The Panthers conclude the 2015 preseason against the Steelers, Carolina's most common preseason opponent. The Panthers and Steelers are facing off for the 13th consecutive year tonight, the 17th time in 21 seasons, with Pittsburgh leading the series 10-6. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. at Heinz Field.
TELEVISION BROADCAST:Panthers TV Network, WCCB-TV in the Charlotte market, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel
On the call: Mick Mixon (Play-by-Play); Mike Rucker (Color Analyst); Jordan Gross (Sideline)
The Panthers Television Network covers the Carolinas and extends into parts of Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia. It originates from WCCB in Charlotte. Friday's preseason game will air on both WCCB (Ch. 18) and the Time Warner Cable SportsChannel (Ch. 323) in the Charlotte market. For a complete listing of television broadcast network affiliates and programming information, click here.
NOTE:This game will be blacked out on the Time Warner Cable SportsChannel in the Wilmington, N.C., and Greenville/New Bern, N.C., markets only. Fans in those markets can still watch on their local Panthers TV Network affiliate.
On the call: Jim Szoke (Play-by-Play); Eugene Robinson (Color Analyst); Mike Craft (Sideline)
The Panthers Radio Network provides over seven hours of preseason programming locally on WBT AM/FM beginning at 4:30 p.m. on Friday on WBT 1110 AM and 99.3 FM. For a complete listing of affiliate stations in the region, click here. Fans can also tune in to the radio broadcast on Panthers.com or on the Carolina Panthers mobile and tablet app.
WATCH LIVE ONLINE: Fans living outside of the Panthers television market can subscribe to NFL Game Pass, which allows them to watch every NFL preseason game as it's happening on the field. Regardless of where you live, Game Pass also offers games on-demand after they've aired on local television. During the regular season, Game Pass provides live audio streams of every NFL game and replays of all 256 regular season games on-demand, in HD. Game Pass is available on desktop and through NFL Mobile and is coming soon to connected televisions.To subscribe to NFL Game Pass,click here.
View practice photos from the fourth week of the preseason.