Werte für Werder schaffen: Joshua Sargent und Eren Dinkci gehören zu den Spielern, die Florian Kohfeldt in Bremen fördert. (nordphoto. Es ist geschafft: Der SV Werder bleibt dank eines () im Rückspiel der Relegation beim 1. FC Heidenheim und der Auswärtstorregel in. Werder Bremen will mit aller Macht in der Bundesliga bleiben. Doch auch ein Klassenerhalt hätte schmerzhafte finanzielle Folgen. Gegen Heidenheim.
Der Klassenerhalt ist das neue EuropaBremen bleibt Bundesligist. Werder reichte im Relegationsrückspiel beim 1. FC Heidenheim ein , um den Klassenerhalt zu schaffen. In der. Werder Bremen will mit aller Macht in der Bundesliga bleiben. Doch auch ein Klassenerhalt hätte schmerzhafte finanzielle Folgen. Gegen Heidenheim. Eine erfolgreiche Relegation kann auch ein Wendepunkt sein – bei Werder Bremen aber könnte das schwierig werden. Eine Analyse.
Werder Bremen Klassenerhalt Menú de navegación VideoWerder Bremen - Saisonrückblick - 2015/2016 Founded Address Franz-Böhmert-Straße 1c Bremen Country Germany Phone +49 () Fax +49 () E-mail [email protected] Werder fall to defeat in first game of It was a less-than-ideal start to the New Year for Werder Bremen as they fell to a convincing loss at home to 1. FC Union Berlin. Sheraldo Becker’s low drive opened the scoring for the Berlin side (12’) as head coach Florian Kohfeldt’s team struggled to get a hold of the game. Party im Steintor Equipment Kamera: Panasonic GH5 wccc-2020.com Objektiv: Panasonic H-ESE Leica DG wccc-2020.com Objektiv: Sigma Werder Bremen have a long-standing rivalry with fellow northern German club Hamburger SV, known as the Nordderby (English: North derby).   It goes beyond football, as there is also a historic rivalry between the cities of Hamburg and Bremen, dating back to the Middle Ages. . Klassenerhalt mit Mühe und Not geschafft. Ein anstrengendes Werder-Jahr geht zu Ende. BILD zieht Bilanz, nennt die Tops und Flops der oft enttäuschenden Bundesliga-Truppe.
Werder führt! Heidenheims Norman Theuerkauf mit dem Eigentor. Idealer Start für den SVW! Diesmal läuft die Kombination Augustinsson und Osako über rechts, Klaassen kommt am langen Pfosten aus kürzester Distanz zum Kopfball, doch Heidenheims Torwart Kevin Müller kann abwehren.
Osako macht einen langen Ball fest und legt auf Sargent ab, dessen Schuss Müller aber festhält. Den Schuss vom eingewechselten Stefan Schimmer lenkt Werders Torwart zur Ecke.
Am Ende braucht Osako einen Tick zu lange, um seinen Schuss abzufeuern, so kann ihn der Ex-Bremer Marnon Busch blocken.
Sargent mit einem starkem Solo, allein die Krönung fehlt. Heidenheims Müller verhindert das Ein Schuss von Tobias Mohr klatscht an den linken Pfosten, Tim Kleindienst verwandelt den Abpraller.
Fin Bartels setzt sich stark durch und hat frei vor Müller das Auge für den mitgelaufenen Augustinsson, der den Ball in die Maschen haut! Das muss es doch gewesen sein!
Min: Heidenheim kommt durch Kleindienst vom Elfmeterpunkt nochmal zum Ausgleich. Egal, direkt danach ist Schluss. Es ist geschafft! Werder bleibt durch die Auswärtstorregel in der 1.
Fazit: Werder Bremen spielt auch in der kommenden Saison in der 1. Manchester United. Johannes Eggestein. David Philipp.
Nick Woltemade. Michael Zetterer. SpVgg Unterhaching. PEC Zwolle. Jan-Niklas Beste. SSV Jahn Ratisbona. Benjamin Goller. Karlsruher SC.
Felix Beijmo. Greuther Fürth. Malmö FF. Luca Plogmann. SV Meppen. Entrenador es Florian Kohfeldt Leyenda Pos.
