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Rooney: Ketchup bottle to return over new 'Heinz Gate' at Acrisure

WTAE Pittsburgh 2/1/2023 Andrew Stockey
Heinz Field Ketchup Bottles removed © WTAE/Cary Toaso Heinz Field Ketchup Bottles removed

Art Rooney II, owner of the Steelers franchise, revealed the giant Heinz ketchup bottles will have a new home at Acrisure Stadium.

The bottles were removed in July, not long after it was revealed that the North Shore stadium of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Pitt Panthers would be renamed Acrisure Stadium after more than 20 years as Heinz Field.

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The bottle was one of the symbols Steelers fans were holding on to, hoping that the partnership the Steelers said they are keeping with Heinz would keep the bottles and Heinz Red Zone many fans have come to love.

One bottle will be placed at the entrance below the scoreboard known as Gate C, which will soon be called the Heinz Gate.


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