|Location||Pittsburgh, United States of America|
|Capacity||Football: 68,400; Hockey: 68,111|
Heinz Field is located along the river Ohio in the North Shore neighbourhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; the United States. It is the home ground of the Pittsburgh Steelers that plays in the National Football League (NFL) and the Pittsburgh Panthers (an intercollegiate football team) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) since 2001. The stadium was officially opened in 2001 and named after the food processing company H. J. Heinz that had purchased the naming rights. The construction work commenced on June 18, 1999 and celebrated its inauguration ceremony after two years on 18th August 2001. HOK Sport (also famous with the name Populous) designed the structure of the stadium.