The Baltic Sea Cup will come to a close on Tuesday November 26 at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei when Danish giants Brondby head to Berlin.
The stadium gates will be open one hour before the 14:00 kick off with free entry for supporters. There seats available in the main stand or a place on the terracing behind the goal.
The results have been mixed for Union in the competition as the young players compete against international opposition. The last home match against Nordsjaelland ended 3-3 while Halmstads took all three points in Sweden. Union ran out 3-2 winners in Aalborg to get the first victory of the competition.
Next week's opposition Brondby have seen off Hertha Berlin previously and lost to Pogon.
The Baltic Sea Cup is competition, which is coordinated by the Danish Football Association. Participants can field a U21 selection, including three first-team players.