Not timber army
View after every Timbers goal.
Thorns break up after a group hug at the scene of the beautiful assist that resulted in their 6th goal. A 7th would soon follow.
It was nice to see the Thorns consistently bringing the offense in the second half when they score on this end of the pitch.
Thorns Christine Sinclair scores the loan goal for the good guys as they fall 2-1 to the Sky Blue on a rainy evening in Portland.
Great Seat, Great Match. 4:00PM start time, nice and shady when the sun started beating down.
Thorns put on a scoring clinic in this one.
Thorns move to set up for a corner kick. The only spot you can't see from this seat is the corner to the right of the near goal.
Lousy seats. Can't see the north side of the field due to railings. Venue doesnt call these obstructed????
Do not sit in this seat. You can only see half of the game. Railing right at eye level for a 5 ft 8 inch tall person.
Pretty good view
Could almost see the goal box on the timbers army said
Easy exit after the game, had a pole in the way at times, but it was fine.
The pole does block a bit of the view but it's easy to move a bit to see when needed. Great view otherwise. Doesn't face into the setting sun. Far enough away from the army to be entertained by them but not overwhelmed.
Great view recommended
Pole in view
This is a zoom shot from our field seats of a small fraction of the Timbers Army!
Amazing seats, but the energy of the crowd was even better!
Fantastic seats and great energy in the stadium! The Timbers Army is everything.
Opening night, first Timbers MLS game.
Huge game Aug 24, playoffs on the line.
Only sit here if you want to stand the whole game. These are great seats until the whole first row fills up with guys who stand the entire time. Extra good luck if you're on the shorter side.
Awesome seats, close to the players!
From July 10, 2011
Great view of the whole field. Perks of being in Tanner Ridge are pretty cool (free food, free bottled water and soft drinks, etc). Protected from the rain (which happens a lot in Portland). There are tv monitors over each section, which is a nice touch.