St.Pauli CSC, the Jolly Roger pub, the Fanladen, the venue Knust and all St.Pauli supporters would like to welcome all Celtic supporters to our city and especially the St.Pauli district. To make your stay as pleasant as possible, we provide a bit of info here. Also check the *about* section of our CSC's page for info about hotels, travel etc.
Why is the party so late this time? Quite simple, easyjet is starting a new route from Edinburgh straight to Hamburg Airport (not bloody Bremen or Lübeck) in March and that is the first appropriate date.
Summary:For the impatient among you:
Thursday: info event about the Green Brigade, the FAC, and the current situation for football supporters in Scotland. This will be held in German/English and mostly be of interest for people not attending Celtic matches frequently. Venue: Fanräume
Friday: warm-up parties in the usual pubs such as the Jolly Roger or Shebeen til the morning. Depending on the scheduling of the St. Pauli match, we might offer some special event, so stay tuned.
Saturday: Party with 3 live bands and DJs, afterwards back to the pubs.
St.Pauli Home Match: not scheduled yet, can be Friday to Monday (Monday less likely).
Celtic Match: Will be shown on big screens if not parallel to the St.Pauli match.
We put together a of the relevant venues: Google Map CSC
Party/Concert Saturday, April 13:
Concert and party at the venue Knust (close to the Millerntor stadium, 10 min walk from Reeperbahn area, about 200 meters from Jolly Roger)
- Gary Og & The Exiles from Glasgow ( http://www.garyog.com/ http://www.facebook.com/garyogmusic )
- The Falperrys from Galicia ( http://www.facebook.com/falperrys http://www.myspace.com/falperrys )
- Millerntor Brigade - Folk & Rebel from St. Pauli
- After the bands: DJ
Knust im Schlachthof
Neuer Kamp 30
Public transport: Underground Feldstrasse (U3, yellow line)
Admission: 12,- Euro in advance, 15,- Euro at the door (if still available).
Minimum age 16 or in company of a legal guardian
Doors open: 6.30pm
Charity:We always calculate the prices as low as possible. If there's a win anyway, most of that will be donated to charity or supporters projects. The party in 2012 including the raffle, auction etc. raised more than 3500 Euro / 3000 GBP for good causes in Glasgow, Ireland and St. Pauli! Thanks to all who came to the party and made that possible.
Match: FC St.Pauli vs. 1860 MünchenFC St.Pauli will play at home to 1860 München, a classic. St. Pauli just won the away leg 2:0, let's hope for 3 more points.
Time & date of the match:
- Saturday, April 13, 1.00pm
Getting Tickets For Party And MatchPlease reserve your tickets by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We take reservations from now on. You must state the names you want tickets for (to avoid double bookings) and your first and second preference for the match ticket:
- North Stand terrace: 12+1 Euro
- Gegengerade terrace: 14+1 Euro
- South Stand terrace: 12+1 Euro
- North Stand seats: 28+1 Euro
In addition to the ticket price, the Fanladen that will hand out the tickets when you pick them up after arrival charges 1 Euro per ticket that go to the social projects of the Fanladen.
We can't guarantee that you'll get the ticket you prefer but we'll do our best. No pre-payment, you'll pay when you pick them up at the Fanladen. As we have had bad experience with significant numbers of people not picking up their tickets we'll have a *strict deadline for collecting* them! If not picked up in time, they'll be given to those on the waiting list. The deadline will be announced once the match date will have been fixed.
Watching The Celtic FC Match TogetherIf the match will not be parallel to the St. Pauli match, the Knust (the location of the party) will show the match on big screens, as will the Jolly Roger.
The Jolly RogerThe Jolly Roger is the main St.Pauli supporters pub. It's non-profit, all money goes into supporters projects. It's located at Budapester Straße close to the Millerntor stadium and 5 minutes walk from Reeperbahn.
For the party weekend, the opening hours will be extended, starting at noon til about 6 or 7am.
The FanladenThe Fanladen team is responsible for taking care of the fan scene and the Fanladen is the key coordination center and one of the central meeting points for the fans as well as the home of many fan organisations (e.g. board of registered supporters clubs, anti-repression group) and fanzines. It offers special assistance to local and international supporters and visitors that want to get in touch and visit an FC St.Pauli match.
The Fanladen offers a small range of merchandise and is a nice place to meet people and have a drink as well. With all the money going into social and supporters projects, money spent here is very good money. ;)
More info on their website: http://www.stpauli-fanladen.de/english/
Their new online shop: http://www.fanladen.merchlandshop.com/