Located in Portland, Oregon, Providence Park has been hosting various sports teams since the stadium was built in 1926. Originally called "Multnomah Stadium," the sports venue has hosted the Triple-A All-Star Game in 2009, the FIFA Women's World Cups in 1999 and 2003 and even the NWSL Championship Game in 2015. Serving as the home stadium for the Portland Thorns FC of NWSL and the Portland Timbers of MLS, Portland stadium also hosts several other teams, such as the Chicago Red Stars, the Houston Dynamo, the Colorado Rapids and many more. The best seating and tickets for Providence Park events can be found at StubHub.
Does Providence Park have VIP seating available?
Yes, there are a few Providence Park seating options available. There's Tanner Ridge, Audi Porsche Beaverton Suites and Field Seats available for upgrade. The amenities with each one vary, so for specific details, refer to the Premium Seating At Providence Park page.
Is there food available during Providence Park games?
Yes, food is available during Providence Park events and is provided by Levy Restaurants. Menu items include popcorn, hot dogs, peanuts and other traditional food one would find at a stadium.
Is there public transportation available near the stadium?
Yes, the TriMet is available, but each train has a maximum capacity of approximately 350 passengers, so the wait may be longer on game days. On these days, the TriMet will run additional service in order to accommodate game-goers. Keep in mind that the station on Kings Hill will close an hour prior to the start of the game and reopen 1 1/2 hours after it is over.
How do I get to Providence Park?
If you are on I-5 north, take I-405 north and then get off at the Providence Park/Salmon Street exit. Bear to the right onto SW 14th Avenue, and make a left on SW Taylor Street. Make a right on SW 18th Avenue and then a left on SW Morrison Street that will take you to the stadium. From I-5 south, take I-405 and then exit at Couch Street and continue to 15th Avenue. Make a right on Morrison Street, and it will take you to the stadium. For additional directions, please visit the Transportation and Parking page or contact the stadium.
Does Providence Park have wheelchair-accessible areas?
Yes, Providence Park seating is accessible via wheelchair and also has companion seating assigned along with it unless it is general admission. If you are in need of special seating, you can call ahead to ensure those needs are met.Back to Top
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