- Address: Harald-Stender-Platz 1, Hamburg
- Country: Germany
- Capacity: 29,000
- Opened: 1963
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: St. Pauli (football)
Extra stadium info – Millerntor-Stadion
The construction of the venue started in 1961. It is used for several events, like American football, concerts and football. The Millerntor-Stadion was known as the Wilhelm-Koch-Stadion. It opened with a capacity of 32,000. Later, its capacity was reduced to 20,000 for safety reasons. The Millerntor-Stadion is located near the famous Reeperbahn, which is known as the main nightlife district and the main red-light district of Hamburg. The venue was renovated between 2006 and 2015. The renovation costs were €55 million.
Fußball-Club St. Pauli have been tenants of the stadium since 1963. The football club was founded in 1910 and they were promoted to the German top-flight football league several times. St. Pauli are nicknamed Freibeuter der Liga and Kiezkicker. The supporters of FC St. Pauli are highly identified with left-wing politics. HSV are known as the arch-rivals of St. Pauli and the matches between both clubs are known as the Hamburger Stadtderby. The first league match between both clubs took place on 19 October 1924.