Bremen Related Content
FC Bayern München vs Werder Bremen comes to you live online and on TV on Saturday, October 18, 2014. Don’t miss this clash between the modest away side and the classy home side.
The International Break gave some Bayern stars a chance to recuperate. However, it also brought bad news. Thiago Alcantara for example suffered substantial damage to his body once again upon his return to training. Thiago's Bayern career has so far been riddled with injuries. This injury sees him ruled out for the toughest run-ins of the season. Bastian Schweinsteiger is recovering... Read the rest of the article »
Wiese, whose last contract expired in 2013, is considering a change of sport after his time with clubs such as Werder Bremen and Hoffenheim.
After spending last year unemployed, it seems Tim Wiese's days as a goalkeeper might be over. The former German International may end up moving to the United States, having an offer from the WWE, as the player informed:
"I've got an offer from the WWE, they want me to wrestle over there. I'll be there next week with my agent and see what's next. Why should I say "no" right away... Read the rest of the article »
Bayern, Dortmund, Schalke, Wolfsburg and Gladbach are chasing Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga table; can Leverkusen sustain a title challenge?
The third Matchday of the Bundesliga kicks off with current leaders Bayer Leverkusen taking on Werder Bremen. Every season, at one point, there is a discussion about Leverkusen's title credentials. However, the conservations are not long lived as Leverkusen goes about their business, losing and drawing repeatedly in "Neverkusen" style soon after the topic is brought about by... Read the rest of the article »
The second Matchday in the Bundesliga sees Schalke and Dortmund go hunting for much needed points (August 29 to August 31). Full broadcast schedule, live online stream and TV listings available on LiveSoccerTV.
After the first matchday, the Bundesliga table has a rather strange look. Hoffenheim and Leverkusen lead the table. Of those two, only one might be destined to stay atop, the one which showed off Roger Schmidt's "gegenpressing" plans perfectly. Bayer Leverkusen put Borussia Dortmund to the sword in a 0-2 victory at the Signal Iduna Park in the Ruhr region. Dortmund's cause was not helped... Read the rest of the article »
The Bundesliga kicks off in style as Bayern takes on Wolfsburg on the opening Matchday (August 22 to August 24). Full broadcast schedule, live online stream and TV listings available on LiveSoccerTV
Opening days are almost always memorable affairs in the Bundesliga. The Friday match tends to be a close affair more often than not. This time, considering the plethora of stars Bayern is missing, the opening match could be more than just exciting; it could produce a shocking result. Wolfsburg has been dubbed a contender rather than a pretender coming into this season. They have the right... Read the rest of the article »
The German Bundesliga is set to start, and we bring you a full preview. From managerial changes to TV, Online and Radio listings, we have it all.
FC Bayern claimed the Bundesliga and the DFB Pokal last season while Dortmund only had the Supercup to show for their efforts; after a very busy summer transfer window in Germany though, things could be much tighter this year. Find out where you can watch all the live action from the 2014-15 Bundesliga season.
If you constantly find yourself searching the internet for TV listings... Read the rest of the article »
Chelsea takes on Bundesliga side Werder Bremen in a rematch of their contests in the 2006-07 edition of the UEFA Champions League.
The face of Werder Bremen has changed dramatically since their previous meeting against Chelsea in 2006. Chelsea's personnel have changed over the years but the man on the sidelines is the same one who shook Thomas Schaaf's hand in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League. This fact in itself is strange. Chelsea has a history of changing managers rapidly, especially since Roman Abramovich... Read the rest of the article »
Troubled Bayern faces a Bremen side which is one step away from insuring safety.
Preview: Can Bayern find some much needed rhythm?
Pep Guardiola is being criticized; he has perhaps realized that at Bayern, it is only winning which matters. The Bavarians dominated every stat in Madrid except the one that mattered. The team has lost the explosiveness and adaptiveness which defined them under Jupp Heynckes. They have become what they were in 2009-10, a rather one-dimensional... Read the rest of the article »
A Bremen side which was considered a challenge to Bayern’s dynasty will now take on the current rulers of European football, looking to avoid embarrassment.
Preview: Depleted Bayern taking on Robin Dutt’s incompetent Bremen
Bayern lost Arjen Robben to injury for six weeks against Augsburg in midweek in the DFB Pokal. Franck Ribery however returned and is set to play again. Philipp Lahm jogged this week while Claudio Pizarro and Xherdan Shaqiri seem prepared to come back onto the pitch as well.
Bremen fans may long for the days of Johann... Read the rest of the article »
The 2013-14 season kicked of with a bang in the Bundesliga. Matchday 1 gave an example of its penetrating style and growth.
The Bundesliga kicked-off the European football calendar in style. With seven fixtures on Saturday, fans were treated to a true goal feast, seeing the ball hit the back of the net on twenty-six occasions.
