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Team: Pittsburgh Steelers
Division: AFC North
Super Bowl Wins: 6 (1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 2005, 2008)
Stadium: Heinz Field
Head Coach: Mike Tomlin
Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl TicketsA team rarely embodies its city like the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pittsburgh has historically been a lunch pail town, and the Steelers' tough and physical style has made them part of the fabric of the city. Of course, if the Steelers were a mediocre football team, they would still be loved in the city. The Steelers, however, are one of the most successful teams in the history of the NFL, making the team legendary in its hometown. From the Terrible Towel to an unmatched record of franchise consistency, the Steelers are certainly unique to the NFL. The sum total of this has resulted in six Super Bowl wins and a sellout streak dating all the way back to 1972. Fans clamor to be a part of Steelers' tradition, and season-ticket waiting lists are rumored to be more than 20 years long. The Steelers tend to be in the playoffs more often than not, so grab your Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl tickets at StubHub today.
Who is the coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers?This is where the Steelers are so remarkable. In an age where NFL teams change coaches frequently, the Steelers have been coached by just three men in the last 50 years. Currently, Head Coach Mike Tomlin prowls the sideline in Pittsburgh. Tomlin has been on the job since 2007.
What is a standout moment in Pittsburgh Steelers' playoff history?While the list of playoff highlights is many, none quite stands out like the "Immaculate Reception." Late in the 1972 AFC Divisional Playoff Game, on fourth-and-10, running back Franco Harris caught a ball that was falling to the ground and raced the length of the field to give the Steelers a miraculous comeback win against the Oakland Raiders. Harris was not the primary receiver and only caught the ball after two other players collided.
What was the origin of the Terrible Towel?Legendary Steelers' broadcaster Myron Cope was searching for a way to build excitement for the team's playoff run in 1975. On the radio, he urged fans to wave a towel with the words "The Terrible Towel" on it. More than 40 years later, the Terrible Towel is the symbol of the team and has raised millions of dollars for the Merakey Allegheny Valley School, which serves individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. There is nothing quite like the scene of entering Heinz Field and seeing tens of thousands of Terrible Towels waved in unison.
Who are the Steelers' biggest rivals?The AFC North is noted for its intense rivalries. The Steelers and the Cleveland Browns have been rivals for decades. Ever since the Ravens moved to Baltimore, however, that team has become arguably a bigger rival. The Steelers and Ravens have played numerous hard-fought contests that are physical and emotional. When it comes to the playoffs, these teams have played each other four times, with the Steelers winning three of the games.
What is Steeler Nation?The Steelers have a national fan base, which is unusual for a team that plays in one of the NFL's smaller markets. Steelers fans can be found all across the country, and they travel with the team. Teams sometimes go to great lengths to keep Steelers' fans from buying up tickets to their home games. The term "Steelers Nation" was coined in 1978 by the legendary sports announcer John Facenda to describe what was already a growing trend of passionate Steelers' fans both in Western Pennsylvania and across the country. To catch a game yourself, be sure to buy Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl tickets at StubHub.
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