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Here you will find general information about how to get a ticket for home matches, away matches and the Millerntour.

Tickets for home matches


Please note the following information on ticket sales for home matches:

Generally, we sell tickets in blocks, which means that tickets go on sale for two or three games at the same time. Usually the sale will start after the exact scheduling of the games by the DFL. Tickets will first be offered for purchase to our club members.
Tickets can be ordered by phone and online via Eventim. If there are any tickets left for these games after the members sale, the remaining tickets will go on general sale. These tickets can be purchased from the ticket office at the ground, the call centre (+49-1806-997719) or online via eventim.de. Please use Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer. Other browsers (e.g. Safari) could lead to problems when ordering. General information can be found here.


Greuther Fürth come to the Millerntor on Saturday, 15 December (1300 CET). The visitors received a reduced contingent of 800 standing and 500 seat tickets (Blocks N7 and N6) and have since returned 400 standing and 300 seat tickets, which will now go on sale to home supporters. Standing tickets cost 12.50 euros (concessions 9.50 euros), seats from 28 euros (concessions 22.50 euros).

These tickets will be available for purchase online, by phone or at the Millerntor ticket office (maximum four per person) until Monday, 10 December.

Tickets for the home game against FC Magdeburg have now sold out, though some VIP tickets do remain available.

For the game against Union Berlin on 4 February, there are a few tickets left for the Main Stand in Blocks H1 (33 euros/27.50 euros concessions) and H2 (38 euros/33.50 euros concessions). These tickets are available for purchase by existing customers only. Existing customers are people who have purchased a ticket from us before 31.10.2018 and are thus registered with us.


Tickets for the as yet unscheduled game against Erzgebirge Aue (15 to 18 February) will be available for purchase in the next sales phase.

A list of the games on sale can be found here.

The official ticket exchange (in German) is here.

If you have any questions about tickets for home games, or if you require a login for the online ticket shop, you can reach us by email at kartencenter@fcstpauli.com or telephone on +49 40 31787451 (no ticket orders).



Tickets for away matches

Tickets for the game at VfL Bochum on Monday, 10 December (2030 CET) went on sale to members and season ticket holders on Tuesday, 6 November (1000-1800 CET) and on general sale a day later on Wednesday, 7 November (from 1000 CET). 

We have received 1,200 standing and an adequate number of seat tickets from Bochum. The Fanladen received 300 standing tickets, leaving 900 standing and an adequate number of seat tickets at the ticket office. A total of 350 standing tickets were earmarked for holders of away season tickets (AST), leaving a total of 550 standing tickets available to be sold. Tickets can be purchased online or from the Millerntor ticket office.


  • Standing (Block E1):   €14,50
  • Seats (Block E2):       €27.50

Stadium map


Tickets for the game at SV Darmstadt 98 on Tuesday, 29 January 2019 (2030 CET), can be ordered by anyone living more than 50 km from the Millerntor (irrespective of whether they are members or season ticket holders or not) from 1000 CET on Tuesday, 20 November, by sending an email to auswaertskarten@fcstpauli.com, quoting the following details:

  • Address and telephone number of the recipient
  • Membership/season ticket status, if applicable, including membership or ticket number
  • If you wish to order tickets for other members/season ticket holders, please quote names and membership/ST numbers

At the moment we are unable to say when local ticket sales are likely to commence or what our allocation will be because the stand containing the away section is due to be demolished An announcement will be made here as soon as we know more. The allocation criteria will then be set according to the size of the contingent we receive and the demand for tickets. Members and season ticket holders will be granted priority, of course.


Standing tickets for the game at FC Cologne on Friday, 8 February (1830 CET), will go on sale to members and season ticket holders living 50 km or less from the Millerntor at the ticket office at 0900 CET on Monday, 10 December. There will be no online sale of standing tickets for this game, nor will they go on open sale.

Seat tickets for this game can be ordered by anyone online from Monday, 10 December (0900 CET). Up to eight tickets can be purchased at any one time. On clearance of payment we will group tickets together and dispatch them. We will sell Block N16 first and then Block 15. Once these are sold, we will order tickets in Block O11 and put them on sale. Seats in rows 16 to 31 are price category 1 (PK1) and seats in rows 1 to 15 are price category 2 (PK2).

You will, of course, also be able to buy seat tickets from the Millerntor ticket office as soon as they go on sale.

We have received 1,100 standing and 2,100 seat tickets from Cologne. An additional 1,500 seats are potentially available. Of this number, the Fanladen will receive 375 standing and 300 seat tickets, leaving 725 standing and 1,800 tickets at the ticket office. Of this number, another 350 standing tickets are earmarked for holders of away season tickets (AST), which leaves a total of 375 standing and 1,800 seat tickets available for sale. Those living more than 50 km from the Millerntor, who were able to order tickets from Tuesday, 27 November, will be allocated 187 standing tickets and a similar number of standing tickets will go on sale at the ticket office. As this is clearly not enough, we trust you will understand that we will not be able to satisfy all requests for tickets.


  • Standing (N6): 14.50 euros
  • Standing, concessions (allocated to ASTs and Fanladen): 10 euros
  • Seats, rows 1 to 15: 37.50 euros
  • Seats, rows 16 to 31: 33 euros
  • Wheelchair users (allocated by us direct): 15 euros

Stadium map




Tickets for the stadium tour

Here you will find general information about how to get a ticket for Millerntor stadium tour.

Please note the following information on ticket sales for the Millerntor stadium tour:

A stadium like no other. A stadium tour like no other. Discover the Millerntor - go with us on Millerntour!

Personally, rich in content, different. Experience a stadium tour that looks deeply into the soul of FC St. Pauli. The club, whose mythos fascinates fans all over the world, opens up for you. Our guides, who are deeply rooted both with the club and the district, will take you on a discovery tour through the Millerntor Stadium.

Our Millerntour lives on the stories and facts around FC St. Pauli. In addition, we will take you to places inside the stadium that are normally hidden from you. A stadium full of love and passion, full of tragedy and devotion awaits you!

Tickets for the stadium tour can be purchased here.


Millerntour facts


  • Wednesday to Friday: 12.30, Saturday and Sunday: 10.30

How long?

  • About 100 minutes

What does it cost?

  • Tickets are available for €9.50 and €7 (concessions)

Where does it start?

  • South Stand (Harald-Stender-Platz 1)

Please note that no stadium tours take place on matchdays!


This is the kind of thing you will see on the Millerntour: CLICK!


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