On Saturday at 12:00, 1. FC Union Berlin’s under-19s will return to Bundesliga action at home to Chemnitzer FC.
Andre Vilk’s team, which sits up in fourth spot, ran out 4-1 winners in their last fixture at 1. FC Magdeburg. “Looking at the table, an even more dominant game for us might be expected. But Chemnitz are as uncomfortable to play against as Magdeburg. So all our focus is not on readiness and strength but also our technical quality.”
Four days later, in the Berlin-Pokal, Union made little issues out of the match against FC Internationale, running out 6-1 winners.
Chemnitz are without a win so far this season. Last time out, they secured a point against Niendorfer TSV from Hamburg, but at the bottom end of the league, the situation is still precarious.
On Tuesday, some of the side will take part in the final Baltic Sea Cup match against Brondby at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei.