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Whether you’re looking for point spreads, totals, moneylines, quarter and halftime lines, props, or division, conference and Super Bowl futures, FOX Bet is the place to be for betting on the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Steelers odds are available all season long, starting in the months leading up to the 17-week regular season in September (each NFL team has 16 regular-season games with one bye week). In seasons where the team reaches the postseason, Pittsburgh Steelers playoff odds are offered throughout the month of January and potentially all the way to the Super Bowl in February.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are one of four teams in the NFL’s AFC North division along with the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns. The Steelers play their home games at Heinz Field, which also serves as the home for college football’s University of Pittsburgh Panthers. Heinz Field opened in 2001. The Pittsburgh Steelers had played their home games from 1970 until 2000 at Three Rivers Stadium.

With a 27–23 victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Raymond James Stadium on February 1, 2009, the Pittsburgh Steelers became the first NFL franchise to win six Super Bowls since the start of the Super Bowl era. Steelers wide receiver Santonio Holmes scored the game-winning touchdown on a 6-yard catch with 35 seconds left. Holmes’ nine catches for 131 yards included four receptions for 73 yards on the final game-winning drive. He was named Super Bowl MVP, became the sixth wide receiver and third Pittsburgh receiver to win the award (Lynn Swann and Hines Ward were the previous Steelers receivers to be named Super Bowl MVP.)

The Pittsburgh Steelers joined the NFL in 1933. They appeared in only one playoff game prior to 1972, losing 21–0 to the Philadelphia Eagles in 1947. The Steelers would become a dynasty in the 1970s under the leadership of head coach Chuck Noll, who was hired prior to the 1969 season. One of the best evaluators of talent in NFL history, Noll drafted a slew of future Hall of Famers, including defensive tackle “Mean” Joe Greene in 1969, quarterback Terry Bradshaw and cornerback Mel Blount in 1970, linebacker Jack Ham in 1971 and running back Franco Harris in 1972. It was the Steelers' draft class of 1974, however, that is considered the best by any team in NFL history. With the selections of center Mike Webster, linebacker Jack Lambert, and wide receivers Lynn Swann and John Stallworth, the Pittsburgh Steelers remain the only team ever to draft four future Hall of Famers in the same year. That nucleus of players propelled the Steelers to four Super Bowl victories over a six-season span between 1974 and 1979. The Steelers won the fifth Super Bowl in franchise history with a 21–10 win over the Seattle Seahawks under head coach Bill Cowher on February 5, 2006 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan.

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ all-time passing leader is quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, and their all-time leading rusher is Franco Harris with 11,950 yards. Hines Ward is the Steelers’ all-time leading receiver with 1,000 receptions for 12,083 career yards, and kicker Gary Anderson is the franchise’s all-time leading scorer with 1,343 points.