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Weserstadion: How to get there and how to buy tickets (2022)

In 1954, a concrete stand was built and the stadium started to be used more frequently for football matches. The stadium has been used for football matches ever since. The Weserstadion was built in 1909 as a general sports field that was only sporadically used for football matches. Beginning in 1954, a concrete stand was built and it became more frequently used for football matches. The stadium has been used for football matches ever since.

Weserstadion

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Saturday, 02.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

In 1929, the first roof was added, and in 1936 the capacity was increased to 25,000. The Weserstadion was built in 1909 as a general sports field. It initially only sporadically used for football matches due to its lack of a roof. In 1929, the first roof was added, and in 1936 it was increased in capacity to 25,000. The stadium has been the home of Werder Bremen ever since. The first big stand was built in 1926, and Werder Bremen has played their home matches at the ground ever since.

In 1935, Weserstadion was taken over by the city of Bremen to be primarily used for political purposes of the ruling NSDAP Nazi Party. During the Second World War, anti-aircraft guns were stationed at the stadium.

The Weserstadion underwent various developments in the mid-1960s, including the replacement of cover for the North Stand and the addition of an extra tier to both curves. The main stand (South Stand) received a new roof in 1973, and the opposite North Stand received a completely rebuilt structure in 1978.

The construction of the stands continued in the late 1980s, with the western curve and then the South Stand being rebuilt in the style of the North Stand. Both stands were ready in 1992, and a few years later the reconstruction of the eastern curve completed the stadium.

The Weserstadion applied to be a playing venue during the 2006 World Cup, but was rejected.

In 2008, Werder Bremen started a new round of redevelopment works in order to modernize their stadium. The pitch was dug out and the stands got extended closer to the pitch, both curves got rebuilt in a rectangular shape, corporate facilities were improved, and a new roof covered with solar panels was installed. Works were completed in the summer of 2011.

The club had initially planned to add a third tier to the stadium, but this was abandoned due to rising costs.

(photos of the present Weserstadion below)

How to get to Weserstadion

The Weserstadion is located on the banks of the river Weser in a residential area, surrounded by parks and other sports facilities. It is located about 2 kilometres east from Bremen's historic city centre and about 2.5 kilometres from the main railway station. The walk from the old city centre should take less than forty minutes. Follow the banks of the river in eastern direction. The walk from the railway station takes slightly more.

You can also reach the stadium by tram. Take tram 3 toward Weserwehr from the Domsheide in the city centre and get off after about 7 minutes at stop Weserstadion.

From the main railway station, you can take tram 10 in the direction of Sebaldsbrück and get off at stop St-Jürgen-Straße. It is a 10-minute journey to the stadium from there, or change to tram 3 to get one stop closer.

Various shuttle services are offered from designated parking areas on match days. Signs are posted from the access roads to indicate where the shuttles are taking people.

There is a shuttle service by boat that runs from various points along the Weser River.

Address: Franz-Böhmert-Straße 1c, 28205 Bremen

Werder Bremen Tickets

Tickets can be bought online, by phone, or at the Ticket Center at the stadium. Werder typically sells out about half of all home matches per season, but for most matches tickets will be easily available if purchased in advance.

For a category B match, the next cheapest option, tickets range in price from ?30.00 for a lower-tier seat behind the goal to ?60.00 for a central seat at one of the long sides. Standing costs  ?25.00. For a category A match, the most expensive option, tickets range in price from  ?60.00 for a lower-tier seat behind the goal to  ?100.00 for a central seat at one of the long sides. Standing costs  ?50.00." Werder offer three pricing categories for home matches: C ($20-50), B ($30-60), and A ($60-$100). Tickets in each category vary in price depending on where you sit; standing is free in all three categories except for A matches, which cost $50 standing alone.

Tickets for category A matches, the most expensive, cost between $35.00 and $70.00 for a seat and still $15.00 for standing.

You can find a stadium map here, or email [email protected] for more information about purchasing tickets.

Weserstadion stadium tours

The Werder Bremen offer guided stadium tours that include the away dressing room, the press conference room and VIP areas. The tour lasts 60 to 90 minutes and a further 15 to 45 minutes can be spent at the museum. To reserve a tour, please email [email protected] or call +49 (0) 1805 937 337. The tour costs ?6.00.

The WUSEUM is opened every day between 10:00 am and 5:45 pm.

Relevant Internet links

The official website of SV Werder Bremen is Werder.de, and the tourism website for the city of Bremen is Bremen-tourismus.de. The public transport information for the area around Bremen is found on the website Bag.de. John Dover wrote on 10 July 2017 at 6:34 pm: The Stadium is amazing! I went there and it's located right in the city center. It's just like the stadiums in London. Lovely place. All the other German universities have a tendency to be out of the cities.

! The Stadium is amazing! I went there and it's a great trip to take by boat through the River Weser directly to it. It's a beautiful place in the city center and typical German stadiums are located outside of cities. Cheers!

You must deposit at least £5 to activate it. Once money is in the account, you can purchase food and drinks inside and outside the stadium.

It is beneficial to get in touch with one of the many sellers of these tickets. You will need to deposit at least five euros in order to use it. Once you have deposited money, you are allowed to purchase food and drinks inside and outside the stadium.

Jella wrote: The most beautiful stadium in Germany is hands down the Volksparkstadion. It's located directly by the water and is close to the beautiful city center, but it's still out in the open. The stadium has solar panels on its roof and walls, which shine brightly in sunlight. The catering is good and the feeling inside is exciting and still cozy.

Hands down the most beautiful stadium in Germany.

The stadium is situated directly by the water, close to the beautiful city center but still out in the open. The solar panels on the stadium roof and walls glitter in the sunlight.

The catering is good and the feeling inside exciting and still cozy.

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    Weserstadion: How to get there and how to buy tickets (2022).

    In 1954, a concrete stand was built and the stadium started to be used more frequently for football matches. The stadium has been used for football matches ever since. The Weserstadion was built in 1909 as a general sports field that was only sporadically used for football matches. Beginning in 1954, a concrete stand was built and it became more frequently used for football matches. The stadium has been used for football matches ever since.

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