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The Pittsburgh Steelers have always been a fan favorite team so Steelers tickets are always hard to get. Although the Steelers have lost some big name players they have also gained a great list of players. The Steelers who have left this year include Mike Wallace, James Harrison, Casey Hampton, Rashard Mendenhall, Max Starks and Willie Colon. The new talent that has been added to the Steelers include Landry Jones, Bruce Gradkowski, Charlie Batch, and Byron Leftwich as well as many other newcomers. Although the Steelers missed the playoff season in 2012 coach Mike Tomlin is expected to lead the team into the playoff season and beyond.

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Event Date and Time Venue & City  
2015 Pittsburgh Steelers Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Sep 6, 2015
Heinz Field
Pittsburgh, PA
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Pittsburgh Pennsylvania is where the Pittsburgh Steelers professional football team is located. The Pittsburgh Steelers were started in 1933 and they are the oldest team of the AFC. Pittsburgh Steelers won 6 Super Bowl titles, 8 AFC Championship Games, played in 15 conference championship games, and hosted 11 conference championship games. All of their involvement and winnings gives them the highest record of involvement in the sport and winnings of any other existent AFC and NFC teams. The Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys share a record of 8 Super Bowl appearances. The most recent championship that was won by the Steelers was February 1, 2009 for the Super Bowl XLIII.