Featuring Germany World Cup 2010 players Mesut Özil, Per Mertesacker, Marko Marin and Tim Wiese, Werder Bremen is currently a power in the German Bundesliga. The club from Bremen in Northwest Germany finished the 2009/10 season in 3rd place in the league and won the 2009 DFB-Supercup.
With the new Bundesliga season and the Play-Off round of the UEFA Champions League in sight, Werder Bremen has officially launched its Nike 2010/11 home kit.
According to the Werder Bremen website:
The color green indicates once again the home jersey of Bremen. In the 2010/11 season is in the top of the home jerseys a darker shade of green, to the level of the umbilicus is pointed and jagged to. The lower part of the “flash look” is in white thus represents an optical isolation to the brighter green in the lower third of the jerseys has significantly dar. The design and suggests aggression. The individual Werder waves pattern is one of a range of geometric design implementations (broken lines, pixelÃ¤hnliche pattern), which are both in Nike’s World Cup jersey and team cross-country and in the national and international league play application.
The white sleeves of last season are now kept in dark green and conclude with a fine white edge. The Werder diamond and the Golden Star are also positioned as in the final season on the left side and the swoosh on the right retains its position and the white color. The Werder logo on the chest has a special feature: The inside is with the message “LIFELONG GREEN WHITE” marked and accesses as in the Nike World Cup jerseys individual identification with the team.
The back of the shirt is completely in the lighter shade of green and kept below the collar is a small middle-Werder diamond. Also striking is the new, distinctive design of the back numbers and player name, which also reflects the aggressiveness of the front view.