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  • FC St Pauli
    Official FC St. Pauli Homepage

    The official club website. With information on the Professional Teams, Stadium, Media, Sponsors, Events, Sports Departments and AFM, along with Match Schedules and Results/Reports.

    Club Official
    FC St Pauli
  • FC St Pauli
    Official FC St. Pauli Ticket News

    The official club ticket news.

    Club Official
  • Fanladen
    Fanladen St. Pauli

    Thinking of going to a game or supporting the club from outside of Germany? These guys are your first port of call. Amazing service run by a hugely dedicated group of Sankt Pauli residents and fans.

    Club Official
  • 1910 Museum
    "A club like no other deserves a museum like no other"
    The non-profit association "1910 V Museum for FC St. Pauli" is committed to a new club museum at the Millertor stadium.
    The association organises exhibitions and events to inform supporters FC St. Pauli's history.
    Importantly, it is possible to support the Museum (and the club) by signing up for "Passive Membership" for €24/year.
    Two links are provided below
    Club Official
  • AFM
    Support the club by becoming a member, key benefits include (FCSP gives full details):
    • Invitation to the AGM and to vote (after three months of membership aged 16+ years)
    • free subscription of the club magazine "Focus"
    • discounts for travel and club shop (limited to €250/year)
    Costs €16/qtr plus €10 one-off admin fee. Contact FCSP directly on for info
    Club Official
  • Fanclubsprecherrat

    The FanClubSprecherrat unites officially registered St. Pauli fan clubs together so that, collectively, the fan clubs combine to support the club.

    Club Official
  • Live Ticker

    Live Scores/Commentary for any St. Pauli game in progress

    Club Official
    Live Ticker
  • Yorkshire
    Yorkshire St. Pauli

    A great source for news and other interesting articles. Inspirational Fanclub (with frequent mentions on BT Sport) established in 2011.

  • St Pauli Shop
    FCSP Shop

    FC St. Pauli Fan-Shop stocked full of merchandise.

    Shopping,Club Official
    St Pauli Shop
  • St Pauli London
    St. Pauli - London

    London St Pauli is full of friendly folk who host live matches at the Zeitgeist Pub near Vauxhall Station

  • Dublin St Pauli
    FC St. Pauli Supporters Club Dublin

    Dublin St Pauli hosts live games on O'Connell Street and is another source of news via Facebook.

  • Ubersteiger
    Übersteiger Blog

    Fanzine of FC St. Pauli established in 1993.

  • UK Forum
    FC St.Pauli - UK Forum

    English-language news and discussion related to Sankt Pauli.

  • Athens
    Athens South End Scum

    Athens FCSP Fan Club founded in 2011

  • Bundesliga Fanatic
    Bundesliga Fanatic

    Bundesliga Fanatic has long been a great read for everyone interested in German football

    Bundesliga Fanatic
  • New York
    East River Pirates New York

    FC St. Pauli NYC (aka The East River Pirates) supporters club was non-established in 2008

    New York
  • Fanräume

    Fan Club Rooms located in the Millerntor Stadium

    Club Official
  • Brazil
    St Pauli Brasil

    Brazil FCSP Fanclub

  • Italy
    St Pauli Club Zena

    Italian FCSP Fan Club founded 2004

  • Outside Left
    Outside Left Blog

    Blog for Nick Davidson (the writer of the much recommended Pirates, Punks and Politics) about football, including FC St. Pauli.

    Outside Left
  • Rock n Shop
    Hamburg-based online shopping selling many St. Pauli products, including the delicious Sankt Pauli Brown Sauce. Overseas shipping available and very handy for Xmas and Birthdays.
    Rock n Shop
  • Stand
    Stand Against Modern Football

    A fanzine that gives the opportunity for like-minded people to take a considered look at the state of the game. It introduces and investigates alternatives to negative aspects of modern football and to bring together disaffected fans.