Ömer Toprak. Tahith Chong. FC Emmen. Martin Harnik. Fin Bartels. Holstein Kiel. Claudio Pizarro. Jann Ratisbona. Benjamin Golller.
Kevin Vogt. Michael Lang. Borussia Mönchengladbach. Dieter Burdenski. Karl-Heinz Kamp. Horst Dieter Hottges. Miroslav Votava. Jonny Otten. Oliver Reck.
Torsten Frings. Werner Görts. Frank Neubarth. Rudi Völler. Arnold Schütz. Norbert Meier. Thomas Schaaf. Robin Dutt. Bayer 04 Leverkusen. Viktor Skrypnyk.
Alexander Nouri. The club's first match was played on 10 September against ASC Bremen , winning 1—0. In , the team was represented at the founding of the German Football Association DFB at Leipzig.
They then enjoyed some early success, winning a number of local championships. In , all three Werder teams won their local league competitions.
In these years, FV participated in qualification rounds for the national championships held by the Norddeutscher Fussball Verband NFV , one of the seven major regional leagues after the turn of the century, but were unable to advance.
Due to the club's early popularity, Werder became the first club in Bremen to charge spectators a fee to attend their games and to fence in their playing field.
Steady growth after the First World War led the club to adopt other sports athletics , baseball , chess , cricket , and tennis.
The team made regular appearances in year-end NFV play-offs through the s and on into the early s, but did not enjoy any success. In the mids, striker Matthias Heidemann became the club's first international.
In , German football was re-organized by the Nazi 's into 16 first tier divisions known as Gauligen , as Werder became part of Gauliga Niedersachsen.
The team scored their first real successes, capturing division titles in , , and , and participated for the first time in the national play-offs.
The shape of the Gauligen changed through the course of the Second World War, and in , the Gauliga Niedersachsen was split into two divisions.
In —45, German football was suspended after only two matches. Like other organizations throughout Germany, the club was disbanded on the order of the occupying Allied authorities after the war.
The team played in the Stadtliga Bremen, and after winning the competition, participated in the northern German championship, advancing to the quarter-finals.
They were able to reclaim the name SV Werder on 25 March before taking part in the play-offs. In these years, professionals were not permitted to play in Germany, so it was normal for football players to take on other jobs, often with the club's local patron.
In the case of Werder, a number of the players worked at the nearby Brinkmann tobacco factory, and so the side took on the nickname Texas 11 after one of the company's popular cigarette brands.
Between the end of the Second World War and the formation of the Bundesliga in , the club continued to perform, being recognized as one of the top two teams in northern Germany, along with Hamburger SV.
In —61 , Werder managed to win their first DFB-Pokal , defeating 1. FC Kaiserslautern. The team consisted of future international Sepp Piontek , former international Willi Schröder , and Arnold Schütz , among others.
FC Köln. In April , in an away match at Borussia Mönchengladbach , Bundesliga history was created. In the 88th minute, Gladbach striker Herbert Laumen fell in Werder's goal, after a collision with Bremen goalkeeper Günter Bernard.
The right goalpost subsequently broke, bringing the whole goal down, and could not be repaired nor replaced. The referee stopped the game at the score of 1—1, and the DFB later awarded the match to Werder with a score of 2—0.
As a consequence, the wooden goals were replaced by aluminium ones. In —80 , the club was relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time, after a 17th-place finish.
The team won the —81 2. Bundesliga Nord title and were promoted back to the Bundesliga. Manager Otto Rehhagel was appointed in April , and under his guidance, Werder recovered themselves, as Rehhagel subsequently led the side to a string of successes.
In and , the team lost the title both times on goal difference. In , Werder hosted Bayern Munich in the penultimate match of the season; Bremen needed a win to secure their second Bundesliga title.
In the 88th minute, with the score of 0—0, they were awarded a penalty kick , which Michael Kutzop took. He missed, as he hit the right goalpost; the game ended 0—0.
