November 2018 - All
Friday 30.11.2018 - First Team
BOYS IN BROWN OUT TO STEP UP A GEAR AGAINST DRESDEN AS FANS PROTEST
FC St. Pauli entertain Dynamo Dresden in their third-last home game of the year this Saturday (kick-off: 1300 CET). The Boys in Brown go into the game looking to extend their unbeaten home record against the Saxons at the Millerntor, which will be unaccustomedly quiet during the first half due to a silent protest by the fans.
Thursday 29.11.2018 - First Team
Dresden fact file
In the month of December, Bundesliga 2 enters the final stretch before the winter break. For the Boys in Brown there are 12 points at stake in three home games and the trip to Bochum. This Saturday, Dynamo Dresden are the visitors to the Millerntor. As usual, we've taken a closer look at our next opponents.
Monday 26.11.2018 - First Team
KAUCZINSKI: "A LOT OF THINGS CAME TOGETHER"
Head coach Markus Kauczinski had aimed to pull the plug on Jahn Regensburg's pressing machine by fielding a two-man attack. His plan didn't come off quite as well as he wanted, however, as he told the Hamburg media a day after the 1-1 draw.
Sunday 25.11.2018 - First Team
LATE EQUALISER SPOILS REGENSBURG PARTY
In Sunday's crunch match between two of the chasing pack the Boys in Brown secured a 1-1 draw at SSV Jahn Regensburg. Henk Veerman opened the scoring on 39 minutes in front of a sell-out 15,210 crowd at the Continental Arena, only for Sebastian Stolze to level just before the end.
Saturday 24.11.2018 - First Team
RETURN TO REGENSBURG UNDER TOTALLY DIFFERENT CIRCUMSTANCES
Remember 21 April? If you don't, even though it's not that long ago, allow us to jog your memory. With four games left to go last season, the Boys in Brown went to SSV Jahn Regensburg with the threat of relegation looming large. The home side, in contrast, sat fourth and had justified hopes of completing an uninterrupted ascent from the third to the top tier. After the game, nothing had changed. On a day to forget, Markus Kauczinski's side had Sami Allagui and Cenk Sahin sent off in a crushing 3-1 defeat that inched them ever closer to the brink, while Regensburg's promotion dreams remained very much alive.