Pittsburgh Power Minor League Football

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Defunct or No Longer Covered on OSC
League: Arena Football League
Home: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Years of Operation:
League listed is the last league for which the team played while covered by OSC.

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Pittsburgh Power Cease Operations

November 17, 2014 - Despite showing franchise highs in season ticket and sponsorship sales throughout the off-season, the Pittsburgh Power will cease operations. "We would like to thank the city of Pittsburgh and the Power fan base for their support. Pittsburgh is a great sports town, and a phenomenal city to play for. We enjoyed each of the four seasons we played at the CONSOL Energy Center," said Matt Shaner, Power CEO and Chairman. "We would also like to thank our corporate partners for the unwavering support they have given us throughout th... Full Story

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Pittsburgh Power Make Big Splash on First Day of Free Agency

September 25, 2014 - PITTSBURGH - On the first day of free agency, the Pittsburgh Power have added two key players to help them chase their first Arena Football League title with wide receiver Joe Hills and defensive lineman Joe Sykes joining the team for their 2015 campaign. Hills comes to the Power after three seasons with the Tampa Bay Storm where he amassed 286 receptions for 3,895 yards and 94 touchdowns. In 2014, Hills finished third in the AFL in scoring averaging 16.6 points per game. Hills recorded his second-straight 100-catch seaso... Full Story

Pittsburgh Power to Hold Open Tryouts

September 12, 2014 - PITTSBURGH, PA - The Pittsburgh Power will hold their 5th Annual Open Tryouts Sunday, October 26 at Southpointe Fieldhouse (104 Cecil Henderson Road) in Canonsburg, PA. Registration will be from 8:15 to 9:00 a.m. with the tryout period from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Each prospect will receive a professional evaluation by Power Head Coach Ron James and other professional indoor league coaches and representatives. Participants will also receive a Pittsburgh Power workout shirt and two tickets to the Power home opener in March... Full Story

Three Power Players Earn All-Arena Honors

August 14, 2014 - PITTSBURGH (August 14, 2014) - Three members of the Pittsburgh Power have earned All-Arena honors for the 2014 Arena Football League season. Power center Antonio Narcisse was named First Team All-Arena by the AFL and lineman Colin Madison and kicker Julian Rauch earned Second Team honors. Narcisse anchored the Power's offensive line as a center during the 2014 campaign. He was acquired early in the season from Portland to join his former coach Ron James with the Power. Narcisse, along with Madison, helped keep Power QB Tomm... Full Story

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