"The new tour bus is another key part of our successful partnership with wupsi GmbH. It not only gives us flexibility in travel arrangements for our teams but also represents Bayer 04 on the streets of Leverkusen, North Rhine Westphalia and the whole of Germany," said Markus Breglec. Wupsi CEO Marc Kretkowski added: "Bayer 04 is a flagship for the city of Leverkusen. We are happy to have been able to complete another special project with our long-term partner and introduce a tour coach in Bayer 04 livery to our wupsi fleet."
The partnership has been extended to the end of the season in tandem with the presentation. As a partner in the Business Club at Bayer 04, wupsi GmbH is shown on an LED screen in the stands on matchdays at the BayArena.
The Werkself host Paderborn in the DFB-Pokal round of 16 today, Wednesday 6 December (18:00 CET) at the BayArena. Here’s all the latest information ahead of the cup clash with the Bundesliga 2 club.Show more
Next year marks Bayer 04’s 120th birthday. To celebrate the occasion, we would like to take the opportunity, today and in the next few months, to regularly look at football under the Cross on bayer04.de and primarily delve into the question of: How have we become the club we are today? Part two of our series looks at our fans. Werkself supporters are enjoying this season like never before, providing incredible support both home and away.Show more
The Bundesliga has named the three nominees for November’s Rookie of the Month award. Werkself striker Victor Boniface, who has won the trophy in August, September and October, is once again up for the award. Fans have the chance to pick the winner by casting their votes online.Show more
Following the weekend’s draw against Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga, the Werkself are again at home on Wednesday for the visit of Paderborn to the BayArena in the DFB-Pokal last 16 (kick-off: 18:00 CET). Ahead of the game, head coach Xavi Alonso made it abundantly clear that his team will in no way underestimate their Bundesliga 2 opponents.Show more