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Second Bundesliga Side Union Berlin Sells Out Suites For '15-16 Season

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 28 / 15

Second Bundesliga side Union Berlin "has sold out its suites for the upcoming season despite an average campaign in '14-15," according to Peter Bock of SPONSORs. It is the first time since the club opened its new main stand in '13 that Union Berlin "sold out its suites." The club is also expected to...

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