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How long has it been since the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers were champions?

Pittsburgh Steelers It's big words in the NFL. Their six rings they position him at the top of the table, which he shares with New England Patriot


Pittsburgh Steelers It’s big words in the NFL. Their six rings they position him at the top of the table, which he shares with New England Patriots. Without Ben Roethlisberger at the controls he is given the task of reaching the seventh coronation, the one that has been waiting for him in recent years.

The team has not found results (neither collective nor individual returns) in recent years and the pressure from the fans is increasing. The people of the Steelers are accustomed to success, the one that has eluded them for more than a decade.

How long has it been since the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers were champions?

February 1st 2009, Pittsburgh Steelers added their sixth title, with Mike Tomlin as coach. Record of 12-4 in the Regular Phase, victories against Chargers (35-24) and Ravens (23-14) to win the AFC and unforgettable 27-23 against the Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII, with james harrison leaving one of the most spectacular images in the history of the NFL, closing the first half with a 100-yard pick six.

A scoring reception from Santonio Holmes with 35 seconds to go, he stamped the final 27-23 to bring bitterness to Arizona. Two years later, in 2011, he would be at the gates of a new title but Green Bay Packers won 31-25 at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium.

All appearances of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl

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Date
Champion
Result
Loser
Campus

IX December 12, 1975
Pittsburgh Steelers
Minnesota Vikings 16-6 Tulane Stadium (New Orleans, LA)

X January 18, 1976
Pittsburgh Steelers
21-17 Dallas Cowboys Miami Orange Bowl

XIII January 21, 1979
Pittsburgh Steelers
35-31 Dallas Cowboys Miami Orange Bowl

XIV January 20, 1980
Pittsburgh Steelers
31-19 Los Angeles Rams Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)

XXX January 28, 1996 Dallas Cowboys 27-17
Pittsburgh Steelers
Sun Devils Stadium (Tempe, AZ)

XL February 5, 2006
Pittsburgh Steelers
21-10 Seattle Seahawks Ford Field (Detroit, MI)

XLIII February 1, 2009
Pittsburgh Steelers
Arizona Cardinals 27-23 Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, FL)

XLV February 6, 2011 Green Bay Packers 31-25
Pittsburgh Steelers
Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, TX)