Home game against Hertha BSC postponed

Matchday 31's home game against Hertha BSC cannot take place on Saturday, April 24th (15:30 CEST) as originally planned. The DFL has postponed the match due to the entire Hertha first team being ordered to quarantine by the local health authority after a spate of positive Covid-19 cases at the club.

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The DFL has also postponed Hertha’s matches in Mainz and against Freiburg on matchdays 29 and 30. New dates for all three games will likely be announced by the DFL in the coming week. FC Schalke 04 would like to wish all those affected all the best for a quick and full recovery.

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