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Boys in Brown start season at home against Kiel – first derby in week 3

The German Football League (DFL) released the fixture list for the 2021/22 season on Friday afternoon, with the Boys in Brown kicking off at home game for the first time since 2015. Holstein Kiel are the visitors to the Millerntor on the last weekend of July. The first derby of the season is scheduled for week 3 at the Millerntor, with the return taking place in January.

Week Date Kick-off Home Away
1 24.7 + 25.7   FC St. Pauli Holstein Kiel
2 30.7 - 1.8   FC Erzgebirge Aue FC St. Pauli
3 13.8 - 15.8   FC St. Pauli Hamburger SV
4 20.8 - 22.8   SC Paderborn 07 FC St. Pauli
5 27.8 - 29.8   FC St. Pauli SSV Jahn Regensburg
6 10.9 - 12.9   Hannover 96 FC St. Pauli
7 17.9 - 19.9   FC St. Pauli FC Ingolstadt 04
8 24.9 - 26.9   Karlsruher SC FC St. Pauli
9 1-10 - 3.10   FC St. Pauli Dynamo Dresden
10 15.10 - 17.10   1. FC Heidenheim FC St. Pauli
11 22.10 - 24.10   FC St. Pauli Hansa Rostock
12 29.10 - 31.10   SV Werder Bremen FC St. Pauli
13 5.11 - 7.11   FC St. Pauli SV Sandhausen
14 19.11 - 21.11   SV Darmstadt 98 FC St. Pauli
15 26.11 - 28.11   1. FC Nürnberg FC St. Pauli
16 3.12 - 5.12   FC St. Pauli FC Schalke 04
17 10.12 - 12.12   Fortuna Düsseldorf FC St. Pauli
18 17.12 - 19.12   Holstein Kiel FC St. Pauli
  WINTER BREAK      
19 14.1 - 16.1   FC St. Pauli FC Erzgebirge Aue
20 21.1 - 23.1   Hamburger SV FC St. Pauli
21 4.2 - 6.2   FC St. Pauli SC Paderborn 07
22 11.2 - 13.2   SSV Jahn Regensburg FC St. Pauli
23 18.2 - 20.2   FC St. Pauli Hannover 96
24 25.2 - 27.2   FC Ingolstadt 04 FC St. Pauli
25 4.3 - 6.3   FC St. Pauli Karlsruher SC
26 11.3 - 13.3   Dynamo Dresden FC St. Pauli
27 18.3 - 20.3   FC St. Pauli 1. FC Heidenheim
28 1.4 - 3.4   Hansa Rostock FC St. Pauli
29 8.4 - 10.4   FC St. Pauli SV Werder Bremen
30 16.4 + 17.4   SV Sandhausen FC St. Pauli
31 22.4 - 24.4   FC St. Pauli SV Darmstadt 98
32 29.4 - 30.4   FC St. Pauli 1. FC Nürnberg
33 6.5 - 8.5   FC Schalke 04
FC St. Pauli
34 15.5 15:30 CET FC St. Pauli Fortuna Düsseldorf

REACTION TO THE FIXTURE LIST

Director of sport Andreas Bornemann: "First and foremost, we're happy to be starting the season at home at last and, as a result, ending it at home as well, something we've had to wait five years for. The opening games also give us a taste of what's to come through the entire season – a major challenge every week."

Head coach Timo Schultz: "I'm looking forward to the start against Kiel, Aue and HSV. There could hardly be a more typical start to a second division season. I'd be especially pleased for the fans if the home games could take place with some sort of a crowd. A derby without fans, or with just a limited number, would be a great pity. We'd accept it, though. We're used to it from last season, after all. But before we start focusing on Kiel, Aue and HSV, we have a pre-season to get through first."

Philipp Ziereis: "It's a tough opening programme, but then again every other opening programme would have been a challenge in this league. We're looking forward to the northern clash against Kiel and the derby against HSV at the start. As for Aue, we showed we can win there last season. We're up for it and looking forward to a strong league. We now have four weeks' time to go flat out and get ready for the start."

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TICKET NEWS

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With the fixture list now released, many fans will be asking whether they will be allowed back into the stadium and what the arrangements for season tickets are. This is the subject of intensive discussions and negotiations at the moment. We will make an announcement in this regard early next week. Until then, please be patient. We trust you will understand.



Photo: Witters

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