Division: NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision
Home Games: Providence Park and Hillsboro Stadium
Head Coach: Bruce Barnum
Conference: Big Sky Conference
Rival: Montana State
Portland State Vikings Football Tickets
The Portland State Vikings football team represents Portland State University. Head coach Joe Holland led the team's first season in 1947. The team was independent and without a conference for its first three years before it joined the Oregon Collegiate Conference. It was part of that conference from 1950 until 1949. In 1996, the Portland State Vikings became members of the Big Sky Conference in the NCAA Division I Football Championship subdivision. The team's all-time record is 342–366–10. The Viking's colors are green, white and silver. For football practice, the Portland State Vikings head to the Peter. W. Stott Field on campus. Since the first season, there have been 15 head coaches. Tim Walsh was head coach from 1993 until 2006. Walsh had great stats as he led his team to 90 wins over 14 years. Before Walsh, Pokey Allen held stats of 63–26–2, which is the best win percentage the Vikings has seen to date. The current head coach, Bruce Barnum, has stats of 12–22–0. Be sure to grab your Portland State Vikings Football tickets at StubHub.
How big is Portland State Vikings stadium?
The Portland State Vikings has two stadiums where it regularly plays, depending on the expected size of the crowd. Massive home games are typically at Providence Park, which has a capacity of 22,000 people. The Hillsboro Stadium is also used for Vikings game since it has a seating capacity of 7,600 fans.
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Who are some notable Portland State Vikings alumni?
There are many famous former Portland State Vikings. Kameron Canaday was once a Viking and now plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers as a long snapper. Tracey Eaton, a defensive back, has played for the Atlanta Falcons, Houston Oilers and Phoenix Cardinals. Other former Portland State Vikings that went on to play in the NFL include Julius Thomas, DeShawn Shead, Richard Lewis, James Hundon and Patrick Onwuasor.
Where is the Portland State Vikings' stadiums located?
Providence Park has been a complete stadium since 1926 and is located in Goose Hollow within Portland, Ore. This stadium was formerly known as Jeld-Wen Field, PGE Park, Civic Stadium and Multnomah Stadium. Opened in 1999, Hillsboro Stadium is a multi-sport stadium that is located in Hillsboro, Ore. The surface is made of artificial turf.
Where can I see a Portland State Vikings football game?
The Portland State Vikings have six away games this season. While you can see it play in Ore., the Vikings will also travel to other states. The team’s first away game is at the Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, Ark., against the Arkansas Razorbacks. If you live in Idaho, you'll be happy to know that the Vikings will travel to Boise, Idaho, to compete against the Boise State Broncos at Albertsons Stadium. Portland State's last away game is at Roos Field in Cheney, Wash., on the campus of Eastern Washington University.Back to Top