Robert Kraft, Owner Of Patriots, Auctions Super Bowl LI Ring For All In Challenge

Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, put his Super Bowl LI ring up for auction to benefit the All-In Challenge, a project that seeks to be the largest global digital fundraiser in history to collect millions of dollars and feed to those most in need.

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The winner of the ring will also receive a personal visit to Kraft at the owner’s office and the team will send their private plane to go for the new owner of the ring if he is not near Foxborough.


“What could make it special? I’ve been thinking about this for weeks, ”Kraft said in a video posted on social media. “Finally I thought about our experience in Super Bowl LI, against the Atlanta Falcons. We were losing 28-3 (in the third quarter) and I had my 99.6 percent (chance) of losing and we came back and won.

“I thought then about what is happening now and wanted to give something of extreme value in support of our health workers, so I thought it would be good to give this ring, that of our fifth Super Bowl, because it shows that we can recover,” he added.

Following Kraft’s announcement, the auction opened for the ring, opened at $ 75,000, and received an initial offer. The auction is scheduled to run for the next 11 days.

“We are the largest country in the world, with the greatest people who have a sense of teamwork and togetherness in the most difficult times, so I want to give this ring to someone who auctioned off what is necessary, to get food for those people they’re having a really hard time right now, ”Kraft said in his video.

Kraft was invited to participate in the All-In Challenge by his friend Michael Rubin, founder and CEO of Fanatics and who created the collector, which has raised $ 38 million as of Sunday night, according to his website.