After toasting Sunday’s home win over Borussia Mönchengladbach, 1. FC Union Berlin will have the chance to rest up during the international break. For five of Union’s first-team squad, competitive action is still on their minds with World Cup qualifiers in the next fortnight. The remainder of the squad will get the opportunity to collect minutes on the park on Wednesday at 17:00 at the Hans-Zoschke-Stadion when Union head to Lichtenberg 47.
Lichtenberg 47: Opposition Report
SV Lichtenberg 47 are currently competing in Germany’s fourth division, the Regionalliga Nordost (North-Northeast). After eight matches this season, the Berliners are in 16th with five points on the board. Due to the impact of the pandemic, the league is up to 20 teams but will return to its usual format of 18 clubs. This means that, taking all things into consideration, there could be between three and six relegated teams this season.
Tickets for the match are available from the online store for Lichtenberg. Please follow the health and safety protocols in place.