  • Supporters Not Customers
    Supporters not Customers

    Some great articles, like how does the Bundesliga really compare to the Premier League when it comes to ticket prices? With an infographic comparing the differences between German and England football

    Supporters Not Customers
  • Play Fair Qatar
    Play Fair Qatar

    In 2022 Qatar will host the World Cup, taking the tournament to the Middle East for the first time. This has sparked a major construction frenzy in the world’s richest country as it prepares to host its most glamorous event to date. Unfortunately, for the workers building World Cup stadiums in Qatar, the reality is far from glamorous…

    Play Fair Qatar
  • Frack Off
    Threats to Sussex under Shale Oil and Gas exploration
    Frack Off
  • Brighton Source
    Brighton Source Magazine

    A happening "What's Happening?" guide to Brighton

    Brighton Source
  • Belgium St Pauli
    Belgium St Pauli

    Fanclub based in Sint-Truiden, Belgium established in 2017

    Belgium St Pauli
  • Glasgow St Pauli
    Glasgow St Pauli

    Fanclub based in Glasgow established in 2017

    Glasgow St Pauli
  • Calgary St Pauli
    Calgary FC St. Pauli

    Fanclub based in Calgary established in 2017

    Calgary St Pauli
  • St. Pauli Fanclub Catalunya
    St. Pauli Fanclub Catalunya

    Fanclub based in Barcelona, Catalunya established in 2013

  • Derby St Pauli
    Derby FCSP

    Fanclub based in Derby established in 2017

    Derby St Pauli
  • Mancherster St Pauli
    Manchester St. Pauli

    Fanclub based in Manchester established in 2017

    Mancherster St Pauli
  • St Pauli Toronto
    St. Pauli Toronto

    Fanclub based in Toronto, Canada established in 2016

    Toronto St Pauli
  • St Pauli Indianapolis
    F.C. St. Pauli - Indianapolis

    Fanclub based in Indianapolis, USA established in 2015

    Indianapolis St Pauli
  • Viva Con Agua
    Viva Con Agua

    Network of people and organisations commited to establish access to clean drinking water and basic sanitation for all humans worldwide

    Viva Con Agua
  • Hummingbird Project
    Hummingbird Project

    The Hummingbird Project is a Brighton based organisation. We provide aid and solidarity to refugee and unaccompanied minors as they flee from conflict and settle in new countries. The project was formed in 2015 to provide aid to refugees in the ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais.

    Hummingbird Project
  • Thousand 4 1000
    Thousand for 1000

    Community response to enforced homelessness among forced migrants. Be one of 1000s to give as little as £1/month and help provide secure homes for some of the most marginalised people in our community.

    Thousand 4 1000
  • Hummingbird Project
    Brighton and Hove City of Sanctuary

    City of Sanctuary is a national network, a movement of local groups made up by businesses, community organisations and individuals, all with one thing in common; their belief that sanctuary seekers should be welcomed, and that their contribution to society should be celebrated.

    Hummingbird Project
  • Football Supporters Europe
    Football Supporters Europe

    The Football Supporters Europe network (FSE) is an independent, representative and democratically organised grass-roots network of football fans' in Europe with members in currently 48 countries across the continent.

    Football Supporters Europe
  • Minibar St Pauli
    Minibar St Pauli

    FCSP bar in Copenhagen

    Minibar St Pauli
  • Lampedusa
    Lampedusa St Pauli

    Football club founded with players from the Lampedusa Refugee Group in Hamburg, the West Afrcican migrants, who worked for years in Libya until they had to flee from violence and war across the Mediterranean Sea to the Italian island of Lampedusa

  • FCSP Handball
    FCSP Handball

    FCSP Department Handball Club

    Club Official
  • FCSP Rugby
    FCSP Rugby

    FCSP Department Rugby Club

    Club Official
  • FCSP Chess
    FCSP Chess

    FCSP Department Chess Club

    Club Official
  • FCSP Triathlon
    FCSP Triathlon

    FCSP Department Triathlon Club

    Club Official
  • FCSP Cycling
    FCSP Cycling

    FCSP Department Cycling Club

    Club Official
  • BSP Calendar

    St Pauli Fixtures

    The Google calendar, maintained by Brighton St Pauli, is available in iCal format. Press the icon for the option to link on SmartPhone / Computer devices. iCal
  • World Map

