After the Verbandsliga title in 2016/17 the Irons‘ U16s competed in the Regionalliga North-East for the first time ever in 2017/18.
Ken Reichel has returned to his home city, signing a two-year-deal with 1. FC Union Berlin.
1. FC Union Berlin have completed the signing of Polish goalkeeper Rafal Gikiewicz from Bundesliga side SC Freiburg.
Florian Hübner has completed his move from Bundesliga side Hannover to 1. FC Union Berlin and bolsters our defensive options for the coming season.
Swedish striker Sebastian Andersson is the first signing of the close season for 1. FC Union Berlin.
1. FC Union Berlin have ended the 2017/18 2.Bundesliga season at the top of the fair play table and have bagged an extra 25,000 EUR.
It is fairly straightforward to divide the U17’s 2017/18 Bundesliga North/North-East campaign into two: the first and second half of the season.
Our two-week reservation phase for existing season ticket holders came to an end on Thursday. Now the second phase of sales begin for members without a season ticket.
Since 2011, the weekly magazine Fußball-Woche and the Berlin Football Federation have celebrated the best player (male and female) in Berlin.
1. FC Union Berlin have been draw against FC Carl Zeiss Jena in the first round of the DFB Pokal. The clash in Thüringen will be scheduled between August 17-20, 2018.
At the Annual General Meeting of 1. FC Union Berlin in November 2017, a majority voted to adjust the conditions of the membership fee regulations in order to provide economic relief for Union members old and young.
After defeating Sachsensring Zwickau in the quarterfinal, then city rivals Vorwärts Berlin in the semi-final, 1. FC Union Berlin met the reigning East German champion Carl Zeiss Jena in Halle, with the FDGB Cup – East Germany’s major cup competition – up for grabs. Union had never beaten Jena in their history.
1. FC Union Berlin and our Italian manufacturer Macron can present the new home shirt for the upcoming 2.Bundesliga 2018/19 season.
1. FC Union Berlin will line up for the first time in season 2018/19 against Carl Zeiss Jena to celebrate half a century since the club won the FDGB Pokal - the East German Cup.
1. FC Union Berlin have appointed Urs Fischer as the club’s new head coach. The Swiss trainer has signed a contract until 30.06.2020, which is both valid for the Bundesliga and 2.Bundesliga.
Last Saturday, 1. FC Union Berlin invited their partners and sponsors to our traditional Union Sponsors Cup.
Dennis Daube, Toni Leistner, Stephan Fürstner and Daniel Mesenhöler will leave 1. FC Union Berlin at the end of their contracts as a summer of change continues in Köpenick.
Steven Skrzybski has completed his transfer from 1. FC Union Berlin to Bundesliga side FC Schalke 04.
Left-back Kristian Pedersen has left 1. FC Union Berlin to join English Championship side Birmingham City.
1. FC Union Berlin continues to grow and can count on the support of 20,000 club members for the first time in our history.