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2023 Montréal Alouettes Grey Cup Championship Ring: Hidden Meanings

by | Last updated May 24, 2024 | Baron Rings

Baron® Championship Rings proudly presents the 2023 Montréal Alouettes Grey Cup Championship Ring

Montréal Alouettes Unveil Stunning Championship Ring Commemorating Historic 2023 Grey Cup Victory. Discover the intricacies of the 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring, a visual masterpiece commemorating the Montreal Alouettes’ remarkable journey to victory. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this ring symbolizes resilience, determination, and triumph.

See the details of the 2023 Montréal Alouettes Grey Cup Championship Ring.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Left Shoulder:

The 110th Grey Cup in white gold depicts the Montréal skyline with GR8 above, symbolizing 8 Cup wins and the pursuit of greatness.

La 110e Coupe Grey en or blanc surplombe l’horizon de Montréal avec le GR8 au-dessus, symbolisant les 8 victoires à la Coupe Grey et la quête d’excellence.

 

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Wrapping:
Champions Coupe Grey and Montréal Alouettes wrapping feature 5 blue, 2 red stones, and 1 diamond, symbolizing five season wins, three playoff victories, and the Cup win.

L’anneau de la bague des Champions arborent 5 pierres bleues et 2 rouges, ainsi qu’un diamant, symbolisant les 8 victoires consécutives (cinq victoires en saison régulière, trois victoires en éliminatoires dont la victoire finale).

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Inside Shank:
The inside shank bears “1% FYJW,” the Alouettes’ motto, reminding them to strive for greatness daily.

La tige intérieure porte l’inscription “1% FYJW”, la devise des Alouettes, que les joueurs ont utilisés au quotidien jusqu’à leur victoire finale.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Top:
The Montréal Alouette logo features a blue honeycomb sapphire, outlined by red stones. Around it are 254 white diamonds representing days under new ownership.

Le logo Alouette se présente sous forme d’un saphir en nid d’abeille bleu, souligné par le rouge. Autour de lui se trouvent 254 diamants blancs représentant le nombre de jours sous la propriété de Pierre Karl Péladeau avant la victoire.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Right Shoulder:
Player’s name, number, and position accented with diamonds. Fleur-de-Lys pattern on the shoulder signifies Quebecois heritage.

Le nom, numéro et la position du joueur accentués de diamants. La fleur-de-Lys en motif sur l’épaule souligne le patrimoine québécois.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Inside Engraving:

The interior engraving reflects numerous significant milestones, each marking a pivotal moment in the organization’s quest for Grey Cup glory.

La gravure intérieure reflète de nombreuses étapes importantes, chacune marquant un moment charnière dans la quête victorieuse de la Coupe Grey..

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Outside Shank:

The shank features a row of stones of different colours to represent the Canadian, American, and international players on the team.

La tige comporte une rangée de pierres de différentes couleurs pour représenter les joueurs canadiens, américains et internationaux de l’équipe.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Top:

The Montréal Alouette logo features a blue honeycomb sapphire, outlined by red stones. Around it are 254 white diamonds representing days under new ownership.

Le logo Alouette se présente sous forme d’un saphir en nid d’abeille bleu, souligné par le rouge. Autour de lui se trouvent 254 diamants blancs représentant le nombre de jours sous la propriété de Pierre Karl Péladeau avant la victoire.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Left Shoulder:
The 110th Grey Cup in white gold depicts the Montréal skyline with GR8 above, symbolizing 8 Cup wins and the pursuit of greatness.

La 110e Coupe Grey en or blanc surplombe l’horizon de Montréal avec le GR8 au-dessus, symbolisant les 8 victoires à la Coupe Grey et la quête d’excellence.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Right Shoulder:
Player’s name, number, and position accented with diamonds. Fleur-de-Lys pattern on the shoulder signifies Quebecois heritage.

Le nom, numéro et la position du joueur accentués de diamants. La fleur-de-Lys en motif sur l’épaule souligne le patrimoine québécois.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Wrapping:
Champions Coupe Grey and Montréal Alouettes wrapping feature 5 blue, 2 red stones, and 1 diamond, symbolizing five season wins, three playoff victories, and the Cup win.

L’anneau de la bague des Champions arborent 5 pierres bleues et 2 rouges, ainsi qu’un diamant, symbolisant les 8 victoires consécutives (cinq victoires en saison régulière, trois victoires en éliminatoires dont la victoire finale).

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Inside Engraving:
The interior engraving reflects numerous significant milestones, each marking a pivotal moment in the organization’s quest for Grey Cup glory.

La gravure intérieure reflète de nombreuses étapes importantes, chacune marquant un moment charnière dans la quête victorieuse de la Coupe Grey.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Outside Shank:
The shank features a row of stones of different colours to represent the Canadian, American, and international players on the team.

