No pre-season training camp in Mittersill

Unlike previous years, FC Schalke 04 will not be taking part in pre-season training camp in Mittersill, Austria, ahead of the 2020/21 season. The team had announced its training camp would take place from 21st to 29th August, which conflicts with other private bookings at the Hotel Schloss Mittersill. The hotel lacks the capacity to accommodate all these requests, which the club has taken into account.

Benito Raman in Mittersill

An announcement on where the club’s training camp will instead take place will be made as soon as possible.

Schalke’s long-term partnership with the Hohe Tauern National Park region will not be affected by this change. The Royal Blues will head to Mittersill for their pre-season training camp in 2021 as planned.



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