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Portland Timbers, Portland

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#15 of 42 in Outdoors in Portland
The Timbers Army is open to anyone who enjoys soccer in Portland and has always been a loose coalition of die hard fans. There are no formal membership requirements other than an interest in Portland and soccer, and a willingness to express it.

The 107ist is an Independent Supporters Trust formed by members of the Timbers Army and fans of the Portland Timbers. The name is derived from Section 107 in Portland’s Providence Park, where the Timbers Army formed a decade ago. Supporters’ trusts are fan-based organizations formed to represent the interests of a team’s longtime fans.

The 107ist is paid-membership organization. It was formed following the 2009 season to help prepare for the surge of interest in the sport that will be generated in 2011, when Portland begins play in Major League Soccer. The 107ist is pursuing a 501(c7) tax exempt organization. The 107ist does the work that drives the Timbers Army:

• It creates and sells its own merchandise, which subsidizes fan-based activities such as road trips to away games, and builds reserves that can be directed to charitable purposes.

• It collaborates with Timbers front office on promotions and activities.

• It generates the game-day atmosphere in JELD-WEN Field.

•It has laid the groundwork for a public-service project that will improve youth soccer fields in the Portland metropolitan area.
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  • Beautiful football match seen in Portland Providence Park: Portland Timbers Cup contest against Los Angeles Galaxy. Just a moment apart from the rash (4-0 for Portland) and the level (I estimate that most of the Dutch clubs of those boys lose here): It was an experience! Beautiful stadium, almost full (capacity 20,000), beautiful atmosphere, singing together, kind of cheerleaders that incite the audience to sing and clap. As a blow to the fire-arrow: At each goal of the Timbers, a guy with a large touring engine saw just along the field saw a tree trunk. The disc wood that falls off is worn by the entire audience (type of crowdsurfing). Magnifiek: Here European football can learn some of it, nice atmosphere, no rotting, no hooligans. Prizes: $23 for a ticket, 6.50 for half a liter of beer. Football fans: an absolute must!
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  • The home of the MLS team Portland Timbers! Passionate fans showing there loyalty for the team they love. Great to be able to have the opportunity to watch a MLS game for a team with so much passion  more »
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