1. FC Union Berlin will play a home friendly during the international break against Holstein Kiel on Wednesday November 13 at 17:30.
Season Review: Union in good form, Kiel mid-table
Urs Fischer's team have continued their good run of form in recent weeks, securing the club's first-ever away win in the Bundesliga on Saturday at Mainz. Sebastian Andersson, who will join up with the Swedish national team this week, scored two goals after Daniel Brosinski's own goal gave the Köpenick club the lead. Union are 11th in the Bundesliga with 13 points after 11 games and a DFB Pokal Last 16 match to look forward to in February against SC Verl.
Meanwhile, Holstein Kiel's fortunes have been fairly mixed so far. Our cup opponents Verl knocked Kiel out of the German Cup on penalties last month, while the league form hasn't been so impressive. Andre Schubert was given the keys to the job following Tim Walter's move to VfB Stuttgart, but former Borussia Mönchengladbach coach was relieved from his job early on.
Kids are entitled to free admission
Areas open will be as follows: the main stand (Section 1, Seats), Waldseite (Section 2, Standing) and the away section (5).
Standing tickets are available for 5 Euro*, seats can be booked from 10 Euro*.
Children up to and including 12 years are entitled to free admission. For the seats in the main stand, up to 3 tickets for children can be purchased free of charge in conjunction with the purchase of a full-paying adult ticket. There is no requirement for a children's ticket in sections 2 & 5.
The stadium opens at 13:00. The car park will be open at the main stand although there will be limited spaces. You can park your car for 4EUR per vehicle.
*All prices are inclusive of VAT, online and handling fees.