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Wuerzburger Kickers. Endo played a cute give-and-go with Gogia before Josip Elez bundled over the former Yokohama winger in the box. From the penalty kick, Gogia stepped up with confidence and chipped the ball straight down the middle.
Patrick Twumasi struck from about 10 yards out against the post, but former Union player Sulejmani poked in the rebound.
Bülter was on hand to put Union back into the lead after 69 minutes, heading in a terrific cross from Becker.
The summer signing bagged his second against his former employers, tucking home from a tight angle following a tidy through ball from Julian Ryerson.
Substitute Tim Maciejewski struck the crossbar with a fantastic curling effort after 85 minutes as the youngster came close to his first since stepping up from the academy.
Fabio Schneider, another academy graduate, made his second appearance at the Alte Försterei for the first-team, replacing Sebastian Griesbeck with about 11 minutes to go.
The name 1. FC Union Berlin was used by two football clubs that shared a common origin as FC Olympia Oberschöneweide , founded in in Oberschöneweide , which by that time was a suburb of Berlin.
The side took on the name SC Union 06 Oberschöneweide in Union was one of Berlin's premier clubs in the interwar period, regularly winning local championships and competing at the national level, including an appearance in the German championship final which they lost 0—3 to Hamburger SV.
Early on, the team was nicknamed "Schlosserjungs" English: metalworker-boys because of their then all blue kit, reminiscent of the typical work clothing worn in the factories of the industrial Oberschöneweide district.
In , German football was reorganized under the Third Reich into 16 top flight divisions known as Gauligen. Oberschöneweide' became part of the Gauliga Berlin-Brandenburg where they generally earned middling, unexceptional results.
They were relegated in and returned to first division play in after only one season's absence. In , the team finished first in Group B of the division and then defeated Blau-Weiss 1—2, 3—0 to win the overall division title.
That advanced the club to the national playoffs where they were put out by Rapid Wien in the opening group round 2—3, 1—3.
Union resumed its place as an unremarkable side. They were relegated again in and played the final war-shortened Gauliga season in — After World War II, occupying Allied authorities ordered the dissolution of all organizations in Germany, including sports and football associations.
A new sport community called SG Oberschöneweide was formed in late and it played in the City League organized immediately after the war which had four regional departments.
The team did not qualify to the newly created Oberliga Berlin I in after a poor season, but was promoted in , won the division title right away and regained club status as SG Union Oberschöneweide during — The club finished the —50 season in second place in Berlin and qualified to take part in the national final rounds.
However, escalating Cold War tensions led Soviet authorities to refuse the team permission to travel to take part. Two Union teams then emerged as most players and coaches fled to the west to form Sport-Club Union 06 Berlin which took part in the scheduled playoff match in Kiel against Hamburger SV , losing 0—7.
The players remaining in the east carried on as SG Union Oberschöneweide while a number of players who had fled to the west to form SC organized a third side called Berliner Ballspiel-Club Südost.
The western team was a strong side until the construction of the Berlin Wall in , drawing huge crowds to matches in the Olympiastadion.
FC Union Berlin in Union managed to win the East German Cup in when they defeated FC Carl Zeiss Jena 2—1 although they lost in their second cup appearance in to 1.
FC Lokomotive Leipzig by a score of 1—5. FC Union Berlin to both home and away matches during the season. After German reunification in , the team continued to perform well on the field, but almost collapsed financially.
They managed to hang on through some tight times and find sponsorship, but only after winning their division in both and and each time being denied a license to play in the 2.
Bundesliga due to their financial problems. The club had another close brush with financial failure in Union again came close to advancing to 2. Bundesliga in —99 and —, but were disappointed.
They were finally successful in —01, under Bulgarian manager Georgi Vasilev , easily winning the Regionalliga Nord III and moving up a division to become the city's second most popular side.
In —09, Union became one of the founding clubs of the new 3. Liga , and its inaugural champion, securing first place and promotion to the 2.
Bundesliga on 10 May. They remained in the 2nd-tier until the —19 season , when they secured their first ever promotion into the Bundesliga after defeating VfB Stuttgart in the play-offs.
The fans invaded the pitch, but no one was harmed. The team is the sixth to win promotion from the 2. Bundesliga by beating the 16th-placed Bundesliga team in the playoff — since it began in the —82 season, the others being Bayer Uerdingen , 1.
FC Saarbrücken , Stuttgarter Kickers , 1. FC Nürnberg and Fortuna Düsseldorf. In SC Union Oberschöneweide forerunner of today's 1.
FC Union Berlin had to find a new home ground as its former pitch had been built over by developers with residential buildings.
The club moved a little further away from the city to the north-western part of the borough of Köpenick. The new stadium was officially opened in August with a match between Oberschöneweide and the then German champions 1.
FC Nürnberg 1—2. The inaugural match in at the Alte Försterei had already been played on 17 March, when Union challenged Viktoria 89 Berlin.
The ground was first expanded in when the Gegengerade terrace was raised, whilst further extensions to the terracing at both ends in the late s and early s increased the capacity furthermore to 22, However, the somewhat spartan facilities at Alte Försterei had quickly begun to show their age and went into a serious decline.
After German reunification , when Union were assigned by the German Football Association to play in the third league, the outdated stadium proved only one of a number of factors that hampered the club's push for promotion to higher leagues.
Money was still tight, and so the fans simply built the ground themselves. More than 2, Union supporters invested , working hours to create what is now regarded as the largest football-specific stadium in Berlin.
Inside the stadium an array of outside beer kiosks and open air grills serving bratwurst and pork steaks at the back of the stand provide the culinary staples.
The official opening on 12 July , was celebrated with a friendly against Scottish Champions Celtic. It holds 22, people with 3, seats.
The rest is terracing. In , the club came up with the idea of inviting their fans to take their own sofas to the ground for the whole of the World Cup, in order to enjoy the televised matches in the company of fellow supporters.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. The club's reserve team , 1. At the end of the —15 season the club withdrew the team from competition.
Union Berlin's women's team was formed in September , becoming the first women's team in Berlin and one of the first in East Germany.
The women's team initially competed against Union Berlin's youth teams due to a lack of opponents, playing their first game on 17 January , losing 7—1.
FC Union Berlin is recognized as one of Europe's "cult" clubs, based on many unique fan and club initiatives over the last two decades.
These nicknames evolved from the earlier sobriquet Schlosserjungs metalworker boys , a reference to the blue kit the Union played in, as it was reminiscent of the overalls worn by local workers.
In May , the supporters raised enough money to secure the club's license for fourth-division football through a campaign called 'Bleed for Union'.
One element of the campaign was that fans donated blood to Berlin hospitals and then gave the money they received from the blood bank to their club.
After , Union Berlin became increasingly attractive for new Berliners, even internationals, who were drawn to the atmosphere at the club.
The club played some identificatory role in the unofficial opposition against the authorities of the communist system.
However, some sources suggest that this is partly a myth and exaggerated. On 27 January , 79 days after the fall of the Berlin Wall , Hertha hosted Union Berlin at the Olympiastadion in a friendly in front of 52, spectators.
Fans of both club's paid for admission in East and West Germany 's respective currencies and sang songs of German reunification as Hertha won 2—1.
Over twenty years later, on 17 September , the duo faced each other for a second time, in their first competitive meeting, at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei, drawing 1—1 in the 2.
An 87th minute Sebastian Polter penalty secured a 1—0 win for Union, in a game temporarily suspended by referee Deniz Aytekin , following fireworks fired by Hertha fans landing amongst Union Berlin fans, as well as on the playing surface.