Steelers vs Browns game
Awesome time, as usual. Highly recommend seeing the game in person!!
There is nothing like a game at Heinz Field -
The autmospere at Heinz is the best place to watch a game for Steelers fans. Also the only place you get to experience Renegade. The facility is top notch and has many food and drink options. We have been coming to a game for 5 years now.
Fun event. Train system to event is great! Pittsburgh is great city.
Steeler game was great!
This was my first time attending a Steeler game at Heinz field. I had a great time. It was fairly easy getting into the stadium. We rode the Gateway Clipper over. Was a nice ride. Everyone, fans and staff were friendly. Concessions and restrooms were clean. View of game was good, even though we were in high seats. And the Steelers won, which made all of us Steeler fans happy! Beautiful city. Nice people. There was a sense of pride in the people of the city and yet sadness with the recent shootings in Squirrel Hill.
Back on track
Great game for Steelers fans and sitting at the closed-end part of the field where the majority of the TD's were scored was a bonus...Venue definitely a very cool place, but prices are expensive, so you better save up...Regardless, had a great time with a great friend!
This is the second game that I have been to and I had an awesome time. We were actually 5 rows from the top and we had no trouble seeing at all. If you are a true Steelers fan you have to go to a game. It’s a must to wave your terrible towel, hear Renegade play and cheer for the greatest team on the planet. STEELERNATION!!!!!
Had a great time eating out walking the town and attending the Steelers game
Music is too loud. Too much charity, non-football related stuff going on. Hate digital "tickets," I want the real tickets to collect and not the bull crap print at home 8.5"x11" ones.
Steelers were awesome!
Venue, staff the whole experience was great (except I was sick and had to leave early :(
Went to the SNF game vs Ravens. The venue is great and the atmosphere at the game was amazing, at least until the game started to go bad. Overall, I'd recommend any Steelers fan to try to come to a home game at least once. You won't regret it.
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Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field
Here’s how strong the fan spirit is in the Steel City: Attendance at the Steelers' home stadium has sold out for every home game since its inauguration in 2001. That's right: Fans of the Pittsburgh, PA-based team love watching the Steelers battle against other NFL teams at the impressive stadium that features the infamous gold-colored seats.
The team has played a total of 13 playoff games at the stadium, winning eight. They always provide a live experience for fans that demonstrates the highly physical nature of their playing style, which is offense-heavy and is building upon growing momentum from the defensive line in recent years.
Steelers 2017 Season
Having secured the first-place position of the AFC North Division in 2017 for the second consecutive year, the Steelers rushed into the 2017 regular-season with nationwide attention which included five nationally televised games.
Pittsburgh finished the 2017 season with a 13-3 regular-season record, including a 6-0 sweep of the AFC North to secure the team’s sixth division title under head coach Mike Tomlin. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger became the eighth player in NFL history to reach 50,000 passing yards, wide receiver Antonio Brown was voted team MVP for his outstanding performance while leading the NFL with a,1533 receiving yards and setting an NFL record for the most receptions (582) and receiving yards (7,848) in any five-year span in League history. For the second straight year, running back Le’Veon Bell led the AFC in scrimmage yards per game (129.7). The Steelers’ defense led all NFL teams and set a franchise single-season record with 56 sacks in 2017.
The 2018 team is led by head coach Mike Tomlin, entering his 12th season with the Steelers. Fans can look forward to many other exciting home games as the Steelers host the Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers, among others.
Steelers Team History
The fifth-oldest franchise in the NFL, the Steelers were founded on July 8, 1933, by Arthur Joseph Rooney. Originally named the Pittsburgh Pirates, they were a member of the Eastern Division of the 10-team NFL. The other four current NFL teams in existence at that time were the Chicago (Arizona) Cardinals, Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears and New York Giants.
One of the great pioneers of the sports world, Art Rooney passed away on August 25, 1988, following a stroke at the age of 87. “The Chief”, as he was affectionately known, is enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and is remembered as one of Pittsburgh’s great people
By the mid-1960s, Rooney had begun to turn over much of the operation of the Steelers to his oldest son, Dan. After having worked in every area of the organization since 1955, Daniel M. Rooney was named president of the Steelers in 1975. In 2000, Dan Rooney was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He joined his father Art to form only the second father-son tandem to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Late Steelers’ Chairman, Ambassador Dan Rooney spent 54 consecutive years with the organization before being named U.S. Ambassador to Ireland in 2009 by President Barack Obama. Rooney was required to move to Ireland in 2009 to fulfill his duties as ambassador. As an NFL owner, Dan Rooney was widely recognized as one of the league’s most influential executives and one of Pittsburgh’s leading contributors to civic affairs. Rooney was named Steelers’ Chairman Emeritus in July 2009 after he was named United States Ambassador to Ireland. Rooney served as United States Ambassador until late 2012.
In 2003, Rooney officially turned over the title of Steelers’ team president to his oldest son, Arthur J. Rooney II, who had previously served as the team’s vice president and general counsel. Art Rooney II is also very active in the Pittsburgh community, devoting a substantial amount of his time to various organizations. He currently serves on the boards of the Pittsburgh Public Theater, Saint Vincent College, Senator John Heinz Western PA History Center, and the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania.