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Timbers Unveil $50M Stadium Plan To Expand Providence Park Capacity To 25,000 Seats

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 27 / 17

The Timbers are "moving forward" with a privately funded $50M stadium expansion plan that "would add four new levels and approximately 4,000 new seats to the east side of Providence Park," according to a front-page piece by Jamie Goldberg of the Portland OREGONIAN. The Timbers, who yesterday un...

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