Shown during Refugee Festival Scotland, this unique screening of Here to Stay will not be shown anywhere else in Glasgow. The film tells the story of FC Lampedusa St. Pauli, a football team in Hamburg comprised of refugees and shows the power that football can have.
Come along to the Queen Margaret Union on Thursday 21st June and learn all about this great football team and the work they do with Refugees in Hamburg. Glasgow St Pauli looks forward to seeing you on the evening and being able to share this special film with you.
You can register for your free ticket here by clicking here: – Any donations collected on the night will go to FC Lampedusa St. Pauli.
Who are Glasgow St Pauli?
Glasgow St Pauli Supporters Club aims to provide a friendly environment for local based supporters of the Football club St Pauli. They stand against all forms of discrimination and have a welcoming environment that encourages new members and guests along at their meetings. Their first aim as a supporters club was to see how they could help communities that needed support, with their motto being, ‘More Than Football’. In their first year they raised over £10,000 for a range of charities and worked closely with FC St. Pauli to take refugee children living in Hamburg to FC St. Pauli matches.
They also believe football should be for everyone and have a free non-competitive football session on Sundays in collaboration with United Glasgow. Everyone is welcome, and they will provide kit and boots for those that need it! Come along on Sundays at 12 pm, The Foundation, 137 Shawbridge Street, Glasgow, G43 1QQ.
On Sunday 5th August, Glasgow St Pauli are hosting a fundraising gig in aid of Scottish Refugee Council and United Glasgow, the line up looks amazing and you can buy your tickets here for £15: https://tickets-scotland.com/loveg
Want to know more? Have a look at their website: https://www.glasgowstpauli.com/