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Werder Bremen
Full nameSport-Verein Werder von 1899 e. V. Bremen
Founded4 February 1899
GroundWeserstadion, Bremen
Capacity42,354
ChairmanKlaus-Dieter Fischer
ManagerViktor Skripnik
LeagueBundesliga
2010/11Bundesliga, 13th

The Sport-Verein Werder von 1899 e. V. Bremen is a German football club playing in the city of Bremen. The club was founded in 1899 as FV Werder by a group of sixteen high school students. The students had won a football as prize in a tug of war competition. In 1920 the name was changed from FV to SV werder Bremen. In this year chess, baseball, cricket and track and field athletics became part of the club. But football was and still is the most important part of the club.[1]

The name "Werder" is a not very common regional word which means "River peninsula". The first play ground of Werder Bremen was beside the Weser river. Today they play in the Weserstadion.

The club's first team plays in the German Second Bundesliga. The second team of Werder Bremen is playing in Germanys 4th league. The women team is playing in the Second Bundesliga. Their colors are green and white (Grün und Weiß).

Current squad[change | change source]

As of 16 October 2021[2][3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Czech Republic Czech Republic Jiří Pavlenka
3 DF Germany Germany Anthony Jung
7 FW Germany Germany Marvin Ducksch
8 DF Germany Germany Mitchell Weiser (on loan from Bayer Leverkusen)
10 MF Germany Germany Leonardo Bittencourt
11 FW Germany Germany Niclas Füllkrug
13 DF Serbia Serbia Miloš Veljković
15 FW Ivory Coast Ivory Coast Roger Assalé (on loan from Dijon)
16 MF Germany Germany Oscar Schönfelder
17 FW Germany Germany Abdenego Nankishi
20 MF Austria Austria Romano Schmid
21 DF Turkey Turkey Ömer Toprak (captain)
22 MF Germany Germany Niklas Schmidt
No. Pos. Nation Player
23 MF Germany Germany Nicolai Rapp
25 DF South Korea South Korea Kyu-hyun Park
26 DF Germany Germany Lars Lukas Mai (on loan from Bayern Munich)
27 DF Germany Germany Felix Agu
28 MF Bulgaria Bulgaria Ilia Gruev
29 FW Germany Germany Nick Woltemade
30 GK Germany Germany Michael Zetterer
32 DF Austria Austria Marco Friedl
34 MF Germany Germany Jean-Manuel Mbom
36 DF Germany Germany Christian Groß
39 DF Italy Italy Fabio Chiarodia
40 GK Germany Germany Luca Plogmann
43 FW Germany Germany Eren Dinkçi

Coaching staff[change | change source]

Manager Thomas Schaaf, who has been managing Werder Bremen from 1999 to 2013.
Position Staff
First Team Coach (interim) Germany Wolfgang Rolff
Assistant First Team Coach Germany Matthias Hönerbach
Goalkeeper Trainer Germany Michael Kraft
Club Doctor Germany Dr. Götz Dimanski
Physio Germany Holger Berger
Assistant Physio Germany Florian Lauerer
Reserve Team Manager Germany Thomas Wolter[4]
Youth Team Manager Germany Uwe Harttgen

League position[change | change source]

Season League Position
2002/03 Bundesliga 6th
2003/04 Bundesliga Champions
2004/05 Bundesliga 3rd
2005/06 Bundesliga 2nd
2006/07 Bundesliga 3rd
2007/08 Bundesliga 2nd
2008/09 Bundesliga 10th
2009/10 Bundesliga 3rd
2010/11 Bundesliga 13th
2011/12 Bundesliga 9th
2012/13 Bundesliga 14th
2013/14 Bundesliga 12th
2014/15 Bundesliga 10th
2015/16 Bundesliga 13th
2016/17 Bundesliga 8th
2017/18 Bundesliga 11th
2018/19 Bundesliga 8th
2019/20 Bundesliga 16th
2020/21 Bundesliga 17th (relegated)
2021/22 2. Bundesliga 2nd (promoted)

Former position[change | change source]


Honours[change | change source]

Germany[change | change source]

  • German Bundesliga (4): 1965, 1988, 1993, 2004
  • German Cup (6): 1961, 1991, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009

International[change | change source]

  • Cup winner-Cup : 1992
  • UEFA-Cup-final: 2009

Manager history[change | change source]

  • Willi Multhaup 1963-1965
  • Günter Brocker 1965-04.09.1967
  • Fritz Langner 09.09.1967-1969
  • Fritz Rebell 1969-16.03.1970
  • Hans Tilkowski 17.03.1970-1970
  • Robert Gebhardt 1970-26.09.1971
  • Willi Multhaup 27.09.1971-24.10.1971
  • Josef Piontek 25.10.1971-07.05.1972
  • Fritz Langner 08.05.1972-1972
  • Josef Piontek 1972/1975
  • Herbert Burdenski 1975-28.02.1976
  • Otto Rehhagel 29.02.1976-1976
  • Hans Tilkowski 1976-22.12.1977
  • Fred Schulz 02.01.1978-1978
  • Wolfgang Weber 1978-29.01.1980
  • Fritz Langner 20.02.1980-1980
  • Kuno Klötzer 1980-1981
  • Otto Rehhagel 01.04.1981-1995
  • Aad de Mos 1995-09.01.96
  • Hans-Jürgen Dörner 14.01.96 - 20.08.97
  • Wolfgang Sidka 01.09.1997 - 22.10.1998
  • Felix Magath 22.10.1998 - 09.05.1999
  • Thomas Schaaf 10.05.1999 - 15.05.2013
  • Wolfgang Rolff 15.05.2013 -

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Notable players[change | change source]

Team records[change | change source]

  • Marco Bode 101 goals
  • Dieter Burdenski 444 matches in the German Bundesliga
  • Horst-Dieter Höttges 66 matches for the German football national team
  • Werder Bremen - DSC Arminia Bielefeld 8:1 (2007) Werder Bremen - Offenbacher Kickers 8:1 (1983) highest victory
  • Eintracht Frankfurt - Werder Bremen 9:2 (1981) highest score in lost match

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References[change | change source]

  1. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-09-24. Retrieved 2011-11-08.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. "Spieler". Werder.de (in German). Retrieved 16 October 2021.
  3. "New numbers". SV Werder Bremen. 17 July 2021. Retrieved 22 May 2022.
  4. "3. Liga / U 23 > Trainer". Werder.de. Retrieved 7 December 2010.[permanent dead link]
  5. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-04-07. Retrieved 2011-11-08.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  6. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-03-18. Retrieved 2011-11-08.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)