Yes, they are. They were founded in 1933 .
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.
no the super bowl must be an AFC team against an NFC team
Yes. They are in the AFC North.
The home team will be the AFC.
no they are a NFC team
The Steelers are an AFC North team.
The Steelers play in the AFC (American Football Conference). They are part of the AFC North Division.
The oldest AFC team's are the "original NFL" franchises that are now in the AFC. The oldest is by far the Pittsburgh Steelersfounded in 1933. Second were the Browns in 1946 and third were the Colts in 1953.The first AFL teams were founded in 1959. When the league began play in 1960 their were 8 teams but the original 6 were as follow:Dallas Texans (Chiefs) , New York Titans (Jets), Houston Oilers (Titans), Denver Broncos, and the Los Angeles Chargers (San Diego). The sixth was Minnesota (Vikings) who opted out of the AFL before the season started in order to join the NFL as an expansion team in 1960.The founder of the AFL Lamar Hunt created the Dallas Texans now known as the Chiefs so it could be said that they were "first" AFC team...
the AFC team for superbowl 2011 is green bay packers. NFC is Pittsburgh steelers
They're the AFC team. Seattle is the NFC team.