How much did Heinz pay to have the football field in Pittsburgh named after it?

Answer H.J. Heinz Co. paid $57 million for the naming rights to Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. The $57 million payment appealed to Heinz because of its Heinz 57 Sauce product. The naming-rights deal signed in... Read More »

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What was the longest field goal ever at Heinz Field?

The longest field goal at Heinz Field was kicked by John Kasay of the Carolina Panthers. Kasay scored on a 54-yard kick against the Pittsburgh Steelers during a pre-season game in 2006. However, be... Read More »

Who owns Heinz Field?

Heinz Field is owned by the Sports and Exhibition Authority of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, also known as the SEA. It is a municipal government body that manages all public venues for sports an... Read More »

How high is Heinz Field?

Heinz Field has been the home of the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers since 2001. It has an elevation of approximately 750 feet above sea level. In addition, the stadium itself holds 65,000 fans and has a... Read More »

How many rows are in Heinz Field?

The number of rows of seating in Pittsburgh's Heinz Field varies by section. The lower level has approximately 34 rows, the club level has about 17 rows and the upper level has 38 rows. In all, the... Read More »