New club record points to 1. FC Union: The Köpenickers have not won four consecutive Bundesliga wins. At FC Stuttgart, they could write history – and forget about poor performances in the Conference League.
On Sunday at 5:30pm, Union Berlin will play the Bundesliga on VfB Stuttgart. The hosts have recently been unbeaten in three consecutive matches – and this is not an easy task for the Berlin team, which is currently fifth in the standings table.
The trip to Feyenoord Rotterdam during the week was in all respects an uncomfortable trip for 1. FC Union. In addition to the poor performance in the 1:3 defeat, the dramatic scenes outside the stadium also caused turmoil and noise. In Stuttgart it is important for Urs Fischer’s team to find their playing streak again and to build on the sometimes outstanding performance in the Bundesliga.
The Köpenickers are in good shape in the national competition. There are currently three wins in a row, and if another win in Stuttgart is added, it will be a new club record. Al Ittihad coach Urs Fischer swaps three times compared to the match in Rotterdam: Nico Geselmann, Genki Haraguchi and Shiraldo Becker all moved to the starting line-up for Timothy Boschacks, Kevin Mohwald and Max Cruz.
Broadcast: October 24, 2021 at 9:45 pm