Dimitrios Grammozis: We started badly

Head coach Dimitrios Grammozis and striker Marius Bülter were both disappointed after Schalke were knocked out of the DFB-Pokal on Tuesday evening (26/10). TSV 1860 München coach Michael Köllner, on other hand, was delighted with his side’s 1-0 victory.


10-man Schalke beaten at 1860 in the DFB-Pokal

FC Schalke 04 failed to reach the round of 16 in this season’s DFB-Pokal after losing 1-0 away to TSV 1860 München on Tuesday night (26/10). The only goal of the game was scored in the fifth minute by Stefan Lex in front of 15,000 fans at the sold out Stadion an der Grünwalder Straße. S04 played most of the second half with ten men, with Malick Thiaw sent off for a professional foul in the 48th minute.


Dimitrios Grammozis: Use our momentum to reach the next round

Busy week ahead for the Royal Blues: Just three days after the 3-0 home win against Dynamo Dresden, FC Schalke 04 will be in DFB-Pokal action away to TSV 1860 München. For Dimitrios Grammozis and his players, the goal is reaching the next round, but the head coach has stressed that Tuesday evening’s game will be anything but easy.

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Danny Latza on making his comeback at the perfect moment

The Royal Blues had plenty to celebrate on Saturday evening (23/10), scoring three goals and picking up three points in front of a sold-out crowd at the VELTINS-Arena. Another highlight of the match against Dynamo Dresden came in the 65th minute as Danny Latza made his comeback from injury. The midfielder had been sidelined since suffering a knee injury in the opening match of the season against Hamburger SV.


Marius Bülter: Amazing to celebrate the win in front of the Nordkurve with our fans

S04 defeated Dynamo Dresden 3-0 at home on Saturday evening (23/10). After a fourth straight win, both head coaches gave their views on the game, while goalscorers Thomas Ouwejan and Marius Bülter also spoke to the press.


S04 defeat Dresden to record a fourth straight win

FC Schalke 04 won 3-0 at home to SG Dynamo Dresden on Saturday evening (23/10). Thomas Ouwejan opened the scoring and then set up further goals for Marius Bülter and Marcin Kaminski to seal the win.


Martin Fraisl: I treat every training session like a final

Goalkeeper Martin Fraisl’s record as a Schalke player couldn’t read any better. In his three games between the sticks, S04 have won 2-0 in Rostock, beaten Ingolstadt 3-0 at home and recorded a 1-0 victory in Hannover. The Austrian has therefore won three games from three and is yet to concede a single goal! He is hoping that this great run can be continued in Saturday’s home game against Dynamo Dresden (23/10).


Dimitrios Grammozis: Clean sheets belong to the whole team

After wins over Rostock, Ingolstadt and Hannover, FC Schalke 04 are looking to continue their good recent run on Saturday at home to SG Dynamo Dresden (23/10, 20:30 CEST). Head coach Dimitrios Grammozis may have several players available again after they have returned from injury.


S04 to travel to Belek for their winter training camp

FC Schalke 04 will prepare for the second half of the season in the Turkish Riviera. Head coach Dimitrios Grammozis’ side will train for one week in Belek, from Monday 3rd January until Sunday 9th January. The plan is to play at least one friendly during their stay in southern Turkey.


Mehmet Can Aydin out for the foreseeable future – Dominick Drexler also injured

Schalke will be without Mehmet Can Aydin for the foreseeable future. The right-back suffered a muscle injury to his left thigh during Friday's 1-0 win at Hannover 96 (15/10.)


Victor Pálsson: The best and most emotional wins

Victor Pálsson missed the games against Rostock and Ingolstadt due to a red-card suspension, but returned to the starting XI to captain the Royal Blues during Friday’s 1-0 win in Hanover (15/10). The midfielder also set up Marcin Kaminski’s match-winning strike deep into injury time.


Dimitrios Grammozis: It was even nicer to be able to give our fans the win in person

The reaction from both head coaches and Simon Terodde on Schalke’s last-minute win over Hannover 96 on Friday evening (15/10). schalke04.de has summarised the most important quotes.


Marcin Kaminski rewards strong performance with last-minute winner

Schalke 04 picked up three points on the road over Hannover 96 on Friday night (15/10) thanks to a Marcin Kaminski goal in the 95th minute. Despite a plethora of chances for the Royal Blues, Kaminski’s strike was the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win.


Dimitrios Grammozis: Working on options to become more dangerous

Almost two weeks after the 3-0 win at home to FC Ingolstadt 04, the Royal Blues are back in league action. On Friday (15/10), S04 travel to take on Hannover 96 at the HDI Arena at 18:30 CEST. Thousands of travelling fans will be in attendance to support Grammozis’ men.


Marius Bülter: "We are within striking distance"

Schalke went into the international break having won twice in two games and with 12 points from the last 15 available. After a mixed start to the season, Dimitrios Grammozis’ team have moved up the table into fourth place. “We are within striking distance,” said Marius Bülter, who is nowhere near satisfied yet.


Three wins for Schalke players on international duty

Three games, three wins. Tuesday’s round of international games went well for the FC Schalke 04 players away with their countries.


Darko Churlinov plays the full 90 minutes against Germany

Darko Churlinov played the entire match for North Macedonia, who were unable to produce another shock result against Germany in Skopje on Monday 11th October, suffering a 4-0 defeat in their World Cup qualifier.

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Darko Churlinov scores in a 4-0 win for North Macedonia

The 21-year-old scored his first international goal in North Macedonia’s 4-0 win over Liechtenstein in a World Cup qualifier. Victor Pálsson drew 1-1 against Armenia with Iceland.


A good test with important lessons for the coaching team

A powerful Marius Bülter strike and a Mika Hanraths goal via his knee saw FC Schalke 04 win 2-0 at VfB Lübeck in a friendly on Thursday night (7/10). Head coach Dimitrios Grammozis was satisfied with the workout, with a number of players who haven’t featured much this season getting some much needed game time.


Malick Thiaw’s Germany U21s win it late on

While the Royal Blues were in friendly action on Thursday (7/10) away at VfB Lübeck (2-0 win), Malick Thiaw and Ko Itakura were away with their national sides. Yaroslav Mikhailov also featured a day before for Russia U19s.