Union Berlin lead the Bundesliga for the first time

Union Berlin lead the Bundesliga for the first time

Union Berlin finished fifth in the Bundesliga last season

Union Berlin took the lead in the German Bundesliga for the first time in its history, beating Cologne.

An early own goal from Timo Hubers separated the sides, before Union’s Jordan Siebatcheu earned a 10th-minute penalty saved by Marvin Schwabe.

The home side were reduced to 10 men with nine minutes remaining when Luca Kilian received a second yellow card.

Unbeaten Union secured the top spot after Freiberg were held to a draw by Borussia Mönchengladbach.

But it’s Urs Fischer’s side who lead the table after six matches, ahead of teams such as champions Bayern Munich who are third and Borussia Dortmund in fifth.

Union also compete in the Europa League after missing out on Champions League qualification by just one point last season.



Training 4-2-3-1

  • 20Swabia
  • 2SchmitzReplaced bySchindlerat 62′minutesBooked at 72 mins
  • 15KilianBooked at 81 minutes
  • 4Huber
  • 3PedersenBooked at 54 minsReplaced byLjubicicat 62′minutes
  • 28Skiri
  • 6Hammer
  • 37MaineReplaced byadamianat 85′minutes
  • 14Hector
  • 11KainzReplaced byThielmannat 75′minutes
  • 33DietzReplaced bytigersat 45′minutes


  • 1Horn
  • 5Pay
  • sevenLjubicic
  • 8Huseinbasic
  • 17Schindler
  • 18Duda
  • 21tigers
  • 23adamian
  • 29Thielmann

Union Berlin

Training 3-5-2

  • 37Grill
  • 3Jackel
  • 31bonesBooked at 53 mins
  • 4Monteiro Pinto Leite
  • 28Trimmel
  • 13SchaeferReplaced bySeguinat 89′minutes
  • 8Khedira
  • 19He hadReplaced byPantovicat 64′minutes
  • 6Ryerson
  • 27BeckerReplaced bymichaelat 75′minutes
  • 45SiebatcheuReplaced byBehrensat 75′minutes


  • 11michael
  • 12jensen
  • 14Seguin
  • 17Behrens
  • 21Skarké
  • 23Gießelmann
  • 25Baumgartl
  • 32Pantovic
  • 40Leweling

Benjamin Cortus


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