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And you thought you were a devoted fan. This Pittsburgh fan covered his torso and arms in tattoos supporting his city and its teams.
The Pittsburgh Pirates used to be a joke of a team, but they are pretty good and are rocking this Saturday Night Live starting lineup video.
In a major heroin bust, three Pitt football players were arrested after a SWAT team had to break a door down to find them.
Paul Rudd tells Conan O’Brien about his naked locker room visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers when he was a 10-year old boy.
AJ Burnett looked ready to start Opening Day for the Pittsburgh Pirates. His rosin bag? No so much.
Sidney Crosby is the NHL’s leading scorer and face of the Pittsburgh Penguins. However, that face got nailed by a puck on Saturday, ouch.
Pitt’s Trey Woodall breaks down in tears after his Panthers lost to Wichita State in the Round of 64 of the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
The Pitt Panthers are trying to schedule their first-ever ACC game against Florida State on national television.
University Ticket Office | General Public | Season Tickets/Alumni | Students | Will Call, Recruits, Players Family | Ticket Policy/FAQ’s University Ticket Office Panthers Ticket Office Lobby of the Petersen Events Center 3719 Terrace St Pittsburgh, PA 15261 Phone # 800-643-PITT (7488) Website E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:00pm (Return to Top) General Public Any remaining [...]
South Shore – Station Square Shuttle Service For fans parking at Station Square on Pittsburgh’s South Shore, The Gateway Clipper offers a shuttle service to and from Station Square to Heinz Field. For more information, please call (412) 355-7980 or visit gatewayclipper.com. This service begins approximately 2 hours prior to game time, and resumes service at [...]
Directions to Heinz Field Heinz Field is located on Pittsburgh’s North Shore. Following are suggested routes to the North Shore. Use the map to the right to located your exact lot location. From the East Take I-376/US-22 and go West for 14.2 miles Then take Exit 1 to North Shore and I-279 North Bear left [...]
From the East Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76) west to Exit 57 to I-376 West. From I-376 (the “Parkway East”) take the “University of Pittsburgh/Oakland/Route 885 North” exit (Exit 3B) onto Bates Street. Stay on Bates until it ends at Bouquet Street, approximately eight-tenths of a mile. Turn left onto Bouquet, then right at the [...]
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Where To Be | Family Friendly Tailgating | Tailgating Rules & Regulations Where To Be Aw snap Pitt fans, we are still trying to catch this information. To add the inside scoop click here. (Return to Top) Family Friendly Tailgating Aw snap Pitt fans, we are still trying to catch this information. To add the [...]
General Public | Season Ticket/Reserved | RV, Bus & Other | Handicap General Public Like most stadiums, the majority of parking directly around the stadium is reserved for season ticket holders. Heinz Field is located on the North Shore, just to the north of downtown (don’t plan on parking on campus). If you arrive early [...]
Admission All guests entering Heinz Field must have a valid event ticket or credential to gain admission into the stadium. Guests arriving afterhalftime should use Gate B, which will be open the entire game. Alcohol Guests of Heinz Field must be 21 years or older to purchase/consumealcoholic beverages. ARAMARK reserves the right to check proof oflegal [...]
Prior to Heinz Field The team first played at Recreation Park. Beginning in 1900, the Panthers played their games at Exposition Park on the North Shore of Pittsburgh, sharing the stadium with the Pittsburgh Pirates. In 1909 the Panthers, along with the Pirates, moved to Forbes Field, located on campus, where they played until 1924. [...]
References: University of Pittsburgh, PittsburghPanthers.com