Reigning champions and last year's UEFA Champions League victors Bayern Munich began their title defence with a comfortable 3-1 win over Borussia Monchengladbach with goals from Arjen Robben... Read the rest of the article »
On a day in which the focus will be on Schalke and Freiburg's battle as well as the contenders for relegation, Bremen will step out onto the pitch for the first time in 14 years without Thomas Schaaf.
The Big Games
The Bavarian derby to be played this week will be the most important one of the season. Bayern will not be involved in it. FC Augsburg will take on Greuther Fürth knowing that a win will see them qualify at least for the relegation playoff. They could have qualified last week but failed to do so against the champions. Augsburg, as the story goes often, gave a wonderful account... Read the rest of the article »
Almost all the European and relegation spots in the table are settled; however, both these teams have something vital to play for rather than just pride.
Werder Bremen is in true trouble. They could end up in a playoff for survival if they do not perform well in their last two games of the season. On the other hand, Eintracht Frankfurt, still in with a shout for the Champions League qualifying berth, will be looking to take advantage of any slip ups by Schalke. This clash will be an extremely interesting one.
Bremen last week was leading Hoffenheim... Read the rest of the article »
The battle for fourth spot could be settled on the day in which the Bundesliga shield will be presented to the 50th champions.
Fates to be decided in Bavaria
Bayern and FC Nürnberg could both be holding the fates of two relegation battlers in their hands. Augsburg has done extremely well since the winter break but has recently wobbled. They lost 2-0 to SC Freiburg last week, thus remaining in sixteenth spot. This week, the task lying ahead of them is a mammoth one to say the least.
They will travel to the... Read the rest of the article »
Last week signaled the return of Klaas Jan Huntelaar to the Bundesliga and the Bundesliga to the top tier of Europe. This week, the European, relegation and pride battles will resume.
Matters of Pride
Bayern München will take on fellow Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund this week in a ‘preview’ of the showdown at Wembley. Neither side will field their strongest lineups after midweek exertions but everyone on the pitch will want to protect the bragging rights of his team. It is important to earn a small step forward psychologically. Bayern will show... Read the rest of the article »
Greuther Fürth, the fairytale story of the 2.Bundesliga last season, could be set to go back down after just one season in the top flight this week.
The Big Games
German champions Bayern München welcomes Freiburg at home in a hugely important clash for the team from the Black Forest. Christian Streich’s team is slowly getting ripped apart as the excellence of his players has been revealed. Max Kruse for example has already decided to leave the club for Mönchengladbach. For Freiburg, qualification for the Europa League might... Read the rest of the article »
In a rather intriguing week for German football, Schalke will travel to Frankfurt while the second DFB Pokal semifinal will be repeated.
The Big Ones
Separated by four points from their Blue rivals, Eintracht Frankfurt will welcome Schalke. Eintracht’s rather weary squad went down to Ji Dong-Won and relegation battling Augsburg last week. This time, a Schalke side which earned a 2-2 draw against Bayer Leverkusen will be their opponent. Schalke, on current form, seems to be the winner as Eintracht is seemingly stuck in an... Read the rest of the article »
Despite Bayern being crowned champions last week, there are still a few important matters to sort out in the league.
The Battle for the European Spots
Freiburg and Hannover are separated by four points. Freiburg is primed to qualify for the Europa League as they sit in fifth spot in the league. Christian Streich’s side recorded a victory in Hamburg last week. Hannover away from home is incredibly poor. Somehow, Mirko Slomka has failed to find a cure for Hannover’s poor away form. Freiburg should... Read the rest of the article »
FC Bayern will be crowned this weekend regardless of other results if they manage to beat Eintracht Frankfurt.
The Big Ones
There are many big battles on this week, including one between Thomas Schaaf’s Bremen and lackadaisical Schalke. Schalke was anything but careless last week though as they beat Hoffenheim 3-0. The goals came late but the goal saw them remain in fourth place. They play a Bremen side which picked up a draw against a good Mainz side.
Schalke’s main rivals for the... Read the rest of the article »
The Bundesliga’s Match-day 27 could see the crowning of an old, yet new, champion. During this weekend, the race for fourth place might just have to take a back seat.
The Big Ones
Borussia Dortmund has a great record against most rivals. In recent seasons, they have been able to bat away every domestic opponent rather easily. The only team to not have suffered a loss to Dortmund last season was VfB Stuttgart. Incidentally, during this huge week for German football, BVB travels to Stuttgart.
A 4-4 draw between these two teams was one of the highlights... Read the rest of the article »
After a jaw dropping and disappointing European week, Bundesliga clubs return to action. Is the title really a lost cause?
The Big Ones
Bayern München takes on Bayer 04 Leverkusen in a clash which will not bring back the fondest memories for Bayern. Firstly, Leverkusen handed Bayern their first and only Bundesliga loss to date this season. In a match filled with rather funny and unintended blunders, Leverkusen won 1-2 in Munich. Currently third and with no other competition to focus on, Neverkusen will look... Read the rest of the article »