1. FC Union Berlin will host the reigning Serie A champions SSC Napoli to Berlin's Olympiastadion for their second home match in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday, 24 October 2023. The match will kick off at 21:00, with the stadium opening its gates at 18:30.
1. FC Union Berlin’s women’s team won their eighth victory in eight Regionalliga Nordost matches on Sunday, beating Magdeburger FFC 5-0. The goals were shared between Athanasia Moraitou, Sarah Abu Sabbah and Cristina Maria Lange, the latter two bagging a brace each.
1. FC Union Berlin lost 3-0 at home to the high-flying VfB Stuttgart on Saturday afternoon, dropping to 14th in the table. They had come back at their guests, particularly during a furious second half, but it was the first half goal from Serhou Guirassy, followed by those from Katompa-Mvumpa Silas
Following the international break, the players and fans of 1. FC Union Berlin can finally celebrate a return to the Bundesliga as they host VfB Stuttgart in their eighth game of the season so far. Kick off at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei is at 15:30.
On Sunday, 22 October 2023, 1. FC Union Berlin’s high-flying women’s team will host Magdeburger FFC in their eighth game of the Regionalliga Nordost season. Kick off at the Fritz-Lesch-Sportplatz in Dörpfeldstraße is at 14:00
On Wednesday, 08.11.2023, 1. FC Union Berlin will travel to Naples to play their second away match in the UEFA Champions League. SSC Napoli will provide just under 2,500 tickets in the visitors' block for the match.
On Tuesday, 24 October 2023, 1. FC Union Berlin will play their second home match in the UEFA Champions League when they face SSC Napoli.
On Saturday, 04.11.2023, 1. FC Union Berlin will host Eintracht Frankfurt at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei. The draw for Union members without a season ticket starts on Friday (20.10.2023)
The next international highlights lie ahead of 1. FC Union Berlin's U19's on Tuesday as they face Napoli in the second game of their inaugural season in the UEFA Youth League. Kick off at the Alte Försterei is at 15:00
The women's team of 1. FC Union Berlin beat 1. FFV Erfurt 9-0 on matchday seven of the Regionalliga Nordost. Sarah Abu Sabbah scored a brace in both halves while Maria Cristina Lange got one in the second, and they were joined on the scoresheet by Dina Orschmann, Sophie Trojahn and Nour Youssef.
This coming Sunday, 15.10.2023, the professional women's team of 1. FC Union Berlin will be guests of 1. FFV Erfurt as part of the 7th matchday of the Regionalliga Nordost. The match will kick off at 2pm at the main pitch Johannesplatz in Erfurt.
Union Striker Zita Rurack will be temporarily unavailable for Union’s women'sl team, after the 19-year-old suffered an ankle injury in the 13-0 home win over recently promoted Berolina Mitte.
FuMA (the fan and members department) will host the next fan meeting on Tuesday, 17. October 2023.
After midfielder Alex Král was substituted during 1. FC Union Berlin's Bundesliga match against Borussia Dortmund last Saturday, further examinations have revealed that the 25-year-old will be temporarily out of action.
Ten players from the ranks of 1. FC Union Berlin’s Bundesliga squad are delighted to have again been called up to their national teams for the upcoming international break.
The 9th matchday of the Bundesliga season sees 1. FC Union Berlin travel to Bremen on Saturday, 28 October 2023. Advance ticket sales for will start on Tuesday, 10.10.2023 at 12:00
1. FC Union Berlin’s women’s team thrashed SV Blau Weiss Berolina Mitte 13-0, winning their sixth match of six in the Regionalliga Nordost. Maria Christina Lange scored five, captain, Lisa Heiseler, four, and they were joined on the scoresheet by Sarah Abu Sabbah, Sophie Trojahn, Dina Orschmann and Athanasia Moraitou.
The Annual General Meeting of 1. FC Union Berlin e.V. took place this Sunday (08.10.2023) at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei.
Union suffered another loss, at home to Borussia Dortmund, on Saturday afternoon, despite having lead at the end of a chaotic first half that was as wild with intensity as it was intrigue, with two goals being ruled out by the video assistant, and Union also being given a penalty.
The German Football Association (DFB) have scheduled the second round of the DFB Pokal