    Interactive Map

    Great resource for all things St Pauli around the world, curated by @Accattone06 we love this page!! Google Map
  • Wordpress

    Blog Admin

    News is from an embedded wordpress site which can be accessed here Wordpress Site
  • AFC Uckfield
    A.F.C. Uckfield Town
    Formed in 2014 with the merger of Uckfield Town and AFC Uckfield, the Oakmen play their home games at the Oaks on Eastbourne Road, Uckfield, East Sussex.
    AFC Uckfield
  • Vardeanians
    AFC Varndeanians F.C.
    Formed in 1929 as Old Varndeanians when Secondary Old Boys club decided only to accept former Varndean School players. Renamed in 2015 to their current name, play their home games at the Withdean Stadium, Tongdean Ln, Brighton BN1 5JD, vacant in 2011 when Brighton and Hove Albion moved to the Amex.
    AFC Vardeanians
  • Bexhill United
    Bexhill United F.C.
    Formed in 2002 when Bexhill Town (who split from Bexhill Amateur Athletic club in 1969) merged with Bexhill Amateur Athletic again and changed their name to Bexhill United. Semper Paratus is the Latin for 'For is Split with Unite Again'.
    Their ground Polegrove, on Brockley Road, features a grade 2 listed wooden stand.
    Bexhill United
  • Brighton and Hove Albion
    Brighton & Hove Albion F.C.
    Founded in 1901, made their Premier League debut in 2017. The Seagulls play their home games at the Amex Stadium, Village Way, Falmer BN1 9BL.
    Brighton and Hove Albion
  • Crowborough Athletic
    Crowborough Athletic F.C.
    Founded in 1894, the Crows play their home games at Crowborough Community Stadium, Fermor Road, Aldervale Cottages, Crowborough, East Sussex, TN6 3BU.
    Crowborough Athletic
  • Eastbourne Borough
    Eastbourne Borough F.C.
    Formed in 1964 as Langney FC, changing name to Langney Sports FC in 1968, and again to their current name in 2001. The Sports play their home games at Priory Lane, Langney, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN23 7QH.
    Eastbourne Borough
  • Eastbourne Town
    Eastbourne Town F.C.
    Founded in 1881 as Devonshire Park Football Club, they changed their name to Eastbourne F.C. in 1889 and again to their current name in 1971.
    Eastbourne Town features two supporters groups Pier Pressure and Beachy Head Ultras, established in 2015 and promoting a message of anti-discrimination and anti-homophobia.
    The Townies play their home games at The Saffrons, Compton Place Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 1EA.
    Eastbourne Town
  • Eastbourne United
    Eastbourne United Association F.C.
    In 1894 the club was founded as the 1st Sussex Royal Engineers FC, changing its name in 1913 to 1st Home Counties Royal Engineers (Eastbourne) FC to reflect a merger between the RA Volunteers with the Territorial Army, then in 1920 the club name was changed to Eastbourne Royal Engineers Old Comrades, in 1922 they changed their name again to become Eastbourne Old Comrades FC. Finally, In 1951, the name was changed (for a sixth time) to Eastbourne United AFC.
    Play their home game at The Oval, Channel View Road, Eastbourne.
    Eastbourne United
  • Hailsham Town
    Hailsham Town F.C.
    Formed in 1885 the club, spent the WWI years known as Hailsham Butchers, before reverting back to their original Hailsham Town name in the hope of attracting a vegetarian or vegan benefactor.
    Play their home games at The Beaconsfield, Hailsham, East Sussex.
    Hailsham Town
  • Hastings United
    Hastings United F.C.
    Founded in 1894 as Rock-a-Nore, the club merged with All Saints in 1921 to become Hastings and St Leonards Amateurs. In 1979 the club changed its name to Hastings Town and then took on its current name in 2002 taking the identity of Hastings United, which ceased in 1985.
    The Arrows/U's play their home games at the Pilot Field Elphinstone Rd, Hastings, East Sussex TN34 2AX.
    Hastings United
  • Langney Wanderers
    Langney Wanderers F.C.
