User:Halvorsen brian/Portland sports teams

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High school sports[edit]

Teams

Collegiate sports[edit]

Concordia Cavaliers[edit]

Lewis & Clark Pioneers[edit]

Portland Pilots[edit]

Portland State Vikings[edit]

Originally established as the Vanport Vikings, the team was relocated along with the school to Downtown Portland


Current professional teams[edit]

Portland area sports teams
Club Sport League Championships Venue Founded Attendance
Portland Thorns FC Women's soccer National Women's Soccer League 1 (2013) Providence Park 2012 16,945
Portland Timbers Soccer Major League Soccer 1 (2015) Providence Park 2009 21,144
Portland Timbers 2 Soccer USL 0 Merlo Field 2014 1,740
Portland Timbers U23s Soccer Premier Development League 1 (2010) Providence Park 2008
Portland Trail Blazers Basketball National Basketball Association 1 (1976–77) Moda Center 1970 19,317
Portland Winterhawks Ice hockey Western Hockey League 2 (1982–83, 1997–98) Moda Center 1976 6,080

Defunct teams[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Name
(Former names)
League(s) Year(s) Home venue(s) Ref
Portland Webfeet Pacific Northwest League 1890–92 Columbia Park
Portland Oregon State League 1893 West End Grounds
City View Park
Portland Beavers
Portland Browns
Portland Giants
Portland Ducks
Pacific Coast League 1903–17, 1919–72,
1978–93, 2001–10
Vaughn Street Park
Providence Park
Portland Greengages Pacific National League 1903 East 8th street at Hawthorne avenue
Portland Colts Northwestern League 1909, 1911–13 Vaughn Street Park
Portland Buckaroos Pacific Coast International League 1918 Vaughn Street Park
Portland Rosebuds West Coast Negro Baseball League 1946 Vaughn Street Park
Portland Mavericks Northwest League 1974–79 Providence Park

Basketball[edit]

Name
(Former names)
League(s) Year(s) Home venue(s) Ref
Portland Indians Pacific Coast Professional Basketball League 1946–48 First Regiment Armory Annex
Portland Power American Basketball League 1996–98 Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Portland Fire Women's National Basketball Association 2000–02 Moda Center
Portland Reign American Basketball Association 2004 Oregon Convention Center
Oregon Riptide American Basketball Association 2006

Football[edit]

Name
(Former names)
League(s) Year(s) Home venue(s) Ref
Portland Rockets 1946
Portland Thunderbirds 1962–66 Providence Park
Portland Loggers Continental Football League 1969 Providence Park
Portland Storm
Portland Thunder
World Football League 1973–75 Providence Park
Portland Breakers United States Football League 1985 Providence Park
Oregon Lightning Bolts Professional Spring Football League 1992 Providence Park
Portland Forest Dragons Arena Football League 1997–99 Moda Center
Portland Prowlers Indoor Professional Football League 2000 Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Ice hockey[edit]

Name
(Former names)
League(s) Year(s) Home venue(s) Ref
Portland Rosebuds Pacific Coast Hockey Association
Western Hockey League
1914–18, 1925–26 Portland Ice Arena
Portland Buckaroos 1928–41, 1960–74
Portland Eagles 1944–55

Soccer[edit]

Name
(Former names)
League(s) Year(s) Home venue(s) Ref
Portland Timbers 1975–82
Portland Timbers 1985–90
Portland Pride 1993–98
Portland Pythons 1999–98
Portland Rain 2000–03, 2009–12
Portland Timbers 2001–10

Other teams[edit]

Name
(Former names)
Sport League(s) Year(s) Home venue(s) Ref
Portland Adanacs lacrosse Western Lacrosse Association 1968 Veterans Memorial Coliseum [1]
Sea-Port Cascades tennis World TeamTennis 1977 Veterans Memorial Coliseum [2]
Portland Rage roller hockey Roller Hockey International 1993–94
Portland LumberJax lacrosse National Lacrosse League 2005–09 Moda Center
Portland Wolfpack mixed martial arts International Fight League 2006–07

References[edit]

  1. ^ Horstsch, Dan (31 March 1968). "Preppers go for lacrosse...". The Oregonian. Portland, Oregon. p. 76. 
  2. ^ Kelley, Steve (8 March 1977). "Cascades hope to trade Nastase". The Oregonian. Portland, Oregon. p. 39.