Providence Park is coming to a FIFA 21 match near you.
As part of Wednesday’s player ratings reveal, EA Sports in conjunction with the Portland Timbers announced that the MLS ground is being introduced to the ever-popular video game.
Check out the 360-degree look from the center circle, giving a sense of what it’s like when Timbers Army chants are raining down on you.
Providence Park becomes the sixth MLS ground in FIFA, with the following five already in the game:
- CenturyLink Field – Seattle Sounders
- BC Place – Vancouver Whitecaps FC
- Dignity Health Sports Park – LA Galaxy
- Mercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta United FC
- Red Bull Arena – New York Red Bulls
Providence Park, originally constructed in 1926 as a multi-use stadium, has been been the home of the Timbers since their original NASL days. It was reconfigured to be primarily a soccer stadium when the Timbers joined MLS in 2011, and underwent an additional renovation and expansion that was completed during the 2019 season. It is also home to the NWSL's Portland Thorns.