Top scorers Werder Bremen, Germany

Top scorer winners from Werder Bremen and players with high positions in top scorer lists. Here you find the most succesful scorers in Werder Bremen in Bundesliga, 2. Bundesliga, Europa League and Champions League through the recent years.

Golden Boot winners from Werder Bremen

League, Season Player Age Goals
 
Bundesliga 2022/2023
Niclas Füllkrug 30
16
 
Europa League 2009/2010
Claudio Pizarro 31
9
 
Bundesliga 2005/2006
Miroslav Klose 27
25
 
Bundesliga 2003/2004
Ailton 30
28
 
Bundesliga 1994/1995
Mario Basler 26
20

All Werder Bremen players in top scorer lists

Werder Bremen top scorers season 2023/2024

Player, League Age Position Goals Winner/leader
Harry Kane
30 11
12
 

Note that this is top scorer data we have in our database. There may be other leagues and tournaments Werder Bremen has players in which we do not present here.

Hat tricks by players from Werder Bremen

In total we have 30 hat tricks scored by players from the club Werder Bremen between the dates 5 April 1991 and 22 April 2023.

Player Date Match Goals
Marvin Ducksch 22 april 2023
Bundesliga 2022/2023
Hertha Berlin - Werder Bremen
2-4
3
6', 27', 51'

Werder Bremen information

Full name
Sportverein Werder Bremenvon 1899 e. V.
Nickname(s)
The River Islanders, The Green-Whites
Coach/manager
Ole Werner
Arena name
Weserstadion
Arena capacity
42100
Current league
Bundesliga
Founded
4 February 1899
Source: Wikipedia

Articles where Werder Bremen are mentioned

We have 6 articles published on this site that are about Werder Bremen, or where they at least are mentioned.

Start of the 2023/2024 season in the Bundesliga - we predict the top scorer title winner
(17 August 2023)
The underrated 1997 Borussia Dortmund that won the Champions League
(21 July 2023)
Bundesliga season 2022/2023 finished - the champions and top scorers
(1 June 2023)
How Greece did the impossible in the 2004 Euros
(11 February 2023)
Half time in other leagues season 2021/2022
(12 January 2022)
The end of the major European football leagues 2020/2021
(24 May 2021)