Werder Bremen and Bayern Munich get the 2023/24 Bundesliga underway.
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When is Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich?
Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich takes place on Friday 18th August at the Weserstadion.
What is the kick-off time for Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich?
Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich will kick-off at 7:30pm (UK time).
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Who is refereeing Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich?
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Werder Bremen vs Bayern Munich match preview:
In their first season back playing Bundesliga football Werder Bremen finished 13th and three points above the relegation zone. Die Werderaner were indebted to Niclas Füllkrug who bagged 16 goals across 28 appearances. He also chipped in with five assists, four less than Mitchell Weiser, the club’s leading creator. Füllkrug has committed his future to Bremen with Naby Keïta joining in the summer from Liverpool but he’s ruled out after sustaining an injury during pre-season.
Bayern’s quest for a record-extending 12th championship begins here and they’ll be armed with Harry Kane after the England captain penned a four-deal following weeks of speculation. Kane says goodbye to boyhood club Tottenham following 435 appearances in which he bagged 280 goals.
“Of course it’s always a tough decision. I was at Spurs for 19 years. I’m a pro – I always pushed myself to my limits. When I thought about it and Bayern got in touch, it was a decision I wanted to make. I know about records and people talk about Shearer but I want to focus on this club right now,” he told reporters.
Less than 12 hours after his unveiling the 30-year made his debut but it was an unhappy one as RB Leipzig ran out 3-0 winners. With the DFL-Supercup on the line it means Kane must wait before winning a first official piece of silverware.
“They’ve won the league many times in a row but it’s a question of winning as much as possible. My job is to make that happen. If we get to the end o the season and haven’t won a trophy we’ll be disappointed. My job is to push the team and win the league and try to win the Champions League as well,” he added.
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