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One of the final weeks of the 2014 NFL regular season will feature an AFC-NFC showdown at the Georgia Dome when the Atlanta Falcons host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Dec. 14. The squads most recently met back in 2010 in Pittsburgh, while the Falcons last hosted the Steelers in 2006. Overall, Pittsburgh has enjoyed a significant advantage over Atlanta in terms of wins, claiming 12 of the 15 all-time matchups. For the Steelers, the contest will mark the final regular season road game of the year.
Georgia Dome Seating Information
The Georgia Dome is comprised of three main levels of seating for Falcons games. The innermost Lower Level spans from Sections 101-140, and is followed by the Mezzanine and Club Levels which make up Sections 200-251. The outermost Upper Level is the furthest from the playing field and consists of Sections 301-352. Unlike many major venues, all levels of the Georgia Dome wrap completely around the field. Atlanta typically occupies the sideline near Sections 130-140, while Pittsburgh will be positioned near Sections 110-120. Some ticket packages may also be available in the marketplace for purchase for the Dec. 14 contest.
Georgia Dome General Information
Guests, bags, purses, and other belongings are subject to search at the gates. The league-wide prohibited/permitted items policy will be in effect so be sure to familiarize yourself with the list in advance of attending Falcons vs Steelers.
Georgia Dome Parking Information
On-site parking is generally available for a fee, though spots are usually first-come, first-served. Accessible parking is offered in each parking lot as well. Additionally, MARTA stations often offer free parking lots for those interested in using park and ride options on Dec. 14.
Georgia Dome Gate Times
Fans can usually begin entering the Georgia Dome up to two hours before kickoff, but this is subject to change without notice for the Falcons-Steelers game.