2003–04 SV Werder Bremen season

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Werder Bremen
2003–04 season
Manager Thomas Schaaf
Bundesliga 1st
Intertoto Cup Semi Final
DFB-Pokal Champions
Top goalscorer Aílton (28)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

SV Werder Bremen won its first ever German double, clinching both Bundesliga and the DFB-Pokal. Following a club record-breaking league season, Werder won the title six points clear of Bayern Munich, with Aílton hitting 28 goals, the most ever from a Werder Bremen player. The cup victory was clinched following a 3–2 win against Alemannia Aachen, with defensive midfielder Tim Borowski the unexpected hero, hitting Alemannia with a brace. The title successes were Thomas Schaaf's first in his managerial career. However, Werder lost both Aílton and defensive senior talisman Mladen Krstajić to Schalke 04, since both refused to sign new contracts with the club.

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Sources[edit]

Results & Fixtures for W Bremen – soccerbase.com