Pittsburgh Steelers was created in 1933.
From 1933 through 2011, the Steelers have had 38 winning seasons.
1933: Founded, as Pittsburgh Pirates1940: Name Change, Pittsburgh Steelers
When the Steelers were founded in 1933 they were known as the Pittsburgh Pirates. They kept this name through the 1939 season.
The 2011 season will be the Steelers 79th season in Pittsburgh. The Steelers franchise began in 1933.
From 1933 through 2013, the Pittsburgh Steelers have a regular season record of 569-519-20.
From 1933 through 2012, the Steelers have a regular season record of 561-511-20. They also have a 33-21 postseason record.
In 1933, Tony Holm was the first quarterback for the Steelers.
No, they have not. The Steelers have been in Pittsburgh since they were established in 1933.
They always have been in Pittsburgh, since 1933.
The Pittsburgh Steelers first took to the field as the Pittsburgh Pirates on September 20, 1933, losing 23-2 to the NY Giants. · Pittsburgh Pirates (1933-1939) · Pittsburgh Steelers (1940-1942) · Phil-Pitt "Steagles" (1943) · Card-Pitt (1944) · Pittsburgh Steelers (1945-present)