2017 Steelers Kickoff Rally

Magee helped kickoff the season with the newest members of Steelers Nation.

View photos of the event on Magee's Facebook page.

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Watch a video of the rally from the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Pittsburgh Steelers Partnership with Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC

With the highest percentage of female fans in the NFL, Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC is proud to partner with the Pittsburgh Steelers in promoting women’s health and breast cancer awareness. Our partnership raises awareness for the Magee-Womens Cancer Program, part of the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center and recognizes cancer survivors during the “Crucial Catch – Intercept Cancer” game held at Heinz Field in October.

Learn more about our breast cancer ​related events​ in October.

Magee-Sponsored Events

Since 2012, Magee has teamed up with the Steelers to present a variety of annual women-only events, where we provide valuable health information by a women’s health expert from Magee-Womens Hospital.

Some of the activities at these events include:

  • ​The opportunity to meet current and former players and coaches
  • Running drills at the Steelers Training Camp, Heinz Field, and the Steelers practice facility​, the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex.
  • Tours of the Heinz Field Press Box, the team's locker room, and the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex

Each person receives a gift bag filled with Magee and Steelers branded items!

Throughout the season, Magee sponsors the following events (activities vary by event and are subject to change):​

Women’s Training Camp

Get a glimpse into a day at Steelers training camp! Women’s Training Camp is held at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, PA, site of the Steelers offseason training camp.

Women attending Women’s Training Camp will enjoy a fun-filled day where they get to see what it’s like to be a Pittsburgh Steeler. They will also hear from an expert from Magee about women's health-related topics.

Watch the recap from last year's Women's Training Camp and find out more information on this season's camp.

Steelers Ladies Night Out

Enjoy a night out with your female friends and family at Ladies Night Out, held at Heinz Field. Hear from current players about their lives in the NFL and from a women's health expert.

Visit the Steelers website for upcoming information on this year's event.

Steelers Women’s 202

Learn the X’s and O’s about the game of football in the same room as your favorite Steelers players! Steelers Women’s 202 is held at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex located in Pittsburgh. Attendees will also get to discuss important women's health information with an expert from Magee.

Visit the Steelers website for upcoming information on this season’s event​.

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