    Founded in 2010, started playing their home games at Eastbourne Borough's Priory Lane ground at the beginning of the 2017/2018 season.
    Langney Wanderers
  • Lewes
    Lewes F.C.
    Founded in 1885 during a meeting at the Royal Oak pub. The Rooks became a member-owned club in 2010 and features a sucessful U18 and Ladies side too.
    Home games are played at the The Dripping Pan, Mountfield Road, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2XA.
  • Little Common
    Little Common F.C.
    Founded in 1966 as Albion United, changed name in 1986 to Little Common Albion before dropping the Albion from their name. The Green Lane Boys play their home games at Little Common Recreation Ground, Bexhill On Sea, East Sussex, TN39 4PH.
    Little Common
  • Mile Oak
    Mile Oak F.C.
    Founded in 1960, The Oak play their home games at Mile Oak Recreation Ground, Chalky Road, Mile Oak, Brighton, BN41 2WS.
    Mile Oak
  • Newhaven
    Newhaven F.C.
    Formed in 1887, The Dockers play their home matches at Fort Road, Newhaven, East Sussex, BN9 9DA.
  • Peacehaven and Telscombe
    Peacehaven & Telscombe F.C.
    Formed in 1923 as a result of a merger between Peacehaven Rangers and Telscombe Tye. In 2016 the club was purchased by a community group. The Tye play their home games at Sports Park, Piddinghoe Avenue, Peacehaven, East Sussex. BN10 8RH.
    The main ultra groups are situated in different sections of the stadium, the DMAHWLP (The Drunken Middle Aged Half Way Line Posse) are in the south stand near the bar, The Hillbillies are behind which ever goal Peacehaven are aiming at while The Knicker Sniffers feature in the North Stand Seats.
    Reports that the factions don't talk to each other have been proven to be untrue.
    Peacehaven and Telscombe
  • Ringmer
    Ringmer F.C.
    The Blues play their home games at The Caburn Ground, Anchor Field, Ringmer, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 5QN.
  • Rye United
    Rye United F.C.
    Formed in 1938 as an amalgamation of Rye FC and Rye Old Boys. The Quarterboys play their home games at the Salts, Fishmarket Road in Rye, which is also used by the local cricket club. Because of the ground share with the cricket club, the club removes the floodlights during the summer months and then erects them again after the cricket season is over
    Rye United
  • Saltdean United
    Saltdean United F.C.
    Founded in 1966, the Tigers play their home games at Hill Park, Coombe Vale, Saltdean, Brighton, BN2 8HJ.
    Saltdean United
  • Seaford Town
    Seaford Town F.C.
    Founded in 1888, the Badgers play their home games at The Crouch Recreation Ground, Bramber Lane, Seaford BN25 1AF.
    Seaford Town
  • Sidley United
    Sidley United F.C.
    Founded in 1906, play their home matches at Mill Lane, Hooe, East Sussex, TN33 9HR which they share with Hooe Sports.
    Sidley United
  • Westfield
    Westfield F.C.
    Founded in 1911, the Westies play their home games at The Parish Field, Main Road, Westfield, East Sussex, TN35 4SB.
  • Whitehawk
    Whitehawk F.C.
    Founded in 1945 as Whitehawk & Manor Farm Old Boys and changing their name to Whitehawk in 1960. Whitehawk play their home games at the Enclosed Ground, East Brighton Park,
    The pitch is famous for being adjacent to the South Downs National Park and sloping downhill towards the sea, with a 16-foot drop from the North-Easterly corner flag to the South-West corner opposite.
    A section of Whitehawk's fans call themselves the Whitehawk Ultras (deliberately ironic name) who set up a fanzine in 2015 called 'The Din Monthly'. After briefly disappearing, it was brought back in February 2017. The fans promote an anti-homophobic, anti-sexist and anti-racist ethic and a mantra that "Football's for All".
  • Arundel
    Arundel F.C.
    Founded in 1889, the Mullets play their home games at Mill Road in Arundel, and apparently have terrible haircuts.
  • Billingshurst
