September 2018 - Club
Tuesday 18.09.2018 - Club
DERBY TO BE SCREENED AT THE MILLERNTOR
The first local derby of the season at HSV on Sunday, 30 September, will be shown live at the Millerntor on the advice of the police, who for security reasons had pushed for a public screening to take place. In light of this recommendation, the German Football League has approved a rights exception to allow the game to be shown, and Sky Deutschland has also kindly agreed to the public screening going ahead.
Friday 14.09.2018 - Club
KICK-OFF APPROACHES FOR SICILY FOOTBALL CAMP!
"Kick the Borders" is the motto for FC St. Pauli and the NGO Projekt Seehilfe e.V. from Monday to Friday next week. A group of representatives from the club's Refugees working group, the FC St. Pauli Rabauken (Little Rascals) and the youth academy are travelling to the Sicilian port city of Syrakus to use the power of football to build bridges, bring together refugees and local people, and draw attention to the precarious situation facing displaced persons when they arrive in Italy.
Sunday 09.09.2018 - Club
New online ticketing features for home games
Since the start of the season we have been using Eventim's new online shop for the sale of match tickets for home games at the Millerntor. With immediate effect, you can only log in to the online ticket shop using your email address, and not by entering your user name as before. The in-shop secondary market solution also offers new features. i.e. if you have a ticket for an evening kick-off, you can now offer it for sale to another fan online on the day of the game.
Thursday 06.09.2018 - Club
Kick the Borders: FC St. Pauli and NGO Projekt Seehilfe e.V. to organise football camp for refugees in Sicily
Under the motto Kick the Borders, FC St. Pauli are joining forces with the NGO Projekt Seehilfe e.V. to organise a football camp for refugees in Sicily. Taking place in Syrakus from 15 to 22 September, the camp aims to integrate displaced people in local structures, bring them together with the local youth, and offer them a sporting distraction from what can often be a monotonous daily routine.