Jeld Wen Field Overview
Jeld Wen Field now known with the name of Providence Park is American outdoor stadium that located in the city of Portland, Oregon. This venue is owned by the City of Portland and operated by the Peregrine Sports LLC. It was opened for the general public on 9th October 1926 and has been renovated multiple times in the years of 1956, 1982, 2001, and 2018. The architect of this brilliant was Morris H. Whitehouse & Associates and AE Doyle. On the other hand, the general contractor for this company was Hansen-Hammond Company. Some tenants of Providence Park are Portland Timbers Vikings Football, Portland Timbers 2, Portland Beavers, Portland Storm, and Portland Rockies.
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It is an outdoor stadium that houses plenty of football teams like Portland State University Vikings, MLS Portland Timbers, and NWSL Portland Thorns. There were more than US$ 31 million spent on this stadium in 2010 for renovation The Peregrine Sports manages this stadium, whereas the City of Portland owns it. The Jeld Weld Field was renamed in 2011 to Providence Park. There is a Multnomah Athletic Club near the stadium.
Since its foundation, the stadium has organized plenty of events in sports like baseball, Football, and College Football. The events like North American Soccer League Soccer Bowl 77, 1999 Women’s World Cup and 2014 MLS All-Star Game organized here. When it comes to baseball, they have hosted the Triple-A All-Star Game in 20019. Also, they were the host of the highest scoring game in the history of NCAA in 2007 that contested between Weber State University Wildcats and PSU Vikings.