{} }
Zum Inhalt springen

BOYS IN BROWN KICK OFF IN BIELEFELD – HOME DERBY IN SEPTEMBER

The fixture list is out! The German Football League (DFL) released the schedule for the 2019-20 season on Friday lunchtime. Apart from the final two matchdays, the only fixed kick-off time announced is the one for the opening game between VfB Stuttgart and Hannover 96. The Boys in Brown begin the campaign with a trip to Arminia Bielefeld on the final weekend of July before hosting Greuther Fürth in the opening game in early August. The home derby against HSV is scheduled for mid-September, with the reverse fixture taking place in February. Here's the full fixture list at a glance:

Round

Date

Kick-off

Home

Away

1

27.7-29.7

-

Arminia Bielefeld

FC St. Pauli

2

2.8-5.8

-

FC St. Pauli

SpVgg Greuther Fürth

3

16.8-19.8

-

VfB Stuttgart

FC St. Pauli

4

23.8-26.8

-

FC St. Pauli

Holstein Kiel

5

30.8-2.9

-

Dynamo Dresden

FC St. Pauli

6

13.9-16.9

-

FC St. Pauli

Hamburger SV

7

20.9-23.9

-

VfL Osnabrück

FC St. Pauli

8

27.9-30.9

-

FC St. Pauli

SV Sandhausen

9

4.10-7.10

-

1. FC Nürnberg

FC St. Pauli

10

18.10-21.10

-

FC St. Pauli

SV Darmstadt 98

11

25.10-28.10

-

1. FC Heidenheim

FC St. Pauli

12

1.11-4.11

-

FC St. Pauli

Karlsruher SC

13

8.11-11.11

-

FC St. Pauli

VfL Bochum

14

22.11-25.11

-

FC Erzgebirge Aue

FC St. Pauli

15

29.11-2.12

-

FC St. Pauli

Hannover 96

16

6.12-9.12

-

SSV Jahn Regensburg

FC St. Pauli

17

13.12-16.12

-

FC St. Pauli

SV Wehen Wiesbaden

18

20.12-22.12

-

FC St. Pauli

Arminia Bielefeld

 

Winter break

 

 

 

19

28.1-30.1

-

SpVgg Greuther Fürth

FC St. Pauli

20

31.1-3.2

-

FC St. Pauli

VfB Stuttgart

21

7.2-10.2

-

Holstein Kiel

FC St. Pauli

22

14.2-17.2

-

FC St. Pauli

Dynamo Dresden

23

21.2-24.2

-

Hamburger SV

FC St. Pauli

24

28.2-2.3

-

FC St. Pauli

VfL Osnabrück

25

6.3-9.3

-

SV Sandhausen

FC St. Pauli

26

13.3-16.3

-

FC St. Pauli

1. FC Nürnberg

27

20.3-23.3

-

SV Darmstadt 98

FC St. Pauli

28

3.4-6.4

-

FC St. Pauli

1. FC Heidenheim

29

11.4-13.4

-

Karlsruher SC

FC St. Pauli

30

17.4-20.4

-

VfL Bochum

FC St. Pauli

31

24.4-27.4

-

FC St. Pauli

Erzgebirge Aue

32

2.5-4.5

-

Hannover 96

FC St. Pauli

33

10.5

1530 CET

FC St. Pauli

SSV Jahn Regensburg

34

17.5

1530 CET

SV Wehen Wiesbaden

FC St. Pauli

_____

Director of sport Andreas Bornemann: "It's a tough start to the campaign, especially when you consider that in VfB Stuttgart and HSV we'll face not one but two of the alleged big four in the first six games. The northern clash against Holstein Kiel is a big ask as well. In Arminia Bielefeld we're up against a team who achieved stability last year with a very good second half of the season. Newly promoted VfL Osnabrück will start the season on a roll brought about by the euphoria of going up. Dynamo Dresden are a side who had hoped to do better last season and will be sure to go into the new campaign targeting more."

 

Photo: Witters

 


Congstar
Under Armour
Astra
Levi's
Under Armour
Jack Daniel's