Welcome to Pittsburgh! What do you want to do first? Not sure yet? Well what about plans for tomorrow? …Well you still have time to decide… Where are you staying? You haven't booked a hotel yet?!?!
You can't walk down a Pittsburgh street without seeing Steeler Pride. Whether it's a Terrible Towel in a storefront, or someone wearing a Steelers shirt (any time of year), you feel the intensity everywhere you go.
And with good reason! The Steelers are six time Super Bowl winners, and Heinz Field is a behemoth on the North Shore, creating a skyline view that's as interesting as Pittsburgh itself.
You can enjoy Steelers Football in Pittsburgh before you ever even go to a game. Steelers training camp happens just outside of the city. Catch your favorite Steelers on the turf starting in July! Check out this guide to Pittsburgh Steelers Training Camp from Visit Laurel Highlands.
Be sure to check the Steelers game schedule to be first in line to score the tickets on a lifetime!
HERE WE GO!
Official website of the 6-time Super Bowl Champs the Pittsburgh Steelers
Get connected. Get recognized. Get rewarded. For the latest on all things Pittsburgh Steelers, don't forget to sign up as an official member of Steelers Nation Unite.
Have an extra ticket? Need an extra ticket? Visit the Steelers' official ticket-trading site.
Your official resource for hats, jerseys, Terrible Towels-everything from the Official Steelers Merchandise Catalog, available online today.
Wherever you live, you're always a citizen of Steeler Nation. Here's a list of Steelers Bars around the nation and world!
The Terrible Towel is a rally towel created in 1975 by famed Steelers radio broadcaster Myron Cope. The Terrible Towel has spread in popularity and is widely recognized as a symbol of the Steelers and the city of Pittsburgh.
More about the logo's history can be found at the American Iron and Steel Institute.
Part of Pittsburgh's architecture is exemplified by its sports venues including PPG Paints Arena, Heinz Field, and PNC Park.
Discover the history of The Terrible Towel of the Pittsburgh Steelers which began with Myron Cope and lives on today.
Along the Allegheny and Ohio Rivers, the North Shore boasts great views of Downtown.