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The Pittsburgh Steelers will open the 2014 season at home on Sept. 7 against a familiar foe in the AFC North rival Cleveland Browns. The Steelers have been downright dominant over the last decade, going 19-2 in the last 21 matchups, including prevailing in each of the last three meetings. The Browns have not won at Heinz Field since 2003.
Heinz Field Seating Information
All sections of the stadium will be available for Steelers vs Browns including the Lower Level (100), Club Level (200), Mezzanine (200), and Upper Level (500). Suites may be for sale for the game as well, though quantities may be limited. Anything available in the marketplace will be featured in the listings on this page. Note that the Steelers usually occupy the sideline near Sections 130-139.
Heinz Field General Information
To ensure a safe game day experience on Sept. 7, all NFL policies regarding prohibited items will be in effect including any unauthorized backpacks, purses, or bags. However, fans are typically permitted to bring a clear tote or a clear one-gallon freezer bag to the game. Video recorders, audio recorders, and cameras with lenses greater than six inches in length are prohibited, but you may bring a personal camera and camera bag. Noisemakers, cans, bottles, coolers, alcoholic beverages, and strollers also are usually prohibited at Heinz Field.
Heinz Field Parking Information
Parking for Browns-Steelers game should be available in a number of lots and garages located around the stadium. First Avenue Garage and Mellon Garage offer ample parking, and there are more than 20,000 parking spaces available downtown. If you choose to park downtown, you can usually ride the "T" rail to the stadium free of charge.
Heinz Field Gate Times
Gates typically open two hours before kickoff but check with Heinz Field directly for more information regarding game day details for the Steelers' home opener on Sept. 7.