No, they have not. The Steelers were always an AFC based team, starting from 1933 when they were known as the Pittsburgh Pirates.
the AFC team for superbowl 2011 is green bay packers. NFC is Pittsburgh steelers
You have to be in the NFC to play in the NFC championship game. The Steelers are in the AFC.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are an AFC team, but originally they were an NFLteam until they were kicked out in 1969 (and subsequently are the oldest AFC team). They have since shown that being kicked out of the NFC was not exactly the worst thing in the world, having reached 15 AFC Championships and being the winningest team in the Super Bowl era. Karma.
The Steelers won eight AFC championship games in their history. They have never played in the NFC.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have won 6 in the AFC. The San Francisco 49'ers have won 5 in the NFC.
In 1970 the AFL and NFL merged. Two conferences were created: The AFC and the NFC. All of the old AFL teams became members of the AFC. The old NFL teams became members of the NFC. Three teams from the old NFL were moved to the AFC: The Baltimore Colts, the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
No. The Raiders and Steelers are in the same conference. (AFC). In the Super Bowl it's the AFC vs. the NFC.
2008-2009 Season, Baltimore Ravens (AFC)Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC)Arizona Cardinals (NFC)Philadelphia Eagles (NFC)The Steelers won against the Ravens and the Cardinals won against the Eagles.
The Green Bay Packers of the NFC won the game 31-25 over the AFC representative, the Pittsburgh Steelers.