List of sports venues in Portland, Oregon

The following is a list of sports venues in Portland, Oregon, specifically the metro area, that are currently in operation or defunct. The city features two major sports franchises, the Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer (MLS) and the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Portland Winterhawks, who are major junior ice hockey franchise in the Western Hockey League, have played in the city since 1976 when the Edmonton Oil Kings were relocated. They are a unique team in that they have two venues, the Moda Center and the Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Providence Park, a 20,323 seat open-air stadium which is the home of the Timbers and the Portland State Vikings football team, is the largest non-auto sports venue in Portland.[1][2] The Moda Center, formerly the Rose Garden, is a close second with 19,980 seats for basketball games and slightly less for hockey match-ups.[3] Portland International Raceway in Hayden Meadows has the largest seating capacity (30,000) of any sporting venue in Portland.[4] There are several golf courses in the Portland metro area, including the Portland Golf Club where the 1946 PGA Championship was held.

Besides professional sports franchises, the Portland metro area is home to several colleges and universities athletic programs. Two of those schools, the Portland State Vikings and the University of Portland Pilots are NCAA Division I classified. The Vikings basketball programs play at 2,000 seat Peter Stott Center in Downtown Portland while the Pilots basketball teams play at their 4,852 seat domed stadium the Chiles Center in University Park. The Portland State football team shares Providence Park with the professional soccer teams the Portland Timbers, the Portland Timbers U23s and the Portland Thorns FC. The NAIA Concordia University Cavaliers have the one of the newest sports venues in Portland, Hilken Community Stadium, which is home to several of their athletic programs as well as Special Olympics Oregon and a local soccer club.[5] The Stoffer Family Stadium in Newberg, where the George Fox University Bruins football team play, was opened in 2014.[6] The Lewis & Clark Pioneers men's and women's tennis team have a unique facility, the Lewis & Clark Tennis Dome, which is an inflatable tent with translucent fabric on the ceiling for a skylight effect.

Some sports venues were converted for other uses like the Jantzen Beach Arena, and indoor ice rink and boxing venue which was leased to Toys "R" Us in 1979.[7] Other venues like the First Regiment Armory Annex and the Vanport Extension Gymnasium had been converted into venues for sports after being used for other purposes. The Vanport Extension Gymnasium was built as a barrack during World War II but was sold to the State of Oregon who formed Vanport Extension College. The site was flooded in 1948 destroying the gymnasium.[8] Reed Gymnasium II was also a converted barrack that was sold to Reed College following World War II. It replaced Reed Gymnasium I which was built in 1914, four years after the founding of the institution.[9] Columbia Gymnasium was a large wood building which had a seating capacity of 1,600 built for Columbia University in 1903. It was a unique building for its time in that it served as a baseball and football field in bad weather for the Columbia Cliffdwellers sports team.[10] It was demolished after Howard Hall was completed in 1928 which was a 2,500 seat basketball and volleyball court attached to an indoor swimming pool.[11] While Howard Hall still stands on the campus of the now-named University of Portland it no longer serves as the home to any athletic games the Chiles Center was complete in 1985.

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The Moda Center, formerly known as the Rose Garden, is home to several professional sports teams including the Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA.
Hillsboro Ballpark June 2013 ticket office - Oregon
Ron Tonkin Field, constructed in 2013, is where the minor league Hillsboro Hops baseball team plays.
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The Chiles Center in University Park is where the Portland Pilots men's and women's basketball teams play as well as the volleyball program.
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After serving primarily as a professional baseball park since the 1950s, Providence Park was rebuilt into a venue that now houses a Major League Soccer franchise.

