Werder News


    SV Werder Bremen and WIESENHOF have extended their partnership, meaning their logo will remain on the front of the Green-White shirt for the 2017/18 season.


    The picturesque Austrian town of Zillertal is again SV Werder Bremen's first destination of pre-season. The team will be there for a little over a week from the 5th to the 14th of July 2017, it will be the sixth time the Green-Whites have prepared for the coming season there.


    Max Kruse had to leave Tuesday’s training session early after receiving a knock to his ankle - he was treated indoors.


    Robert Bauer has experienced a mixed start to his new life in Bremen. Arriving off the back of a silver-medal win at the Olympic Games with Germany, his new team suffered four consecutive defeats at the start of the Bundesliga season. While he was in the starting XI for each of these losses, he also started as the Green-Whites claimed their first victory of the season against VfL Wolfsburg....


    +++ Caldirola making progress: Having suffered a broken fibula and ligament damage on matchday 2 against FC Augsburg, Luca Caldirola is making good progress, but after his operation and several weeks on the sidelines, an exact return date for the full back is still unknown. The Italian completed his first individual training session on Monday morning with physiotherapist Florian Lauerer. “It was...


    It was a result that didn’t really help either side, as SVW and HSV shared the spoils. This was the conclusion drawn by the Green-Whites after the 2-2 draw in the Nordderby. “We are disappointed. Obviously we have kept HSV at bay with this result, but it is so frustrating that we haven’t won here. We set our goal much higher than a point,” said Captain Clemens Fritz after the final whistle....


    Lamine Sané has fought his way back to team training after overcoming a knee injury. The defender is back just in time to take part in preparations for the Nordderby at the weekend, after suffering a slight tear to his LCL against Freiburg three weeks ago. The Senegal international was back in training for the first time this Wednesday.


    A good first half, a quick equaliser after the break and in the end, the fourth loss in a row for Werder. Conceding a last-minute winner cost Werder Bremen vital points. It’s especially difficult to take when the last-minute winning goal was scored by 18-year old Aymen Barbok on his debut. However, the Werder players know what they have to work on before the derby against Hamburg next weekend.