"BATTLE, SNAP AND BE OBNOXIOUS" – BOYS IN BROWN GO TO INGOLSTADT
Markus Kauczinski's side kick off week six in the second division with a trip to FC Ingolstadt on Friday evening (1830 CET). The game is a meeting of two teams aiming to put their most recent performances behind them by returning to winning ways.
KAUCZINSKI: "WE GO TO INGOLSTADT IN GOOD SPIRITS"
FC St. Pauli take on FC Ingolstadt 04 on Friday evening (1830 CET). At today's news conference, head coach Markus Kauczinski fielded questions from the media and looked ahead to the game on his former stomping ground.
DERBY TO BE SCREENED AT THE MILLERNTOR
The first local derby of the season at HSV on Sunday, 30 September, will be shown live at the Millerntor on the advice of the police, who for security reasons had pushed for a public screening to take place. In light of this recommendation, the German Football League has approved a rights exception to allow the game to be shown, and Sky Deutschland has also kindly agreed to the public screening going ahead.
AGAIN NO JOY IN AUE
FC St. Pauli slumped to defeat again on Sunday afternoon, going down 3-1 at Erzgebirge Aue in front of 12,000 spectators at the Erzgebirgsstadion. Henk Veerman restored parity after Dennis Kempe had given the home side an early lead but strikes from Pascal Testroet and Jan Hochscheidt sealed victory for the Saxony outfit.
AUE TRIP IS ALL ABOUT BALANCE
FC St. Pauli go to FC Erzgebirge Aue this Sunday (1330 CET). Both teams will have used the international break to recharge their batteries, iron out any tactical shortcomings, and sharpen their senses. And if the Boys in Brown are to get a result in Saxony, finding the right balance will be crucial.
"WE AIM TO PLAY OUR OWN GAME" – KAUCZINSKI IN THE RUN-UP TO AUE
Bundesliga 2 finally resumes this weekend after a two-week absence. At the club news conference on Friday, head coach Markus Kauczinski talked about the work in training during the international break and the selection headaches he faces before the trip to Erzgebirge Aue.
BIENVENIDOS AL INFIERNO DE ST PAULI!
Piratas del Sur is a St Pauli supporters club formed in 2006 by a few Argentinians interested in football, politics, arts and music. Its members go to games whenever they can, and when they are not in Hamburg they keep themselves busy promoting the club values back home in Argentina.
KICK-OFF APPROACHES FOR SICILY FOOTBALL CAMP!
"Kick the Borders" is the motto for FC St. Pauli and the NGO Projekt Seehilfe e.V. from Monday to Friday next week. A group of representatives from the club's Refugees working group, the FC St. Pauli Rabauken (Little Rascals) and the youth academy are travelling to the Sicilian port city of Syrakus to use the power of football to build bridges, bring together refugees and local people, and draw attention to the precarious situation facing displaced persons when they arrive in Italy.