Multnomah Stadium
Das Jeld-Wen Field ist ein Mehrzweckstadion im US-amerikanischen Portland, Oregon. Es wurde 1926 unter dem Namen Multnomah Stadium eröffnet und 1956, 1982, 2001 renoviert. Von 2010 bis 2011 wurde das Stadion von einem Baseballfeld in ein Fußball- und American-Football-Stadion umgebaut. So werden auch weiterhin die Spiele der Portland State Vikings dort stattfinden. Das Stadion bietet zur Zeit 20.438 Sitzplätze für die Zuschauer. Das gegenwärtige Namensrecht sicherte sich 2011 das Unternehmen Jeld-Wen, ein Hersteller von Fenstern und Türen.

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Scotty Moore - Multnomah Civic Stadium…
Multnomah Civic Stadium Portland, OR. The Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club in Portland, Oregon is a private club formed in 1891 by twentysix football ...
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Multnomah Stadium - Project Ballpark v2.6
This site showcase's one man's travels and photographs of various minor, major and independent league baseball parks. This site is also a resource for those ...
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Portland State's 2013 football schedule has a little of everything. It features five home games, six road games, another Pac-12 opponent, a rare Friday ...
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Jeld-Wen Field – Wikipedia
Es wurde 1926 unter dem Namen Multnomah Stadium eröffnet und 1956, 1982, 2001 renoviert. Von 2010 bis 2011 wurde das Stadion von einem Baseballfeld ...
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Civic Stadium - Oregon History Project
• enlarge this image. The Civic Stadium was built by the Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club (MAC) — the word “Amateur” was eventually dropped from the name.
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Jeld-Wen Field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jeld-Wen Field (formerly PGE Park; Civic Stadium; originally Multnomah Stadium ; and from 1893 until the stadium was built, Multnomah Field) is an outdoor ...
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October 9, 1926: Multnomah Civic Stadium is Dedicated
9 Oct 2011 ... Portland's Multnomah civic stadium opened to the public for the first time on Saturday, October 9, 1926 (Morning Oregonian, 8 October 1926).
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Multnomah Stadium | Vintage Portland
20 Apr 2012 ... Posts about Multnomah Stadium written by Dan Davis.
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Vaughn Street Park, Multnomah Stadium, and the ... - Sporting Oregon
Vaughn Street Park opened in 1901, saw its last baseball game in 1955, and was torn down in 1956. Sports began at Multnomah Field in 1893, Multnomah ...
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JELD-WEN Field: A Portland landmark since…
Arriving to Multnomah Civic Stadium in a white convertible Cadillac, The King put on a 40-minute show that left the fanatical crowd in hysteria.
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October 9, 1926: Multnomah Civic Stadium is Dedicated
9 Oct 2011 ... Portland's Multnomah civic stadium opened to the public for the first time on Saturday, October 9, 1926 (Morning Oregonian, 8 October 1926).
STUMPTOWNBLOGGER: MULTNOMAH STADIUM SKI JUMP IN 1953
30 Aug 2009 ... The ski jump was built at Civic Stadium, and at its highest point was 47 meters ( 154 feet). ... Classics · Rich Patterson Collection · Science · Songs that hit #2 on the charts · Sports ... Multnomah Stadium SKI JUMP IN 1953 ...
Autzen Stadium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Autzen Stadium is an outdoor football stadium in Eugene, Oregon, United States. ... games (against schools like Washington and USC) were played 110 miles ( 180 km) north in Portland at the larger Multnomah Stadium. ..... Science Complex: ...
Civil War (college football game) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Seven games were played at Multnomah Stadium, (now known as Jeld-Wen Field) ... 1933: In a game played before 32,183 spectators at Multnomah Stadium in ...
Reser Stadium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Reser Stadium is an outdoor athletic stadium in Corvallis, Oregon, United ... many as four games a year at Multnomah Stadium (now Jeld-Wen Field) in Portland.
Economic impact of sport stadiums, teams, events - Human Kinetics
International Journal of Golf Science · International Journal of Sport Nutrition and ... Public money paid for the construction of seven new stadiums in a country .... track, Multnomah Greyhound Park, and other small spectator sport ventures.
Dr. Daniel Scalberg - Bio | Multnomah University
History Department Chair; Arts and Sciences Division Chair ... I am often found in the stadium during University of Oregon Duck football games and Portland ...
Sckavone Stadium - Portland - Bewertungen und Fotos - TripAdvisor
Sckavone Stadium, Portland: Bewertungen und Fotos von Reisenden. Sckavone Stadium ist auf Platz 204 von 281 Portland Aktvititäten bei TripAdvisor. ... Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden · Multnomah County Central Library · St. Johns ... of Science and Industry · Living Room Theater · Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall ...
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... Lewis and Clark College, PGE Park Stadium, Rose Garden Arena, Memorial Coliseum, Portland International Raceway, and Portland International Airport.
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Oregon Zoo and OMSI - Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Multnomah Falls, ... Park & Recreation Center, Hillsboro Stadium, German American School ...
Bücher zum Begriff Multnomah Stadium
The Ultimate Minor League Baseball Road Trip: A Fan's Guide to ...
The Ultimate Minor League Baseball Road Trip: A Fan's Guide to ...
Josh Pahigian, 2007
The new facility cost $502,000 to build and was funded largely by Portland citizens who shelled out $100 apiece to purchase their own plaque at the new stadium. Multnomah Stadium opened on October 9, 1926, hosting a football game ...
The Portland Beavers
The Portland Beavers
Kip Carlson, Paul Andresen, 2004
Thtough it all, Benevento wotked at ttansplanting the tutf ftom Vaughn Stteet onto the new hallfieU at Multnomah Stadium. Whete Vaughn S.tteet had a shott tightficld line with a high fence in ftont of the foundty, Multnomah Stadium was just the ...
