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|The Pittsburgh Steelers, initially named the Pittsburgh Pirates, became an NFL franchise in 1933 and has gone on to become one of the most decorated teams in the league, earning multiple Super Bowl victories. They gained the Steelers moniker in 1940 based off of a winning entry in a fan contest held by a local newspaper to name the team. Since that time the team has acquired a fiercely dedicated fan base and more than a few equally ferocious rivalries.
The Steelers’ historical rivalries cover the 1960s and 70s including the New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, Dallas Cowboys and the Oakland Raiders. Current division contentions include the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals. The Pittsburgh Steelers play at Heinz Field located in the North Shore neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Distinguished former Steelers players include Joe Greene, Terry Bradshaw, Jerome Bettis, Rod Woodson, Jack Lambert and Franco Harris.
During World War II, the Steelers merged with other teams to cope with player shortages, but in 1947 the reestablished Pittsburgh team had a winning season and made a brief playoffs appearance. In the 1970s, the Steelers became a football dynasty under the leadership of Chuck Noll. Known for his brilliant draft choices, Noll had selected numerous future Hall of Famers by 1974. He drafted four players that would make it to the Hall of Fame in 1974 alone. The Steelers made eight playoff appearances during the 70s, and won four Super Bowls in six years.
In the early 90s, Noll retired, but the Steelers would see continuing success. The Steelers made an appearance in Super Bowl XXX in 1995, but lost to the Dallas Cowboys. The team continued to have mostly winning seasons for the next decade. The Steelers won Super Bowl XL in 2005 and Super Bowl XLIII in 2008. The team again made it to the Super Bowl in 2010, but lost to the Green Bay Packers.