The Portland Thorns’ April 9 game will be Oregon’s first live major sporting event with fans in the stands since the Blazers played on March 10, 2020.
And after MLS is Back ends, the MLS is, um, back.
Wasn’t MLS Cup just last week?
The team hasn't worn green stripes since the minor league days.
On Saturday, December 8, the Timbers will face off against Atlanta United.
The battle begins on Monday against the Houston Dynamo. Chris Rifer reports.
New nonstop routes, a seasonal lineup, and a power-packed merger: here’s why Alaska rules the Portland sky.
The 40 new emojis include the Cascadian flag, green smoke, and, of course, the 2015 MLS Cup championship star.
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Ohio's capital is much more than a football (or futbol) town.
A classic goal + a classic cup-hoisting celebration = classic GIFs of the best moment in Portland soccer history.
Zach Dundas & Marty Patail
A bending shot from distance proved the match-winner in the Timbers' critical playoff game last night.
Your weekly Portland Timbers recap, talking points, and water cooler stats
With the Cascadia Cup on the line, our hometown team looks beyond the Seattle Sounders to tackle their friendlier, Canadian rivals.
With the Timbers' first MLS season approaching, the Timbers Army is ready and willing to take on new members. It all started with a group of 10 raucous fans in 2001 and has now grown into a full-blown, organized army.
Zach Dundas and Martin Patail
A Timbers cheatsheet for fans who want to get on board but may know much about the MLS. We'll tell you who the mascot is, who to look out for, and who we need to beat.