Stadiums - Webster's Specialty Crossword Puzzles, Volume 2: The Enthusiast's Edition
Stadiums - Webster's Specialty Crossword Puzzles, Volume 2: The Enthusiast's Edition
Icon Group International von ICON Group International, Inc., 2009
If you enjoy crosswords, or need to learn more about the word "stadiums", these crosswords are for you. Learning a subject can be difficult. To ease the pain, hints are provided at the bottom of each page, though these are selected to prevent an engineered solution to the puzzle. The clues in this book are used under license or with permi...
Oregon: End of the Trail
Oregon: End of the Trail
Writers' Program (Or.), 1972
The principal features of the celebration are the crowning of the queen, a rose show at the Civic Auditorium, programs at the Multnomah Stadium, a Junior Pageant, the floral parade, and the "merrykana" carnival parade on the closing night.
Just As I Am: The Autobiography of Billy Graham
Just As I Am: The Autobiography of Billy Graham
Billy Graham von HarperOne, 2007
Hailed as "the world's preacher," Billy Graham has enjoyed a career that has spanned six decades and his ministry of faith has touched the hearts and souls of millions. In Just As I Am Graham reveals his life story in what the Chicago Tribune calls "a disarmingly honest autobiography." Now, in this revised and updated editi...
That First Season: How Vince Lombardi Took the Worst Team in the ...
That First Season: How Vince Lombardi Took the Worst Team in the ...
John Eisenberg, 2009
His fans would flock to little Multnomah Stadium Saturday night to watch him oppose another local icon, Eagles quarterback Norm Van Brocklin, who had starred at the University of Oregon in the late 1940s. The crowds at the Packers' daily ...
Elvis ý57: The Final Fifties Tours
Elvis ý57: The Final Fifties Tours
Alan Hanson von iUniverse, 2007
In 1957, Elvis Aron Presley was still a one man phenomenon with six titles on the charts, one movie to his credit, and two movies soon to follow. But while he pursued his dream of becoming a Hollywood actor, the military draft threatened to shatter it along with his wildly successful rock 'n' roll career. Elvis couldn't resist the ex...
Oregon, End of the Trail,
Oregon, End of the Trail,
Best Books on, Federal Writers' Project, 1940
The principal features of the celebration are the crowning of the queen, a rose show at the Civic Auditorium, programs at the Multnomah Stadium, a Junior Pageant, the floral parade, and the “merrykana” carnival parade on the closing night.
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Multnomah Stadium, 1930 | Vintage Portland
A photo blog exploring Portland's past through historical images. (by Dan Davis)
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To Conserve Electricity All Portland. High Schools Had Their Football Games Rescheduled for Daylight Hours at the Multnomah Stadium. Normally They Were Played at Night 10/1973 | Just Football
Original Caption: To Conserve Electricity All Portland. High Schools Had Their Football Games Rescheduled for Daylight Hours at the Multnomah Stadium. Norma
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STUMPTOWNBLOGGER: MULTNOMAH STADIUM SKI JUMP IN 1953
According to the Ski Jumping Hill Archive, this jump was erected by the Cascade Ski Club during the Rose Festival in 1953. The ski jump was built at Civic Stadium, and at its highest point was 47 meters (154 feet)...
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AHC Presentation: The Many Lives of Civic Stadium | TimbersArmy.org
« Back to EventsEvent:AHC Presentation: The Many Lives of Civic StadiumStart:Saturday, March 26, 2011 10:00 amEnd:Saturday, March 26, 2011 11:30 amCost:$18/$13Category:Official News, Timbers ArmyOrganizer:Venue: Architectural Heritage CenterPhone:503-231-7264 Address: 701 SE Grand Avenue, Portland, OR, 97214, United StatesHere’s an event we thought you might be interested in hearing about that’s being held at the Architectural Heritage Center. 107ist members also get a $5 discount off the entry fee!Portland’s Stadium: The Many Lives of Civic Stadium From its earliest days as the athletics field for the Multnomah Athletic Club to its status as a dog track, football stadium, baseball field, soccer pitch, ski-jumping arena and nearly every other sport, Portland’s stadium has been a constant downtown presence for over 100 years.
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The Cascadia Courier: Portlandia, 1954
Vaughn Street on Opening Day, 1953. Note fans inside the fences.
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August 28, 1955: LA Rams and NY Giants Play First Overtime NFL Game at Multnomah Stadium
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STUMPTOWNBLOGGER: BEVO MANAGEMENT IN 1966 AT MULTNOMAH STADIUM
My cousin, Morris Rogoway is pictured bottom right. 1966 program
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5. AUTZEN STADIUM « STADIAFILE
Reviews and discussion of the architecture of stadia and sports venues past and present. Stadium architecture, Olympic stadia, baseball, basketball, football. (by MB)
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Today in Pro Football History: Past Venue: Civic Stadium
Portland, OR aka Multnomah Stadium, Jeld-Wen Field Year opened: 1926 Capacity: 22,000, down from 32,500 when it was used for pro football Names: Multnomah Stadium, 1926-65 Civic Stadium, 1966-2000 PGEPark, 2001-10 Jeld-Wen Field, 2011 to date Pro football tenants: Portland Storm/Thunder (WFL), 1974-75 Portland Breakers (USFL), 1985 Postseason games hosted: None Other tenants of note: Portland Beavers (minor league baseball), 1956-93, 2001-10 Portland Mavericks (minor league baseball), 1973-77 Portland Timbers (NASL), 1975-82 Portland Rockies (minor league baseball), 1995-2000 Portland State Univ. (college football) Portland Timbers (MLS), 2001 to date Notes: Constructed by Multnomah Athletic Club on site of earlier athletic fields, dating back to 1893.
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