Head Coach: Mike Tomlin
The Pittsburgh Steelers are based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and compete in the NFL as a member of the American Football Conference (AFC) North division. Established in 1933, the Steelers are the longest-standing franchise in the AFC. The Steelers’ history can be traced back to a 1920s regional pro team that joined the NFL as the Pittsburgh Pirates on July 1933.
In contrast with their reputation as everlasting was also relevant in the pre-AFL-NFL merger, where they were the oldest team never to bear a championship title, the Steelers of the post-merger era are one of the most outstanding NFL franchises. Pittsburgh claimed six Super Bowl titles and hosted 16 conference championship games. The Steelers also have 8 AFC championships and share the record for second most Super Bowl appearances with the Dallas Cowboys and the Broncos. The Steelers last appeared in a Super Bowl match on 2011, when the 45th edition of the event featured the Steelers vs the Green Bay Packers.