Can you imagine the world today without social media? Would you like to see that? We definitely wouldn’t! We love social media! Because Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and co. provides us with the opportunity to communicate and interact with our fans that was not available in the predigital age. We grow closer together and can exchange opinions whenever we want. And it is clear there is now a huge Bayer 04 community that shares a passion or at least a liking for the Werkself.
That is why we are providing loads of space for social media on our new website. And, indeed, in a wide range of areas. For example in the shape of social hubs. That means presenting groups of posts on the most popular channels such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Such social hubs can also be found on the players' pages. Our Werkself lads are avid users of digital communication. So the player page provides a social hub that includes the official channels of our pros. We also do the same on the Bayer 04 Women's page.
Our home page has a social hub with a selection of the most up-to-date and cool posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. In the fan zone, we also present Bayer 04 fan information (Facebook). And, on the matchday pages, contributions with the match hashtag are visible for the relevant games.
That means our fans can enjoy the colourful social media world of Bayer 04 at a glance without being actively involved on the particular platforms and without having to search too much.
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
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
Bayer 04 celebrate a special anniversary next year. 1 July 1904 saw the foundation of the sports club from the paint factories called the ‘Turn- und Spielverein der Farbenfabriken vorm. Friedr. Bayer & Co. in Leverkusen’Show more