100 Art Rooney Avenue • Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Heinz Field Seating Chart
Heinz Field is in the shape of a horseshoe, with the south end open. Two, three tiered grandstands are located on both sides of the field. The lower deck circles around the entire field. A section of bleacher seats are located on a second deck on the north side of Heinz Field. The stadium has a capacity of 64,450 which includes 7,000 club seats and 120 luxury suites. Behind the seats on the south end is a massive 48 ft. by 27 ft. scoreboard.
Heinz Field has many amenities including several entertainment areas, team stores, restaurants, and a Steelers Hall of Fame. Because of its horseshoe shape, fans attending games at Heinz Field receive excellent views of the Pittsburgh skyline.
Beautiful fall football weather abounds in September and October, when temperatures are in the 60s and 70s. It drops to the 40s and 50s in November and plunges to who-knows-what by December and January.
Try the hamburgers and sausages, which are cooked on a charcoal grill. Iron City is the town's best known beer, and it's ideal for washing down a kielbasa sandwich.
If you're coming from the NORTH, you should park in the NORTH!
Your best parking choice is to use one of the North Shore surface lots or garages around Heinz Field. By staying on the North Shore, you'll have the easiest access, to and from the stadium.
If you're coming from the EAST, SOUTH or WEST - parking downtown will be best for you.
You can then get to the stadium by walking over the Clemente Bridge. With several parking options downtown. It's an easy and cost effective way to get to the stadium.
FROM THE AIRPORT:
Take Route 60 South toward Pittsburgh that turns into I-279 through the Fort Pitt Tunnel. Keep to the left after exiting tunnel and merge left to cross Fort Duquesne Bridge. Exit to left (EXIT 7A) after crossing bridge turn left onto Allegheny Avenue and follow to North Shore Drive, which circles Heinz Field. (During construction please follow detour signs for 279N and then signs for North Shore.)
FROM 279 PARKWAY NORTH:
Follow I-279 South to the North Shore Exit (Heinz Field/PNC Park). Follow Reedsdale to the second traffic light and make left onto Allegheny Avenue and follow North Shore Drive, which circles Heinz Field.
Take the Monroeville Exit- head toward Pittsburgh. You will be on I - 376. Follow I-376 to North Shore ramp onto Fort Duquesne Boulevard. Keep to the left and merge left to cross Fort Duquesne Bridge. Exit to left (EXIT 7A) after crossing bridge and turn left onto Allegheny Avenue and follow North Shore Drive, which circles Heinz Field.
Prepare for the weather, it could change
Know how to get to and from the stadium
Remember which parking lot you are in
Bring some extra cash
DON’T forget your tickets!