Key

Venue name
(Former names)
The abridged name and any former names of the sports venue
Venue type Indicates if the venue is open-air or enclosed
~ An approximate number
Information is not attributable and/or available

Table

Current venues

Hare Field Hillsboro
Hare Field, which opened in 1965, is owned by the Hillsboro School District.
PSU, Peter Stott Center sign
The Portland State Vikings men's and women's basketball teams play in Downtown Portland at the Stott Center.
Portland Memorial Coliseum wide view from east parking garage (2013)
Veterans Memorial Coliseum hosted the 1965 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament final round where UCLA beat Michigan.
Waverley Country Club Clubhouse - Portland Oregon
Established in 1892, Waverley Country Club is the oldest sports venue in the Portland metro area.
Portland International Raceway entrance
With 30,000 seats, Portland International Raceway is the largest sports venue in the Portland area.
Venue name
Former name(s)
Opened Capacity Venue type Tenants and events Location Ref
Austin Sports Complex 2010 750 open-air field George Fox Bruins men's soccer team (2010–present)
George Fox Bruins women's lacrosse team (2013–present)
George Fox Bruins women's soccer team (2010–present)
Newberg [12]
Broadmoor Golf Course 1931 private golf course Sunderland [13]
Cascade Gymnasium 2004 500~ enclosed auditorium PCC Panthers men's basketball team
PCC Panthers men's volleyball team
PCC Panthers women's basketball team
PCC Panthers women's volleyball team
Humboldt [14]
Charles Jordan Community Center Gymnasium
University Park Community Center Gymnasium
1940 100 enclosed auditorium Portland Parks & Recreation
DOA Pro Wrestling
University Park [15]
Chehalem Glenn Golf Course 2005 private golf course George Fox Bruins men's golf team (2007–present)
George Fox Bruins women's golf team (2006–present)
Newberg [16]
Chiles Center 1984 4,852 enclosed dome Portland Pilots men's basketball team (1984–present)
Portland Pilots women's basketball team (1984–present)
Portland Pilots women's volleyball team (1984–present)
University Park [17]
Chuck Bafaro Stadium 2008 500 open-air stadium Pacific University Boxers baseball team (2008–present) Forest Grove [18]
Claremont Golf Course 1993 public golf course Oaks Hill [19]
Columbia Edgewater Country Club 1925 private golf course Oregon Open (1929–30)
Portland Open (1961–63, 1966)
Northwest Open (1963, 1970)
Safeway Classic (1974–2008, 2013)
East Columbia [20]
Colwood National Golf Club 1929 public golf course Sunderland [21]
Concordia Gymnasium 1950 1,000 enclosed auditorium Concordia Cavaliers men's basketball team (2011–present)
Concordia Cavaliers women's basketball team (2011–present)
Alberta [22]
East Portland Community Center Gymnasium 1998 100 enclosed auditorium Portland Parks & Recreation Mill Park [23]
Eastmoreland Golf Course 1917 public golf course Lewis & Clark Pioneers men's golf team
Lewis & Clark Pioneers women's golf team
Sellwood [24][25]
Erv Lind Stadium 1948 500 open-air softball field Portland State Vikings softball team Rose City Park [26]
Fred G. Meyer Memorial Club Gymnasium 1992 500 enclosed auditorium Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area Sellwood [27]
Forest Grove Aquatic Center 2001 enclosed pool Pacific Boxers men's swimming team
Pacific Boxers women's swimming team
Forest Grove [28]
Fulton Park Community Center Gymnasium
Fulton Park Elementary School Gymnasium
1914 enclosed auditorium Portland Parks & Recreation Hillsdale [29]
Glendoveer Golf Course 1923 public golf course Glenfair [30]
Gordon Faber Recreation Complex (Field 4) 1997 Open-air field Portland State Vikings softball Hillsboro [31]
Griswold Stadium 1953 3,500 open-air stadium Lewis & Clark Pioneers football team (1953–present)
Lewis & Clark Pioneers men's soccer team
Lewis & Clark Pioneers women's soccer team
Collins View [32]
Hare Field 1965 5,000 open-air stadium Hillsboro High School baseball team
Glencoe High School baseball team
Hillsboro [33]
Heron Lakes Golf Club
West Delta Park Golf Course
1971 public golf course Portland Parks & Recreation Hayden Meadows [34]
Hilken Community Stadium 2012 1,000 open-air stadium Concordia Cavaliers baseball team (2012–present)
Concordia Cavaliers football team (2012–present)
Concordia Cavaliers men's soccer team (2012–present)
