Never heard of Yorkshire St Pauli?
“We meet up and watch games the fixtures allow at various locations in Leeds and wider afield to watch internet streams of St Pauli games on a screen adorned with banners, flags and scarves. The football isn’t always great, but the main aim is to enjoy the football (and everything else surrounding it) amongst friends and likeminded people.
If you fancy watching the magical FC St. Pauli with us in Leeds, surrounded by lovely people from Yorkshire and beyond, and maybe drinking a Sam Smiths beer or two, we’ll make you most welcome. Keep an eye on our website or social media pages for details or get in touch. We might be hard Yorkshire folk, but we don’t bite – St Pauli makes us soft and gooey inside!”
Friday 26th January
Upstairs at Wapentake is booked out from 7pm onwards
Saturday 27th January
12pm till 4pm- Exhibition football matches at West Riding County FA football ground in Woodlesford.
Matches will include Republica, YSP, United Glasgow and Glasgow St. Pauli.
There is a stand at the ground to protect you from the elements and there will be tea/coffee and hot food available. There will be charity buckets at the matches collecting for PAFRAS- if possible please chuck a couple of quid in the bucket as your entry fee.
7.30pm till late- We will have a big social at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds with live bands which everyone is welcome to attend. Entry to the social will be £5 or ‘pay-what-you-can’. We will be in the Games room at the back.
Sunday 28th January
Football For All will be on as usual at Powerleague Central in Leeds. Just turn up and play!
We will be showing the St. Pauli v Darmstadt match at Wharf Chambers in Leeds City Centre (delayed stream). Please note Wharf Chambers is a members club so if you plan on coming please visit the Wharf Chambers website to sign up 48 hours before.
The whole weekend is in-keeping with St. Pauli and YSP’s ethos. Please respect people around you and please be socially aware at all times. There is no place for homophobia, transphobia, racism, sexism or any other form of discrimination. If you have any problems over the course of the weekend please raise it with one of the organisers.
If you’re in a position to do so, please offer to buy people drinks who might not be in the economic position to by their own.
If we make any money out of the weekend after paying bands and covering costs it’ll all go to PAFRAS so please come along to as much as you can.
All details (apart from the Wapentake session on the Friday night) can be found on the poster attached.
If you have any questions about any of the weekend activity, feel free to drop us a message.
See you next weekend!