Benjamin Adrion (* März in Stuttgart) ist ein ehemaliger deutscher Fußballspieler und Initiator des Hilfsprojektes Viva con Agua de Sankt Pauli. Der Mittelfeldspieler Adrion begann in der Jugend beim VfB Neckarrems das. Der VfB ist dank einer großen Energieleistung mit einem Sieg in die Saison / gestartet. Vor Zuschauern in der Mercedes-Benz Arena besiegte. Aug. Die U23 des FC St. Pauli hat am vierten Spieltag der Regionalliga Nord mit beim VfB Oldenburg verloren ☠ Wie lief die Begegnung?.
VFB - Florian Klein. Klein is cautioned by the referee. Goal to Stuttgart, scored by C. Nehrig is done for the day. Gonther is his replacement. Dudziak enters play, replacing A.
Maxim has found the target for Stuttgart! Miyaichi enters play, replacing F. The club also has a more recent rivalry with Hansa Rostock. Pauli supporters are strongly identified with their support of left wing politics.
The club began its existence in as a loose, informal group of football enthusiasts within the Hamburg-St. Officially established on 15 May , the club played as St.
The team played as an undistinguished lower-to-mid table side until making their first appearance in in the top-flight Gauliga Nordmark , 1 of 16 premier level divisions created in the re-organization of German football that took place under the Third Reich.
They were immediately relegated, but returned to the top flight in Relegated again in , St. After the war, the club resumed play in the Oberliga Nord in A second-place finish in the —48 season led St.
Pauli to its first appearance in the national championship rounds. They advanced as far as the semi-finals, where they were knocked out 2—3 by eventual champions 1.
The club continued to play well throughout the early s, but were unable to overtake rivals Hamburger SV , finishing in second place in five of the next seven seasons, and going out in the early rounds in each of their championship-round appearances from to In the late s and into the early s, St.
Pauli found themselves in the second-tier Regionalliga Nord. Nearly a decade-and-a-half of frustration followed. Pauli won their division in , but finished bottom of their group in the promotion play-off round.
They took their next Regionalliga Nord title in and, while they performed far better in the play-offs, still failed to advance to the top-flight, losing out to Rot-Weiss Essen on goal difference, having conceded two more goals.
Division championships in and , and runner-up finishes in and , were each followed by promotion-round play-off disappointment. The success of the Bundesliga, and the growth of professional football in West Germany, led to the formation of the 2.
Pauli was part of the new second-tier professional circuit in the 2. Bundesliga Nord and in , they finally advanced to the top flight as winners of their division.
The team survived just one season at the highest level in the Bundesliga. Bundesliga Nord was also short-lived. On the verge on bankruptcy in , they were denied a license for the following season and were sent down to the Oberliga Nord III.
Strong performances that set the team atop that division in and were marred by poor financial health. By , the club had recovered sufficiently to return to the 2.
Pauli, were ineligible for promotion. It was in the mids that St. Supporters adopted the skull and crossbones as their own unofficial emblem.
Pauli became the first team in Germany to officially ban right-wing nationalist activities and displays in its stadium in an era when fascist-inspired football hooliganism threatened the game across Europe.
The skull and crossbones symbol had always been associated with St Pauli the city quarter in one way or another. However, the one who should be credited with finally bringing the symbol to the terraces is probably Doc Mabuse, the singer of a Hamburg punk band.
As the legend tells, he first grabbed the flag from a stall while passing drunk through the Dom on his way to the Millerntor-Stadion.
In the early s, the media in Germany began to recognize the Kult -image of the club, focusing on the punk part of the fan-base in TV broadcasts of the matches.
By this time, the media also started to establish nicknames like " Freibeuter der Liga " " Buccaneers of the League" as well as the satirical " das Freudenhaus der Liga " "Brothel of the League", literally "House of Joy".
Pauli moved in and out of the Bundesliga over the course of the next dozen years: Two increasingly strong years followed, resulting in promotion and three seasons in the Bundesliga, from to Four seasons followed in 2.
Bundesliga, and then another two in the Bundesliga In to , before another return to the 2. A win against Bayern Munich , the reigning Intercontinental Cup winners, led to the popular " Weltpokalsiegerbesieger " "World Club Champion beaters" shirts.
Bundesliga, only a skeleton of the successful team remained. The —03 season ended up in chaos, with the team fighting relegation ultimately in vain from the very beginning, various coaches departing and other problems internal to the club.
With the club almost bankrupt again and the less-lucrative Regionaliga Nord III looming, the club began its fund-raising activities, the so-called " Retteraktion ".
They also organized a lucrative benefit game, against Bayern Munich, to raise funds to save the club. The club has also been active in terms of charity and in the club, the team and the fans initiated the Viva con Agua de Sankt Pauli campaign, which collects money for water-dispensers for schools in Cuba , for clean water in Rwanda et cetera.
Pauli finally went out of the cup to Bayern Munich on 12 April, going down 3—0 with a goal from Owen Hargreaves and two from Claudio Pizarro.
Coincidentally, Bayern were also St. After success in the —07 season, the team was promoted to the 2. On 16 February , during the —11 season and for the first time since , St Pauli defeated their bitter cross-city rivals Hamburger SV away at the Volksparkstadion courtesy of a Gerald Asamoah goal.
The team, however, finished the domestic season in last place, resulting in their relegation to the 2. Bundesliga for the —12 season.
Since then, the club has remained in the 2. Bundesliga, finishing fourth in —12 but declining in results since then.
Pauli enjoys a certain fame for the left-leaning character of its supporters: The organization has adopted an outspoken stance against racism, fascism, sexism, and homophobia and has embodied this position in its constitution.
The centre of fan activity is the Fanladen St. The club prides itself on having the largest number of female fans in all of German football.
A hard defeat to take on resumption of the league campaign. Head coach Ewald Lienen was without no fewer than nine players going into the game.
Forced to rejig his defence, Lienen handed under player Yi-Young Park an opportunity to partner Lasse Sobiech in central defence following some decent performances during the winter break.
Jeremy Dudziak began on the right of the back four. Both teams worked hard to keep things tight in the opening stages. The first hint of danger came from a Cenk Sahin centre that almost looped over Mitchell Langerak and into the net with 16 minutes gone.
At the other end the situation almost repeated itself moments later when Christian Gentner floated in a cross that came down on top of the goal.