Top row, from left: Christian Vander (goalkeeper coach), Danijel Zenkovic (assistant coach), Ilia Gruev, Oscar Schönfelder, Eren Dinkci, Josh Sargent, Ludwig Augustinsson, Niklas Moisander, Marco Friedl, Christian Groß, Jean-Manuel Mbom, Kevin Möhwald, Romano Schmid, Tim Borowski (assistant coach), Florian Kohfeldt (head coach, until 16.05.2021),
Bottom row, from left: Milot Rashica, Yuya Osako, Theodor Gebre Selassie, Ömer Toprak, Patrick Erras, Nick Woltemade, Eduardo dos Santos Haesler, Jiri Pavlenka, Michael Zetterer, Davie Selke, Niclas Füllkrug, Maximilian Eggestein, Milos Veljkovic, Felix Agu, Leonardo Bittencourt
For the first time in over a year, Werder were able to welcome back fans to the wohninvest WESERSTADION, just in time for the team’s opening 2. Bundesliga match and head coach Markus Anfang’s first home game. SV Werder and Hannover 96 played out an exciting 1-1 draw, with several chances for both teams. “It was an evenly-matched game. Hannover could have won it towards the end,” said Anfang....
SV Werder Bremen opened the 2. Bundesliga season with a point at home, following a 1-1 draw against Hannover 96. After a back and forth first half, captain Ömer Toprak headed the Green-Whites into the lead (49’). Minutes later, the visitors were able to equalise through Marvin Ducksch (55’).
SV Werder Bremen will be without Kevin Möhwald in their opening Bundesliga 2 game on Saturday night. The 28-year-old midfielder went into voluntary self-isolation on Friday afternoon following a positive COVID-19 case in his personal environment. Möhwald himself tested negative.
The wait is over! On Saturday (24/04/2021), SV Werder Bremen get their Bundesliga 2 season underway. In an evening kick-off at 20:30 CEST, the Green-Whites welcome Hannover 96 to the wohninvest WESERSTADION. For the first time in around ten months, fans will be allowed in the stadium, with approximately 14,000 supporters to be permitted inside the ground. “I hope that we can generate a good...
SV Werder have announced who will be between the sticks for the club’s season opener against Hannover on Saturday night. Barring any last minute changes, Michael Zetterer will start in goal. “It was a very close decision, but ‘Zetti’ narrowly came out on top after pre-season,” said Markus Anfang.