I went to my first Timbers game in 2002. I recall little except they lost and it rained.
My father took me
when I was 13, riding MAX from the Sunset Transit Center. I loved the
game but knew lit
We ask Timbers fans to describe the game they just witnessed, whether at bars around town or outside the stadium. And then through the magic of editing, we bring (their version of) the match back to you in 90 seconds or less.Emotions were running high for Portland Timbers fans on Saturday, August 3, against Cascadia rival Vancouver Whitecaps at Jeld-Wen Field. The 1-1 draw was treated as a ...
Portland Timbers beat the LA Galaxy 2-1. Sports fans are on the scene.
We ask Timbers fans to describe the game they just witnessed, whether at bars around town or outside the stadium. And then through the magic of editing, we bring (their version of) the game back to you in 90 seconds or less.It was all about redemption for the Portland Timbers Saturday, July 13. After breaking their 15-match unbeaten streak last week in Columbus, the Timbers turned it around against ...
Timbers Army members take the fight against scalping into their own hands.
Matt Braddock wasn’t about to let a fellow Portland Timbers fan pay $80 for a $25 ticket.
Before the Timbers
match against the San Jose Earthquakes on April 14, Braddock saw a
scalper trying t
Tensions turned nasty on Sunday between the Portland Timbers and San Jose Earthquakes—both on the pitch, where Earthquakes striker Alan Gordon uttered a homophobic slur while being ejected, and outside the stadium, where Earthquakes fans smashed in the windshield of a driver who held up a Timbers scarf. But those incidents overshadow a more established war that may have turned violent last night: ...
Portland's most intense soccer fans are seeing their impact go international. The New York Times reports that Timbers Army members have gotten behind an effort to save a once-storied Spanish team, Real Oviedo, that has fallen on hard times and is now selling shares to keep it out of bankruptcy. The commitment here has been so intense that Sherrilynn Rawson, one board member of the 107ist, the ...
You didn’t need a funny outfit to make news this year, but it sure helped.
All Images WW Photo IllustrationsDavid Wu’s tiger suit was the tip-off that 2011 was going to be a strange one.
The year opened with a
sitting congressman posing in a child’s orange-and-black
Avoiding the rapture didn’t save Portland from punishment Saturday night. The team had hell to pay from referee Edvin Jurisevic, who shrugged off multiple bludgeonings delivered by the Columbus Crew.--- But even if the team is sore on Sunday, it can thank its blessings for escaping the night with a 1-0 victory. Plagued by several no-calls and some physical play from Columbus, the Timbers were able ...