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St Pauli - Further match details and social programme

Around 3,500 tickets have already been sold for the game with lots more expected to go tomorrow and on the day of the game as the club step up the pre-match publicity.

The North Stand, which is normally reserved for away fans, will not be open. A section of the East Stand (Gegengerade) at the northern end of the ground will be reserved for FC fans. There will be no segregation, however. This section is merely a place where FC fans can gather and "do their stuff". Behind the East Stand, towards the North Stand end, there will be a small wooden hut where FC fans can buy their match tickets (standing or seats). Fans are also encouraged to pick up tickets on Friday if they’re already in town.

On Friday evening there will be a party and concert with 4 live bands at the Knust (Feldstrasse/Neuer Kamp, right behind the North Stand) to mark the launch of the centenary CD box (100 songs for 100 years), which FC fans are welcome to attend.

There will be another party there on Saturday night with a concert/DJs, etc. as part of the anti-racism tournament.

After the match supporters and players alike can have a drink at the St Pauli clubhouse.

FC United are aware this information might be a little late for supporters who have travelled early. If you have mates out there already, please try to pass on these details, thanks.

St Pauli v FC United of Manchester, Saturday 15th May 2010, kick off 6pm.

The game is to be played at the Millerntor Stadium, on the Holy Spirit Field, 20359 Hamburg.

A preview of the match and the trip to Hamburg can be found by clicking here. Further match information and details of the social programme can be found here


St Pauli will hold back a contingent of tickets for FC United supporters in a designated section of the ground. These tickets can be purchased on the day of the game and prices are as follows:

Standing: €7 (€5 concessions)
Seats: €13 (€10 concessions)

Match Day

The match will kick off at 6pm. The half-time break will be a little longer than usual to allow the final of St Pauli’s anti-racism tournament to take place in the stadium.

The St Pauli team will include a couple of the club’s current players, one or two second division players and their manager plus a variety of top former players, some of whom have only just retired. Some go back to the 1970s but we are told they are still very fit.


From the A7:
Take exit for Hamburg-Bahrenfeld. Follow Von-Sauer-Strasse to Bahrenfelder Chaussee, then via Stresemannstrasse to Neuer Pferdemarkt, from which you turn into Budapester Strasse, and there you are.

From the A1:
Take exit for ’Zentrum’ (city centre), continuing onto Billhorner Brückenstrasse and still going towards the centre until you come onto Amsinkstrasse. At the ADAC building turn left through the tunnel. Keep straight on onto Ludwig-Erhard-Strasse, which then becomes Willy-Brandt-Strasse. Now follow Millerntordamm, from which you turn into Budapester Strasse.

By public transport - From Hamburg Central Station, take U-Bahn [Underground] line 3 to the St. Pauli stop, or bus lines 36 and 112.


In the next few days commemorative scarves and badges will be available to buy through the online store (time permitting) and also at the game in Hamburg.

We have been given permission to sell our other merchandise at the game including our new away shirt and various new designs of polo shirts.

The Megastall will be making its second Euro expedition.

Original FCUM directions, with Google translations of names:

From the A7 - Exit Hamburg-litter box. About the Von-Sauer-Straße on the stretcher Chaussee. About Stresemannstraße on the New Horse Market, from which it continues on the Budapest Street.

From the A1 - Exit centre. On the Bill Horner Bridge Street toward the centre of the Amsinkstraße. ADAC left through the tunnel. Go straight at the Ludwig-Erhard-Strasse, which turns into the Willy-Brandt-Strasse. Now on the Millerntordamm of which is on the Budapest street.

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First Posted ~ 14:36 Thu 13 May 2010
News ID ~ 2893
Last Updated ~ 21:42 Mon 21 May 2018