Here is a list of the best Pittsburgh Steelers books, some I have read myself, some that I did research on, and all have great reviews!
- 1. 100 Things Steelers Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die (100 Things…Fans Should Know) (2013)
- 2. Pittsburgh Steelers Trivia Quiz Book: 500 Questions on all Things Black and Yellow (2017)
- 3. James Conner: The Triumphs of a Football Hero (Amazing Sports Biographies) (2019)
- 4. Classic Steelers: The 50 Greatest Games in Pittsburgh Steelers History (Classic Sports) (2014)
- 5. Starless: The 1947 Pittsburgh Steelers (2018)
- 6. Their Life’s Work: The Brotherhood of the 1970s Pittsburgh Steelers (2014)
- 7. In the Locker Room (2018)
- 8. Great Moments in Pittsburgh Steelers Football: From the very beginning of football right through to the Mike Tomlin era. (2018)
- 9. Reasons To Be A Steelers Fan: A funny, blank book, gag gift for Pittsburgh Steelers fans; or a great coffee table addition for all Steelers haters! (2017)
- 10. Live Love Steelers Football Journal: A lined notebook for the Pittsburgh Steelers fan, 6×9 inches, 200 pages. Live Love Football in black and I Heart Steelers in gold. (Sports Fan Journals) (2018)
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In this ultimate guide, true fans of Pittsburgh Steelers football will learn the origins of the team’s iconic logo, the best place to tailgate before kickoff, and how the legendary Steel Curtain defense got its nickname. Whether a die-hard booster from the days of Jack Ham or a new supporter of head coach Mike Tomlin, fans need to know these 100 essential pieces of Steelers knowledge and trivia, as well as must-do activities. This updated edition includes the Steelers’ 2010 AFC championship squad and key moments and personalities from the team’s…
Think you know about the Pittsburgh Steelers? Put your knowledge to the test with this selection of quizzes on all things black and yellow.The book covers the whole history of the franchise, from the glorious Chuck Noll era, the renaissance under Bill Cowher and the successful teams of Mike Tomlin. The biggest names in Steelers history are present and correct so look out for questions on Terry Bradshaw, Joe Greene, Ben Roethlisberger, James Harrison and many, many more.There are 500 questions in all covering running backs and receivers, coaches and quarterbacks, pass rushers and punters…
James Conner grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania, and from a young age, he showed promise as a gifted athlete. In high school, he was an unblockable defensive end. When he finally got his chance at lead running back, he became one of the most exciting offensive players in the state. At the end of his high school career, he chose to attend college in Pittsburgh―and became one of the top players in the country. But after he suffered a severe injury and then was diagnosed with cancer, his future in football was in jeopardy. This is a story of determination and perseverance. It is proof that…
When it came to football in the 1930s, the college sport was king. But in 1933, former boxer and minor league baseball player Art Rooney, who had quarterbacked the squad at Duquesne University, purchased a team for Pittsburgh for $2,500. Thus began the legacy we know as “Steeler Nation.” At the time, no one could have imagined that the Pirates, as they were originally named, would become a treasured possession for Pittsburghers. For the first 40 years, the franchise was a national joke. With only one playoff performance―a 21–0 defeat at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles for the eastern division title in…
5. Starless: The 1947 Pittsburgh Steelers (2018)
Starless: The 1947 Pittsburgh Steelers is the story of Pittsburgh’s first NFL playoff team. They were an unlikely set of no-name brawlers who came together to make a championship run. When tragedy intervened and the stars fell, it would be another 25 years before the Steelers were in the playoffs again….
“The definitive book of the 1970s Pittsburgh Steelers” (Scott Brown, ESPN): A unique literary sports book that—through exquisite reportage, love, and honesty—tells the full story of the best team to ever play the game.The Pittsburgh Steelers of the 1970s won an unprecedented and unmatched four Super Bowls in six years. A dozen of those Steelers players, coaches, and executives have been inducted into the Hall of Fame, and three decades later their names echo in popular memory: “Mean” Joe Greene, Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris, Mike Webster, Jack Lambert, Lynn Swann, and John Stallworth….
7. In the Locker Room (2018)
About the Author Tunch Ilkin played offensive tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1980 to 1992, appearing in two Pro Bowls. He has served as a Steelers broadcaster and analyst for the past 20 years and is the host of the long-running “In the Locker Room” radio show with Craig Wolfley on ESPN 970. Scott Brown is an author and freelance writer who has written for ESPN.com, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and Florida Today. Brown has authored or coauthored several sports books, including The Pittsburgh Steelers Fans’ Bucket List and Miracle in the Making: The Adam Taliaferro Story….
8. Great Moments in Pittsburgh Steelers Football: From the very beginning of football right through to the Mike Tomlin era. (2018)
This book begins at the beginning of Football and goes right to the Mike Tomlin era. It is written for those of us who love Pittsburgh Steelers Football. Those who are not the top fans of the Steelers will also want possession of this book, so they can get a leg up on the facts missing from bookshelves of those Steelers fans who do not have this book. The book first tells the story about the precursor teams to the Pirates and then the founding of the Pittsburgh Pirates as a new National Football League (NFL) team from Pittsburgh in 1933. But it reaches back even further in history than 1933 to find the precursor…
9. Reasons To Be A Steelers Fan: A funny, blank book, gag gift for Pittsburgh Steelers fans; or a great coffee table addition for all Steelers haters! (2017)
Are you a huge fan of the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, Cincinatti Bengals, Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders or any other team? Oh, and do you think the Pittsburgh Steelers suck more than any other team? If yes, and you think the Steelers suck, this is the book for you! A blank book gift that contains precisely 1600 words. In other ‘words’, it is a gag gift, but also a must-have addition to any Steelers fan or Steelers hater coffee table. A funny, blank book, gag gift about the Pittsburgh Steelers; or a great coffee table addition for all Steelers haters! The most thoroughly researched and coherently argued fan guide to date, “Reasons…
10. Live Love Steelers Football Journal: A lined notebook for the Pittsburgh Steelers fan, 6×9 inches, 200 pages. Live Love Football in black and I Heart Steelers in gold. (Sports Fan Journals) (2018)
Any Pittsburgh Steelers football fan who loves to write will enjoy this 6×9-inch 200-page lined journal. The cream-colored pages and gray lines are easier on the eyes than black ink on white paper.Perfect to use as a diary for recording your daily thoughts or to just have a notebook to carry with you at all times. Small enough to fit in a purse or backpack but big enough to last for a long time!Practical and last-minute gift idea for Pittsburgh Steelers fans of any age who like to write … men, women, boys and girls. Diehard Steelers fans would love to get one of these for any…
Best Pittsburgh Steelers Books that Should be on Your Bookshelf
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Dan Rooney: My 75 Years with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the NFL
Author(s): Dan Rooney
ID: 496419, Publisher: , Year: 2008, Size: 717 Kb, Format: pdf
The 50 Greatest Plays in Pittsburgh Steelers Football History
Author(s): Steve Hickoff
ID: 1343993, Publisher: Independent Publishers Group;Triumph Books, Year: 2008, Size: 7 Mb, Format: epub
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