Location in Millerantor – October 14, 2022

Location in Millerantor - October 14, 2022

FC St Pauli – Derby – Floodlights – Millerntor – Let’s go!

FCSP News

6:30 pm: Kick-off against Hamburger SV

so today.
I won’t chatter for much longer either, but I’ll jot down what there is to read or listen to, so you can whittle down the time until it kick-off in a meaningful way:
Anyone interested in the game Tims. is in preliminary report In good hands Walter-Ball, line-up gimmick – everything is included.
But as everyone knows, a derby is much more than just a game, so there’s also an article from this morning that shows what today’s game is all about – and it’s neither. “Right now!” Even then “If you lose it…!”-Rhetoric needed – but it’s a chance for a title. One for the showcase, but one for the heart: “Beauty of Opportunity”
On the other hand, if you want to be heard, you can do so.”before the game-Conversation” where Casche spoke to Lasse from the HSV podcast. Luca, on the other hand, was a guest Best of All Seconds PodcastWhere this matchday derby is all about.
Also: the current one Stadium newspaper VIVA (PDF) for game day.

If you just want to watch 1m45s and hear what a Derby win means to many greats… HERE: // Twitter

And then there was the favorite housing project:

“Scholz, Dressel, Wustenfeld: First with only tax money”

Jackson Irwin extended contract

extension of contract Jackson Irwin Perhaps yesterday had the desired effect: positive momentum once again swept through the brown-and-white fan spirit on social media. So the time before the derby should have been deliberately chosen.
In terms of content, it was not really necessary until 2024 with the previous term. But his role on the team will probably pay off financially for him now too – good luck to him.
Tim examines the said role and his past path in more detail with us and also looks back on his expectations when they arrive. , Twitter

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league position

The tabular top game grows in Karlsruhe, where KSC (6th place, 17 points) Saturday at 1 pm SV Darmstadt 98 (2nd/24p) receives. Also interesting is the promotion duel in tabular form at the other end of the table :Der 1 FC Magdeburg (15th / 10p) gets Eintracht Braunschweig (12th/12p).
Play live games on Saturday evenings (8.30 pm). Hannover 96 (7th/17p) and our next opponent, armenia bielefeld (18th / 8p).

fan scene news

fan shop opening hours

It is still a bit unusual, but the fan shop is open again on match days, albeit only occasionally with table sales in front of the shop. Open today from 3 PM to 5.30 PM, tickets booked in advance for tonight’s game must be picked up by 4.30 PM.
The following can be picked up, paid for and possibly even bought brand new:

FC St. Pauli from 1910 AD. V

Regional League North (f/m)

women

The table position in the league is still “tough”, with three points from six games, at least Waldorfer SV’s victory in the Hamburger Verbandspokal gave them some confidence.
But the next big part is coming up on Sunday: The SV Henstedt-Ulzberg There is a guest on the field grounds (1.00 pm). Last year they were still in the second division, but SVHU also made one or two departures in the summer with Alina Witt, one of the top goalscorers in recent years, leaving the club for HSV. Vera Homp is actually still there (5 goals so far), but she broke her collarbone in an away game on ETV and will probably be out of the first series altogether. So the main focus in the attack is on Indra Hahn, who is the top scorer in the league with 8 goals. After starting with five victories, the 2:3 loss against Holstein Kiel last weekend was the season’s first loss – perhaps the next defeat will come on Sunday.

men

U23 The currently unsigned left-back signed shortly before match day: Alexander Lungwitz (22), coached in the youth team at FC Bayern and recently under contract with the Würzburger Kickers, will be added due to injuries to Janis Turtschen and Edin Usmanovic. His CV also includes eleven international matches for DFB U17 and U19.
The first chance of action is today at 6 pm, because “Little” Derby then pending. In the newly named “Sportpark Emsbüttel” (see Dontjes) on Hagenbeksstrae, it is up against HSV K II. After twelve games, the hosts have 19 points, while Bhoy has only eleven at the Browns – who then differentiates between “playing comfortably on top” and “fighting for relegation”.
Dauda Belemé (9 goals) and Musa Otuali (6) are particularly close on the scoring, while midfielder Jonah Fabisch has four goals. Even if there is no media attention here, a Derby win would be just as important for the table.

