Nickname:
Timbers dates back to Portland's NASL team, which was owned by a timber company and named for Oregon's timber industry.

 
Manager:
Caleb Porter 2013-

Stadium:
Jeld-Wen Field 2011-
 
Logo
2011-Present
3rd Season
First Game Played March 19, 2011
 
 
 
 
 
Address:
1844 SW Morrison
Portland, OR 97205
Phone: (503) 553-5400

Web:
http://www.portlandtimbers.com/
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stadiums: (1)
Jeld-Wen Field 2011-Present

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MLS Cup MVP:
None
 
 
 
Best Season:
2011 (11-14-9; 42 points)

Worst Season
:
2012 (8-16-10; 34 points)
 
 
 
 
On the Air:
Televsion:

Root Sports Northwest and KPDX (Channel 49); Estrella TV-Spanish

Radio
:
 
KXTG (750 AM) and KWBY (940 AM)-Spanish

Broadcasters
:
Robbie Earle, Greg Flakus, Andy McNamara and John Strong- English; Fernando Sobrevilla-Spanish

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  Page created on March 22, 2012. Last updated on June 11, 2013 at 12:05 am ET.  

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Managers: (3)
John Spencer 2011-2012
Gavin Wilkinson 2012
Caleb Porter 2013-Present
 
 
MLS Cup Champions:
None

MLS Cup Appearances:
None

Supporter's Shield Winner:
None

Semi-Finals Appearances:
None

Confernce Champions:
None

Playoff Appearances:
None
All-Star Games Hosted:
None

All-Star Game MVP
:
None

AWARDS
Coach of the Year
:
None

Rookie of the Year:
None

Scoring Champion:
None

Goalkeeper of the Year:
None

Defender of the Year:
None

MVP:
None
Historical Moments:

2011: On March 19, the reincarnated Portland Timbers made their MLS debut following three different Timbers clubs in the lower American Soccer Pyramid levels. The first game was a 3-1 loss to the Colorado Rapids. Their home debut came four weeks later at renovated Jen-Weld field, the converted baseball stadium that hosted Women's World Cup matches in 1999 and 2003. In this game, the Timbers got the better of the Chicago Fire, 4-2 helped by two goals from Jorge Perlaza. Though the club would proceed to win six of their first ten matches, they would endure rough stretches and injuries to key players that kept them four points out of a playoff spot with an 11-14-9 record.

2012: The Timbers would have difficulty living up to expectations, winning only three times in their first twelve games and couldn't keep up the pace in the West. A coaching change in the summer didn't help the club as they finished 8-16-10 and in eighth place in the West.



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Mascot:
Timber Joey
Cheerleaders:
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