Steelers Run & Walk presented by Gatorade | Pittsburgh Steelers -


Kick off the 2021 season with the Steelers Run and Walk! All proceeds will benefit the Art Rooney Scholarship Fund and Chuck Noll Foundation for Brain Injury Research. Run together as Steelers Nation this Labor Day Weekend and show your Steelers pride from all around the world!

  • All participants will receive a short-sleeve performance t-shirt, finisher medal and a goody bag.
  • The timing device is attached to the race bib.
  • Participants may pick up packets for family or friends

Registration is NOW open!


In-person: Sunday, September 5, 2021*

Virtual event: Friday, September 3 - Monday, September 6, 2021

*Times, dates and location may change due to CDC and State Regulations*


8 a.m. ET


In-person: Heinz Field

Virtual event: Wherever you wave your Terrible Towel


Week 1, Chase Claypool Mini Helmet: Amy S.
Week 2, Eric Ebron Mini Helmet: Kimberly M.
Week 3, Derek Watt Authentic Football: Carolyn M.
Week 4, $50 Pro Shop Gift Card: Catie S.
Week 5, Stephon Tuitt Authentic Football: Margaret A.
Week 6, Diontae Johnson Mini Helmet: Annette S.
Week 7, Joe Haden Mini Helmet: Todd L.
Week 8, $100 Pro Shop Gift Card: Georgette M.
Week 9, Gatorade Prize Pack: TBA

About the Art Rooney Scholarship Fund
The Art Rooney Scholarship Fund was established in memory of the late founder of the Steelers, who died in August of 1988 after living most of his life on the North Side. The scholarship annually provides a grant to a North Catholic High School student and funds the Pittsburgh Promise scholarships for two students graduating from Pittsburgh high schools who are residents of the North Side. Since its beginning, the scholarship has awarded grants to 90 local students.

About the Chuck Noll Foundation for Brain Injury Research
The Steelers launched the Chuck Noll Foundation for Brain Injury Research in 2016 to support continued research and education regarding brain injuries and treatment of sports-related concussions. The Foundation funds research that it believes is the most promising in the area of sports-related concussions and related conditions. To help best evaluate which research programs to fund, some of the most renowned neurosurgeons in the country serve on a national medical advisory panel.

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