La tige comporte une rangée de pierres de différentes couleurs pour représenter les joueurs canadiens, américains et internationaux de l’équipe.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Inside Engraving:
The interior engraving reflects numerous significant milestones, each marking a pivotal moment in the organization’s quest for Grey Cup glory.

La gravure intérieure reflète de nombreuses étapes importantes, chacune marquant un moment charnière dans la quête victorieuse de la Coupe Grey.

The Alouettes Football 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring

May 10, 2022, Montreal, QCThe Montréal Alouettes, in collaboration with Canadian company Baron® Championship Rings, have revealed the masterpiece that commemorates their remarkable journey to victory in the 110th Grey Cup.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the Championship Ring serves as a tangible symbol of the team’s resilience, determination, and triumph in the face of adversity.

From uncertainty surrounding the franchise’s future earlier in the season to the jubilant celebration of clinching the Grey Cup in Hamilton on November 19, 2023, the Alouettes’ path to glory stands as one of the most extraordinary in CFL history.

The 2023 Montréal Alouettes Grey Cup Championship Ring, a testament to the team’s extraordinary season, boasts a myriad of intricate design elements that encapsulate the essence of the Montréal Alouettes’ triumphant journey.

Congratulations to the Montréal Alouettes on winning the 2023 Grey Cup Championship. In addition to receiving a stunning custom Football Championship Ring to celebrate it!

Montréal Alouettes won the 110th Grey Cup

The 110th Grey Cup was played on November 19, 2023, at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ontario. The 2023 Canadian Football League (CFL) Champion was decided through the Grey Cup Championship. The game was between the West Division Champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the East Division Champion Montreal Alouettes.

The Alouettes defeated the Blue Bombers, 28–24. It was the 12th time that Hamilton had hosted the Grey Cup, the previous having been in 2021.

Tyson Philpot, the wide receiver, was honoured as the Most Valuable Canadian of the 110th Grey Cup. He contributed significantly to the team’s eight-game winning streak, finishing the game with six catches for 63 yards.

Quarterback Cody Fajardo was honoured as the Most Valuable Player of the 110th Grey Cup. Fajardo concluded with 290 yards, completing 21 out of 26 passes, including three touchdown throws and just one interception. He orchestrated a game-winning drive in the final three minutes, seizing the lead with only 12 seconds remaining on the clock.

Green Day played for a sold-out crowd of 28,808 fans in the Twisted Tea Grey Cup Halftime Show.

The Montréal Alouettes Grey Cup wins in CFL history

List of Montréal Alouettes Grey Cup Championship Wins

  • 1949: THE ALOUETTES’ FIRST GREY CUP
      On November 26, 1949, in just the fourth year of their young existence, the Alouettes won their first Grey Cup, defeating the Calgary Stampeders 28-15 at Toronto’s Varsity Stadium. The 37th Grey Cup had 20,087 fans gathered for the Championship.
  • 1970: THE SECOND GREY CUP
      On November 28, 1970, the Alouettes won their second Grey Cup with a 23-10 triumph over the Calgary Stampeders at Toronto’s CNE Stadium. The 58th Grey Cup had 32,669 fans gathered for the Championship.
  • 1974: THE THIRD GREY CUP
      On November 24, 1974, the Alouettes won against the Edmonton Eskimos with a 20-7 win over the Edmonton Eskimos in Vancouver’s Empire Stadium. The 62nd Grey Cup had 34,450 fans gathered for the Championship.
  • 1977: THE FOURTH GREY CUP
      Alouettes played in three consecutive Grey Cup finals (1977, 1978, 1979), winning on November 27, 1977 against the Edmonton Eskimos 41–6 at Montreal’s Olympic Stadium. The 65th Grey Cup had 68,205 fans gathered for the Championship.
  • 2002: THE FIFTH GREY CUP
      On November 24, 2002, the Alouettes won their fifth Grey Cup, and their first in 25 years, by defeating the Edmonton Eskimos 25-16 at the Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton. The 90th Grey Cup had 62,531 fans gathered for the Championship.
  • 2009: THE SIXTH GREY CUP
      The Alouettes reached the Grey Cup four times between their last win in 2002 and 2009, but lost each time. In 2009, however, the time had come to return to the top of the league. On November 29, 2009, the Alouettes locked up the Gray Cup title with one of the biggest comebacks in championship history. Winning 28-27 over the Saskatchewan Roughriders Calgary’s McMahon Stadium. The 97th Grey Cup had 46,020 fans gathered for the Championship.

