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Pittsburgh Steelers Panoramic Picture
This Pittsburgh Steelers panoramic picture features the Pittsburgh Steelers playing at Heinz Field. The fifth-oldest franchise in the NFL, the Pittsburgh club was founded in 1933, by Arthur Joseph Rooney, who laid the groundwork for a football dynasty. In 1940, the club’s name was changed to “Steelers” to represent the city’s dominant steel industry. The Steelers official Steelmark logo is based on the steel industry and features three diamond shapes, yellow for coal, orange for ore and blue for steel scrap. In 1978, the Steelers became the first NFL franchise to win three Super Bowls; in 1979, the first to win four; and in 2008, the first to win six. They are also the only NFL franchise to have won back-to-back Super Bowl’s twice. The unframed Pittsburgh Steelers panoramic picture measures 40 inches by 13 1/2 inches.