Timbers vs. Sporting Kansas City, Apr. 21, 2012; 7:30pm PT - ROOT SPORTS
1. Get To The Stadium
2. Buy Tickets
3. Choose Your Entrance - Gates open 90 minutes prior to kickoff. KeyBank Club seats open two hours prior
4. Find Your Seat
5. Enjoy The Match
6. After The Match
Also read our guides on TriMet, Parking, and a primer on Day-of-Event policies.
JELD-WEN Field Stadium App
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Timbers Ball Drive
The Timbers are hosting a ball drive with National Charity League to benefit local nonprofits, including Streetlight Shelter and the Special Olympics, this Saturday, April 21. Bring new or gently used sports balls to either plaza outside of JELD-WEN Field from 2-8pm - with a special visit from Timber Joey from 3-4pm. Thanks for your support!
Stand Together Merchandise
The Portland Timbers are proud to introduce the brand new Stand Together line sold exclusively at the adidas Timbers Team Store at JELD-WEN Field and through shop.portlandtimbers.com. In addition to owning a sweet new Timbers item that promotes our work in the community, 30% of all Stand Together product sales are donated directly to the Portland Timbers Community Fund.
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PDF: Pregame Match Notes
PDF: MLS Game Guide
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