1. FC Union Berlin could celebrate following their first game of 2024, a 2-0 victory over DSC Arminia Bielefeld on a bitterly cold afternoon in the Alte Försterei. Following a goalless first half Union’s lead was provided by Brenden Aaronson after 55 minutes before Janik Haberer made it two five minutes later.
On Sunday, 4 February 2024, 1. FC Union Berlin will play away in Leipzig. Around 4,700 away tickets have been made available for the 17:30 kick off.
Followng the resumption of first team training on Tuesday, the players of 1. FC Union Berlin face their first testof the new year this coming Saturday when Nenad Bjelica's team face DSC Arminia Bielefeld. Kick off at the Alte Försterei is at 15:30.
After a short winter holiday, 1.FC Union Berlin came back to the training pitch this Tuesday afternoon.
1. FC Union Berlin and 2. Bundesliga side Eintracht Braunschweig have agreed to terminate the loan contract of midfielder Keita Endo on 31 December 2023.
For the women of 1. FC Union Berlin, 2023 showed so much progress. Having announced the professionalisation of its women’s first team the previous season and adopted the change for the start of the 2023/24 season, head coach Ailien Poese's team only lost one competitive match in the entire calendar year.
Everybody at 1. FC Union Berlin would like to wish our friends and fans, supporters and sponsors, and everyone we've met along the way throughout 2023 a very happy new year.
For the Bundesliga team of 1. FC Union Berlin, the coming days will mark the end of a year that will go down long in the memory for everyone involved.
1. FC Union Berlin’s Bundesliga squad will be without midfielder Aïssa Laïdouni for the first few weeks of the new calendar year. The midfielder will be representing Tunisia at the 34th Africa Cup of Nations and will therefore be absent for at least the league fixtures matches against SC Freiburg, 1. FSV Mainz 05 and FC Bayern München.
We would like to wish everyone who celebrates it, a very, very merry Christmas
Today, Thursday 21 December 2023, the DFL announced the exact dates for Bundesliga match days 19 to 26 of the 2023/24 season.
On Saturday, 23. December, the candles will once again be lit and the songbooks opened at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei as the Union family come together for the traditional singing of Christmas carols sing to get in the mood for the festive season.
1. FC Union Berlin rounded off a spectacular, rollercoaster of a year with a fine 2-0 win over 1. FC Köln that would ensure they could spend the Christmas break free of the worst of their worries when looking at the table. Both goals came after a goalless first half, through Benedict Hollerbach and David Datro Fofana
The players of 1. FC Union Berlin will have the opportunity on Wednesday evening to show a reaction to their Bundesliga defeat in Bochum when, in the last game before the winter break, they will face their direct neighbours in the table, 1. FC Köln. Kick off at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei is at 18:30.
From the award of the penalty to the ball hitting the back of the net, all of this had taken just two minutes and 47 seconds. For two minutes and 47 seconds it seemed that there really could be a football God and that not only was he was looking down on this game, but he was also somehow, not supporting Real Madrid.
1. FC Union Berlin lost 3-0 to VfL Bochum on Saturday afternoon in their last away game of 2023. Having competed evenly with their hosts, they were floored Takuma Asano's opener with the last kick of the half, which was followed up by Goncalo Paciencia's mis-hit drive and Kevin Stöger's penalty kick.
The Bundesliga squad of 1. FC Union Berlin have little time to rest, because on Saturday they play VfL Bochum 1848. Kick off at the Vonovia Ruhrstadion at is at 15.30.
Following a short winter break, 1. FC Union Berlin’s Bundesliga team will play their first match of the new calendar year on Saturday, 6 January 2024, when head coach Nenad Bjelica's side face third-division DSC Arminia Bielefeld. Kick-off at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei is at 15.30 pm, gates open at 14:00.
Following a successful first half of the season, 1. FC Union Berlin's professional first women's team will begin preparations for the second half on 8 January 2024.
Despite a superb, battling performance, Union lost 3-2 to Real Madrid in the final match of their first ever Champions League campaign.