Current TAFC Outdoor Teams:
Current TAFC Indoor and Futsal Teams:
Former TAFC Teams:
The 101st FC was founded in 2011 by the founding members’ shared interest in the Portland Timbers, playing soccer, and shared love of the majestic dachshund. The name 101st F.C. not only represents the area they occupy during Timbers matches, but was coincidentally the number of names rejected before deciding on 101st F.C. Their badge is a symbol of true class, with a split colored shield acting as a backdrop to the majestic dachshund they are so fond of. They started out playing futsal, but quickly grew big enough to support an outdoor roster due to their emphasis on inclusion. While this hasn't resulted in hoisting any trophies, the 101st prides itself on being the only open division roster to include women. The 101st FC looks forward to many more seasons of unbridled fun and camaraderie, bolstered by their members' respect for the game and all its players and fans.
Cascade Rangers FC
Cascade Rangers FC was originally founded in the Fall of 2008 by Fernando Machicado and played through the Fall of 2011 under the name of Timbers Army Football Club. The team was made up entirely of North End regulars and was sponsored by The Bitter End Pub. Since 2008 over 50 members of the Timbers Army have played on the team, and has been sponsored by Ninkasi Brewing and Hopworks Urban Brewery. Notable achievements for the team include winning the first ever North End Cup in Fall of 2009, beating the ragtag assortment of new players that would go on to form North End United, and being awarded the GPSD good sportsmanship award in Spring of 2009.
Although the Timbers Army Football Club was renamed in 2012, Cascade Rangers FC will forever be known as the original team to play for the Timbers Army in the outdoor leagues and was a founding club of the Timbers Army FC initiative.
Clinton City Wanderers
Oliver Mooyman, Lead Manager
FC Bridge City(formerly Guerreros Verdes FC)
Multnomah Forest AFC
North End United
In 2008 a group of Timbers Army regulars decided it was about time another TA team was created. This team is North End United, or NEU. NEU has players in their early twenties to players in their mid-fifties. You will find these players generally all standing together at Timbers games taking up an entire row.
Since starting, NEU has played mainly in GPSD Div 4, with a lot of success. The team also played one season in Div 3 after gaining promotion, and one short season, which the team does not talk about, in Div 2. NEU and Cascade Rangers FC have enjoyed a healthy rivalry over the past few years, with the spoils going to NEU on each occasion.
North End United is a founding club in the Timbers Army FC initiative and is proudly sponsored by Paddy’s Bar & Grill.
Northern Alliance FC
In the fall of 2011 the boys of the Northern Alliance, the Washington subgroup of the Timbers Army, who already had the love of the Beautiful Game running through their veins, got together and decided they wanted a team of their own. Wanting to start slowly, they formed two squads, Northern Alliance FC and Wrongsiders FC, and joined an indoor soccer league. These squads merged into an outdoor side, Northern Alliance FC, under the Timbers Army FC banner, and look to wreak havoc on all who stand in their way.
Rose City Athletic
Established in late 2010, Rose City Athletic (RCA) is the fourth incarnation of Timbers Army affiliate soccer teams. With the inspiration of the great success of affiliate teams in the past, RCA went off without a hitch and fielded a Spring 2011 squad in the GPSD Division 4. Between attending Timbers games and getting together to play, RCA values kinship and passion for the game, similar to that of the Timbers Army ethos. While wielding a competitive edge is always the goal, RCA hopes to portray a positive image for the Timbers Army on the field and in our community.
Rose City Athletic is a founding club in the Timbers Army FC initiative and is very appreciative of their current kit sponsor, the Kingston Bar and Grill.
Trevor Herd, Lead Manager
Tanner Creek Renegades
Cameron Butler, Lead Manager
Justin Warber, Lead Manager
Old Growth FC
For years, the idea of a soccer team of Timbers Army Elders came up in post-match pub talk. These conversations usually began with, “We’re getting to old for this s**t” and after traditional chants such as, “Burn, destroy, wreck and kill! Aah!…My knees!”
Old Growth FC formed in Fall 2011 and began play in the Greater Portland Soccer District’s Spring 2012 season. The inaugural OGFC squad included original members of the first Timbers Army FC (now known as Cascade Rangers FC) and veterans of other GPSD sides, including Deacon Blue. OGFC players take to the turf in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and skill levels.
OGFC is a proud member of the TAFC initiative and is proudly sponsored by Bazi Bierbrasserie. Core to the OGFC mission is to be involved in the community. OGFC is fully engaged in 107ist-supported initiatives such as AC Portland, Operation Pitch Invasion, and TOPSoccer. In addition to these initiatives, OGFC and Bazi partner to support the mission of Girls, Inc. of Northwest Oregon. OGFC also assists the Bhutanese Soccer Team of Oregon, an emerging grassroots effort of Portland-area immigrant and refugees in their teens and 20s.
OGFC refers to the rest of TAFC as “our youth academy.”
FC Portlandia was formed out of TAFC in the late fall of 2008 and began practicing and playing together that winter. The first official season was in the winter of 2009, when FCP finished top of the table in GPSD Division 4 and moved up to Division 3. After two seasons in D-3, FCP took top honors and won the championship on a cold, blustery day in December of 2009. FCP currently plays in GPSD Division II.
In the Spring of 2010, FC Portlandia traveled to face a team representing Seattle’s Emerald City Supporters, which FCP won. This tradition continued when FCP traveled again to face ECS during the Cascadia Summit in March of 2011, this time losing 2-1.
FC Portlandia wears purple in honor of Clive Charles, whose history with the Timbers and University of Portland has made a more than significant impact on the soccer culture of Portland and the northwest. The FCP badge the features the trident from the famous Portlandia statue.
Angie Herrera, Lead Manager
Heidi Jo Grubbs, Lead Manager
Carrie O'Bosky, Assistant Manager
Old Saws Co-Ed Soccer
Bruce Harris, Lead Manager
Spring Co-Ed League - Thundercats FC & Sporting Thundercats:
RCF Adult - Thundercats United:
Dennis Stan, Lead Manager
FC Big Burrito
Harper Morgan-Werner, Lead Manager
Todd Struble, Lead Manager
Vision Zero Goals
Duncan Hwang, Lead Manager
Mike Bodine, Lead Manager