FC St. Pauli

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Since its foundation in 1910, FC St. Pauli has been based at Heiligengeistfeld and quickly developed a deep connection to what is probably Germany's most famous neighbourhood and its residents.

FC St. Pauli's matches at the Millerntor have a special character and make the club a place of pilgrimage for national and international fans. In Germany alone, the club has more than 25 million "sympathisers".

Nowhere else in Germany is fan life as colourful as at the Millerntor, FC St. Pauli's home ground. Here, fans from all walks of life share the stands, cheer loudly for their team and do pioneering work such as writing the stadium rules (the first professional club to ban discriminatory behaviour).

The skull and crossbones, the club's unmistakable trademark and now the club's logo, also owes much to the fans. Their solidarity and passion for their club and their team, as well as the emphasis they place on their own values, makes being a fan a true philosophy of life.

FC St. Pauli is particularly popular in England, the home of football. Many English fans now prefer to fly to Hamburg for a weekend and attend a home game of FC St. Pauli rather than watch an overpriced Premier League match.


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