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Two big games to start: Away at Mönchengladbach, then home against Bayern

FC Schalke 04 will start the 2019/20 season away from home as they travel to Borussia Mönchengladbach. The game will be played on August 17th or 18th.


Unnecessary mistakes and no luck cost us

Schalke lost 3-1 away at Bayern Munich on Saturday evening. The record-champions deserved to win the game, but the Royal Blues will feel that there was an opportunity to take something from the game.


Bastian Oczipka: Painful and disappointing

Head coach Domenico Tedesco felt that the 3-1 defeat to Bayern on Saturday (9/2) was deserved. Daniel Caligiuri and Bastian Oczipka were frustrated with the individual errors that led to goals. has summarised the post-match reactions.


Royal Blues lose 3-1 at Bayern

FC Schalke 04 lost 3-1 away to FC Bayern München on Saturday (9/2). Bayern’s goals were scored by Jeffrey Bruma (OG), Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry. Ahmed Kutucu scored what was an equaliser for Schalke in the first half.

firo : 02.02.2019
Fu§ball, Fussball:
1. Bundesliga , Saison 2018/2019
FC Schalke 04 – VfL Borussia Mšnchengladbach , Gladbach , Moenchengladbach

Domenico Tedesco: We are really up for the game!

After the 4-1 home win in the DFB-Pokal last 16 against Fortuna Düsseldorf, the Royal Blues will travel to Munich with some new-found belief ahead of Saturday’s game (09/02, 18:30 CET). Head coach Domenico Tedesco knows how difficult the game will be, but believes there will be chances for his team to take something back with them from Bavaria.

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Cut out the mistakes

Schalke’s loss to Bayern Munich on Saturday evening was not an unfair result, but it could have been prevented. Annoyingly, Die Königsblauen yet again conceded the first goal from a set piece. Captain Ralf Fährmann knows that Schalke will have to knuckle down and work hard if they are to turn things around.


Schalke fall to a 2-0 defeat against Bayern

Schalke 04 suffered a 2-0 home defeat to Bayern München on Saturday, 22nd September. James Rodriguez opened the scoring after just eight minutes for the record champions, with Robert Lewandowski converting a penalty for 2-0 in the second half. Schalke are now without any points after the first four Bundesliga matchdays.


“We want to send out a message against Bayern”

Four days after the intensive Champions League game against FC Porto, Schalke will take on Bayern München on Saturday (22/09, 18:30 CEST) in the VELTINS-Arena. Head coach Domenico Tedesco is counting on both his players’ mentality and the support of the fans.


Naldo: Props to our fans

Despite the loss in Munich, Schalke’s travelling fans cheered on the team from start to finish. “The fans saw our fight and respected that,” said Naldo. “Sadly, our efforts went unrewarded. We’d have liked to have got a positive result to make them happy.”


Domenico Tedesco: We can take positives from the game

Domenico Tedesco and Peter Hermann - who took charge in place of an ill Jupp Heynckes - spoke following the headline act of the Bundesliga's Matchday 22 about the game following the final whistle.


Spirited away performance goes unrewarded

FC Schalke 04 put in a courageous performance in Munich this Saturday evening but were unable to get any points for their efforts against the Bundesliga’s reigning champions. Goals from Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller meant the record champions won 2-1 after Franco di Santo’s earlier equaliser.


Domenico Tedesco: We need to be at the top of our game

Schalke and Bayern Munich both managed to reach the semi-finals of the DFB-Pokal in midweek. On Saturday 10th February both sides will meet in the Allianz arena. On paper Bayern are clear favourites: Jupp Heynckes and his side sit 18 points clear at the top of the table and are still unbeaten.