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“It’s going to be a big spectacle”: Werder legend Pizarro is looking forward to his farewell game with three teams

“It’s going to be a big spectacle”: Werder legend Pizarro is looking forward to his farewell game with three teams
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Ex-Werder-Star invites you to the Weserstadion on September 24th

Bremen – Since Claudio Pizarro ended his unique career at SV Werder Bremen two years ago, this one question keeps popping up, not only in the Hanseatic city: When will he finally play his much-announced farewell game in the Weser Stadium? Now there is the answer: on September 24th.

“We all had to wait a long time for that because of Corona,” says Claudio Pizarro in conversation with the DeichStubeto then announce in his typically cheerful way: “It’s going to be a big spectacle, a big show.” And not just one game, because there are three teams involved: the SV Werder Brementhe traditional team of FC Bayern Munich and a world selection compiled by Pizarro. Advance ticket sales start on June 29 at 11 a.m. on the SV Werder website.

“I hope the stadium will be full. I would be very happy about that,” he says Claudio Pizarro very humble. But the 43-year-old can be sure that all tickets will be sold out in no time at all. Because not only at SV Werder Bremen he is a legend, also at the FC Bayern Munich – and most fans of the other clubs also like the likeable Peruvian.

“It’s going to be a big spectacle”: Werder-Bremen legend Claudio Pizarro is looking forward to his farewell game with three teams

has 489 times Claudio Pizarro played in the Bundesliga – most often for the SV Werder Bremen (250 games). With 109 goals, he is the record goalscorer for the Green-Whites. For the FC Bayern Munich the striker ran 224 times in the German football league and scored 87 goals. At 1. FC Köln he has 16 games and one goal to his credit. In between, Pizarro dared to jump to the island in 2007, but was not happy with Chelsea.

The feel-good factor played an example Claudio Pizarro also a big role. In 1999 he moved from his hometown of Alianza Lima to the Weser – for a transfer fee of 1.5 million euros. The 20-year-old quickly delighted the fans of Werder Bremen. They were all the sadder when Pizarro did it in 2001 Bayern Munich pulled. The transfer fee of 7.5 million euros was cold consolation. However, no one suspected that the exceptional player would return to Bremen four more times. What a story!

Werder Bremen: Claudio Pizarro’s farewell game increases in the Weser Stadium

With Werder Bremen fetched Claudio Pizarro However, only one title – the cup victory in 2009. For this he admitted Bayern Munich properly off. He won the World Cup and the Club World Cup twice each. He is also a Champions League and Uefa Supercup winner. And he celebrated the German championship and the DFB Cup victory six times with Bayern.

For the FC Bayern Munich is working Claudio Pizarro now as ambassador, he lives with his family in Munich. With all his love for Werder and Bremen – he still liked the Bavarian state capital a bit better. Nevertheless finds his farewell game held in Bremen. With the organization of this event in the Weser Stadium Werder Bremen once Pizarro made the return to the Weser palatable.

And the South American can hardly wait to be back on the lawn in his Bremen living room. “I’m really happy. And of course I want to play for all three teams.” Claudio Pizarro and adds with a laugh: “If my body can take it.” For a football pensioner, the 43-year-old still looks pretty fit. And anyone who knows him knows that the ex-professional of Werder Bremen be up in the next few weeks farewell game will prepare.

Werder Bremen legend Claudio Pizarro on his farewell game in the Weser Stadium: “I just wish that we will all have a lot of fun together”

However, many other tasks await him. “I’m in the process of inviting the players,” he reveals. want names Claudio Pizarro do not say. “It’s supposed to be a surprise. There are so many players that I would like to have there. It won’t be easy for everyone to come.”

The record scorer of the SV Werder Bremen do without, that would probably go beyond the scope. In Peru he wants to have his own again at some point farewell game host. Now he has to concentrate fully on the game on September 24th in Bremen: “I’m really excited to see how it will turn out. I just wish that we will all have a lot of fun together.” (kni)

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The date is set: Werder Bremen is hosting Claudio Pizarro’s farewell game – FC Bayern is coming

Bremen – This should definitely be a big football festival in the Wohninvest Weserstadion: Claudio Pizarro will finally be on Saturday September 24th farewell game to get. The corona pandemic had prevented an earlier date. Not only will there be in September SV Werder Bremenbut also the FC Bayern Munich with its traditional team and a world selection. The 43-year-old has already invited a lot of superstars. Ticket sales begin June 29 at 11am. at werr.de.

Had two years ago Claudio Pizarro ended his career at the age of 41 – with SV Werder staying up at the last minute in the relegation against 1. FC Heidenheim. The Peruvian had previously played 489 times in the Bundesliga – most often in the SV Werder Bremen (250 games/109 goals). For the FC Bayern Munich the striker ran 224 times in the German football league and scored 87 goals. He played 16 times for 1. FC Köln and scored once. In 2007, Pizarro made the leap to the island, but was not happy with Chelsea.

The date is set: Werder Bremen is hosting Claudio Pizarro’s farewell game – FC Bayern Munich is also coming

The feel-good factor played an example Claudio Pizarro always a major role. In 1999 he moved from his hometown of Alianza Lima to the Weser – for a transfer fee of 1.5 million euros. The 20-year-old quickly wowed Werder fans. They were all the sadder when Pizarro moved to Bayern in 2001. The transfer fee of 7.5 million euros was cold consolation. However, no one suspected that the exceptional player would return to Bremen four more times. What a story! With Werder Bremen However, he only celebrated one title – winning the 2009 cup FC Bayern Munich properly: twice the World Cup, twice the Club World Cup, once the Uefa Supercup, once the Champions League and six times each the German Championship and the DFB Cup.

For the FC Bayern Munich Pizarro now works as an ambassador and lives with his family in Munich. With all his love for Werder and Bremen, he always liked the Bavarian state capital a bit better. Nevertheless, his farewell game will take place in Bremen. With the organization of this event in the Weser Stadium Werder Bremen once Pizarro made the return to the Weser palatable. And that should make the fans happy too. The arena will definitely be sold out with 42,100 visitors, as probably every stadium in Germany would be. Then Claudio Pizarro is one of the most popular players in Germany. (knee)

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