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Eagles, Steelers, Phillies & More. Home to a proud collection of professional and college programs, Pennsylvania is an epicenter for storied and competitive sports teams in the northeast.
Football Fans, you're in luck. Pennsylvania football is represented by two different NFL teams – the Pittsburgh Steelers of the American Football Conference and the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football Conference. The Steelers compete in the AFC North at Heniz Field, while the Eagles play in the NFC East at Lincoln Financial Field. Visit Pittsburgh and metropolitan Philadelphia to cheer on the home team this fall.
Travel to downtown Philadelphia from October to April and surely you'll catch NBA fever. Founded in 1966, the Philadelphia 76ers play home games at Wells Fargo Center. Don't miss the high-flying, slam dunk action this winter.
Visit Pennsylvania and catch a ball game this summer. Major League Baseball is epitomized by two different clubs – the Pittsburg Pirates and the Philadelphia Phillies. The Phillies run the bases in downtown Philadelphia at Citizens Bank Park. Their American League counterpart, the Pittsburg Pirates, play all home games at PNC Park.
You might notice that pro teams in Pennsylvania sometimes come in pairs, and pro hockey teams are no different. The Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers, two of the NHL's more popular franchises, rip across the ice from October to April. Catch a Flyers game in downtown Philly at the Wells Fargo Center. Or Pittsburgh visitors can take in a Penguins game at Consol Energy Center.
Of course, we can't forget about college sports. Pennsylvania features three Division I colleges that compete in all major sports. The Penn State Nittany Lions and University of Pittsburgh Panthers both play a significant, historic role in Pennsylvania sports and have done so for well over 100 years.
Year round, Pennsylvania visitors are met with a variety of sporting events that cater to die-hard and casual sports fans alike. Witness the action during your next Pennsylvania visit.