FC St. Pauli denies his opening match in the 2nd Bundesliga against FC Ingolstadt (July 16, 13.00) in Lubeck. The club announced that on Friday.
Hamburg (SID) - the FC St. Pauli denies his opening match in the 2nd Bundesliga against FC Ingolstadt (July 16, 13.00) in Lubeck. On Friday, which announced the League relegated. The stadium at the Lohmuhle acts as a Ausweichort for the Millerntor-Stadion.
St. Pauli was convicted in April by the DFB Sportgericht to do so, to receive the first visiting team in the arena, which is at least 50 kilometres from Hamburg in the new season. Thus, the Association sanctioned the beer mug toss of a hooligans at the Hamburg against Schalke 04 (2-0) at home. Referee Dennis Aytekin had canceled the meeting then in the 89 minute. His assistant Thorsten Schiffner was has been taken of the projectile and went to the ground. The game was considered for the begun.
The last appearance of neighborhood clubs in Lubeck was on 25 March 2008 a Morenz in favour of the VfB. St. Paulis Director Helmut Schulte worked from 1994 to 1996 as a manager at the former club.