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Portland – Vancouver





Portland is a city of timeless destinations from historic boats to many sports complex including the newly built Adidas Portland Timbers facility. The training center includes a new natural-grass field to be used by the Timbers and a synthetic soccerfield turf field designated for public use and the Diaspora World Cup.Many soccer fields are located within a haven of tranquility with epic views of many gateways in the heart of Beaverton which is considered by local as the focus point for many of the Immigrant Diaspora.



As commonly defined the New Diaspora is a revival or a build upon the standard meaning of diaspora in the sense that it is focused on the cultural, economic, political, and social causes driving it, as well as analyzing the self-consciousness developed by the social group including many of the Diaspora World Cup.The love of soccer is not something new in Portland and the local team Portland Timbers is represented in the MLS with International players such as England defender Liam Ridgewell and Argentinian striker Lucas Melano.

The Destination
Beaverton is located seven miles west of downtown Portland in the Tualatin River Valley. In 2010, it was named by money magazine as one of the 100 best places to live, among smaller cities in the United States. Along with Hillsboro, Beaverton is one of the economic centers for Washington County, home to numerous corporations in a variety of industries including the Portland Timbers of the Major Soccer League.



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