November 2022 - First Team
Wednesday 16.11.2022 - First Team
Bornemann: "No one is satisfied"
The 4-4 draw at Karlsruhe saw the Boys in Brown end the first half of the season on 17 points and enter the winter break in 15th place. On Tuesday, director of sport Andreas Bornemann and head coach Timo Schultz spoke to the media at length about the developments of the last few months and the forthcoming analysis of the on-pitch situation.
Saturday 12.11.2022 - First Team
SCHULTZ XI END YEAR WITH EIGHT-GOAL THRILLER AT KARLSRUHE
FC St. Pauli drew 4-4 in a thrilling encounter at Karlsruher SC on Saturday afternoon. Schleusener and Wanitzek gave the home side an early 2-0 lead before Eggestein pulled one back, only for Schleuser to restore Karlsuhe’s two-goal advantage. Yet goals from Eggestein and Smith drew the Boys in Brown level before the interval. Kaufman put KSC back in front after the restart, but Daschner restored parity once again and the final game of the year eventually ended all square.
Monday 07.11.2022 - First Team
Schultz: “The fans can look forward to a game that will hopefully go end to end”
In a two-match week that brings an end to the first half of the season, the Boys in Brown entertain Holstein Kiel on Tuesday evening (18.30 CET) before travelling to Karlsruhe this Saturday (13 CET). In the run-up to the final home game of the year, head coach Timo Schultz took questions from the Hamburg media.
Saturday 05.11.2022 - First Team
FC ST. PAULI SUFFER DEFEAT AT FORTUNA DÜSSELDORF
FC St. Pauli suffered defeat at Fortuna Düsseldorf on Saturday (5 November). Watched by a crowd of 35,000, the game ended 1-0 to Fortuna. The goal, which came after 22 minutes, was scored by former Boys in Brown player Rouwen Hennings. Betim Fazliji was shown the red card by referee Frank Willenborg for serious foul play in the 59th minute.
Friday 04.11.2022 - First Team
UPBEAT BOYS IN BROWN COMMENCE RUN-IN AT FORTUNA DÜSSELDORF
Three games left to go to the winter break. On Saturday (kick-off: 13.00 CET), the Boys in Brown guest at Fortuna Düsseldorf, who boast a decent home record. The Schultz XI go to North-Rhine Westphalia buoyed by the performance in the 1-1 draw against league leaders Darmstadt last time out.