CLIVE’S PUBLIC HOUSE – HISTORY
Named for Clive Charles, a local soccer legend, who joined the Portland Timbers in 1978 and went on to coach the University of Portland men’s and women’s soccer teams and the U.S. men’s Under-23 National Team. His career highlights included leading the US Men’s U23 National team to its best ever 4th place finish at the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. As Head Coach of both the Men’s and Women’s Portland Pilots, Charles’ collegiate teams collectively won 13 conference championships, lost only 44 games, and earned 20 NCAA playoff berths, including 7 Final Four appearances in a combined 31 seasons. In the history of collegiate soccer, Clive Charles is only the second coach to have two teams, in the same year, competing in the NCAA semifinals. On August 29, 2003, the Portland Timbers retired Clive’s #3 jersey – the first and only uniform ever to be retired in the nearly 80-year history of PGE Park now known as Providence Park.
FOOD & DRINK
We offer tasty pub fare in a low key, family friendly environment and have a great selection of local microbrews, cider, wine and coffee.
WATCH THE TIMBERS AT CLIVE’S
Clive’s Public House has 7 TVs for enjoying all televised Timbers and Thorns games as well as many other professional soccer matches. If you want to watch a particular sporting event, please ask our staff. We always work to accommodate your wishes.