|League||Western Pennsylvania Hockey League|
|Home arena||Duquesne Gardens|
|General manager||Frank L. Danahey|
|Regular season titles||0|
The Pittsburgh Lyceum Club, or Pittsburgh Lyceum, were a professional ice hockey team based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The team was a member of the Western Pennsylvania Hockey League from 1907 to 1908, and played all of their games at the Duquesne Gardens.
After the WPHL was revived for the 1907–08 season, it was determined that two new teams would be needed so that the league could return to its four team format. That season, the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Lyceum entered the league. During their brief time in the WPHL, the Lyceum team included several notable players such as Jack Marks, Tommy Smith and Garnet Sixsmith. Marks however only played in three games for the Lyceum before he jumped to the Ontario Professional Hockey League (OPHL), eventually playing in the Toronto Professional Hockey Club's Stanley Cup challenge. Meanwhile, Sixsmith reportedly scored 11 goals in a game in Pittsburgh, which is considered to be a record for the Duquesne Gardens. Finally Lyceum player Tommy Smith would later become inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame. In their first year of play, the Lyceum posted an 11–5–1 record, earning second place in the standings.
However midway through their second season, the Lyceum folded on December 23, 1908, because it was impossible for the team to count on a line-up with the league's players constantly jumping contracts. The WPHL discontinued after the 1908–09 season.
The broader Lyceum organization, which continued to exist as a multi-sport club, formed another hockey team for the winter of 1920–21 and placed it in the Pittsburgh Amateur Hockey League. The team tied for third in the six-team league with a 4–5 record.
Members of the Hockey Hall of Fame who played for the Lyceum: