The Pittsburgh Steelers are an American football team in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.. They have won six Super Bowls in eight appearances. That is most that any team has won, tied with the New England Patriots. They have a rivalry with the Baltimore Ravens. Pittsburgh plays in the AFC North with Baltimore, the Cincinnati Bengals, and the Cleveland Browns.
Play in Acrisure Stadium
Headquartered in UPMC Sports Performance Complex
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
National Football League (1933–present)
|Team colors||Black, gold, white|
|Owner(s)||The Rooney Family|
|President||Art Rooney II|
|General manager||Kevin Colbert|
|Head coach||Mike Tomlin|
|League championships (6)|
|Conference championships (8)|
|Division championships (21)
|Playoff appearances (28)|
|The Rooney family (1933–present)|
The Steelers are most famous for their defense. In the 1970s, their defense was nicknamed the "Steel Curtain". It helped the Steelers to four Super Bowl wins. Other well-known Steelers defenses include the 1990s "Blitzburgh" defense and the 2000s defense (which was not nicknamed). The Steelers always have success so they are considered the best NFL team of all time. More recently, they acquired the best player in the NFL and single season sack record holder T.J. Watt. Other notable players on the team include quarterback Kenny Pickett, running back Najee Harris, wide receiver Diontae Johnson, wide receiver George Pickens, interior defensive lineman Cameron Heyward, free safety Minkah Fitzpatrick, and kicker Chris Boswell.