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Roughly two months following the first meeting of the 2014 NFL season, AFC North rivals Baltimore and Pittsburgh will collide once more, this time around at Heinz Field on Nov. 2 for the regular-season finale. The two split the series last season during a year in which Cincinnati surprised many by winning the division for the first time since 2009. Historically, the Steelers have enjoyed a steady advantage in the wins column versus the Ravens, though in recent years, Baltimore has made progress toward closing the gap, having won four of the last six head-to-head contests.
Heinz Field Seating Information
All levels of Heinz Field will be available for those attending Steelers vs Ravens on Nov. 2. Dedicated fans can find ample Lower Level seating spanning Sections 101-144, with Sections 130-139 making up the Pittsburgh sideline and Sections 106-115 by the Baltimore bench. The 200 level, meanwhile, includes the Mezzanine (217-228) and Club (205-216 and 229-240), and the Upper Level offers seating in sideline Sections 528-541 and 504-517 and end zone Sections 518-527. Suites may be offered as well while supplies last.
Heinz Field General Information
While some items are permitted inside Heinz Field per the NFL's policy, guests are generally encouraged to leave bags at home, save for small clutch purses, one-gallon-sized freezer bags, or transparent tote or shoulder bags. Fans are free to bring snacks contained in clear bags, factory-sealed beverages, and blankets. Professional cameras and video recorders are prohibited, but personal still cameras are typically allowed. Be aware that Heinz Field is a smoke-free stadium with no designated smoking areas.
Heinz Field Parking Information
The closest parking to Heinz Field are Lots 1-4 in the Golden Triangle, and numerous lots and garages are also available surrounding the nearby PNC Park and Carnegie Science Center. If you choose to park downtown, train service to the stadium is available via the "T." Prepaid parking is available in certain lots, and limited accessible parking is available in Gold Lot 1.
Heinz Field Gate Times
Stadium gates usually open two hours before kickoff but times are subject to change in advance of Steelers-Ravens on Nov. 2.