The 1892 Pittsburgh Athletic Club football season was their second season in existence. The team finished with a record of 3-3-1. This season also marked the first recorded accounts of professional players being used in American football.
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|1892 Pittsburgh Athletic Club season|
|Head Coach||William Kirschner|
|Home Field||East Liberty Park|
|Playoff Finish||No playoffs|
|Previous season||Next season|
|1||October 1, 1892||Western University of Pennsylvania||W 16-0|
|2||October 8, 1892||Greensburg Athletic Association||W 28-0|
|-||October 15, 1892||Opponent did not show|
|3||October 21, 1892||Allegheny Athletic Association||T 6-6|
|4||October 22, 1892||Geneva College||W 18-6|
|5||November 5, 1892||Penn State Nittany Lions||L 20-0|
|6||November 12, 1892||at Allegheny Athletic Association||L 4-0|
|7||November 26, 1895||Lehigh Mountain Hawks||L 21-0|
- ↑ Intersquad scrimmage occurred after the Johnstown Athletic Club failed to show. Pittsburgh's first string defeated the secodbn string, 42-9.
- ↑ Allegations of professionalism, as A.C. Read, the captain of the Penn State football team, was caught playing in this game for Pittsburgh.
- ↑ Pudge Heffelfinger played for Allegheny in this game for $500. This made him the first known recorded professional football player.
- ↑ Thanksgiving Classic
- Van Atta, Robert (1983). "The History of Pro Football At Greensburg, Pennsylvania (1894-1900)". Coffin Corner (Professional Football Researchers Association) (Annual): 1–14. http://www.profootballresearchers.org/Coffin_Corner/05-An-165.pdf.
- PFRA Research. "Up the P.A.C.: The 3A’s are Challenged: 1891". Coffin Corner (Professional Football Researchers Association): 1–3. http://www.profootballresearchers.org/Articles/Up_The_PAC.pdf.