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)
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Romano Schmid is back in Bremen: a return that will feel like a new start. The Austrian attacker was signed from RB Salzburg and spent just one month at SV Werder at the start of last year before moving to Wolfsberger AC on loan. The 20-year-old describes this as a “correct and important” step, allowing him to mature and readying him to play in green and white.
SV Werder Bremen and Sparkasse Bremen will continue their successful partnership from the past few years. Both parties agreed to extend the contract until 2024, meaning that Sparkasse Bremen will remain the club’s financial services provider.
SV Werder Bremen will begin the 2020/21 Bundesliga season at home against Hertha BSC. The Green-Whites will host the capital city club at the wohninvest WESERSTADION on the weekend of 18th-21st September. The Deutsche Fußball-Liga (DFL) announced the fixture list for the upcoming season on Friday afternoon.
“My first impression has been very, very good,” said Patrick Erras at his official unveiling on Wednesday afternoon at the wohninvest WESERSTADION, where he spoke about his first three days as a Werder Bremen player. Although he is yet to complete a first-team session out on the training pitch, the 25 year-old signing already feels “really well integrated into the team.”
SV Werder Bremen have parted ways with both Philipp Bargfrede and Sebastian Langkamp. Both players’ contracts expired at the end of the season and were not renewed. Werder’s sporting director Frank Baumann informed the players of the decision.