NFL legend Super Bowl rings to be exhibited at 2022 FIFA World Cup
With the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, which will bring thousands of spectators to the country, Tom Brady has offered the audience something to do while they wait. The seven-time Super Bowl champion will allow the museum to display his championship rings throughout the game.
“I gave them the seven rings to a friend of mine who sent them so they can enjoy them in a museum in Qatar,” Tom Brady said on a podcast. “Fans and tourists will be able to enjoy them during the World Cup.
“They will be able to see what a Super Bowl ring of an American football champion looks like in Qatar.”
In American sports, championship rings are valued memorabilia that are frequently pricey and meticulously made. Brady has more of them than any other player, thus they are more significant in his situation. The quarterback, who is 45 years old, won six of those rings while playing for the New England Patriots and one in 2021 while playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The championship rings will be displayed at the FIFA World Cup 2022
Following the receiving of a championship ring for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Super Bowl LV victory, the 45-year-old NFL player displayed his collection.
Brady shared a throwback photo from his early days playing for the New England Patriots beside a photo of himself sporting the seven Super Bowl rings he has so far in his career as his interpretation of the popular “How it started vs. How it’s going” meme on social media.
Before making his Buccaneers debut in 2020, Brady was selected in 2000 and played for the Patriots for 19 years, winning six Super Bowls during that time. After defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 in February, he won his first title with the Buccaneers.