Concordia Cavaliers softball team (2012–present)
Concordia Cavaliers women's soccer team (2012–present)
Northeast United Soccer (2012–present)
Portland Riptide AUDL (2018–present)
Sunderland [5]
Ron Tonkin Field
Hillsboro Ballpark (2013)
2013 3,534–4,500 open-air stadium Hillsboro Hops (2013–present) Hillsboro [35]
Hillsboro Stadium 1999 7,600 open-air stadium Pacific Boxers football team (2007)
Portland State Vikings football team (2000, 2010, 2015, 2017–18)
Hillsboro
Holce Tennis Courts 2009 open-air enclosed Pacific Boxers men's tennis team (2009–present)
Pacific Boxers women's tennis team (2009–present)
Forest Grove [36]
Huston Sports Complex 1970~ 100~ open-air field Lewis & Clark Pioneers baseball team (1980–present)
Lewis & Clark Pioneers softball team (1976–present)
Collins View [37]
Interstate Lanes
Interstate Bowl
1954 26 lanes enclosed bowling alley United States Bowling Congress Arbor Lodge [38]
Joe Etzel Field
Pilot Stadium (1988–2004)
1988 1,000 open-air stadium Portland Pilots baseball team (1988–present) University Park [39]
King City Golf Course 1966 semi-private golf course King City [40]
Langdon Farms Golf Club 1995 public golf course Portland State Vikings men's golf team
Portland State Vikings women's golf team
Aurora [41]
Charles B. Walker Stadium at Lents Park 1956 2,000 open-air baseball stadium Portland Pickles Lents [42][43]
Lewis & Clark Tennis Dome 2011 inflated dome Lewis & Clark Pioneers men's tennis team (2012–present)
Lewis & Clark Pioneers women's tennis team (2012–present)
Collins View [44]
Lincoln Park Stadium 2006 1,100 open-air stadium Pacific Boxers football team (2006–present)
Pacific Boxers men's soccer team (2006–present)
Pacific Boxers women's lacrosse team (2006–present)
Pacific Boxers women's soccer team (2006–present)
Forest Grove [45][46]
Louisiana–Pacific Tennis Center 1985 enclosed Portland Pilots men's tennis team (1985–present)
Portland Pilots women's tennis team (1985–present)
University Park [47]
Lytle Gymnasium 2,430 enclosed auditorium Multnomah Lions men's basketball team
Multnomah Lions women's volleyball team
Montavilla [48]
Matt Dishman Community Center Gymnasium
Knott Street Community Center Gymnasium
1950 enclosed auditorium Portland Parks & Recreation Eliot [49]
Meriwether National Golf Club 1961 public golf course 2008 Pacific Invitational Hillsboro
Merlo Field 1990 4,892 open-air stadium 2001 NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship
2003 NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship
Portland Pilots men's soccer team (1990–present)
Portland Pilots women's soccer team (1990–present)
University Park [50]
Moda Center
Rose Garden (1995–2013)
1995 19,980 enclosed stadium Portland Trail Blazers (1995–present)
Portland Winterhawks (1995–present)
Portland Forest Dragons (1997–99)
Portland Pythons (1998–99)
Portland Fire (2000–02)
Portland LumberJax (2006–09)
Portland Steel (2014–16)
2009 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament
2012 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament
Lloyd District [3]
Morse Athletic Fields 1989 100–250 open-air field George Fox Bruins baseball team (1989–present)
George Fox Bruins softball team (1989–present)
Newberg [51]
Oaks Park Roller Rink
The Oaks Rink
1905 enclosed roller rink Sellwood [52]
Oswego Lake Country Club 1926 private golf course Lake Oswego [53]
Owens Sports Complex at Delta Park 1950 100~ open-air field Portland Parks & Recreation (1950–present) Delta Park [54]
Pamplin Sports Center 1968 2,300 enclosed auditorium Lewis & Clark Pioneers men's basketball team (1968–present)
Lewis & Clark Pioneers women's basketball team (1968–present)
Lewis & Clark Pioneers women's volleyball team (1968–present)
Collins View [55]
Viking Pavilion 1966 3,000 enclosed auditorium Portland State Vikings men's basketball team (1966–present)
Portland State Vikings women's basketball team (1966–present)
Downtown [56]
Portland Golf Club 1912 private golf course 1931 Western Amateur
1934 Women's Western Open
1946 PGA Championship
1947 Ryder Cup
1955 Western Open
1969 Alcan Golfer of the Year Championship
1982 U.S. Senior Open
1999 U.S. Senior Amateur
Portland Open Invitational (1944–45, 1947–48, 1959–60, 1964–65)
Portland Classic (1972–73, 1975–76)
Fred Meyer Challenge (1986–1991)
Raleigh Hills [57][58]
Portland Indoor Soccer Center
