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Providence Park: How to get there and how to buy tickets (2022)

The Timbers are currently in the second season of their MLS lease at Providence Park. It is anticipated that the MLS will have three expansion teams by 2020, meaning that Providence Park may not be large enough to accommodate all three teams. Providence Park has been the home of the Portland Timbers since 2010. The Timbers are currently in the second season of their MLS lease at Providence Park and it is anticipated that the MLS will have three expansion teams by 2020. If this happens, it is possible that Providence Park may not be large enough to accommodate all three teams, which would mean that the Timbers would need to move to a new stadium.

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History and description

The field has a seating capacity of 30,000 people, making it one of the largest in the MLS. The Portland Timbers played their first ever game at Jeld-Wen Field on May 12, 2010 against the Chicago Fire. The team is currently in their fifth season at Providence Park, having also played at PGE Park and Civic Stadium during their tenure. The stadium has a seating capacity of just over 30,000 people which makes it one of the smaller stadiums in Major League Soccer. In 1970, the retractable roof was installed and the stadium became known as Providence Park. It has been home to the Portland Timbers since their establishment in 2005. Providence Park officially opened on October 9, 1926 with an American football game. In the following decades, it was used for dog races, cricket, American football, and other events. From the 1950s onward, Providence Park became a prime venue for baseball matches. The retractable roof was installed in 1970, making it known as Providence Park. The Portland Timbers (supporting club of Major League Soccer's Portland Timbers) established themselves at Providence Park in 2005

The stadium underwent a first major renovation in 1981 which included the installation of a wood-beamed roof, a rare feature in those times.

In 2001, the stadium received further upgrades to its hospitality facilities and was made "earthquake-proof." From that moment, the stadium was called PGE Park as a result of a naming rights deal.

The Portland Timbers? admission to the Major League Soccer has announced a $40 million renovation program to make the stadium ready for top-level soccer matches.

Construction on the stadium began in 2010 and included a new playing surface, additional seating areas, and improved facilities. These changes made the stadium unsuitable for baseball matches, but it is still being used for American football. At the same time, a new sponsor name, Jeld-Wen, was introduced. This name was replaced again in 2014 following a new deal, resulting in the name Providence Park.

In 2017, the Portland Timbers announced plans for the construction of a new East Stand, which will add 4,000 seats to capacity and come at a cost of $55 million. The works started at the end of 2017 and are expected to be completed before the start of the 2019 MLS season.

How to get to Providence Park

The park is 45 acres in size, contains a number of features including pathways, gardens, and ponds. The Providence Park stadium is located in central Portland and can be easily walked to. The stadium is 45 acres in size and contains a number of features such as pathways, gardens, and ponds. The stadium is situated near the I-405. If coming from the south, take exit 2a towards Providence Park/Salmon Street. If coming from the north, take exit 2a towards Crouch Street. From there follow the signs to the stadium. On match days, parking in downtown Portland can be a good option and walking or using public transport to the stadium is advised.

Downtown Portland can be reached by the MAX light rail. The blue line goes in the direction of Hillsboro and Beaverton Transit Center, while the red line goes in the direction of Tigard and Tualatin TC. Get off at Station Providence Park or Kings Hills/SW Salmon St. The latter station will be closed on matchdays from one hour before kickoff.

On matchdays, there are also shuttle buses that run between SW Morrison and 5th Street and the stadium (also stopping at Morrison and 10th Street). Buses will run from 1.5 hours before kick-off.

Address: 1844 SW Morrison, Portland, OR 97205

Portland Timbers Tickets

They cost $25 for adults, and $12 for children. The box office is open on matchdays two hours before kickoff, though the Timbers currently sell out all of their home matches and it is therefore advised to buy tickets well in advance.

Tickets prices vary depending on the opponent, but typically cost between $25.00 and $125.00 for general admission tickets behind the goal, and $10.00 more for tickets in the main stand for high-profile matches.

You can find a seating map here. For more information, please call +1 503 553 5555 or email [email protected]

Stadium tours

The Providence Park Stadium Tours offer guided tours to groups of 30 people. To make a reservation, call 503-553-5429 or email [email protected] at least a week in advance.

Relevant Internet links

The official website for the Portland Timbers is portlandtimbers.com, while the official website for Providence Park is providenceparkpdx.com. The tourist information website for the city of Portland is travelportland.com, and public transport information can be found at trimet.org.

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    Providence Park: How to get there and how to buy tickets (2022).

    The Timbers are currently in the second season of their MLS lease at Providence Park. It is anticipated that the MLS will have three expansion teams by 2020, meaning that Providence Park may not be large enough to accommodate all three teams. Providence Park has been the home of the Portland Timbers since 2010. The Timbers are currently in the second season of their MLS lease at Providence Park and it is anticipated that the MLS will have three expansion teams by 2020. If this happens, it is possible that Providence Park may not be large enough to accommodate all three teams, which would mean that the Timbers would need to move to a new stadium.

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