The Pittsburgh Steelers are one of two Pennsylvania pro football teams in the National Football League (NFL), the other being the Philadelphia Eagles. Unlike the Eagles, who have never won a Super Bowl, Pittsburgh holds the record at six. The Steelers were founded in 1933 by Art Rooney as the Pittsburgh Pirates — a name still assigned to the city’s Major League Baseball team. Rooney remained active until his death in 1988, and the Steelers have remained in his family ever since. The Pittsburgh Steelers are primarily known for their four-Super Bowl dynasty in the 1970s under Head Coach Chuck Noll. Many ’70s team members are Pro Football Hall of Famers, with 22 total inductees.