers
- Conditioning coach Mike Woicik: three with Dallas and three with New England
- Five: at least seven individuals
- Dick Hoak: each as a running backs coach with Pittsburgh
- Charles Haley: two with San Francisco and three with Dallas (all 5 as a player—the most rings won as a player)
- Bill Belichick: two as defensive coordinator of the Giants and three as head coach of New England
- Romeo Crennel: two as a defensive coach with Giants and three as a defensive coach with New England
- George Seifert: three as an assistant coach and two as a head coach all with San Francisco 49ers
- Pepper Johnson: two as a linebacker for the Giants and three as an assistant coach with New England
- Monsignor Peter Armstrong: five as chaplain for San Francisco
- Four: at least 32 players, many coaches and staff
The first player to win four Super Bowl rings was tight-end Marv Fleming, who got a pair with the Green Bay Packers in 1966 and 1967, and another pair with the Miami Dolphins in the early 1970s.
- Twenty-two players earned four rings with the Steelers in the 1970s: Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris, Lynn Swann, John Stallworth, Mel Blount, Jack Lambert, Jack Ham, Mike Webster, Donnie Shell, L. C. Greenwood, Rocky Bleier, Gerry Mullins, Larry Brown, Mike Wagner, J.T. Thomas, Loren Toews, Jon Kolb, Sam Davis, Steve Furness, Dwight White, Randy Grossman and the previously mentioned Joe Greene (who later added two more rings). At least five coaches were with the team all four years: George Perles, Louis Riecke,Woody Widenhofer and (as noted above) Chuck Noll and Dick Hoak. The list of Steelers front office staff receiving four rings during that era includes Director of Player Personnel Dick Haley.
- Joe Montana, Keena Turner, Jesse Sapolu, Eric Wright, Mike Wilson, and Ronnie Lott each won four Super Bowl rings with the 49ers.
- Kicker Adam Vinatieri won three with the Patriots and one with the Colts
- Ted Hendricks won three with the Raiders and one with the Colts
- Bill Romanowski won two with the 49ers and two with the Denver Broncos
- Coach Charlie Weis won one with the Giants and three with the Patriots
- Matt Millen has the most rings from different teams, two with Oakland, one with San Francisco, and one with Washington
- Three: many players, coaches and staff
Among the many figures with three are Bill Walsh, Eric Mangini, Mike Shanahan, Art Shell, Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, Steve Young,Michael Irvin, Tom Brady, Troy Brown, Mike Vrabel, Tedy Bruschi, Kevin Faulk, Joe Gibbs, Dave Dalby, Dan Klecko, Jerry Rice andShannon Sharpe
- Ken Norton Jr. is the only player to have been on three Super Bowl-winning teams in a row (1993–1995).
- ^ Heard in the press box (in Pittsburgh)
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- ^ Neal Dahlen
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- ^ http://news.steelers.com/article/103483/