FOXBORO, Mass. — The New England Patriots are running out of space for Super Bowl banners in their current spot at Gillette Stadium.

The Patriots host the Pittsburgh Steelers in Foxboro on Sunday night for their 2019 season opener, and they unveiled their latest championship banner during a special ceremony before the game.

Taking part in the ceremony were Rob Gronkowski, Drew Bledsoe, Ty Law, team owner Robert Kraft and others. Watch the new banner being revealed in the video below:

The Patriots earned this banner with a 13-3 Super Bowl LIII win over the Los Angeles Rams in February. It was the franchise’s sixth championship, and all of them have been won since quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick came to the team in 2000.

It’s quite possible the Patriots will hold a similar ceremony in 2020. They are now favored by oddsmakers to win Super Bowl LIV in February after the reported signing of elite wide receiver Antonio Brown on Saturday.

The Patriots and Steelers have won the most Super Bowl titles of any NFL franchise with six.

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