For the first time in their club history, 1. FC Union Berlin will compete in the UEFA Europa League. To mark the occasion, Union’s official men’s outfitter CG – CLUB of GENTS has created an exclusive suit for the players to wear whilst off the pitch during the European competition.
The suit will make its debut around the first Europa League group match on 08.09.2022 at the Alte Försterei against Belgian league runners-up Royale Union Saint-Gilloise.
The brand new Union suit combines a classic dark design, a sporty cut and features several finely crafted Union elements. The inner lining, patterned with various Union slogans, is complemented by contrasting red seams. The buttons are engraved with the battle cry “Eisern Union” and is completed by a red and white pin with the UNVEU logo on the left collar.
The trousers are turned-up and have an elasticated waistband. The fabric composition and the comfortable-modern cut make the new Union suit perfect both for official occasions, and for the team’s travels through Europe.
For all those who too would like to travel in the style of their heroes on the pitch, the new Union suit is available now at the price of 399.90 euros at www.cg.fashion/union-berlin. The jacket (269.95 euros) and trousers (129.95 euros) can of course also be purchased separately.
About CG – CLUB of GENTS:
CG – CLUB of GENTS has been the premium sponsor and official men’s outfitter of 1. FC Union Berlin since the summer of 2021. For the first time, last year, the Union team was dressed in suits from the Franconian town of Hersbruck for their appearances in the UEFA Europa Conference League. For their historic entry into in the Europa League, a specially created Union suit is now available to be purchased for the first time. Those who would like to take a closer look at the suit before ordering can do so in the Zeughauses in Bahnhofstraße and the Ring-Center.
Special days are also planned where CG’s experts will be on hand to offer advice to all suit wearers, and all those Unioner who want to become one.