The Pittsburgh Steelers are an American football team headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Steelers are a member of the American Football Conference North division in the National Football League.
The Steelers of the post-merger (modern) period, in contrast to their status as perennial also-rans in the pre-merger NFL, were the oldest team never to win a league championship, are among the most successful NFL franchises.
The franchise has six Super Bowl championships, tied with the New England Patriots, and has appeared in almost sixteen times and hosted eleven times more conference championship games than any other team in the NFL.
Pittsburgh Founder Art Rooney
Arthur J. Art Rooney established the team. For practically the entire history of the club, the Rooney family has retained a controlling interest.
The club has won six league championships and played in over a thousand games since its inception. In 2008, the Steelers became the first club in NFL history to win six Super Bowls. The team now ranks fourth in total NFL Championships, after only the Packers, Bears, and Giants.
Born January 27, 1901, in Coulter. From 1933 until his death, Arthur Joseph Rooney Sr. also known as “The Chief,” was the actual founding owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, a professional American football team established in 1920 in the National Football League.