Werder Bremen are one of the best known brands to come out of the Bundesliga. The club is one of the four to win a domestic double, taking home the Bundesliga and German Cup titles in 2004.
Founded in 1899, Bremen was one of the founding members of the Bundesliga. Their trophy case is filled with 10 domestic titles - four Bundesliga, six German Cups - but the green and whites do not have the same strong track record in Europe - the 1992 Cup Winners cup and the 1992 Intertoto Cup are the only UEFA trophies they have. They still play in the Weserstadion, the oldest stadium in the Bundesliga. For all news and updates on Werder Bremen, look through DW's collated content below.
A stirring second half comeback from Frankfurt denied Werder Bremen a seventh win in eight matches and kept the Eagles above their opponents. Marco Fabian's penalty sealed the point for Frankfurt in a 2-2 draw.
Bayern Munich taste league defeat for only the second time this season as Hoffenheim beat them courtesy of Andrej Kramaric's first half strike. Elsewhere, there were wins for Borussia Dortmund, Werder Bremen and Cologne.
Werder Bremen were without key duo Serge Gnabry and captain Clemens Fritz. But they didn't let that stop them go four games unbeaten in the Bundesliga - even if it meant spoiling the party for the new Leverkusen coach.
Leaders Bayern Munich extended their lead at the top with a 3-0 win in Cologne. Elsewhere, rivals Borussia Dortmund thrashed Leverkusen to pile the pressure on Roger Schmidt and Gladbach beat Schalke in the top game.