News, editorials, and other articles relating only to the Portland Timbers.
Four draftees will be joining the Timbers in preseason in the hopes of earning a contract.
The midfielder will occupy a Designated Player spot on Portland’s roster
The Chilean forward is signed through 2025, and the Argentine fullback is inked through 2026.
New boys St. Louis looked elsewhere than Portland’s roster for players.
The coaching staff will be sticking around in Portland with a new but very familiar face.
Zac McGraw and Marvin Loria highlight the Timbers players exposed who are likeliest to be picked.
MLS, much like the universe, is once again expanding!
The first offseason rumor is upon us. Here’s who the rumored player is and what needs to happen to acquire him — and the potential roster challenge he may bring.
The Timbers head coach signs on for at least three more years in the Rose City.
107IST, Timbers Army, Rose City Riveters issue statement reiterating call for sale of Timbers, Thorns
Response comes after news of Merritt Paulson stepping down as CEO, recognizes "that this will likely be a long and complex process"
A global search for a new CEO for both teams will begin immediately.
Portland’s season ends with an ignominious thud as they falter on the final day of the season
A win or a draw on the final day of the regular season books Portland’s ticket to the playoffs.
Gavin Wilkinson and Mike Golub have been relieved of their duties with the Portland Timbers and Portland Thorns
The club announced that both executives have been relieved of their duties from both clubs, effective today.
Thorns and Timbers owner & CEO Merritt Paulson, Gavin Wilkinson and Mike Golub to remove themselves from Thorns-related decisions
The three executives will step away until conclusion of joint NWSL/NWSLPA investigation.
107IST, Timbers Army, Rose City Riveters call for sale of teams, suspend communication with club leadership
Supporters groups call for change in club leadership: "It’s time to build a bonfire."
Goals from Vela, Bouanga, seal the win and Supporter’s Shield for LAFC.
The STF team takes a shot at predicting where the PTFCs will end their respective seasons.
Santiago Moreno is the hero as he rescues a point for the Timbers in second-half stoppage time.
The Timbers gained another crucial three points in a game with big implications for the Western Conference playoff picture.
The Timbers mount another late-season charge: “There is no one single player that is better than the team together.”
Portland Timbers relish a well-deserved "6 points" as their late-season win streak reaches four games.