The oldest AFC team is the Pittsburgh Steelers. They were established in 1933.
Yes. They are in the AFC North.
The Steelers are an AFC North team.
Yes, the Pittsburgh Steelers are an AFC North team, along with the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, and Cleveland Browns.
Yes. The Pittsburgh Steelers were an AFC Central team from 1970-2001. They now play in the AFC North (2002-present).
The Steelers play in the AFC (American Football Conference). They are part of the AFC North Division.
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.
Yes, they are. The Steelers are in the AFC Northdivision.