Weserstadion, the home of Werder Bremen since it opened in 1947 (although it had been around in one form or another well before then), has a capacity of 42,500 for league games and 37,441 for international games. In fact, in one of the earlier versions of the stadium, the breakout of World War II necessitated the presence of three anti-aircraft guns inside the stadium. Weserstadion has seen many renovations over the years, in early 1960s, 1989, 2005 and most recently in 2008.
Aside from hosting Werder Bremen matches for the better of the last century, Weserstadion has also hosted 10 German national team games with 8 of those coming in the last two decades. Weserstadion has also hosted several various athletics competitions over the years. Weserstadion offers stadium tours and has its own museum dedicated to the team, creatively called the “Wuseum.”