The new Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl LV license plates are here

The Buccaneers tag ranks 10th in sales among specialty plates, with 47,621 registrations as of July 1.

click to enlarge The new Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl LV license plates are here
Image via Florida Sports Foundation

A new license plate design is available for fans of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to mark the team’s Super Bowl LV victory in February.

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles announced the redesign Friday. Added to the plate is the Super Bowl’s Roman numeral designation under the team flag.

The NFL’s Vince Lombardi Trophy stands in the middle of the “L” and “V.”

“Super Bowl Champion” is spelled out along the bottom. The previous plate simply featured the team flag.

The Buccaneers tag ranks 10th in sales among specialty plates, with 47,621 registrations as of July 1.

Revenue from the sale of the tag, which includes a $25 specialty plate registration fee, goes to the Florida Sports Foundation Major and Regional Grant Program and the Glazer Family Foundation.

The Buccaneer specialty plate online by visiting the order page on the Florida Sports Foundation website.

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