Steelers Pittsburgh Named America’s Best City for Football Published 3 weeks ago on January 29, 2019 By Donnie Druin 15shares Share Tweet Flipboard Reddit Comment EmailYour inner-beliefs have now been confirmed. A study recently released by WalletHub dubbed the city of Pittsburgh as the best city for football in 2019. The study, compromised of 240 cities across the country, measured each city based off 21 metrics spanning from ticket prices to stadium accessibility. The study measured both college and professional football combined, with the city of Pittsburgh taking home the best professional football score while ranking 13th at the collegiate level. Pittsburgh has long been considered one of the best havens for football, yet has fallen short of gold on other lists. Emory University released a study in 2018 that claimed Steelers fans as the fifth best fan base in professional football, falling behind the Cowboys, Patriots, Eagles and Giants. In 2014, Bleacher Report released a study ranking the best cities to be a sports fan, ranking Pittsburgh 8th on the list behind the likes of Seattle and St. Louis. However, if Pittsburgh cannot lay claim to the best fan base in the NFL, ranking as the best football city comes as a close second. Boston, Green Bay, Dallas and New York ranked behind Pittsburgh in that order based off the numerous metrics used. Per the metrics used in the report, Pittsburgh ranked top five in the following categories: Best performing NFL team, most accessible stadium, and most engaged fans. Year in and year out, the Steel City produces some of the finest football that can be watched throughout the nation. Embedded in a rich history and tradition of winning, Pittsburgh’s passion, love, and religious following of the sport uphold a belief that can now be verified: Pittsburgh is the best place for football. 15shares Share Tweet Flipboard Reddit Comment Email Related Topics:featuredPittsburghSteelers Up Next Bettis, Ward Criticize Steelers Culture Don't Miss Potential Steelers Draft Targets, Post Senior Bowl Week Donnie Druin Continue Reading You may like Antonio Brown Officially Requests Trade Alan Faneca Left off 2019 Hall of Fame Ballot Pittsburgh Steelers Seven Round Mock Draft 1.0 Potential Steelers Draft Targets, Post Senior Bowl Week Steelers Keeping Close Watch on Senior Bowl Tight Ends Steelers Pro-Bowl Players: We Want Antonio Brown to Stay Click to comment Leave a Reply This comment form is under antispam protection This comment form is under antispam protection Subscribe Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments Steelers Now in Your Mailbox! Enter your email address to subscribe and get notifications of new posts in your mailbox. Email Address Latest Popular Videos Steelers10 hours ago Antonio Brown, Art Rooney II Meet, Agree ‘It Is Time to Move On’ Steelers4 days ago Art Rooney II, Antonio Brown to Meet Next Week Steelers Talk6 days ago Mic Drop: Antonio Brown Officially Requests Trade Steelers6 days ago New Betting Odds on Potential Antonio Brown Trade Destinations NFL7 days ago Ravens Trade Quarterback Joe Flacco To Denver Commentary7 days ago Vukovcan: Steelers Should Play Hard Ball With Antonio Brown Steelers Talk6 days ago Mic Drop: Antonio Brown Officially Requests Trade Steelers6 days ago New Betting Odds on Potential Antonio Brown Trade Destinations Steelers4 days ago Art Rooney II, Antonio Brown to Meet Next Week NFL7 days ago Ravens Trade Quarterback Joe Flacco To Denver Steelers Talk6 days ago Mic Drop: Antonio Brown Officially Requests Trade Steelers Talk1 week ago Mic Drop: Steelers Fans Can’t Criticize Browns for Signing Hunt Steelers Talk2 weeks ago Mic Drop: Hines Ward has Better HOF Case Than Julian Edelman Steelers Talk3 weeks ago Mic Drop: Patriots Are Greatest NFL Dynasty NFL3 weeks ago The Gamblin’ Man: Anthony Jaskulski Makes Awesome Super Bowl Prop Bets Like us on Facebook! Like us on Facebook!