Between 2014 and 2016 Maas, who played for Arminia Bielefeld and Hertha Berlin in the Bundesliga plus MSV Duisburg in the second division, was assistant coach to the current Bayer 04 head coach Peter Bosz. They were in charge at Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem for a total of 62 games in the Eredivisie. “In Rob Maas, we’ve appointed an innovative and strong-minded assistant coach who fits in really well here. He knows the Bundesliga and has already worked successfully with Peter Bosz. Rob will provide new ideas,” declared sporting director Simon Rolfes.
For Rob Maas, Bayer 04 are “a highly ambitious and very attractive club. That’s not just the perception in Germany but Leverkusen also have an outstanding reputation across Europe,” said Maas. “To be able to work with fellow coaches in developing an extremely exciting team is a fantastic challenge I’m really looking forward to.”
Bayer 04 Leverkusen have given U17 player Francis Onyeka a long-term contact. The club has agreed a deal with the 16-year-old to 30 June 2027.Show more
#B04eSports team suffered the first defeat of the season on matchday five in the VBL Club Championship 2023/24. Last night’s other games ended in a win and a draw. The Black and Reds are now fifth in the North West division.Show more
Bayer 04 Leverkusen back continuity at the top of the club. The Bundesliga and Europa League participants have extended the contract with sporting managing director Simon Rolfes to 2028. The former midfielder and long-standing Werkself captain took over this position as the successor to Rudi Völler in the summer of 2022. He was previously the sporting director at Bayer 04 for three and a half years.Show more
The fans have decided: The goal scored by Florian Wirtz to make it 1-0 for Bayer 04 Leverkusen in the 2-1 home win against SC Freiburg was voted Goal of the Month for October with 45 % of the votes cast. The 20-year-old Werkself player won the vote conducted by ARD-Sportschau by a clear margin ahead of second-placed Harry Kane (Bayern Munich).Show more
BK Häcken have yet to gain a point in Group H. The club from Gothenburg entertain the Werkself on Thursday 30 November (kick-off: 21.00 CET). Häcken will be looking to improve their record in the last European home game of the year against the group leaders.Show more