On Thursday, 05.10.2023, at 19:30, the women's professional team of 1. FC Union Berlin was supposed to start in the Polytan Cup. However, this will not happen as TSV Mariendorf 1897 will not be playing and have cancelled the match. As a result, Union will get a bye into the 2nd round without a fight.
On Tuesday, 03.10.2023, 1. FC Union Berlin will face Portuguese side Sporting Braga in the next match in their UEFA Champions League campaign. Kick off at Berlin's Olympiastadion is at 18:45.
The additional contingent of around 2,000 tickets in blocks 15 and 16 for 1. FC Union Berlin's home debut in the UEFA Champions League tomorrow (Tuesday) are now also sold out.
The time has finally come. On Tuesday, 03 October 2023, 1. FC Union Berlin will welcome SC Braga to Berlin's Olympiastadion for their first home match in the UEFA Champions League. Kick-off is at 18:45.
The second round opponents for 1. FC Union Berlin in the 2023/24 DFB Pokal have been determined,as they were drawn to play away against three times winners VfB Stuttgart.
1.FC Union Berlin lost 1-0 away in Heidenheim, despite dominating large parts of the game and creating numerous chances, including Kevin Behrens hitting the post. But Jan-Niklas Beste’s superb second half free-kick would make the difference, and again Union would have to travel home empty handed.
1. FC Union Berlin are mourning the death of honorary president Günter Mielis. The co-founder and long-time club official away today, Friday, 29 September 2023, at the age of 98.
The home section at the Olympiastadion is already sold out for Union's home debut in the Champions league. However as the visiting fans have not exhausted their quota, some tickets are now available for sale in blocks 15 to 16.
1. FC Union Berlin’s men’s side return to action in the 6th game of their Bundesliga season when, on Saturday, 30.09.2023, they will travel to face the recently promoted 1. FC Heidenheim 1846. Kick off at the Voith Arena is at 15:30.
1. FC Union Berlin won away at the so far unbeaten FC Carl Zeiss Jena II, 3-0 on Sunday afternoon with a first half goal from Sarah Abu Sabbah giving the guests the lead, before substitute Maria Cristina Lange scored a second half brace to finish things off.
Union lost 2-0 to TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, despite having had the majority of the ball and certainly the lion’s share of shots on goal. But a Andrej Kramarek penalty and sliding Max Beier shot, both in the first half, were enough to finish off the hosts.
On Saturday, 23.09.2023, 1. FC Union will host TSG 1999 Hoffenheim in the fifth match of the current Bundesliga season. Kick off at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei is at 15:30.
On Tuesday, 03.10.2023, two highlights await all the Eisern. Before Urs Fischer's team meets SC Braga in the Champions League in the evening, Union's U19s will welcome the Portuguese youth team to the Stadion An der Alten Försterei for their first UEFA Youth League home match at 1 pm.
Next Sunday, 24 September 2023, the professional women's team of 1. FC Union Berlin will face FC Carl Zeiss Jena II in the 5th game of the Regionalliga Nordost season. Kick off between the top two teams in the table, on the artificial pitch of the Uni-Sportzentrum in Jena, is at 14:00.
Union were taught the hardest of lessons about life in the Champions league when, despite a brave performance, they lost 1-0 to Real Madrid to a 94th minute Jude Bellingham goal.
It’s absurd to think that as 1. FC Union Berlin were founded, Real Madrid were facing hard times.
On Wednesday, 20.09.2023, 1. FC Union Berlin will play a match in the UEFA Champions League for the first time in the club’s history, when they face Spanish record champions Real Madrid. Kick off at the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu is at 18:45.
On Wednesday, 20 September 2023, 1. FC Union Berlin will play their first Champions League match away at Real Madrid, accompanied in Spain's capital by around 4,000 Unioners, 1,300 of whom will travel with the fan fliers chartered by the club.
The men's team of 1. FC Union Berlin will play their first Champions League match on Wednesday evening against Real Madrid, supported by almost 4,000 fans in a sold-out away' block. The following is some important information for all Union fans for their visit to the stadium.
1. FC Union Berlin’s women’s team recorded a superb 1-0 victory against their title-challengers Viktoria 89 at home in the Fritz Lesch Sportplatz on Sunday afternoon in front of a sold-out crowd of 1,500 people.