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| nickname(s) = The Timbers
 
| nickname(s) = The Timbers
 
| founded = 2009
 
| founded = 2009
| stadium = [[PGE Park]], Portland, OR (Capacity: 22,000 approximate)
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| stadium = [[Jeld Wen Field]], Portland, OR (Capacity: 22,000 approximate)
 
| president = [[Merritt Paulson]]
 
| president = [[Merritt Paulson]]
 
| head coach = [[John Spencer]]
 
| head coach = [[John Spencer]]
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| website = [http://www.portlandmls2011.com/Official Website of the Portland Timbers]
 
| website = [http://www.portlandmls2011.com/Official Website of the Portland Timbers]
 
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The '''Portland Timbers''' will be an American professional soccer team based in Portland, Oregon that, according to an announcement in March 2009, will begin play in Major League Soccer in 2011. The Timbers will officially be the 18th Franchise of Major League Soccer. The team will replace the USL First Division's team of the same name, while retaining the same ownership. The MLS club will be the fourth Portland team to share the legacy of the Timbers name.
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The '''Portland Timbers''' are an American major league soccer team based in Portland. The Timbers are officially be the 18th Franchise of Major League Soccer. The team will replace the USL First Division's team of the same name, while retaining the same ownership. The MLS club are the fourth Portland team to share the legacy of the Timbers name.
  
 
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Revision as of 00:15, 16 June 2011

Portland Timbers
PortlandTimbers-logo.png
nickname(s) The Timbers
founded 2009
stadium Jeld Wen Field, Portland, OR (Capacity: 22,000 approximate)
president Merritt Paulson
head coach John Spencer
league Major League Soccer
supporters groups Timbers Army
website Website of the Portland Timbers

The Portland Timbers are an American major league soccer team based in Portland. The Timbers are officially be the 18th Franchise of Major League Soccer. The team will replace the USL First Division's team of the same name, while retaining the same ownership. The MLS club are the fourth Portland team to share the legacy of the Timbers name.

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