"Walk for the Gold" - October 27th
PGE Park hosts Fundraiser for Special Olympics.
The walk starts and ends at the Park >>>

Field of Screams presented by Rock 101 KUFO and Mix 107.5
October 5th & 6th, 10th to 14th, 17th to 31st
More info and ticket prices>>>
Field of Screams website>>>

Portland Tribune Football Fridays sponsored by U.S. Bank!
More info and game schedule >>>

YOUR TICKET TO
RIDE TRI-MET. FREE.

Show your PGE Park event ticket when you board and ride free on Tri-Met's buses and MAX to and from PGE Park. Valid on event days only.
 Find out more >>>

Tri-Met Trip Planner >>>
Community Clubhouse

Portland Family Entertainment (PFE), the Portland Beavers, and the Portland Timbers are committed to being active leaders in our community.

That's why we've created the PGE Park Community Clubhouse. The Clubhouse encompasses all of PFE's, the Beavers', and the Timbers' planned 2001 community programs involving youth, education, community outreach, fan interaction, and charitable donations. more >>>

Discount Parking Passes...$1.25
In partnership with City Center Parking
Advance purchase discount parking >>>

Timbers sign Yale goalkeeper Dan Moss
Baarts, Gantz and Nelson released

Portland, Ore. — The Portland Timbers announced today that they have signed Yale University goalkeeper Dan Moss to a multi-year contract.  Moss participated in the Timbers training camp earlier this year, but returned to Yale to complete his English degree and graduate on May 18.  Moss takes the place of back-up keeper, Matt Nelson, from Ireland’s Kilkenny City who was released.

“Danny is a great young talent and has the potential to become an outstanding professional,” said Jim Brazeau, Timbers’ goalkeeping coach.  “With Moss and Matt Napoleon, it gives us the best goalkeeping tandem in the league.” 

The Yale captain finished the 2000 season with a 0.98 goals against average for the 9-7-1 Bulldogs, good for second among Ivy League keepers   For his career, Moss finished with a 1.06 goals against average, placing him fourth best in Yale history.  In addition to being an All Ivy-League honorable mention, Moss also captured a number of awards including the Arthur Ashe Sports Scholar Award and the Jack Marshall Award for team spirit, loyalty to his fellow players and dedication to the game.

In order for the team to get down to an 18-man roster, the Timbers also announced that they have released forward Rob Baarts and midfielder Roger Gantz.

“Releasing Baarts and Gantz was an extremely difficult decision,” said Jim Taylor, Timbers’ vice president and general manager.  “They’re both first-class gentlemen and will always be part of the Timbers family.  We very much appreciate the contributions they have made to the organization and we wish them all the best in their future endeavors.”