By the Numbers: Home Sweet Home


Here are some numbers on Heinz Field as the Steelers get set to host the San Francisco 49ers in the 2015 regular season home opener.


The Steelers are 81-30-1 (.728) at home during the regular season since Heinz Field opened in 2001, which is tied as the third-best winning percentage in the NFL during that time span in home games behind only the Patriots (.841) and the Ravens (.759).


The Steelers look to remain unbeaten and improve to 2-0 at Heinz Field versus the 49ers.


Pittsburgh's owns a 22-5-1 (.804) record at home against NFC opponents since opening Heinz Field in 2001.


In 2014, the Steelers won six of its eight home games at Heinz Field.


The attendance of the largest regular season crowd to watch a Steelers game at Heinz Field. This occurred on October 25, 2009 when the Steelers hosted and defeated the Minnesota Vikings, 27-17.

Here is a look at each the statistical leaders for both the Steelers and 49ers heading into Sunday's week two matchup at Heinz Field.


The new listed seating capacity of Heinz Field heading into the 2015 season. 2,700 additional seats were added in the South Plaza of Heinz Field prior to the 2015 season, giving fans on the team's waiting list the opportunity to become season ticket holders in 2015.


The Steelers are 21-2 in regular season home openers since Heinz Field opened in 2001.


Mike Tomlin has led the Steelers to a 47-17 career regular-season record at Heinz Field.

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