Bayern won their last match, but Werder lost 1—2 to VfB Stuttgart , and Bayern took the title. Werder reached the DFB-Pokal final in and , and were victorious in This was followed by winning the European Cup Winners' Cup in —92 , beating AS Monaco 2—0 in the final.
Werder became the first German club to reach the group stage in the newly re-branded UEFA Champions League in — In this period, Werder had numerous internationals, including Mario Basler , Marco Bode , Andreas Herzog , Karl-Heinz Riedle , Wynton Rufer , and Rudi Völler among others.
Bremen finished runners-up in the —95 Bundesliga. At the end of the season, Rehhagel left the club for Bayern Munich, after a then-national record year stint at the club.
In May , former Werder defender and youth coach Thomas Schaaf took over. He kept the team in the Bundesliga, and won the DFB-Pokal only weeks later, defeating Bayern on penalties.
Werder's league performance stabilized in the following seasons, as they regularly finished in the upper half of the table.
In —04 , they won the double for the first time, winning both the Bundesliga and the DFB-Pokal, as Bremen became the third club in Bundesliga history to achieve this feat.
In the last match of the —06 Bundesliga season, Werder won 2—1 at arch-rivals Hamburger SV to qualify for the Champions League as runners-up, instead of Hamburg.
Nevertheless, the club reached the UEFA Cup final , as well as the DFB-Pokal final. Werder lost the UEFA Cup final against Ukrainian team Shakhtar Donetsk ; 1—2 after extra time.
In the DFB-Pokal final, Bremen fared better, as they defeated Bayer Leverkusen by a scoreline of 1—0. In April and May , Werder had played Hamburg four times in 19 days; once in the Bundesliga, in the semi-final of the DFB-Pokal, and twice in the semi-final of the UEFA Cup.
Bremen defeated Hamburg 2—0 in the Bundesliga, and eliminated them from the DFB-Pokal and the UEFA Cup. During the s and early s, Werder had numerous players who were sold for large transfer fees, including Diego , Torsten Frings , Miroslav Klose , Mesut Özil , and Claudio Pizarro among others.
In October , Bremen's Pizarro became the then-record holder of highest foreign goal-scorer in Bundesliga history.
FC Köln 6—1 on the last matchday to finish 16th, as rivals Fortuna Düsseldorf lost their match; however, Bremen had to play the promotion-relegation play-offs against 1.
FC Heidenheim to avoid relegation. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Werder have had 24 different managers since the beginning of the Bundesliga era in Otto Rehhagel served the longest term, being in office for fourteen years.
Hans Tilkowski , Willi Multhaup , Rudi Assauer , and Otto Rehhagel served two terms each, while Fritz Langner served three.
Werder Bremen have used several different crests during their history. Their first crest was created in ; a monogram , which spelled "FVW", as the club was then known as "FV Werder Bremen".
It was modified in , as the inscriptions were placed diagonally, and the badge's colours became black with a green stripe that crossed it, along with a change in the crest's outline.
In , a green-coloured with a white outline , oval-shaped crest with a large white-coloured "W" was created. The oval shape was changed into a diamond shape in , to create the club's current crest, save for a spell in the early s when the coat of arms of Bremen was used.
Werder have played their home games at the same location since In , the stadium was renovated; a new grandstand with dressing rooms and a restaurant were constructed, costing 1,, RM.
At the time, the venue was known as the "ATSB-Kampfbahn", and was also used for political mass gatherings. In , it was called the " Weserstadion " for the first time.
Five years later, the stadium was known as the "Bremer Kampfbahn", and in the following years it was mostly used by the Nazi Party , as sporting activities were rarely practiced.
In the first years after the Second World War, only American sports like baseball and American football were practiced at the venue now known as the "IKE-Stadium".
In , the stadium was reopened as a shared sports venue and took its former name "Weserstadion". Following Werder's first Bundesliga title in , the corner stands were expanded with a second tier, enlarging the capacity in the process.
In , Bremen became the first German club to install skyboxes in their stadium. Six years later, in , under-soil heating was implemented.
In , the cinder track was removed, thereby expanding the capacity. From to , the venue was completely rebuilt. Both ends east and west were torn down and rebuilt parallel to the endline of the pitch, removing what was left of the old athletics track.