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.
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.
The FanClubSprecherrat unites officially registered St. Pauli fan clubs together so that, collectively, the fan clubs combine to support the club.
A great source for news and other interesting articles. Inspirational Fanclub (with frequent mentions on BT Sport) established in 2011.
London St Pauli is full of friendly folk who host live matches at the Zeitgeist Pub near Vauxhall Station
Dublin St Pauli hosts live games on O'Connell Street and is another source of news via Facebook.
Bundesliga Fanatic has long been a great read for everyone interested in German football
FC St. Pauli NYC (aka The East River Pirates) supporters club was non-established in 2008
Blog for Nick Davidson (the writer of the much recommended Pirates, Punks and Politics) about football, including FC St. Pauli.
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.
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
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…
Network of people and organisations commited to establish access to clean drinking water and basic sanitation for all humans worldwide
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.
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.
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.
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 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