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Established
1906 (115 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Alten Försterei
(22,012 Capacity)

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Location
Köpenick, Berlin, Germany

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German Bundesliga
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Upcoming Events
30 Jan 21 Union Berlin  -  Mönchengladbach
06 Feb 21 Mainz  -  Union Berlin
13 Feb 21 Union Berlin  -  Schalke 04
20 Feb 21 Freiburg  -  Union Berlin
28 Feb 21 Union Berlin  -  Hoffenheim

Latest Results
23 Jan 21 Augsburg  2 - 1  Union Berlin
20 Jan 21 RasenBallsport Leipzig  1 - 0  Union Berlin
15 Jan 21 Union Berlin  1 - 0  Leverkusen
09 Jan 21 Union Berlin  2 - 2  Wolfsburg
02 Jan 21 Werder Bremen  0 - 2  Union Berlin

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1. FC Union Berlin is a professional German association football club based in Köpenick, Berlin. The club emerged under the current name in 1966 but can be traced back to 1906, when predecessor FC Olympia Oberschöneweide was founded. Since 2009 they compete in the 2. Bundesliga, the second tier of German football. In 2019, after defeating VfB Stuttgart in the relegation play-offs, Union won promotion to the Bundesliga top flight for the first time in the club's history, for the 2019–20

The home ground Stadion An der Alten Försterei (Stadium by the Old Forester's House) is the largest single-purpose football stadium in the German capital. It has been home to Union Berlin and its forerunners since it was opened in 1920. The stadium became internationally famous for concerts and events like the annual Weihnachtssingen (Christmas Carols Event) and the WM-Wohnzimmer (World Cup Living Room) in 2014.

The club is well known for its enthusiastic and creative fan base and for its chant "Eisern Union" (Iron Union).

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Robert
Andrich
#30



Taiwo
Awoniyi




Sheraldo
Becker
#27



Marius
Bülter
#15



Jakob
Busk
#12



Keita
Endo




Marvin
Friedrich
#5



Christian
Gentner
#34



Rafał
Gikiewicz
#1



Akaki
Gogia
#7



Sebastian
Griesbeck




Florian
Hübner
#19



Marcus
Ingvartsen
#32



Julius
Kade
#26



Loris
Karius




Robin
Knoche




Felix
Kroos
#23



Max
Kruse




Christopher
Lenz
#25



Andreas
Luthe
#1



Yunus
Mallı
#18



Joshua
Mees
#8



Michael
Parensen
#29



Joel
Pohjanpalo




Sebastian
Polter
#9



Grischa
Prömel
#21



Ken
Reichel
#14



Julian
Ryerson
#6



Nico
Schlotterbeck




Keven
Schlotterbeck
#31



Manuel
Schmiedebach
#24



Neven
Subotic
#3



Cedric
Teuchert
#36



Christopher
Trimmel
#28



Anthony
Ujah
#11


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Stadium or Home

Stadion An der Alten Försterei (English: Stadium at the old forester's house) is a football stadium in Köpenick and the largest single-purpose football stadium in the German capital of Berlin. It has been home to football club 1. FC Union Berlin and its forerunners since it was opened in 1920.

The stadium's capacity was last redeveloped in 2009 and expanded in 2013. Some of the redevelopment work was carried out by over 2,300 Union Berlin supporters volunteering their services. During league matches the arena features a total capacity of 22,012 including 3,617 seats whilst the rest of the ground remains terracing.

The stadium became also known for events like the annual "Weihnachtssingen" (Christmas Carols Event) and the "WM-Wohnzimmer" (World Cup Living Room) in 2014.

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