    Billingshurst F.C.
    Founded in 1891, the Hurst play their home games at Jubilee Fields, Billingshurst, West Sussex.
  • Bognor Regis Town
    Bognor Regis Town F.C.
    Founded in 1883 as Bognor FC, they became Bognor Regis F.C. in 1929 after King George V added the suffix 'Regis' to the seaside resort (he never want back).
    The Rocks play their home games at Nyewood Lane, Bognor Regis, PO21 2TY.
    Bognor Regis Town
  • Bosham
    Bosham F.C.
    Founded in 1901, the Robins play their games at The Recreation Ground, Walton Lane, Bosham, PO18 8QF.
  • Broadbridge Heath
    Broadbridge Heath F.C.
    Founded in 1919 by demobilised soldiers. Despite having only twelve players, they won the Horsham & District League and the Challenge Cup in their first season. The following season the league banned the use of machine guns.
    The Bears play at the Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre, Broadbridge Heath.
    Broadbridge Heath
  • Burgess Hill Town
    Burgess Hill Town F.C.
    Founded in 1882, the Hillians play their home games at Leylands Park, Maple Drive, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 8DL.
    Burgess Hill Town
  • Chicester City
    Chichester City F.C.
    Formed by the merger of Chichester City and Portfield, and named Chichester City United in 2000, the club changed name to is current name in 2009.
    The Lillywhites play at Oaklands Park, Chichester.
    Chicester City
  • Clymping
    Clymping F.C.
    Clymping was formed in 1947, the Ping play their home games at Clymping playing fields, A259, Climping, nr Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN17 5GW.
  • Crawley Down Gatwick
    Crawley Down Gatwick F.C.
    Formed in 1193 with the merger of Crawley Down United and two other clubs, and were initially named Crawley Down Village. The club changed its name to its current name in 1999.
    The Anvils play at the Haven Sportsfield on Hophurst Lane.
    Crawley Down Gatwick
  • Crawley Town
    Crawley Town F.C.
    Founded in 1896, the Red Devils currently play in the EFL League Two at the Broadfield Stadium, Crawley.
    Crawley Town
  • Cuckfield Town
    Cuckfield Town F.C.
    Founded in 1872 by Mr. Wyndham Burrell and Mr. G.T. Bunting (inventor of the string of miniature party flags, presumably), they claim to be the 23rd Oldest Club in the World.
    The White Bellies play their home games at Cuckfield Recreation Ground, Cuckfield, West Sussex,
    Cuckfield Town
  • East Grinstead Town
    East Grinstead Town F.C.
    Founded in 1890 (first competitive game 1900), the Wasps play at East Court, East Grinstead, West Sussex.
    East Grinstead Town
  • East Preston
    East Preston F.C.
    Founded in 1966, East Preston at the Lashmar on Roundstone Drive
    East Preston
  • Hassocks
    Hassocks F.C.
    Founded in 1902, The Robins play their games at The Beacon Ground, Brighton Road, Hassocks, West Sussex, BN6 9LY.
  • Haywards Heath Town
    Haywards Heath Town F.C.
    Formed in 1888 as Haywards Heath Juniors, then renamed Haywards Heath Excelsior in 1894, before becoming simply Haywards Heath in 1895.
    The Blues play at Hanbury Park, Haywards Heath, West Sussex.
    Haywards Heath Town
  • Horsham
    Horsham F.C.
    Formed in 1881, the Horneys will play their home games at Sussex FA Headquarters at Culver Road, Lancing, West Sussex for the 2017-18 campaign.
  • Horsham YMCA
    Horsham YMCA F.C.
    Young Man!!! Formed in 1898, the YM play at Gorings Mead, Horsham, West Sussex.
    The ground has a brick-built seated stand with a cantilever roof on one side of the pitch, with its seats taken from the Goldstone Ground, with a covered standing area on the other.
    Horsham YMCA
  • Lancing
    Lancing F.C.
    Formed in club 1941, initially as a multi-sport club under the name Lancing Athletic. The club changed to its current name in 1957.
    The Lancers play at Culver Road, Lancing (home of the Sussex FA)
