|USA NWSL Women||10/17 23:00||1|| Houston Dash Women v Portland Thorns Women ||W||0-1|
|USA NWSL Women||10/14 02:30||1|| Portland Thorns Women v Reign FC Women ||D||1-1|
|USA NWSL Women||10/10 21:00||1|| FC Kansas City Women v Portland Thorns Women ||D||0-0|
|USA NWSL Women||10/07 02:00||1|| Portland Thorns Women v Houston Dash Women ||L||2-3|
|USA NWSL Women||10/03 02:00||1||Portland Thorns Women v Reign FC Women||-||PPT.|
|USA NWSL Women||09/26 00:00||1|| Chicago Red Stars Women v Portland Thorns Women ||L||2-1|
|USA NWSL Women||09/12 19:00||1|| North Carolina Courage Women v Portland Thorns Women ||W||0-1|
|USA NWSL Women||09/05 02:30||1||Portland Thorns Women v Washington Spirit Women||W||3-0|
|USA NWSL Women||08/29 23:00||1|| Reign FC Women v Portland Thorns Women ||L||2-1|
|USA NWSL Women||08/26 02:30||1|| Portland Thorns Women v Gotham FC Women ||W||2-1|
|Womens Friendly||08/22 02:05||-||Portland Thorns Women v Lyon Women||W||1-0|
|Womens Friendly||08/19 03:10||-||Portland Thorns Women v Houston Dash Women||W||5-3|
|Failed to score||3||1||2|
The Portland Thorns FC is an American professional women's soccer team based in Portland, Oregon. Established in 2012, the team began play in 2013 in the then-eight-team National Women's Soccer League (NWSL), which receives support from the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA), and formerly the Mexican Football Federation (FMF). The Portland franchise is owned by Peregrine Sports LLC, which also owns the Portland Timbers. Alongside the Thorns, the Houston Dash and the Orlando Pride are other NWSL teams with Major League Soccer affiliations.
In its inaugural season, the Portland Thorns FC placed third during the regular season and, in the playoffs, won the first NWSL championship. The club won the NWSL Shield in 2016 and a second NWSL Championship in 2017. In 2020, they won the Community Shield with the best record in the pandemic-shortened regular season. In 2021, the Thorns won the NWSL Challenge Cup, the Women's International Champions Cup, and the NWSL Shield.
The Thorns have had the highest average attendance in the league in each of their first seven seasons, and set a league attendance record of 25,218 at an August 11, 2019 match against the North Carolina Courage.