In the last match before the summer break, holidays and the World Cup, the Green-Whites put on their boots one final time to close the season against a team made up of players from SV Ahlerstedt/Otterndorf and Heeslinger SC. A quick start set Werder up for the rest of the game, as Florian Kohfeldt’s men ran out comfortable 9-3 winners.
SV Werder Bremen are pleased to announce the signing of Yuya Osako from 1. FC Köln. The Japan international joins Werder this summer, following Kevin Möhwald as the club’s summer recruit. Osako joins the Green-Whites for an undisclosed fee.
Leon Guwara parts ways with SV Werder Bremen this summer. The 21-year-old, currently on loan at FC Kaiserslautern, will not be returning to the Green-Whites’ squad. Instead, he moves on to FC Utrecht.
As expected, Ludwig Augustinsson and Thomas Delaney should have high hopes of playing a part in the 2018 World Cup. Werder’s Scandinavian duo both have places in their national teams’ preliminary squads for the tournament in Russia.
Straight after the final matchday of the season, Werder’s preparations for the 2018/19 season have begun. Werder’s sporting director Frank Baumann announced the signing of Kevin Möhwald from 1. FC Nürnberg. The exact details of the transfer have not been disclosed.
+++ Where to go: In the second-half of the campaign the Green-Whites have seen better and better performances and have deservedly landed in a safe mid-table position in the Bundesliga. “For that we need a certain mentality and the absolute will to win” says head coach Florian Kohfeldt, who is trying to ingrain this philosophy in the roots of the club. “We want to play attacking football” continues...
Just one more time for the 2017/18 season! SV Werder Bremen take on Mainz 05 on matchday 34 of the Bundesliga. The Green-Whites already secured their status in Germany’s top flight two weeks ago. The Zerofivers also made sure they are safe from the drop last week thanks to a 2-1 away victory at Borussia Dortmund. Both teams can therefore play without any pressure when things get underway this...
SV Werder will have to do without centre-back Miloš Veljković in the upcoming Bundesliga finale away in Mainz, head coach Florian Kohfeldt announced on Thursday afternoon. “Miloš took a knock to the ankle,” said the Werder coach, who will likely to be able to call upon Niklas Moisander, however.