Charles Henry Noll (January 5, 1932 – June 13, 2014) was a professional American football player, assistant coach and head coach. His sole head coaching position was for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL) from 1969 to 1991. When Noll retired after 23 years, only three other head coaches in NFL history had longer tenures with one team. Between his playing and head coaching tenures, Noll won a total of six NFL Championships, and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1993, his first year of eligibility.

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  • Charles Henry Noll (January 5, 1932 – June 13, 2014) was a professional American football player, assistant coach and head coach. His sole head coaching position was for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL) from 1969 to 1991. When Noll retired after 23 years, only three other head coaches in NFL history had longer tenures with one team. After a six-year playing career that included two NFL Championships as a member of his hometown Cleveland Browns, and several years as an assistant coach with various teams, in 1969 Noll took the helm of the then moribund Steelers (which had played in only one post-season game in its previous 36 years, a 21–0 loss), and turned it into a perennial contender. As a head coach, Noll won four Super Bowls, four AFC titles, and nine Central Division championships, compiled a 209–156–1 overall record, a 16–8–0 post-season record, and had winning records in 15 of his final 20 seasons. His four Super Bowl victories are tied (with Bill Belichick) for the most of any head coach in NFL history. Between his playing and head coaching tenures, Noll won a total of six NFL Championships, and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1993, his first year of eligibility. Noll built the team through astute drafting and meticulous tutoring. During his career, he was notable for the opportunities he gave African Americans, starting the first African American quarterback and having the first black assistant coach. He was frequently credited with maintaining the morale of the Western Pennsylvania region despite a steep economic decline by fashioning a team of champions in the image of its blue collar fan base. (en)
  • Charles Henry "Chuck" Noll (Cleveland, 5 de enero de 1932 - Pittsburgh, 13 de junio de 2014) fue un entrenador en jefe de fútbol americano, que sirvió como entrenador de los Pittsburgh Steelers en la NFL de 1969 a 1991. (es)
  • Charles Henry „Chuck“ Noll (* 5. Januar 1932 in Cleveland, Ohio; † 13. Juni 2014 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) war ein US-amerikanischer American-Football-Spieler und -Trainer in der National Football League (NFL). Noll gewann als Head Coach der Pittsburgh Steelers viermal den Super Bowl und ist damit - zusammen mit Bill Belichick - Rekordhalter in der NFL. (de)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Noll.Fichier:Chuck Noll 1954.jpg Chuck Noll (1954). Charles Henry Noll, dit Chuck Noll, né le 5 janvier 1932 à Cleveland et mort le 13 juin 2014 à Sewickley, est un joueur et entraîneur de football américain. (fr)
  • Alla guida dei Pittsburgh Steelers, Noll ha vinto 4 Super Bowl, più di qualsiasi altro allenatore della storia assieme a Bill Belichick. È stato indotto nella Pro Football Hall of Fame nel 1993. (it)
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  • Defensive coordinator & backfield coach * Baltimore Colts
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  • Charles Henry "Chuck" Noll (Cleveland, 5 de enero de 1932 - Pittsburgh, 13 de junio de 2014) fue un entrenador en jefe de fútbol americano, que sirvió como entrenador de los Pittsburgh Steelers en la NFL de 1969 a 1991. (es)
  • Charles Henry „Chuck“ Noll (* 5. Januar 1932 in Cleveland, Ohio; † 13. Juni 2014 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) war ein US-amerikanischer American-Football-Spieler und -Trainer in der National Football League (NFL). Noll gewann als Head Coach der Pittsburgh Steelers viermal den Super Bowl und ist damit - zusammen mit Bill Belichick - Rekordhalter in der NFL. (de)
  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Noll.Fichier:Chuck Noll 1954.jpg Chuck Noll (1954). Charles Henry Noll, dit Chuck Noll, né le 5 janvier 1932 à Cleveland et mort le 13 juin 2014 à Sewickley, est un joueur et entraîneur de football américain. (fr)
  • Alla guida dei Pittsburgh Steelers, Noll ha vinto 4 Super Bowl, più di qualsiasi altro allenatore della storia assieme a Bill Belichick. È stato indotto nella Pro Football Hall of Fame nel 1993. (it)
  • Charles Henry Noll (January 5, 1932 – June 13, 2014) was a professional American football player, assistant coach and head coach. His sole head coaching position was for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL) from 1969 to 1991. When Noll retired after 23 years, only three other head coaches in NFL history had longer tenures with one team. Between his playing and head coaching tenures, Noll won a total of six NFL Championships, and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1993, his first year of eligibility. (en)
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