Werder Bremen

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Werder Bremen is a German soccer team playing in the Bundesliga. The club was founded in 1898 by some high school athletes who won a soccer ball in a competition. Having fallen in love with the game, they systematically formed the club we know today as Bremen.[1] The club is currently managed by Thomas Schaaf and is sponsored by Citibank.[2]

Roster

Goalkeepers

  • 1 Tim Wiese
  • 21 Sebastian Mielitz
  • 33 Christian Vander
  • 40 Nico-Stéphàno Pellatz

Defenders

  • 2 Sebastian Boenisch
  • 3 Petri Pasanen
  • 4 Naldo
  • 5 Dusko Tosic
  • 8 Clemens Fritz
  • 15 Sebastian Prödl
  • 27 Niklas Andersen
  • 29 Per Mertesacker

Midfielders

  • 6 Frank Baumann
  • 7 Jurica Vranjes
  • 10 Diego
  • 11 Mesut Özil
  • 16 Alexandros Tziolis
  • 20 Daniel Jensen
  • 22 Torsten Frings
  • 25 Peter Niemeyer
  • 31 Kevin Artmann
  • 32 José-Alex Ikeng
  • 36 Max Kruse

Strikers

  • 9 Markus Rosenburg
  • 14 Aaron Hunt
  • 23 Hugo Almeida
  • 24 Claudio Pizarro
  • 34 Martin Harnik

References

  1. http://www.werder.de/english/club/chronicle.php
  2. http://www.werder.de/english/team/trainer.php