FC St. Pauli

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St. Pauli
FC StPauli embleem staal.JPG
Full nameFußball-Club St. Pauli von 1910 e.V.
Ground Capacity22,648
ChairmanGermany Stefan Orth
ManagerGermany Timo Schultz
LeagueGerman 2. Bundesliga
2010/11German 1. Bundesliga, 18th relegated
WebsiteClub website

F.C. St. Pauli 1910 is a German sports club which plays in Sankt Pauli quarter of Hamburg/ Germany.[1] It is part of a larger sports club with different sections. 2010 they were promoted to the Bundesliga but were relegated the same season. They play in the 2. German Bundesliga.

sections (range)[change | change source]

Football[change | change source]

Stadium[change | change source]

  • NameMillerntor-Stadion
  • TownHamburg
  • Capacity – 24.487
  • Opening1963

Current squad[change | change source]

Correct as of 26 September 2012[2] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Germany GK Benedikt Pliquett
2 Germany DF Florian Kringe
5 Germany DF Christopher Avevor
6 Germany MF Patrick Funk
7 Germany MF Dennis Daube
8 Germany MF Florian Bruns
9 Germany FW Marius Ebbers
10 Germany MF Christopher Buchtmann
11 Germany FW Daniel Ginczek
13 Germany GK Philipp Tschauner
14 Germany MF Akaki Gogia
15 Ghana MF Joseph-Claude Gyau
16 Germany DF Markus Thorandt
No. Position Player
17 Germany MF Fabian Boll
18 Germany FW Lennart Thy
19 Turkey FW Mahir Saglik
20 Germany DF Sebastian Schachten
22 Germany MF Fin Bartels
23 Germany GK Florian Kirschke
24 Germany GK Florian Mohr
25 Germany MF Kevin Schindler
26 Germany DF Sören Gonther
27 Germany DF Jan-Philipp Kalla
29 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Marcel Andrijanic
30 Germany GK Robin Himmelmann

Coaching staff[change | change source]

Position Name
Head coach Germany André Schubert
Assistant coach Germany Thomas Meggle
Assistant coach Germany Jan-Moritz Lichte
Assistant coach Germany Klaus-Peter Nemet
Goalkeeping coach Germany Mathias Hain
Fitness coach Germany Pedro Gonzalez

Fans[change | change source]

south stand Millerntor stadium

In 2010, FC St. Pauli celebrated 100 years anniversary since the founding of FC Wed Pauli. At present FC holds mostly it's loyal fans, who are very active and come in large numbers both at home and away games. 18auf12 (officially registered fan club) written recorded with the artist Christoph Brüx the Birthdaysong 100 years FC St. Pauli - One Hundred Beers for You.

St. Pauli opens its home matches with "Hells Bells" by AC/DC, and after every home goal "Song 2" by Blur is played.

References[change | change source]

  1. "website of the FC Sankt Pauli". Archived from the original on 2010-11-23. Retrieved 2010-11-16.
  2. "Unsere Profis ☠ FC St. Pauli". FC St. Pauli.

Other websites[change | change source]