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Povidence Park has a long and storied history. The stadium opened in October 1926 in Portland, Oregon. It was originally used as an all-purpose sports stadium that featured football, cricket, and dog racing. After eight decades, the Portland Timbers of the MLS called the 25,218 capacity now soccer-specific stadium home. Providence Park has had six different renovations in its 90+ year history and been home to three college football teams, three professional baseball teams, and two professional soccer teams, among others.
The Club seats, located in sections 1-5, at Providence Park not only provide fans the best views in the stadium, they also offer in-seat service, complimentary food during the 1st half, large and roomy seats, and exclusive access to the club lounge and restaurant.
A large portion of the seats at Providence Park offer fans some type of covered or shaded seats. If you are looking for covered seats look for the following sections: 96-123, 201-223, C1-C5, and Field Seats.
The Portland Timbers supporters are best known as the Timbers Army. The Timbers Army occupy sections 101-108 and sections 201-208. These fans are some of the most passionate and dedicated in all of the MLS, selling out every home game since 2014. These seats are general admission and all fans within these sections are expected to stand and be rowdy all game.
The Portland Timbers bench is in front of sections 116 and 117. The visiting team bench is in front of sections 119 and 120.
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at Providence Park would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the Providence Park seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.