Providence Park

From SportsPaper Wiki
Jump to navigationJump to search
Providence Park
Location Portland, Oregon
Opened October 9, 1926
Other Names Jeld-Wen Field (2011-14)
PGE Park (2001-10)
Civic Stadium (1966-2000)
Multnomah Stadium (1926-65)
Multnomah Field (1893-1926)
Tenants Portland Timbers (2011-present)
Oregon State Beavers (alternate, 1909-86, 2022)
Portland Thunder (1975)
Portland Storm (1974)
Oregon Ducks (alternate, 1894-1970)

Providence Park is an outdoor soccer venue in the northwest United States, located in the Goose Hollow neighborhood of Portland, Oregon. It has existed in rudimentary form since 1893, and as a complete stadium since 1926. Providence Park is currently the oldest soccer-specific stadium in use in Major League Soccer and is one of the most historic grounds used by any United States professional soccer team.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
World Football League August 9, 1975 Portland Thunder vs. The Hawaiians Program
Major League Soccer June 15, 2013 Portland Timbers vs. FC Dallas Program

See also

Venue.png Venues Portal


Major League Soccer (2022)
Eastern Conference Atlanta United FC • Charlotte FC • Chicago Fire FC • FC Cincinnati • Columbus Crew • D.C. United • Inter Miami CF • CF Montréal • Nashville SC • New England Revolution • New York City FC • New York Red Bulls • Orlando City SC • Philadelphia Union • Toronto FC
Western Conference Austin FC • Colorado Rapids • FC Dallas • Houston Dynamo FC • LA Galaxy • Los Angeles FC • Minnesota United FC • Portland Timbers • Real Salt Lake • San Jose Earthquakes • Seattle Sounders FC • Sporting Kansas City • Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Defunct Teams Tampa Bay Mutiny (1996-2001) • Miami Fusion (1998-2001) • Chivas USA (2005-14)
Current Venues BC Place • BMO Field • Dick's Sporting Goods Park • Dignity Health Sports Park • Gillette Stadium • Lumen Field • Mapfre Stadium • Mercedes-Benz Stadium • PNC Stadium • Providence Park • Soldier Field • Subaru Park • Toyota Stadium • Yankee Stadium
Related Seasons • Stadiums • League publications • All-Star Games


World Football League
1974 Teams Birmingham Americans • New York Stars/Charlotte Hornets • Chicago Fire • Detroit Wheels • Florida Blazers • The Hawaiians • Jacksonville Sharks • Memphis Southmen • Philadelphia Bell • Portland Storm • Houston Texans / Shreveport Steamer • Southern California Sun
1975 Teams Birmingham Vulcans • Charlotte Hornets • Chicago Winds • The Hawaiians • Jacksonville Express • Memphis Southmen • Philadelphia Bell • Portland Thunder • San Antonio Wings • Shreveport Steamer • Southern California Sun
Venues Alamo Stadium • Aloha Stadium • Anaheim Stadium • Astrodome • Civic Stadium • Downing Stadium • Franklin Field • Gator Bowl • Independence Stadium • Legion Field • Memphis Memorial Stadium • Rynearson Stadium • Soldier Field
Related Gary Davidson • League publications • 1974 WFL season • 1975 WFL season