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Major League Soccer is already feeling the impact of its newest members, with the Portland Timbers’ formidable home record helping them stand in good stead. The renovated Jeld-Wen Field has become a fortress already with the team still in its infancy, & the performance on the road is not too shabby either. It has been a heady few months for fans associated with the MLS’s professional Western Conference soccer outfit, which is based in Portland, Oregon. The Timbers are coming off a bruising encounter with bitter rivals Seattle Sounders in a clash that ended in an intense stalemate. But with three national team call-ups for players from their roster, Portland Timbers are definitely headed in the right direction. Portland Timbers tickets are selling like hot cakes as the team’s debut season seems to be giving out positive vibes.

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About Portland Timbers

 
Nestling in the meeting point of the Willamette & Columbia Rivers in Northwestern US, Portland is the county seat of Multnomah County. Portland’s green environment & floral richness has led to it being dubbed the “City of Roses”. Home to the Trailblazers NBA outfit as well, Portland’s association with the Timbers name has been very prominent. The current soccer outfit is the fourth to share that particular name, with the most recent having been the USL First Division (second tier of American soccer along with NASL) Portland Timbers team. In May 2007, Merritt Paulson (son of Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson) bought the Portland Beavers & USL’s Portland Timbers. After much wrangling over the cost of construction of a new stadium, a bargain was struck whereby Paulson would pay the $40 million fee to bring a new soccer franchise to Portland, and the taxpayers would fund the renovation of soccer’s PGE Park & the construction of a new ballpark for the Beavers. In May 2009, the MLS granted Portland an 18th soccer team. Jeld-Wen Stadium hosts the team’s home games. The stadium has an illustrious long-standing history, having been built in 1926. It was earlier known as PGE Park since 2001, but Jeld-Wen won naming rights after the recent renovations. It is bound by four streets: Southwest 20th Avenue, Southwest Salmon Street, Southwest 18th Avenue, & Southwest Morrison Street. The 2011 renovations cost $31 million, & a proposed addition of 6,500 seats was slashed down to 5000 seats, so that the official capacity rose to 22,000. Green-clad supporters of the team with their Portland Timbers tickets have been coming in droves to support the team since the inaugural home game on April 14th, 2011. Portland Timbers are involved in a bristling rivalry with the Seattle Sounders for Northwest domination, while the duo often competes with local rivals Vancouver Whitecaps for the Cascadia Cup.
 
The Timbers have Peregrine Sports LLC head Merritt Paulson as the owner. Former New Zealand footballer Gavin Wilkinson is the General Manager & Technical Director for the team. The Kiwi’s laurels include awards of the USL-1 Coach of the Year in 2007 & 2009. Portland Timbers head coach John Spencer spent the best part of his playing career with English Premier League giants Chelsea. The Scot is coaching the Timbers after having served as assistant coach for Houston Dynamo for four years. He is assisted in team selection matters by assistant coaches Amos Magee & Trevor James, with Adam Smith (goalkeeping coach), Karim Derqaoui (Strength & Conditioning Coach), & Nik Wald (Head Athletic Trainer) completing the coaching staff. Mamadou Danso, Jake Gleeson & Steve Purdy are prominent players who have recently earned national team call-ups for their respective countries.
 
Since the franchise was first formed in 2001, it initially played in the USL A-League for four seasons. The last of these saw it notch up a table-topping position in the Western Conference, & they made it to the post-season quarterfinals. Portland Timbers then spent five seasons in the USL First Division, managing to stand 1st in the Conference in 2009. Two semifinal runs were also seen in the postseason playoffs: in 2007 & 2009. The franchise spent 2010 in the USSF D-2 Pro League before moving to MLS. They are currently sixth in the league standings for the Western Conference.
 
Portland Timbers have taken all traditionalists by surprise with their solid home record. As club soccer has shown time and again, small teams need to set a proper foundation first with an impregnable home record before moving forward. And the team will get all the support it needs from fans waving their Portland Timbers tickets, singing out through sun & hail.

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