Super Bowl IX (1974 season)
Super Bowl X (1975 season)
Super Bowl XIII (1978 season)
Super Bowl XIV (1979 season)
Super Bowl XL (2005 season)
Super Bowl XLIII (2008 season)
Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh Steelers
The Steelers have played in seven Super Bowls winning six of them, including four in six years.
The Pittsburgh Steelers won 4 Super bowl in a span of 6 years (1974-1979).
Yes. Back in the 1970's when the Steelers won four Super Bowls in six years, many of the players were part of all four championships.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have played in 7 Super Bowls.... Their record is 6-1... in February of 2009 the Steelers won their 6th Super Bowl (Super Bowl XLIII) against the Arizona Cardinals. They currently hold the record for most Super Bowls won over the history of the NFL.The Cowboys and the Patriots are tied with three superbowls each in the last twenty years.
1) Green Bay Packers - Super Bowls I and II (1966-1967 seasons). 2) Miami Dolphins - Super Bowls VII and VIII (1972-1973). 3) Pittsburgh Steelers - Super Bowls IX and X (1974-1975). 4) Pittsburgh Steelers - Super Bowls XIII and XIV (1978-1979). 5) San Francisco 49ers - Super Bowls XXIII and XXIV (1988-1989). 6) Dallas Cowboys - Super Bowls XXVII and XXVIII (1992-1993). 7) Denver Broncos - Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII (1997-1998). 8) New England Patriots - Super Bowls XXXVIII and XXXIX (2003-2004).
Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers. In Dallas.
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Chuck Noll, Lynn Swann, Terry Bradshaw, Mike Webster, Jack Lambert, Jack Ham, Joe Greene, LC Greenwood, John Stallworth and Franco Harris. Those are the centerpieces for winning the Pittsburgh Steelers 4 Super Bowls in 6 years.
Super Bowl XXLIII - Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XXLII - New York Giants Super Bowl XXLI - Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl XXL - Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XXXIX - New England Patriots
Yes. In 2009 the Steelers won Super Bowl XLIII and the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Red Wings in June 2009. Prior to that, no. The Steelers won 4 Super Bowls in the 70's and the Penguins didn't win their first Stanley Cup until 91 AND then again in 92. The Steelers didn't win in either of these years. The city did have two champions in the same year once before - 1979 when the Pirates and Steelers were both Champs.