Both DAZN and Amazon Prime are broadcasting Bayer 04's Bundesliga match in the Breisgau (kick-off: 20.30 CET). The latter company announced final details this morning: The live stream begins 15 minutes before kick-off and is available via the website and the Prime Video app. All Prime members in Germany and Austria can watch the game without additional costs as part of their Prime membership. Fans without a subscription have the option of a 30-day free trial of the service.
Niko and Cedric will again be covering the match on Werkself Radio. Their live commentary of the game is available free of charge at bayer04.de or on the Bayer 04 app.
As from the beginning of the restart, the German Football Association announced the match officials on the morning of the game: FIFA referee Marco Fritz from Korb is in charge of the opening fixture on Bundesliga matchday 29. He will be supported by his assistants Dominik Schaal from Tübingen and Timo Gerach from Landau. The fourth official is Arno Blos from Deizisau and Dr Felix Brych from Munich is the VAR match official.
Rudi Völler, sporting managing director at Bayer 04, this week spoke out about the extravagant lifestyle of certain football players. "I'm not one to moralise. But players are role models. Here a gold steak, there a couple of players who have a hairdresser flown in to the hotel on the day before the match – that's not on," said the 60-year old in Focus. "I'm surprised players aren't smarter today. At the end of the day, only hairdressers and steak flippers benefit from the cheap advertising."
The restart of the FLYERALARM Women's Bundesliga is proving to be very popular at home and abroad. The first matches after the break due to the coronavirus pandemic will be broadcast on television in 16 countries, including Guatemala, Panama and Mexico. The opening game after two months without play involves the double winners VfL Wolfsburg against FC Köln this afternoon (kick-off: 14.00 CET). The Bayer 04 women's team return to action tomorrow, also at 14.00 CET, with a home game against MSV Duisburg. This encounter will also be streamed on DFB TV. All games are played behind closed doors.
Monster Energy has been a partner in the Sponsors Club at Bayer 04 Leverkusen since the start of the 2023/24 season. Monster Energy has shown their products at Werkself home games on the LED advertising hoardings at the BayArena. Monster Energy activated the next stage of the partnership with the current Bundesliga league leaders for Bayer 04’s home game against Union Berlin in the middle of November. Monster Energy will continue to present themselves as a reliable and ambitious partner to Leverkusen fans through similar promotional events as at the game against Union Berlin.Show more
Bayer 04 involvement with the ‘Kältegang Leverkusen’ project continues this winter. The current Bundesliga league leaders and their fans again presented financial and in-kind donations to the homeless charity at home game against Borussia Dortmund (1-1).Show more
For the 17th time, Bayer 04 Sportförderung gGmbH has awarded the Volunteers Award for outstanding commitment to football in Leverkusen and the surrounding region. The three outstanding clubs in 2023 are BSV Roleber 1919, TuS 05 Oberpleis and SV 1924 Glehn. They will each receive prize money of €5,000.Show more
Bundesliga leaders Bayer 04 host Borussia Dortmund on Matchday 13 today, Sunday 3 December (17:30 CET), with a capacity crowd expected at the BayArena. Here’s all the latest information ahead of the clash with BVB.Show more
Two Bayer 04 players are on the shortlist for November 2023’s Goal of the Month on broadcaster ARD’s ‘Sportschau’. Fans have until midday CET on 20 December to vote for Alejandro Grimaldo’s opening goal in the Bundesliga game against Union Berlin or for Verena Wieder’s equaliser against RB Leipzig in the Google Pixel Women’s Bundesliga.Show more