S2E80: The Ultras of St. Pauli
Ali Johan | Sven Brux | Ruben Paulianer
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The story of Hamburg's FC St. Pauli is unlike any other football club. The 2. Bundesliga club's ethos and logos extend beyond the German quarter; most influential within the global punk subculture. Ali Johan wandered around the St. Pauli neighbourhood to chat with two lifelong fans of the club about its worldwide appeal, the shared ideals of the fans which also include a personal anecdote from a FCSP fan about Malaysia's punk establishment Rumah Api.
This interview is produced as part of the Goethe-Institut’s Close-Up journalists’ exchange programme. More information can be found at www.goethe.de/nahaufnahme and at #goethecloseup
Produced by: Daryl Ong
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Tags: FC St. Pauli, Hamburg, Bundesliga, Goethe-Institut Close-Up, Bebaskan Rumah Api, Jolly Rodger, Millerntor Stadion, football ultras, human rights, no football for fascists, no human is illegal,