FC St. Pauli is not just a football club, it’s cult! Although Hamburger SV is the bigger and more successful team St. Pauli seems to be more influential on local culture – at least on the alternative one. The club’s unofficial logo – a skull on crossbones with black background – is omnipresent in the city, as are its supporters. FC St. Pauli currently competes in the second German league and plays its homegames at 24,000-capacity Millerntor Stadium, which is centrally located on Heiligengeistfeld, just around the corner from Reeperbahn. The atmosphere at Millerntor is reliably enthusiastic and positively heated, even when the club doesn’t do too well. In 2002 the team scored one of its biggest successes by beating Bayern Munich – reigning World Club Champion at the time – 2:1 and subsequently claiming the title “Weltpokalsiegerbesieger”.