The number 1 cult-club of Germany getting boisterous in this design. The politicised and partisan nature of German Football fandom has facilitated the evolution of some interesting rivalries between clubs from cities located hundreds of miles apart, and though they in no way can be considered neighbours, the opposing political affiliations of FC Hansa Rostock and FC St Pauli make meetings between the two very exciting affairs.
Morning dawns slowly over the main road through a quaint residential neighbourhood. A set of waste disposal men get to work keeping Spain clean as a young lady zips past on her morning jog. But while the city begins to wake, all around there are signs that someone has been busy during the night.
Found on location in Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. A beautiful place with a beautiful club, go check it out. The entire city is plastered with these things, in case you ever forget, which was the biggest team in the Bundesland. Check out our post “Mein Rostock, unser Hansa” for a good 5 minute read.
You’ve not made it as a city until a pop song has been written for you. New York. Paris. Amsterdam. Bangkok. Erm, Amarillo. This tradition exists among songwriters in other languages also. In German, the ballads are usually dedicated to the romance, excitement and hedonism of Berlin. It lends itself far better to poetry than, for example, Bremerhaven. But one unlikely German city has found itself subject of a modern smash-hit.
Rostock. The song Continue reading
This week’s Ultras Sticker of the Week is from Hansa Rostock. A club with little success but a fan base that you don’t mess with. Check out that pyroshow.