Official site with latest news, biographies, trivia, coaches, discussion forum, stadium news, and webcam. [Description from dmoz]
Pittsburgh Steelers Sports has forged a championship tradition in Steel Town. The company owns the Pittsburgh Steelers football franchise, which has won a record six Super Bowl titles, its last coming at the end of the 2008 season. During the 1970s under head coach Chuck Noll, the team dominated the National Football League by winning four titles with the help of such stars as Terry Bradshaw and Lynn Swann. Founded in 1933 as the Pirates, the football team (renamed in 1940) claimed winning seasons only eight times during its first 40 years. The family of chairman Dan Rooney (son of late team founder Art Rooney) owns the Steelers. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 404K U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor visits nfl.com, watches Fox Sports Network, and reads the Pittsburgh Post-Gazetter.
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