In the U19 DFB Cup

Early highlights of the season for U19s: In the DFB Cup Round of 16, Borussia Dortmund will take place tomorrow (11.00 am, BVB Football Park). It’s hardly going to be more difficult at the moment, as BVB are in first place in the Bundesliga West with 16 points from six matches. Internationally, there have been losses against FC Copenhagen and Manchester City in the UEFA Youth League, but most recently a draw at FC Sevilla and a home win against the same opponent (with a racist insult against a Dortmund player).
FCSP may go into the game as an outsider, but you certainly don’t need to hide and cup… well, you know.
Preview of all NLZ teams’ games is available at fcstpauli.com

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rugby

Here also, the derby is coming up, unlike football we are also talking about the first Bundesliga. Here is the preliminary report, with thanks rugby department,
After a three-year break, the Hamburg derby between our FC St. Pauli and the Hamburg Rugby Club, The last encounter in the ugly 2018/19 season ended in a 12:24 loss and our boys were eventually eliminated, as is well known. That was a long time ago and now you can’t draw any real conclusions about the duel on Saturday. As always, we’ll leave the usual derby blubbering and droning to our black and red semi-pros and prefer to focus on the facts. And there, viewed with restraint, the bottom half of the table plays against the fourth in the table. Of course, this weekend will be a great time for our boys to grab their first win of the season and get some breathing room at the bottom of the table. RK 03 from Berlin are only one place up on the final table rank and they were able to beat HRC last weekend. On the other hand, our guys were able to hold off very well against Viktoria Linden last week and showed that they have come first in the Bundesliga. When they focus and approach the game not only physically but also tactically. So it should be the target for the day after tomorrow and then the first win is also quite realistic. The fact that everyone is highly motivated is not a big deal, of course, the participation and intensity of training during the week was great. So everything is ready for a great game and big derby. it starts Saturday at 3 pm Further admission to our location on Saarlandstrae is free as always.

dontjes

The “Wolfgang Meyer Sports Facility” is now called the “Sportpark Amsbüttel”.

Everyone who is interested in amateur and youth football in Hamburg should be familiar with the name: Wolfgang Meyer. Until recently, the sports facility in Hagenbekstrae was named after him, where HSV’s U23, U19 and U17 play their games, but also the youth teams of Grun-Wei Amsbüttel or the Gentlemen of Inter Adelstadt play or have played. Huh. Apart from this there is also a cycle track/ice rink Stellingen.
Wolfgang Meyer (director of the Realschool St. Pauli in 1910, among others) was not a member of the NSDAP, but there is much evidence of his liberal support for the party throughout his career, which can be read in this article from 2016. , among others: “School under the swastika” (PDF).

The district assembly has now decided on the new name, so the facility should now be called “Sportpark Emsbüttel” in a relatively unexpected way. It is a good thing that this step was taken, which certainly immediately led to a counter-motion by the AfD. It’s a shame that we couldn’t bring ourselves to give the facility a positive name, like the Ulster brothers did with Walter-Wachter-Platz, for example. , Twitter

“Celtic Symphony” reached #1 in the Irish charts, #2 in the UK

oh where do you start?
Well, the Irish women’s national team won the deciding play-off game with a 1-0 scoreline in the World Cup qualifiers in Scotland on Tuesday. There’s always got to be a party—and a video of the celebration in the changing room went viral, with Wolfe Tones’ “Celtic Symphony” thundering through the music system, the team singing “Up the Ra.” , youtube

It was not long before the outcry in Great Britain arrived, especially as the old, white men at the Sky microphone were completely shocked. When the captain also publicly apologized the next day, people asked if the lack of education on the subject was something to do with it. Very strange in a country that could find its own colonial history and especially its role in the Irish conflict more prominently in its own schools.

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Now the romantic scene of the IRA in Ireland and, for example, the Celtic fan scene is a topic that could easily be used to fill in your own articles, but I currently lack the time and inspiration for it . So I’ll leave it to a tweet from Wolfe Tone, as the song easily peaked at #1 in the Irish charts – and is probably already #2 in Great Britain. The Streisand effect and stuff… // Twitter , independent.ie

last but not least

Alexander Nubel is currently under contract with AS Monaco and was scheduled to play for Trabzonspor tomorrow. In the end it was a 4-0 home win, but it was 0-0 until a minute before the break… and then this happened: // Twitter

Forza St. Pauli!
// mike

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