It’s no great surprise that Niklas Moisander is a creature of habit. The Finn goes about his tasks with a sense of stoic calmness. Whether in central defence or in front of the cameras, he cuts a relaxed, experienced and well-drilled figure. During his press conference ahead of the season opener against Worms (Saturday, 15:15 CEST), Moisander emphasised that experimenting is not his style,...
Florian Kohfeldt will have no new headaches over selection given the lack of recent injuries to report. Aside from Kevin Möhwald and Martin Harnik, who have been confirmed as unavailable for a while, all the Green-Whites will be fit to play.
Ludwig Augustinsson is only 24 years old, but he’s well-acquainted with the feeling that winning a trophy brings. In 2013, he won the Swedish cup with Göteborg. In the following years, he celebrated two title wins and three cup wins with FC Copenhagen and won the European Championship with Sweden Under-21s. These wins are obviously something that he’d like to repeat with Werder Bremen. Ahead of...
SV Werder Bremen will play a friendly during the international break next month. The Green-Whites will face 3. Liga side SV Meppen on Saturday 8th September, with the game kicking off at 15:00 CEST at the pk-Sportpark in Cloppenburg.
Ludwig Augustinsson is focused. The Sweden international has an exciting season ahead of him. As of 2018/19, our left-back will be taking on a new role at the club: "I would like to be an important player and take on more responsibility, both on and off the pitch," he made clear. Ludwig is approaching the new season with determination and ambition, just like the Werder fans are used to.
SV Werder Bremen will be without Martin Harnik for the first round of the DFB-Pokal this Saturday. The striker picked up a thigh strain in the friendly against Villarreal last weekend. “A scan revealed that we’re dealing with a muscle strain. Martin definitely won’t play against Worms. There’s a chance that he’ll be fit for the game against Hannover 96, but it’ll be touch and go,” said Werder head...
This message ought to please all the fans: Jiří Pavlenka is here to stay! The 26-year-old goalkeeper, who ranked as one of the Bundesliga’s best goalkeepers last season thanks to his solid performances, and who was named Player of the Season at today’s fan festival, has extended his contract at the club.
Werder Bremen were beaten 3-2 by Villarreal in their final friendly before the season begins with the DFB-Pokal next weekend. Max Kruse gave Werder a first-half lead in front of 24,781 fans on Fan Day at the Weserstadion, but Villarreal turned things around after the break. Two goals from Karl Toko Ekambi put Villarreal in front, before Yuya Osako’s header leveled things up again. The goal was set...
It’s time to apply our finishing touches to the team. The tough test against Villarreal CF is not the first encounter in our long history, but is our last game before the season begins. The match will be played this coming Saturday (14:30 CEST) at the Weser-Stadion in a very special atmosphere, as it is also the annual fan day.
Werder will have to do without Stefanos Kapino for several months after he picked up a tendon injury at the start of the training camp. “Unfortunately, following a MRI scan, the injury is more serious than originally thought. Kapi will be out for around 3 months before he can return to training” announced Werder’s Head Coach Florian Kohfeldt.
Given the high temperatures over the past few days, it’s no wonder that Marco Friedl was asked whether the team would be getting any time off because of the weather. “No,” he replied, laughing. “It’s pre-season so that won’t happen. Of course it’d be better if it was cooler, but we’ll power through.”
In addition to naming Max Kruse the new Werder captain, head coach Florian Kohfeldt has also decided on his senior players committee. Niklas Moisander, Philipp Bargfrede, Sebastian Langkamp, Maximilian Eggestein, Martin Harnik, Davy Klaassen and newly-appointed captain Max Kruse make up the team.
58 games, 23 goals and 17 assists for Werder. Max Kruse. As a key player and leader, he is of vital importance to head coach Florian Kohfeldt. For the coming season, he now has another role to play: captain. Speaking to WERDER.DE, the 30-year-old discusses his appointment, his leadership style and what he expects of the team.
Werder head coach Florian Kohfeldt has announced that Max Kruse will wear the captain’s armband for the 2018/2019 season. The 30-year-old takes over from Zlatko Junuzovic, who left the Green-Whites for Salzburg this summer.
Whether it be playing in a friendly in Lohne or on the training field in Grassau, everywhere he hears the chanting of his name. Claudio Pizarro is as closely tied to Werder as green and white are to the club crest. The fans certainly aren’t holding back their love for him since his return.
Topping their group and reaching the Quarter Finals, Ludwig Augustinsson and Sweden had a great tournament. Augustinsson, who has recently extended his contract with SVW, scored his first goal for his country in their 3-0 win against Mexico. After returning from the World Cup, Ludde found time for a chat with us.
One year after arriving at the Weser, he’s feeling right at home. Ludwig Augustinsson, after his first Bundesliga season with SV Werder and a strong World Cup with Sweden, has extended his contract with the Green-Whites. Just days after returning to Bremen, the full back has made a strong statement about his future. “The upcoming season will be difficult for sure, but I think we have a good team....
Swedish international and World Cup participant Ludwig Augustinsson has signed an early contract extension with SV Werder Bremen.
Everything around the Weser-Stadion has become somewhat quieter in the past few days. While some of the Werder boys have been enjoying a quiet few days, World Cup participants Ludwig Augustinsson and Yuya Osako as well as new signing Davy Klaassen have been training on the Osterdeich. That all changed on Saturday morning as the Green-Whites made their way south for the second training camp of...
Werder youngster Idrissa Touré is moving south. The 20-year-old transfers on loan to Italian record champions Juventus until the end of season, who will have the option to buy the central midfielder next summer.