The Steelers have held their annual training camp at several locations throughout club history before settling on their current camp home at Saint Vincent College. The 2013 season marks the 48th consecutive year that the Steelers have held their preseason training camp in Latrobe, Pa. The Steelers’ 48-year tenure at Saint Vincent College ranks second (tied with Minnesota) in the NFL for training camp longevity, trailing only the Green Bay Packers, who have held their preseason camp at St. Norbert College in DePere, Wisc., for 56 years. The final two weeks of the Steelers’ 1966 training camp were held at St. Vincent College after beginning camp at the University of Rhode Island. The Steelers first full camp at St. Vincent College took place in 1967.
The following is a complete list of places where the Pittsburgh Steelers have held their training camps, along with the years they were there.
|Moore Field, Pittsburgh, Pa.||1933-37|
|St. Francis College||1938-40|
|Hershey, Pa.||1941-42, 1945-46|
|Alliance College (Cambridge Springs, Pa.)||1947-51|
|St. Bonaventure College||1952-57|
|California State Teachers College||1958-60|
|Slippery Rock College||1961|
|West Liberty College (Wheeling, W.Va.)||1962-63|
|University of Rhode Island||1964-66*|
|Saint Vincent College||1966-Present|
*The Steelers held some practices at Saint Vincent College on their way back to Pittsburgh in 1966.