Wer St. Pauli kennt, kennt das Jolly Roger. Positive BewertungNegative Bewertung. Matthias K. heart icon on user image. Matthias KerstenApril 7, Jolly Roger, Hamburg. Gefällt Mal. Montag bis die dieser Seite gefallen. FC St. Pauli Girlz & Simba Queens Jolly Roger · 43 Min ·. "Hans-Joachim. Hamburg. Zum zehnten Jahrestag des umstrittenen Polizeieinsatzes in der FC-St.-Pauli-Fankneipe Jolly Roger plant ein vermeintliches Opfer.
Heute vor zehn Jahren: Umstrittener Einsatz: Als die Polizei das „Jolly Roger“ stürmteWer St. Pauli kennt, kennt das Jolly Roger. Positive BewertungNegative Bewertung. Matthias K. heart icon on user image. Matthias KerstenApril 7, Hamburg. Zum zehnten Jahrestag des umstrittenen Polizeieinsatzes in der FC-St.-Pauli-Fankneipe Jolly Roger plant ein vermeintliches Opfer. Pauli - Jolly Roger. Kein anderer Laden verkörpert die Fanszene des FC St. Pauli mit seinen Werten und Freuden so wie die Kneipe direkt an der Budapester.
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Ask Per J about Jolly Roger. Thank Per J. Write a review Reviews 8. Traveller rating. See what travellers are saying:. Reviewed 15 September Bar, not a restaurant.
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Actualizando la lista Este servicio puede contener traducciones impulsadas por Google. The antifacist crew are on another planet Rude to the point we left after 5 mins.
These lot dont allow breeding outside of the family. Rob Nesbit wrote a review Jun Basel, Switzerland contributions 64 helpful votes. Founded by St.
Pauli Fans for St. Pauli Fans. Not so sure of the opening times, but when I was there there was a little crowd waiting for it to open at 8.
Really liked the bar, the staff were ultra-friendly, and the bar had a nice chilled out vibe going on. Around match time the bar is the place to be, before and after the game, and at night it can get very crowded.
Of course, I could have simply lost the nuances or subtitles of a certain phrase or chant, but for the most part, both sets of fans seemed most concerned with supporting their own team, rather than abusing the other.
You could get St Pauli baby grows, Zippo lighters, club branded cigarettes. It seemed slightly at odds with the hammer and sickle proudly displayed earlier.
The second half continued as the first had ended, with both teams full blooded but scrappy, as the tension and aggression levels rose. St Pauli went agonizingly close from a free kick, the player my view was obscured somehow scooping the ball over the post rather than under it.
Some wild challenges went unpunished, before a flurry of bookings resulted in Bochum being a man down.
St Pauli made the numerical advantage count immediately, this time managing to score from a free kick, Scachten again, blasting the ball into the net after a neat knock down.
St Pauli then seemed to grow in confidence across the pitch, playing some neat stuff as the clock ran down.
The final whistle saw St Pauli prevail , and both fans and team seemed satisfied with a hard won victory. We struck up a conversation with a German, who seemed thrilled to have us at his club.
We discussed a few topics with him, and I was shocked to hear him tell us that an incident had happened at a previous game in which a referee was struck with a bottle.
It seemed at odds with what I had seen that day, from both sets of fans, and suggested that even the most well meaning sets of fans can be infiltrated by idiots.
The club and its image were also heavily merchandised. However having visited this place on The barman did not make any conservation with us ,and bypassed us on two occasions when he served everyone else at the bar with free nibbles as we both were seated also at the bar.
The stools we were sitting on were very uncomfortable. We finishing our drinks and left as there are lots of nice pubs in the St.
Pauli area. Whilst I'm not the biggest fan of Astra you cannot beat the atmosphere on march day. Friendly staff and patrons as well as proper music, reasonable beer prices.
If only they could improve the weather. If you want to experience the real deal, you have to visit Jolly Roger.
It is located just across Millerntorn-stadium. This is a rowdy bar frequented by FC St. Pauli fans.
It's a smokers bar, and the smoke is thick as fog inside. But the drinks are cheap and it's more fun staying outside if the weather permits.
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