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For the first time since 2006, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will pay a visit to Heinz Field and will look to snap a four-game losing streak against the host Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. 28. The franchises haven't been paired up since 2010 and historically, have only met nine times in all, with Pittsburgh owning a dominant 8-1 advantage in the series. The matchup will be the first for the Steelers at home since the season opener against Cleveland, while for Tampa Bay; the game will be the second in a three-game road stint that also will include contests versus Atlanta and New Orleans.
Heinz Field Seating Information
Lower Level seating inside Heinz Field can be found across Sections 101-144, followed by the Club Level (205-216, 229-240), Mezzanine (217-228), and Upper Level (504-517, 528-541, 518-527), with substantial suite seating located throughout the stadium in between the 200 and 500 sections.
Heinz Field General Information
Fans at Heinz Field are generally prohibited from bringing coolers, noisemakers, strollers, laser pointers, and outside alcoholic beverages into the stadium. All bags are prohibited except for small clutch purses, one-gallon-sized freezer bags, and clear totes. Although small, personal cameras are allowed, attendees must leave tripods, professional cameras, and recording devices at home. For the safety of those in attendance, all guests and belongings are subject to search.
Heinz Field Parking Information
A variety of numbered parking lots and garages are available around Heinz Field as well as at the nearby PNC Park and Carnegie Science Center along the north shore of the Allegheny River. Ensure a spot in advance of the Steelers-Bucs contest by securing parking passes available for purchase in the marketplace while supplies last.
Heinz Field Gate Times
Heinz Field gates will open approximately two hours before kickoff on Sept. 28, though be advised that times are subject to change.