Imperial Rink
1926 100 enclosed soccer field and roller rink professional roller skating (pre 1985) Buckman [59]
Portland International Raceway 1960 30,000 auto track Grand Prix of Portland (1984–2007)
NASCAR Truck Series (1999–2000)
NASCAR K&N Pro Series West
Hayden Meadows [4]
Portland Meadows 1946 4,450 horse track The Stronach Group Hayden Meadows [60]
Portland Meadows Golf Course 1961 public golf course Hayden Meadows [61]
Portland Tennis Center 1973 enclosed and open-air tennis courts Portland Parks & Recreation Buckman [62]
Providence Park
Jeld-Wen Field (2010–2014)
PGE Park (2001–10)
Civic Stadium (1966–2001)
Multnomah Stadium (1926–1966)
Multnomah Field (pre 1926)
1926 20,323 open-air stadium Portland Timbers (1975–1982, 1985–1990, 2001–present)
Portland Thorns FC (2013–present)
Portland Beavers (1956–1972, 1978–1993, 2001–2010)
Portland Rockies (1995–2000)
Portland Breakers (1985)
Portland State Vikings football
Goose Hollow [1]
Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club 1992 golf course 1996 U.S. Amateur
1997 U.S. Women's Open
2003 U.S. Women's Open
2006 U.S. Women's Amateur
Safeway Classic (2009–2012)
North Plains [63]
Randall Hall 1972 500~ enclosed CCC Cougars men's basketball team (1972–present)
CCC Cougars men's wrestling team (1972–present)
CCC Cougars women's basketball team
CCC Cougars wrestling team (1972–present)
Oregon City [64]
Reed Gymnasium II 1948 750 enclosed auditorium Reed Griffins basketball team (1948–present) Reed [9][65][66]
Redtail Golf Course 1968 public golf course Beaverton [67]
Rock Creek Country Club 1958 private golf course Rock Creek [68]
Roosevelt High School Gymnasium 1950 1,000 enclosed auditorium Roosevelt Rough Riders men's basketball team
Roosevelt Rough Riders women's basketball team
Roosevelt Rough Riders women's volleyball team
St. Johns [69]
Rose City Golf Course 1922 public golf course City of Portland Rose City Park [70]
Sckavone Stadium
Westmoreland Baseball Park
Sckavone Field
1939 1,000 open-air baseball stadium Portland Parks & Recreation Sellwood [71]
Sherman–Larkins Stadium 2008 300 open-air stadium Pacific Boxers softball team (2008–present) Forest Grove [72]
Shute Park Aquatic & Recreation Center 1981 enclosed and open-air pool City of Hillsboro Hillsboro [73]
St. Johns Racquet Center 1980 enclosed tennis courts Portland Parks & Recreation St. Johns [74]
Stoffer Family Stadium 2014 1,200 open-air stadium George Fox Bruins football team (2014–present) Newberg [6]
Stoller Center 1970 2,500 enclosed auditorium Pacific Boxers men's basketball team (1970–present)
Pacific Boxers men's wrestling team
Pacific Boxers women's basketball team
Pacific Boxers women's wrestling team
Pacific Boxers volleyball team
Forest Grove [75]
Stott Community Field 1998 open-air field Portland State Vikings football team (practice)
Portland State Vikings men's soccer team (practice)
Portland State Vikings women's soccer team (practice)
Downtown Portland [76]
Summerfield Golf & Country Club 1973 semi-private golf course Tigard [77]
The Dome
Mt. Hood Community College Gymnasium
1966 2,000 enclosed dome Mt. Hood CC Saints men's basketball team (1966–present)
Mt. Hood CC Saints women's basketball team (1966–present)
Gresham [78][79]
The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club 1997 golf course Fred Meyer Challenge (1998–2002)
JELD-WEN Tradition (2003–06)
Aloha [80]
Tualatin Indoor Soccer 2003 80 enclosed soccer field Tualatin [81]
Veterans Memorial Coliseum 1960 10,400 enclosed glass arena 1961 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament
1965 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament
1975 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament
Portland Buckaroos (1960–1975)
Portland Trail Blazers (1970–1995)
Portland Winterhawks (1976–present)
Portland Power (1996–98)
Lloyd District [82]
Waverley Country Club 1896 golf course 1952 U.S. Women's Amateur
1964 U.S. Senior Amateur
1970 U.S. Amateur
1981 U.S. Women's Amateur
1993 U.S. Junior Amateur
2000 U.S. Women's Amateur
Sellwood [83]
Wheeler Sports Center 1977 2,750 enclosed auditorium George Fox Bruins men's basketball team (1977–present)
George Fox Bruins women's basketball team (1977–present)
George Fox Bruins volleyball team (1977–present)
Newberg [84]
Woodburn Dragstrip 1961 dragstrip NHRA Woodburn [85]