 

  • 2010: THE SEVENTH GREY CUP
      For the second straight year, the Alouettes engraved their name on the Grey Cup, this has not been seen for more than 10 years in the CFL. On November 28, 2010, the Alouettes won 21–18 against the Saskatchewan Roughriders at Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium. The 98th Grey Cup had 63,317 fans gathered for the Championship.
  • 2023: THE EIGHTH GREY CUP
      Despite predictions of a challenging season, the team defied expectations with a remarkable performance in the final held in Hamilton on November 19, 2023, securing the Grey Cup and bringing it back to Montreal after a 13-year gap since their last victory in 2010. the Alouettes won 28–24 against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Tim Hortons Field. The 110th Grey Cup had 28,808 fans gathered for the Championship.
When did the Montreal Alouettes win their first Grey Cup?

The Montreal Alouettes won their first Grey Cup on November 26, 1949, defeating the Calgary Stampeders 28-15 at Toronto’s Varsity Stadium. 

How many Grey Cup titles have the Montreal Alouettes won?

As of November 19, 2023, the Montreal Alouettes have won the Grey Cup a total of eight times in CFL history: November 26, 1949, November 28, 1970, November 24, 1974, November 27, 1977, November 24, 2002, November 29, 2009, November 28, 2010, November 19, 2023.

Where was the 2023 Grey Cup final held, and who were the opponents?
The 2023 Grey Cup final was held in Hamilton at Tim Hortons Field, where the Montreal Alouettes emerged victorious with a 28-24 win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
How many fans attended the 2023 Grey Cup Championship game?

The 110th Grey Cup, where the Montreal Alouettes won their eighth title, had 28,808 fans gathered for the Championship at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton.

The Official 2023 Montréal Alouettes Grey Cup Championship Ring

The Official 2023 Montréal Alouettes Grey Cup Championship Ring was designed by the Montreal Alouettes and crafted by Baron® Championship Rings.

Experience the essence of the Alouettes’ triumphant journey in this tangible symbol of their extraordinary season.

Baron® Championship Rings Presents: The Making of the Montreal Alouettes 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring – The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Rings, designed by the Montreal Alouettes and crafted by Baron® Championship Rings.

white diamonds represents the 254 days of new ownership

years of Grey Cup Championships

"GR8" representing the Alouettes' eight Grey Cup victories

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Top:
The Alouette Montreal ring is a visual masterpiece, featuring the iconic Alouette Montreal logo crafted with a custom blue honeycomb faceted sapphire, meticulously outlined by red stones.

This elegant design pays tribute to the spirit and determination of a team that has left an indelible mark in their sport. Surrounding the logo, a dazzling cascade of 254 white diamonds represents the 254 days of new ownership, a transformative period that brought unparalleled success to the Alouettes.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Left Shoulder:
The left shoulder of the Montreal Alouette Championship Ring is a sight to behold. Immaculate white gold provides the backdrop for a striking Grey Cup, surrounded by the famous Montreal city skyline. This exquisite design celebrates 110 years of Grey Cup Championships, honouring the rich history of Canadian football.

Above the skyline, the letters “GR8” proudly stand, representing the Alouettes’ eight Grey Cup victories. This symbolizes the team’s unwavering pursuit of greatness, fueled by the desire to become the 2023 Grey Cup Champions.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Right Shoulder:
The right shoulder of the ring showcases the player’s name, number, and position, meticulously adorned with dazzling diamonds. The background features a repeating pattern of the Fleur-de-Lys, a symbol deeply intertwined with the Quebec and French Canadian cultures.

This pattern serves as a powerful reminder of the team’s connection to its roots and the rich heritage that shapes their identity.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Wrapping:
Encircling the top of the Montreal Alouette Championship Ring, we find the words “Champions Coupe Grey” and “Montreal Alouettes.” These words represent the ultimate triumph, a testament to the team’s resilience and unwavering commitment.

The wrapping also showcases five magnificent blue stones, two radiant red stones, and one sparkling diamond.

These stones embody the five consecutive wins in the season, the three-game-winning streak through the playoffs, leading to the Championship, and the crowning moment of the Grey Cup victory.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Inside Engraving:
The interior engraving reflects numerous significant milestones, each marking a pivotal moment in the organization’s quest for Grey Cup glory.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Outside Shank:
The bottom shank of the ring weaves a captivating narrative, representing the diverse makeup of the team. Glimmering stones of different colors symbolize the Canadian, American, and international players who unite under the Alouettes’ banner.

Three striking blue stones represent the team’s American players, while three vibrant red stones embody the Canadian contingent.

Two exquisite green stones shine brightly, paying homage to the international players on the roster. This representation showcases the true power of unity in achieving greatness.

The 2023 Grey Cup Championship Ring’s Inside Shank:
The inside shank holds a powerful message, engraved with “1% FYJW,” the Alouettes’ team motto. This inscription serves as a constant reminder of the team’s commitment to giving their absolute best, inching closer to greatness with each passing day.

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