Talk Timbers

Airing every week on Wednesday nights at 6:00pm PT on 102.9 FM The Game / 750 AM, Talk Timbers brings in players, writers, coaches and more to discuss all things Timbers related. A podcast version is made available here on Thursday.

Listen to the podcast via the embedded player here, RSS feed, or download via iTunes.

Follow @TimbersFC on Twitter for show updates and guests.

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Cristhian Paredes, Shannon Murray | Talk Timbers | July 31, 2019
Hosts Tom Kolker, Ross Smith and Richard Farley break down the Timbers' 4-0 win over the LA Galaxy on Saturday, talk a little USWNT, and a look ahead to this weekend's match-up against Minnesota United. Interviews include video/data analyst Shannon Murray, midfielder Cristhian Paredes and Minnesota play-by-play man Callum Williams.


Breaking Lines

Hosted by Timbers.com and ThornsFC.com senior content producer Richard Farley, Breaking Lines is a weekly podcast that tries to get beyond the field at what's happening in the Portland soccer world. Published Tuesdays during the season you can listen to the podcast via the embedded player here, RSS feed, or download via iTunes.

Follow @RichardFarley on Twitter for show updates.


The Athletic's Meg Linehan discusses the growth of women's soccer | Breaking Lines | Aug. 20, 2019
The North American women’s soccer world is enjoying the fruits of four years’ labor, with attendance records for both the NWSL and individual clubs highlighting a strong post-World Cup boost. How the world capitalized on this surge, though, may define what’s possible over the next four years of women’s soccer.

This week on Breaking Lines, The Athletic’s Meg Linehan joins us to talk about the future of the NWSL, not only in terms of how it can grow but what needs to happen in the short-term to address needs the league carries over from the last cycle. What’s a reasonable expectation for league size, come four years from now? Which teams will still be with us, and which teams will go? And how will the relationship between U.S. Soccer and its most important league evolve over the next four seasons?