Alessandro Schöpf


Schöpf eliminated with Austria, Rönnow’s Denmark progress

Alessandro Schöpf, under contract at FC Schalke 04 until 30th June, was part of the Austria side that nearly caused an upset against Italy in the round of 16 at EURO 2020. Austria narrowly lost 2-1 in extra time at Wembley.


Markus Schubert becomes U21 European Champion with Germany

Germany U21s lifted the European Championship trophy on Sunday night (06/06), with Lukas Nmecha scoring the only goal of the game. Goalkeeper Markus Schubert, who has spent the season on loan at Eintracht Frankfurt, was a member of the squad.

SOCCER – ENG vs AUT, test match MIDDLESBROUGH,ENGLAND,02.JUN.21 – SOCCER – UEFA European Championship, EM, Europameister

Schöpf and Rönnow: Narrow defeat and a tight draw

With the European Championship right around the corner, teams are currently warming up with some international friendlies. Alessandro Schöpf and Austria faced England on Wednesday evening (02.06) while Frederik Rönnow’s Denmark took on Germany.


Royal Blues in international action over the summer

The majority of the Schalke squad began their summer holidays after the clash with 1. FC Köln. However, some of them are still in action over the coming weeks, with several Royal Blues called up to represent their national sides.


Ten players and three staff set to leave first team

The Royal Blues will bid farewell to ten players and three staff members from the first team following the final week of the 2020/21 season.


Kolasinac and Bosnia-Herzegovina beaten by world champions – no game time for Schöpf and Rönnow

Sead Kolasinac and the Bosnia-Herzegovina national team were narrowly beaten by defending world champions France on Wednesday night’s World Cup qualifier. Meanwhile, Schöpf and Rönnow were unused substitutes in the qualifier between Austria and Denmark. brings you the S04 international round-up.


Schöpf brought on in home victory, Rönnow on bench for big win

There were two victories for FC Schalke 04’s players on international duty on Sunday in the World Cup qualifiers. Alessandro Schöpf was brought on just past the hour mark in Austria’s 3-1 win over the Faroe Islands. Meanwhile, Denmark enjoyed a comfortable 8-0 win over Moldova, but Frederik Rönnow had to watch from the bench as an unused substitute.


World Cup Qualifiers: No minutes for Alessandro Schöpf or Frederik Rönnow

Alessandro Schöpf and Frederik Rönnow began their World Cup qualifying campaign on Thursday evening, but neither S04 player featured for their country. Schöpf’s Austria drew 2-2 in Scotland, while Rönnow and Denmark beat Israel 2-0 in Tel Aviv.


First training session in Längenfeld – Schöpfi returns 'home'

The first training session during the training camp has been completed. FC Schalke 04 trained for just over 90 minutes on Friday evening (21/8) at SV Längenfeld’s pitch, which is close to the team hotel the Aqua Dome. The trip to Austria provides a return to Alessandro Schöpf’s former home, having spent five years at SV Längenfeld.

Rabbi Matondo of Wales during the International Friendly Länderspiel match at the Racecourse Ground

Decisive Euro 2020 qualifiers with Royal Blue involvement

Seven Schalke players are away with their national teams in the last international break of 2019. Three of these are fighting for qualification for next summer’s European Championships.

FC Schalke 04 – Hertha BSC

Alessandro Schöpf: I'm so happy to be back

In addition to the convincing Schalke performance that resulted in a deserved 3-0 home victory against Hertha Berlin last Saturday, there was another highlight of the match. For seven months, the midfielder has been forced to wait for an appearance with the first team after he had injured his knee in Janurary, but in the 88th minute, Alessandro Schöpf returned.


Alessandro Schöpf: I look forward to every training session

Victory in Monday’s friendly against Bologna FC wasn’t the priority for Alessandro Schöpf. The midfielder is simply happy to have been out on the pitch again. “It was a good feeling,” said the 25-year-old, who returned to action after seven months on the sidelines against the Italian first-division side. As promised by coach David Wagner, he was substituted on halfway through the first half and played 23 minutes in total.