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Three Rivers Stadium

A Confluence of Champions

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Erected on the city’s Northside in 1970, Three Rivers Stadium was Pittsburgh’s home of champions for three decades. It hosted the first-ever World Series game played at night as the Pirates would win their last two titles there. The Pitt-Penn State rivalry in college football was never more heated than under the bright lights of Three Rivers. The Steel Curtain era of the Steelers brought Super Bowl wins and elevated the stadium to become one of the most feared venues in all of professional sports. Locally referred to as the “House that Clemente Built,” the stadium was the site of the beloved right fielder’s 3,000th hit. Join local sportswriters as they recall the roaring crowds, rocking stands and greatest moments of Three Rivers Stadium.
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