Here is the official Werder Bremen home kit for the 2010/11 season produced by Nike.
The shirt is two shades of green, with a darker green at the top of the shirt and a lighter shade on the bottom and on the back. Their is a white seperator of the colours accross the center of the shirt much in the same fashion as Slovenia's shirts. Except this pattern seems more random rather than meaningful like the Triglav pattern for Slovenia.
The font on the back is similar to that used in the new PSG and Celtic shirt with corners are 45 and 90 degree angles, giving quite a solid look to the kit.
One thing that Bremen fans will see as a bonus is the total abolition of orange from the home shirt. Last seasons shirt also contained no orange except for when the official name and numbers were printed on they were totally orange. If you're wondering why so much fuss about orange, well so you know, orange has no history with the team at all, it was just a colour introduced as a marketing ploy, which the fans are adament in stopping.