Defunct venues

Venue name
Former name(s)
Opened Closed Capacity Venue type Tenants and events Location Ref
Columbia Coliseum 1903 1927 1,600 enclosed auditorium Columbia Cliffdwellers football team[a] (1903–1928)
Columbia Cliffdwellers baseball team[a] (1903–1928)
Columbia Cliffdwellers men's basketball team (1903–1928)
University Park [10][86]
Exposition Rink 1905 1910 3,000 enclosed roller rink 1910 Portland Rose Festival
amateur boxing matches
Guild's Lake [87][88][89][90]
First Regiment Armory Annex 1891 5,000 enclosed auditorium Portland Indians (1946–48) Downtown Portland [91]
Hester Gymnasium 1948 1977 1,000 enclosed auditorium George Fox Bruins men's basketball team
George Fox Bruins women's basketball team
Newberg [92]
Howard Hall 1928 1985 2,500 enclosed auditorium Columbia Cliffdwellers basketball team (1928–1935)
Portland Pilots men's basketball team (1935–1985)
University Park [11]
Jantzen Beach Arena
(Jantzen Beach Ice Arena)
1931 1979[b] 5,000 enclosed arena and racetrack K&N Pro Series West (1967, 1969–70)
Portland Winterhawks (practice only, 1976–79)
Jantzen Beach [7][93][94]
Lewis & Clark College Gymnasium 1947 1966 1,200 enclosed auditorium Lewis & Clark men's basketball team
Lewis & Clark women's basketball team
Collins View [95][96]
Portland Civic Auditorium
Portland Municipal Auditorium
Portland Public Auditorium
1917 4,500 enclosed auditorium professional boxing (after 1929) Downtown Portland [97]
Portland Ice Arena
(Portland Ice Hippodrome)
1914 1953 3,280 enclosed arena Portland Rosebuds (1914–18)
Portland Buckaroos (1928–1941)
Northwest [98][99][100]
Portland Speedway 1924 2001 3,500 racetrack K&N Pro Series West (1956–1969)
NASCAR Winston West Series (1971–2000)
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (1995–98)
Hayden Meadows [101][102]
Reed Gymnasium I 1914 1947 enclosed auditorium Reed Griffins basketball team (1914–1947) Reed [9][103]
Rose City Speedway 1910 1921 auto race track Rose City Park [70]
Vanport Extension Gymnasium 1946[c] 1948[c] 500 enclosed auditorium Vanport Vikings basketball team (1946–49) Vanport [8]
Vaughn Street Park 1901 1956 12,000 open-air stadium Portland Beavers (1903–1956)
Portland Colts (1909, 1911–14)
Portland Rosebuds (1946)
Northwest [104]

Notes

  • a The Columbia University football and baseball teams used Columbia Gymnasium in bad weather.[10]
  • b Jantzen Beach Arena was sold to the owners of the Jantzen Beach Shopping Center in 1975 who leased it to Toys "R" Us in 1979. The building was converted into a storefront and the "closed" date refers to when it ceased operations as a sports venue.[7][105]
  • c Before Vanport Extension College, the buildings were built for World War II purposes. The "opened" date indicates when the facility was used for sports.[8] After the Vanport Flood in 1948, the gymnasium was destroyed by water damage.[106]

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