Pittsburgh Steelers Suites

Pittsburgh Steelers Suites

Heinz Field

Standing along the banks of the Ohio River in the North Shore neighborhood of Pittsburgh is Heinz Field, the home of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Opening its doors for the 2001 season, this venue fills each Sunday with fans who bleed black and yellow. A blue collar town crazy about their football team, Steelers fans are among the most passionate fans in the league.

Their passion and excitement for football inspired the design for this venue, with the Rooney’s wanting to capture both the history of this great city as well as bringing an element of the future of Pittsburgh into the facility. The result is a football-only venue that feels state of the art while honoring the toughness of the gridiron from years past.

Heinz Field has hosted a variety of important sporting events over the years including Pittsburgh Steelers and Pitt Panthers home games, Steelers AFC playoff games, the 2010 NHL Winter Classic, Women’s Football, and numerous concerts. It has even been featured in movies, serving as the home of the Gotham Rogues in The Dark Knight Rises.

Hardcore Steelers fans know just how lucky they are to call this venue home. However, only those with access to the luxury suites truly know the extent of the comfort this stadium provides. Nearly 130 luxury suites surround the Kentucky bluegrass at Heinz Field, each featuring a great sightline to the action. There is much more to enjoy, though. The climate-controlled environment ensures comfort even deep into the winter playoffs. Comfortable seating and premium food and beverage options will have you staying well after the final whistle. Contact our office today at 610-828-7407 to learn all about how LuxuryVIPSuites.com has become a premiere suite provider through our exclusive relationships with the suite owners at this truly awesome venue.

Suite owners are encouraged to contact us as well. We would love the opportunity to acquire another luxury suite to add to our arsenal and market it to private and corporate groups looking to host events in the Pittsburgh area. Email us direct at sales@luxuryvipsuites.com to begin your partnership with LuxuryVIPSuites.com and find out just how beneficial your investment in a Heinz Field luxury suite can be to both yourself and groups in your area.

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The Steelers have been representing the Steel City of Pittsburgh on the football field for over 80 years. Any franchise that has survived the ups and downs of all these years is bound to have a history marked by periods of great success and periods of great struggle. Luckily for fans in Pittsburgh, it seems that the days of struggle are long behind them.

While the Pittsburgh Steelers started off by making the playoffs only once between 1933 and 1971, they have gone on to the postseason 30 times since. Racking up 23 Division championships, eight Conference championships, and six Super Bowl victories, the Steelers have experienced a kind of success that sets them apart from the other teams in the league.

Widely famous around the NFL for their dominant teams of the 1970s which included several Hall of Fame players, the Steel Curtain punished the opposition with a kind of force we do not find in today’s game. The players that made up this famous defensive line were “Mean” Joe Greene, LC Greenwood, Ernie Holmes, and Dwight White. They, along with legendary players including Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris, Lynn Swann, John Stallworth, Mel Blount, Jack Lambert, and Jack Ham combined to bring four Super Bowl titles to Pittsburgh under head coach Chuck Noll.

Upon his retirement in 1991, the Steelers hired Bill Cowher as the new head coach. Cowher, a former NFL player with a tough exterior, expected greatness out of his players. Playing smash mouth football, the Steelers teams under Cowher were known for defensive dominance and a punishing run first offense. His tenure culminated with a Super Bowl victory in 2005 over the Seattle Seahawks. Innovative play calling (such as wide receiver Antwaan Randle-El passing for a touchdown) and heavy running (including a 75 yard run by Willie Parker) brought the title back to Steel City. Hines Ward took home the MVP trophy as both Cowher and Hall of Fame running back Jerome Bettis rode off into the sunset as champions. Franchise quarterback Ben Roethlisberger started his career with a Super Bowl win in his rookie season.

The task of replacing Cowher brought the Steelers to interview several candidates including the defensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings. Despite only one year of experience at the coordinator spot, Mike Tomlin impressed the management in Pittsburgh so much that they made him their new head coach. Retaining many of the same assistants that were present under Cowher, Tomlin sought to keep the Super Bowl mentality strong among his new team. This attitude proved fruitful as he brought them back to the big game in 2008, becoming the youngest head coach ever to win a Super Bowl. This game is best remembered for an interception return for a touchdown before the end of the first half by linebacker James Harrison and the last minute touchdown caught by Santonio Holmes in the corner of the end zone as he was amazingly able get his toes down in bounds. Tomlin led his team to the Super Bowl again in 2010, but were defeated by the Green Bay Packers. They have been on the hunt for their next ring ever since.

Following the mediocre record of 8-8 last season, the Steelers are looking for redemption in 2020. The Steelers are always primed for another postseason appearance under the leadership of veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. A Week 2 injury last year sidelined Big Ben for the season. While his replacements played well, there was definitely a drop off in talent. Running back James Conner exploded onto the scene in 2018 for the Steelers and really made a name for himself in the backfield. He would return as the starter in 2019 but was also limited with injuries. So, too, was JuJu Smith-Schuster who put up great numbers despite playing through pain. Getting all of these talents healthy again could prove vital for the Steelers in 2020.

Third year wide out James Washington is looking to make a bigger impact this year and Diontae Johnson only adds to the depth at this position as he becomes even more comfortable with the offense in year two. Vance McDonald is also a beast in the tight end spot and now has the help of Eric Ebron. The offensive line, featuring Maurkice Pouncey, David DeCastro, and Alejandro Villanueva do a great job giving their QB time and space in the pocket.

The defensive squad has received contributions from players such as Cameron Heyward, Bud Dupree, and Joe Haden, who are all vital to the continued success of this franchise. TJ Watt put out another great performance this year as he is a sack machine. Terrell Edmunds joined the Steelers as a first round pick in 2018 and has become a solid starter at safety. Linebacker Devin Bush, taken number 10 overall in 2019, continues to work to stay the top of the depth chart as well.

A legendary franchise, the Steelers have had the privilege of being the team to employ some incredibly talented players such as Troy Polamalu, Jerome Bettis, Rod Woodson, and Hines Ward. Additional information pertaining to the history of the Pittsburgh Steelers as well as about the current squad can be found by clicking here.

If you own a Pittsburgh Steelers suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or are unable to attend.

This is a great opportunity to offset much of your suite expense which you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Pittsburgh Steelers game should go unused.

Benefit from extra revenue with LuxuryVIPSuites while helping out a corporate group that needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in your Pittsburgh Steelers suite.

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