6:44 PM EST, Sat February 13, 2016
Portland Timbers Rumors & News
Oregonian 5 hours ago
Over the last six years, Igor Mortis has become the go-to tattoo artist for both Timbers fans and players. He estimates that he has tattooed more than 80 members of the Timbers Army and about 20 different Timbers players.
The Portland Timbers and Portland Thorns are each in the process of completing a major signing, according to a tweet from owner Merritt Paulson.
The Timbers returned to Portland Friday after playing four games during a two-week training camp in Tucson, Arizona. The Oregonian/OregonLive was in Tucson with the team. Here is what we took away from training camp in Arizona.
Soccer Made in Portland is a weekly Portland Timbers podcast hosted by The Oregonian's Jamie Goldberg and Stumptown Footy's Chris Rifer. This week Jamie and Chris talk about Chris Klute's health and who will start at left back on opening day, Jack McInerney's showing in preseason and Rhian Wilkinson leaving the Portland Thorns.
OSAA approves changes to several sports at its latest meeting.
Lucas Melano is credited with a goal in the first minute -- about 30 seconds in -- as the Timbers conclude their two-week preseason camp in Tucson.
Igor Mortis, a tattoo artist at Tiger Lily Tattoo in Portland, is the go-to ink guy for Portland Timbers players and fans.
Unless there are a bunch of soccer players with this name, Nermin Crnkic is a Bosnian-born left winger who came to the United States when he was seven years old.
Portland Timbers fans have been showing support for their club through Timbers-themed tattoos for years. Here's a look at some creative and intricate Timbers-themed tattoos from fans.
The Portland Timbers closed their two-week camp in Tucson, Ariz., with a 1-0 win against Real Salt Lake Thursday in a match that was more physical and less a typical preseason friendly.
It's a friendly pregame match, right? But McInerney shows he'll stick up for a teammate.
Also, a look at the winningest men's basketball coaches at Oregon's four-year schools.
English Premier League side Arsenal FC will face the MLS All-Stars in the 2016 MLS All-Star Game at Avaya Stadium in San Jose on July 28.
Former Portland Timbers forward Eddie Johnson's $9.9 million personal injury lawsuit against the Timbers remains ongoing more than two years after the case was originally filed in the Multnomah County Circuit Court.
Oregonian Feb 10, 2016
Columbus is scheduled to open the 2016 season against the Timbers on March 6. Will the Crew wear the new look at Providence Park?