Top row, from left: Christian Vander (goalkeeper coach), Tim Borowski (assistant coach), Thomas Horsch (assistant coach), Sebastian Langkamp, Niclas Füllkrug, Marco Friedl, Martin Harnik, Claudio Pizarro, Felix Beijmo, Mario Baric (head analyst), Boban Aleric (kit man), Claas Bente (physiotherapist), Adis Lovic (physiotherapist)
Middle row, from left: Florian Kohfeldt (head coach), Ilia Gruev (assistant coach), Günther Stoxreiter (strength and conditioning coach), Ludwig Augustinsson, Theodor Gebre Selassie, Yuya Osako, Josh Sargent, Kevin Möhwald, Niklas Moisander, Milos Veljkovic, Florian Lauerer (physiotherapist), Uwe Schellhammer (head physiotherapist), Holger Berger (physiotherapist), Dr. Benjamin Schnee (team doctor)
Bottom row, from left: Fin Bartels, Milot Rashica, Davy Klaassen, Benjamin Goller, Johannes Eggestein, Stefanos Kapino, Jiri Pavlenka, Luca Plogmann, Ilia Gruev, David Lennard Philipp, Philipp Bargfrede, Nuri Sahin, Simon Straudi
Not pictured: Maximilian Eggestein, Prof. Dr. Andreas Marlovits (sports psychologist)
SV Werder Bremen’s home game against Arminia Bielefeld will take place behind closed doors. The local government made the decision on Thursday as a result of the recent coronavirus developments in Bremen – the seven-day infection rate was higher than the limit of 35 cases per 100,000 inhabitants on Thursday.
With the first victory of the season under their belts, the Werder team are working hard ahead of the third fixture of the season this weekend. Following the trip to Gelsenkirchen, the Green-Whites welcome DSC Arminia Bielefeld to the wohninvest WESERSTADION on Saturday (15:30 CEST). Werder midfielder Maxi Eggestein discussed the upcoming fixture and the win against Schalke in a midweek press...
“Wins always boost self-confidence,” says Clemens Fritz. “And the more times you win, the more confidence you get,” explains the head of scouting and professional football at SV Werder. That's exactly what the Green-Whites are hoping for this season. SVW took a good first step with the 3-1 victory over Schalke at the weekend, but with the home game against newly promoted Arminia Bielefeld on...
When referee Markus Schmidt got the game underway on Saturday evening in the VELTINS-Arena, Jean-Manuel Mbom celebrated his Bundesliga debut for SV Werder Bremen. “I can’t put it into words, it’s an unbelievable feeling. I never dreamt this would happen,” says the 20-year-old in interview with WERDER.TV. His special day was made all the better with a 3-1 victory over Schalke (match report).
SV Werder Bremen took all three points back up north after a 3-1 win over FC Schalke on Saturday. Head coach Florian Kohfeldt felt it was a "deserved win" and a "good performance for large parts". Left-back Ludwig Augustinsson, who assisted all three of Niclas Füllkrug's goals, praised the side's attitude.