Timbers Reach 12,000 Season Tickets Sold, Open Up 500 Additional Seats

Half-season plans sold out

Timbers Army Yelling

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Photo by Michael Stringfield

PORTLAND, Ore.— The Portland Timbers today announced that the team has surpassed 12,000 season tickets sold for its inaugural Major League Soccer season in 2011. Due to demand, the team has opened up an additional 500 seats for season ticket sales and has established a hard cap of 12,500 for the team’s first MLS season. A waiting list will be established once the 12,500 figure is met.

Additionally, the team announced that half-season plans are nearing sold-out status.

At this time, season tickets in 50 different seating sections are sold out for the inaugural MLS season. The sold-out seating sections include all five KeyBank Club sections (C1-C5), Sections 92-94, 96-98, SD1-SD6, 109-121, 123, 209-211, 222-223 and all of the View Terrace and Value Terrace sections.

Seating availability in Sections 95, 99, 122, 217-220 is limited, with 95 percent or more of the majority of those sections sold at this time. Fewer than 125 season tickets remain in the Timbers Army sections (101-108, 201-208).

Additionally, all 23 Sunset Porsche Audi Suites have been sold on a multi-year basis.

Remaining season tickets for the Timbers’ inaugural MLS season start at $18 per game and are available now for purchase by contacting a Timbers ticket representative at (503) 553-5555. Additional information and a helpful Virtual Venue feature can be found at www.portlandtimbers.com. The Timbers Virtual Venue feature gives fans the ability to simultaneously compare three-dimensional, 360-degree views from various seating sections and the opportunity to explore the exciting changes that will take place at PGE Park for the 2011 MLS season.

The Timbers make their 2011 home debut Thursday, April 14, as they play host to the Chicago Fire.