SV Werder Bremen

Sportverein Werder Bremen von 1899 e. V. (German pronunciation: [ɛs faʊ̯ ˌvɛʁdɐ ˈbʁeːmən]), foreby kent as Werder Bremen, Werder, or simply Bremen, is a professional German sports club based in Bremen. Foondit on 4 Februar 1899, Werder is best kent for thair association fitba team, that compete in the Bundesliga syne 2022, efter promuivin fae the 2. Bundesliga. Bremen is tied wi Bayern Munich fur the record o maist saisons in the Bundesliga an is third in the aw-time Bundesliga table ahint Bayern an Borussia Dortmund.[4]

Werder Bremen[1]
Full nameSportverein Werder Bremen
von 1899 e. V.
Nickname(s)Die Werderaner (The River Islanders)[2]
Die Grün-Weißen (The Green-Whites)[1]
Foondit4 Februar 1899; 124 years ago (1899-02-04)[1]
GroundWeserstadion[1]
Ground Capacity42,100[3]
PresidentHubertus Hess-Grunewald
Heid CoachOle Werner
LeagueBundesliga
2022–23Bundesliga, 13t o 18
WabsteidClub wabsteid
Current saison

Werder hae bin German champions fower time, hae won the DFB-Pokal sax time, the DFL-Ligapokal ance, the DFL-Supercup three time, an the European Cup Winners' Cup ance. The team's first major trophy wis the 1960–61 DFB-Pokal; they last won the cup in 2008–09. Bremen's foremaist German championship cam in 1964–65, an thair newest in 2003–04, whan they won the double. In European fitba, Werder won the 1991–92 European Cup Winners' Cup, and wur rinners-up in the 2008–09 UEFA Cup.

Bremen hae played at the Weserstadion syne 1909. The club haes a rivalry wi fellow northern German club Hamburger SV, kent as the Nordderby (Scots: "North derby"). In April 2022, Werder haed ower 40,000 memmers.[5]

History eedit

1899–1970 eedit

 
Original squad o Werder Bremen in 1899.

Oan 4 Februar 1899, FV Werder Bremen wis foondit bi a group o 16-year-old students that won a fitba in a tug o war tournament.[6] The name "Werder" is the German wird for "river peninsula", acause o the riverside field on that the team played thair first matches. On 10 September 1899, Werder won thair first match 1–0, versus ASC 1898 Bremen. In 1900, the club wis ane o the foonding memmers o the German Fitbaw Association (DFB). Werder won seeveral local championships. In 1903, aw three o thair teams won thair local leagues. For the club's popularity, they wur the first side in the city tae chairge entry fees fur hame matches.[7]

Efter the Warld War I, the club adoptit ither sports, siclik athletics, basebaw, chess, cricket, an tennis.[8] On 19 Januar 1920, the club wis renamed Sportverein Werder Bremen. It wis the first club in Bremen tae hire a professional coach, Hungarian Ferenc Kónya, in 1922. Werder made raiglar appearances in the play-affs o the Northren German fitba championship in the 1920s an 1930s but didnae win ony titles. Forrit Matthias Heidemann wis the club's first internaitional in the 1930s.

Players eedit

Current squad eedit

As o 2 Januar 2022 [9][10]

Note: Banners indicate naitional team as defined unner FIFA eligibility rules. Players mey haud mair nor ane non-FIFA naitionality.

No. Poseetion Player
1   GK Jiří Pavlenka
3   DF Anthony Jung
4   DF Niklas Stark
5   DF Amos Pieper
6   MF Jens Stage
7   FW Marvin Ducksch
8   DF Mitchell Weiser
9   FW Oliver Burke
10   MF Leonardo Bittencourt
11   FW Niclas Füllkrug
13   DF Miloš Veljković
19   MF Dikeni Salifou
20   MF Romano Schmid
No. Poseetion Player
21   FW Eren Dinkçi
22   MF Niklas Schmidt
26   DF Lee Buchanan
27   DF Felix Agu
28   MF Ilia Gruev
30   GK Michael Zetterer
32   DF Marco Friedl (captain)
34   MF Jean-Manuel Mbom
36   DF Christian Groß
37   GK Mio Backhaus
38   GK Dudu Haesler
39   DF Fabio Chiarodia
40   GK Louis Lord

Oot oan loan eedit

Note: Banners indicate naitional team as defined unner FIFA eligibility rules. Players mey haud mair nor ane non-FIFA naitionality.

No. Poseetion Player
  DF Park Kyu-hyun (to Dynamo Dresden until 30 June 2023)
  DF Dominik Becker (to 1. FC Saarbrücken until 30 June 2023)
  MF Oscar Schönfelder (to Jahn Regensburg until 30 June 2023)
  MF Yannik Engelhardt (to SC Freiburg II until 30 June 2023)
No. Poseetion Player
  MF Nicolai Rapp (to 1. FC Kaiserslautern until 30 June 2023)
  FW Nick Woltemade (to SV Elversberg until 30 June 2023)
  FW Justin Njinmah (to Borussia Dortmund II until 30 June 2023)
  FW Abdenego Nankishi (to Heracles Almelo until 30 June 2023)

Honours eedit

Werder's honours include the follaein:[4][8][11]

Domestic eedit

Bundesliga[12]

2. Bundesliga

DFB-Pokal[13]

DFL-Ligapokal[14]

DFL-Supercup[14]

DFB-Hallenpokal[15]

  • Winners: 1989
  • Runners-up: 1991, 2001

Regional eedit

Gauliga Niedersachsen[16]

  • Winners: 1933–34, 1935–36, 1936–37, 1941–42
  • Runners-up: 1934–35

International eedit

European Cup Winners' Cup

UEFA Cup

European Super Cup[5]

UEFA Intertoto Cup

Kirin Cup[17]

  • Winners: 1982, 1986

Double eedit

References eedit

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  14. a b Arnhold, Matthias; Di Maggio, Roberto; Stokkermans, Karel; Werner, Andreas; Winkler, Pierre (3 October 2019). "(West) Germany – List of Super/League Cup Finals". RSSSF. Archived frae the original on 3 August 2022. Retrieved 16 Mey 2020.
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  17. Cruz, Santiago (12 Juin 2009). "Kirin Cup". RSSSF. Archived frae the original on 25 September 2022. Retrieved 16 Mey 2020.