September 2017 - Club
Monday 25.09.2017 - Club
Göttlich: Political dialogue key to stopping far-right fearmongering
The German election result, which saw the rightwing populist AfD enter the Bundestag for the first time, has left its mark on FC St. Pauli. On Monday the club issued a statement through president Oke Göttlich, having already taken a clear stance for tolerance and diversity and against racism and discrimination on election night.
Wednesday 13.09.2017 - Club
Supervisory board lay foundations for continuity and request managing board to stand again
FC St. Pauli will need to make far-reaching strategic decisions in the next few years arising from current developments in the professional game and the club's ability to compete. As an important signal towards ensuring stability, financial solidity and strategic continuity, the club's supervisory board has requested the managing board to stand down at this year's annual general meeting with the aim of standing again for another four-year period of office.