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October 2007 - PITTSBURGH - At the heart of Heinz Field is the Great Hall, which covers nearly one-acre of ground. During home football games, fans roam the Great Hall and choose between different food concessions with some featuring local food favorites.
Scattered t
hroughout the Great Hall are five tall Lombardi Trophy Column Displays and six interactive display columns featuring team memorabilia. Twenty different murals present the history of western Pennsylvania football and the Pittsburgh Steelers.


Coca-Cola Great Hall at Heinz Field

Coca-Cola Great Hall at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh


Steelers Hall of Fame locker displays


Player's lockers from the former Three Rivers Stadium have been used to display football equipment and personal mementos of Steelers in the Hall of Fame as well as other Steeler football legends.


Lockers are used to display Steelers football equipment





From September 20 to November 5, 2007, the general public can tour a special 75th Season Hall of Fame section at the Great Hall. Hours are 11am to 2pm, Monday through Friday, and admission is free.

NOTE: The 75th Season display has been moved to the Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh where it is scheduled to appear through February 10, 2008.

Steelers 75th Season Banner

The Pittsburgh Steelers 75th Anniversary


The Steelers All-Time Team
Announced October 24, 2007



Jerome Bettis - Running Back (1996-05)

Rocky Bleier - Running Back (1968, 1970-80)
Terry Bradshaw - Quarterback (1970-83)
Larry Brown - Offensive Tackle (1971-84)
Bennie Cunningham - Tight End (1976-85)
Dermontti Dawson - Center (1988-00)
Alan Faneca - Guard (1998-Present)

Franco Harris - Running Back (1972-83)

Tunch Ilkin - Offensive Tackle (1980-92)
Jon Kolb - Offensive Tackle (1969-81)

Elbie Nickel - Tight End (1947-57)

John Stallworth - Wide Receiver (1974-87)

Lynn Swann - Wide Receiver (1974-82)

Hines Ward - Wide Receiver (1998-Present)

Mike Webster - Center (1974-88)



Mel Blount - Cornerback (1970-83)
Jack Butler - Defensive Back (1951-59)
Joe Greene - Defensive Tackle (1969-81)

L.C. Greenwood - Defensive End (1969-81)
Jack Ham - Outside Linebacker (1971-82)

Casey Hampton - Nose Tackle (2001-Present)
Carnell Lake - Safety (1989-98)
Jack Lambert - Middle Linebacker (1974-84)
Greg Lloyd - Outside Linebacker (1988-97)
Troy Polamalu - Safety (2003-Present)

Joey Porter - Outside Linebacker (1999-2006)
Andy Russell - Outside Linebacker (1963, 1966-76)
Donnie Shell - Safety (1974-87)

Ernie Stautner - Defensive Tackle (1950-63)

Dwight White - Defensive End (1971-80)
Rod Woodson - Cornerback (1987-96)


Gary Anderson - Kicker (1982-94)

Bobby Walden - Punter (1968-77)


Rod Woodson's throwback football jersey featuring the crest of the City of Pittsburgh

Rod Woodson throwback jersey
The Pittsburgh Steelers 1969-1975

The Pittsburgh Steelers

Great Steeler teams
are listed by year

Banner of Steeler greats
Louis Lipps football mementos

Display featuring
wide receiver
#83 Louis Lipps

The "Immaculate Reception" is definitely the most significant play in Pittsburgh Steelers history and quite possibly in the history of the NFL.

[Memorial dedication video]

The Immaculate Reception banner



Arthur Joseph Rooney
"The Chief"
Jan 27, 1901 - Aug 25, 1988

Art Rooney was an exceptional athlete, playing minor league baseball, semi-pro football and boxing his way onto the US Olympic Boxing Team in 1920, even though he did not compete. On July 8, 1933, he founded the 5th oldest franchise in the National Football League, which were originally called the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Chief's cigars and humidor highlight his Steelers display
Art Rooney's cigars and humidor highlight the AJR display

At some point Mr. Rooney became affectionately known as 'The Chief.' The Steeler players took great joy in presenting him with the team's first Super Bowl Trophy following their win in Super Bowl IX against the Minnesota Vikings. Fans remember him for his personal responses to their letters; postcards that were signed "Good wishes always to you and yours - Art Rooney."

Super Bowl IX Football - To the Chief
To the Chief
Arthur J. Rooney
Super Bowl IX Champions

Art Rooney, Sr. was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio in 1964 for his contributions to the NFL and the Pittsburgh Steelers. His larger-than-life statue outside Heinz Field is a fitting reminder of 'The Chief.'

Art Rooney - 'THE CHIEF'
The Chief with a cigar sitting outside Heinz Field

Super Bowl MVP Footballs
  Super Bowl IX, X, XIII and XIV

Franco Harris
Super Bowl IX
MVP Football

Franco Harris MVP football from Super Bowl IXl
Lynn Swann MVP football from Super Bowl X

Lynn Swann
Super Bowl X
MVP Football

Terry Bradshaw
Super Bowl XIII
MVP Football

Terry Bradshaw MVP football from Super Bowl XIII
Super Bowl XIV - MVP game ball - Terry Bradshaw

Terry Bradshaw
Super Bowl XIV
MVP Football


Great Hall at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh
Great Hall - Summer 2011
Row of six columns representing Super
Bowl trophies from Super Bowl
Super Bowl XL football Super Bowl XLIII football



Steelers Training Camp

Steelers Night Practice in Latrobe

Pittsburgh Sports


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