The Weserstadion is the only stadium in Germany which is accessible via ferry boat. A very cool thing to do, especially for one-time visitors is to end your city tour with a great cruise and an exciting football match. Also, you circle around the big crowds going to the match by car or by tram. Tickets for the boat ride are 8,50€ (one-way) or 12,50€ (both ways), children pay half the price. The according wharves where you can get on are called “Farge”, “Blumenthal”, “Vegesack”, “Pier 2 / Waterfront” and “Martinianleger”.
Werder Bremen are no different when it comes to buying food and drink in the concourses. The stadium operates on a cashless system, that although annoying to set up, does mean that queues are reducing at the food and drink kiosks around the ground. The Girogo-Werder-Card is available around the ground at you can top it up in €10, €25, €50, €100 and €150 denominations. Don’t worry though – you can get whatever balance is left on your card back at the end of the day.
German clubs love a team anthem and Werder have one of the best around. Before every game expect to hear the whole stadium sing “Lebenslang Grün-Weiß”, “Life long green and white” and if you can learn the words then you’ll fit right in. It sounds a little like a second rate Eurovision entry, but everyone in Bremen seems to like it so be prepared to do your best to join in.
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