Regular Contributor and Union Berlin blogger Mark Wilson speaks to a fellow Englishman about adopting a German side, as the two teams prepare to meet this weekend in the 2.Bundesliga.
Regular 1.FC Union contributor Mark Wilson was one of the 74,000 fans in the Olympiastadion to watch the two Berlin sides play a classic derby in the 2.Bundesliga. Here is a summary of the events.
As the 2.Bundesliga restarted this weekend on Matchday 20, 1.FC Union Berlin had cause to celebrate opening a brand-new stand. They added to that by picking up three points on Friday evening. Mark Wilson, our Englishman in Berlin following ‘Eisern’, was also there.
The 2.Bundesliga returns this week and in Berlin, Eisern Union are preparing for Friday’s return with some new signings – and an improvement to their stadium. Felix from the English fan club looks at the ‘Winterpause’ for the club.
In a filler for the January winter break, Mark profiles the club’s captain who is adored by the Union Berlin faithful at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei.
Contributor Mark Wilson casts his eye over the opening half of the campaign for Union Berlin and what can be achieved in the second-part of the season.
Union beaten in seven goal thriller as Lions take pole position. Mark Wilson traveled with the Berliners to the (soon-to-be) league leaders on Monday night. He shares his thoughts on fan culture and of course, the match itself.
1.FC Union fan Mark Wilson tackles the concerning issues surrounding today’s events and the coverage in the German media.