  • Littlehampton Town
    Littlehampton Town F.C.
    Littlehampton FC was founded in 1896, renaming to current name in 1938. The Marigolds play their home games at The Sportsfield, St Floras Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN17 2BD.
    Littlehampton Town
  • Loxwood
    Loxwood F.C.
    Founded in 1920, the Magpies play their games at The Pavilion, Recreation Ground, Plaistow Road, Loxwood, RH14 0SX.
  • Midhurst and Easebourne
    Midhurst & Easebourne F.C.
    Founded in 1946, the Stags play their game games in Dodsley Road, Midhurst, West Sussex.
    Midhurst and Easebourne
  • Oakwood
    Oakwood F.C.
    Founded in 1962 by pupils from St Wilfrids school (who favoured Rugby), Oakwood FC took its name from the estate where the school was situated. The Oak play at Oakwood sports & social club, Tinsley lane, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 8AR.
  • Pagham
    Pagham F.C.
    Founded in 1903, the Lions play their home games at Nyetimber Lane, Pagham, PO21 3JY. Before moving to Nyetimber lane the club spent their first 47 years of existence playing on various farmers’ fields until they moved onto a field adjoining the cricket club in Nyetimber Lane in 1950.
  • Rustington
    Rustington F.C.
    Founded in 1903, the Blues play their home games in the Recreation Ground, Jubilee Avenue, Rustington, Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN16 3NB.
  • Selsey
    Selsey F.C.
    Founded in 1903, the Seals play their home games at High Street Ground, High Street, Selsey, West Sussex, PO20 0QG.
  • Shoreham
    Shoreham F.C.
    Founded in 1892, the Musselmen play their home games at The Taxi-Link Community Sports Ground, Middle Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, BN43 6GA.
  • Sidlesham
    Sidlesham F.C.
    Reformed in 1946, the Sids play their home games at The Recreation Ground, Selsey Road, Sidlesham, West Sussex, PO20 7RD.
  • Southwick
    Southwick F.C.
    Founded in 1882, the Wickers play at Old Barn Way, Southwick, West Sussex, BN42 4NT.
  • St Francis Rangers
    St Francis Rangers F.C.
    Founded in 2002, the Ranegrs play at the Colwell Ground, Haywards Heath, West Sussex.
    St Francis Rangers
  • Steyning Town
    Steyning Town F.C.
    Founded in 1892 as Steyning, becoming Steyning Town Community FC in 2013, when Steyning Town FC merged with the Steyning Strikers (Juniors). The Reds / Barrowmen play their home games at the Shooting Field, Steyning, West Sussex, BN44 3RX.
    Steyning Town
  • Storrington
    Storrington F.C.
    Founded in 1920, the Swans play their home games at the Recreation Ground, Pulborough Rd, West Sussex, RH20 4HJ.
  • Three Bridges
    Three Bridges F.C.
    Founded in 1901, the Bridges play their home games at Jubilee Walk, Three Bridges Road, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 1LQ.
    Three Bridges
  • Wick
    Wick F.C.
    Originally established in 1892, the club merged in Barnham in 2013. Then split in 2016. The Wickers play their games at Coombs Way, Wick, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 7LS.
  • Worthing FC
    Worthing F.C.
    Formed in 1886 as Worthing Association Football Club, the club renamed to their current name in 1899. The Mackeral Men play their home games at The Bibby Financial Services Stadium, Woodside Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN14 7HQ.
    George Dowell, who used to play for Worthing FC, used compensation from an accident to help the financially-troubled side. Dowell's has already seen installation of a new 3G pitch, as well as plans to redevelop the stadium.
    Worthing FC
  • Worthing United
    Worthing United F.C.
    Founded in 1988, the Mavericks play their home games at the Robert Albon Memorial Ground, Lyons Way, Worthing, West Sussex, BN14 9JF.
    On 22nd August 2015 the club was hit by tragedy when Matthew Grimstone and Jacob Schilt were lost in the Shoreham Air Disaster.
    Worthing United