March 2018 - First Team
Friday 30.03.2018 - First Team
KAUCZINSKI: "WE KNOW WHAT'S AT STAKE"
Head coach Markus Kauczinski took time out on Good Friday to talk to the Hamburg media about the key clash against SV Sandhausen. Among the topics covered were his side's league placing, Sunday's opponents and the injury situation.
Wednesday 28.03.2018 - First Team
SANDHAUSEN FACT FILE
After two draws in succession against Braunschweig (0-0) and Kaiserslautern (1-1), the Boys in Brown now entertain SV Sandhausen on Easter Sunday. Ahead of the Millerntor clash we ran the rule over our next opponents and, as usual, have come up with a few facts and figures for you to consider.
Saturday 24.03.2018 - First Team
No fear, no pain and full of zip – Buchtmann is back
After more than three months out of action with osteitis pubis, Christopher Buchtmann is back in full training. Having played through the pain barrier in the first half of the season, the midfielder is delighted to be fit again and ready to play his part in the end-of-season run-in.
Thursday 22.03.2018 - First Team
ZANDER AND NEUDECKER ON TARGET IN 2-1 WIN AT MAINZ
FC St. Pauli beat Bundesliga outfit FSV Mainz 2-1 on Thursday afternoon in a friendly that was only agreed at short notice and therefore held behind closed doors for organisational reasons. Jeremy Dudziak put through his own net after Richard Neudecker had opened the scoring at the Bruchweg Stadium, but Luca Zander restored the advantage just after the break.
Saturday 17.03.2018 - First Team
BOUHADDOUZ PENALTY NOT ENOUGH AS IT ENDS ALL SQUARE AT THE BETZENBERG
FC St. Pauli missed out on making it four wins in a row at the Betzenberg on Saturday afternoon. After substitute Aziz Bouhaddouz had converted a penalty awarded for a last-man foul on Sami Allagui by Jan-Ingwer Callsen-Bracker (red card), the ten men of Kaiserslautern recovered to level the scores through substitute Lukas Spalvis and leave the Boys in Brown highly frustrated.
Friday 16.03.2018 - First Team
BOYS IN BROWN OUT TO EXTEND POSITIVE RUN AT THE BETZENBERG
Before the fourth and last international break of the season – and the seven-game run-in – St. Pauli go to bottom side FC Kaiserslautern on Saturday looking to take all three points. The home side are desperate for a win in their bid to avoid the drop, while the Boys in Brown are hoping to put aside their injury concerns and register their fourth win in succession at the Betzenberg.