You're closer to the action at Heinz Field! Unlike other multi-purpose facilities, Heinz Field is designed around the dimensions of the playing surface, creating a closer, more intimate fan experience. The first row of seats on the east and west sides are approximately 55 ft. from the sideline, while the north and south ends are about 25 ft. from the back of the endzone. The upper deck is stacked and overlaps the lower deck, bringing the fans in the upper deck seats closer to the field. Heinz Field's seats are designed to provide extra room and are contoured for greater comfort.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have one of the finest football stadiums in the country to call home!
Situated just north of Pittsburgh's Point State Park, the horseshoe shaped stadium seats 64,450 people and provides a stunning view of the city's breathtaking skyline and three rivers. Among its amenities are 127 luxury suites.
The Coca-Cola Great Hall is a 40,000-square feet showpiece for Western Pennsylvania football, both past and present. It features memorabilia, interactive display columns and huge murals depicting the rich history of football in the region and at the University of Pittsburgh.
The Steelers have their own expansive, private locker area at Heinz, the Duratz Locker Room. The plush dressing area spans nearly 6000 square feet and has custom-made oak lockers for 125 players.
The sightlines for fans are tremendous. On the sidelines, the field is just 60 feet away from the first row of seats. In the end zones, the distance is just 25 feet.
Hungry? No problem. There are 32 concession stands at Heinz Field. Additionally, there are seven team stores and 15 novelty stands to pick up your favorite Pittsburgh football gear.
There are over 400 television sets in Heinz Field and two video walls. The scoreboard video display measures 48 feet by 27 feet at a minimum. It has a 96-feet by 27-feet expansion capability.
After spending 30 years at the multipurpose Three Rivers Stadium, the Pittsburgh Steelers now play in one of the superior NFL stadiums. Like many other teams in the 1990's, the Steelers lobbied and received public funding to build a new stadium. The Steelers had played at Three Rivers Stadium along with the Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB) for more than thirty years. Construction for new stadiums for both the Steelers and the Pirates began in 1999. Both stadiums were constructed on opposite ends of Three Rivers Stadium, along the Ohio River. As part of a 20 year partnership with Heinz Company, the Steelers new stadium was named Heinz Field.