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Rose City 'Til I Die

Show your love for the Portland Timbers in their official third jersey.

This throwback jersey was inspired by the Timbers' crazy passionate fans.

Collared ClimaCool jersey in classic Timbers green and gold.

Vintage Alaska Airlines logo on the front adds to this jersey's old-school feel.

"RCTID" (Rose City ‘Til I Die) at the jock tag, and Timber's Army chant "And When I Go Make Sure I'm Wearing Green and Gold" is highlighted on the neck line.

The Timbers Community Service is represented by the crossed axes on the back of the jersey.

Embroidered adidas logo and Portland Timbers crest.

100% polyester.

NOTE: Tight fit, which means any jersey classified as Authentic will run small. The authentic is the actual piece that is worn on field. The authentic uses a performance cut for a snug fit. It also has a bonded crest. The authentic also features upgraded materials. The upgraded materials on the authentic result in a lighter weight.


Apoya al Portland Timbers con esta camiseta oficial de su tercer uniforme hecha por adidas. Esta camiseta retro ha sido inspirada por la pasión de los aficionados al club. Hecha con tela ClimaCool, viene en los tradicionales colores verde y dorado. Logotip

The official ball for the 1982 World Cup was the adidas Tango España. Rules of the Game: During penalty kicks to determine the winner of a match, each kick is taken by a different player and all eligible players must take a kick before any player can take a second kick. Mexico's most famous stadium, Estadio Azteca, has an official seating capacity of 114,465. In the early years of of the game, American soccer was dominated by teams from New England, particularly Fall River, New Bedford and Pawtucket. Just Fontaine scored 13 goals for France in the 1958 World Cup, the most for an individual in a single tournament.