Biography

Name
Ludwig Augustinsson
Position
Defense
Birth date
21.04.1994
Birth place
Stockholm
Nationality
Sweden
Height
181cm
Weight
76kg
Family status
single

Career

Join date
01.07.2017
Previous Clubs
IF Brommapojkarna, IFK Göteborg, FC Kopenhagen
Jersey number
5
Achievements
U 21-European champion 2015, Danish champion 2016 und 2017, Danish cup winner 2015, 2016 und 2017, Swedish cup winner 2013

Missions overall

Danish Liga
70
Swedish Liga
29
Europa League
4
Europa League Qualitfication
9
Champions League
6
Champions League Qualification
6
A-International
20
Bundesliga
29
DFB-Cup
4

Goals overall

Danish Liga
3
Swedish Liga
1
A-International
1

Missions

Bundesliga
29
DFB-Cup
4

Goals

Bundesliga
1
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Crucial games for Werder internationals

For the third time already this season, an international break will put Bundesliga football on hold for a weekend. For head coach Florian Kohfeldt, the break has not exactly come at a bad time. A total of 13 Werder players took off for international duty after the game against Gladbach. Aside from a number of scheduled friendlies, many of Werder’s internationals will be fighting for some...

11.11.2018 // 10:06 // first team

Augustinsson: "We will carry on improving"

The most important facts from the last few months have shown that Werder have found a real stability, especially at home. Kohfeldt’s team are now unbeaten for almost a year in the Weser-Stadion. Ludwig Augustinsson has talked about a “great feeling around the squad at the moment”, with the potential for a lot more to come.

26.10.2018 // 16:38 // first team

Osako and Sargent score

SV Werder currently have scored 13 goals this season, the fifth most in the league. Werder also have the most players who have scored, with the number being nine. The trend follows on the international stage. The Werder players showed how dangerous they were in attack for their respective countries with Yuya Osako, Josh Sargent and Jan-Niklas Beste all scoring for their teams.

17.10.2018 // 08:01 // first team

The importance of self-criticism

You could see the disappointment in the faces of the Werder players when Virgil Misidjan equalised to snatch a point for Nürnberg last weekend. Four days on, the club’s hierarchy spoke of self-criticism.

20.09.2018 // 14:47 // first team

Special win for Rashica

A day that Milot Rashica and the whole Kosovan team won’t be forgetting in a long time. On Monday evening, Kosovo, who have only been recognised in international football since 2016, recorded their first even win after eleven competitive games. Rashica & Co. beat the Faroe Islands 2-0 in the UEFA Nations League. The SV Werder winger made the starting XI, playing 79 minutes and setting up the...

11.09.2018 // 11:16 // first team