Hansa Rostock


Club statement on crowd trouble during away game against Hansa Rostock

FC Schalke 04‘s game against Hansa Rostock on Sunday was interrupted in the first half by ugly scenes in the stands. An investigation into the incident has begun.


Karel Geraerts: A small step in the right direction, nothing more

Head coach Karel Geraerts and Rostock boss Alois Schwartz analysed S04’s 2-0 win at the Ostseestadion together at the post-match press conference on Sunday (10/12). Captain Simon Terodde and goalscorer Blendi Idrizi also gave their thoughts on the victory.


2-0 win in Rostock thanks to goals from Idrizi and Karaman

FC Schalke 04 secured a 2-0 victory away against Hansa Rostock on Saturday (10/12). Blendi Idrizi (72’) and Kenan Karaman (86’) were both on the scoresheet as S04 climbed up to 13th in the table with their second consecutive win.


Karel Geraerts: I want to see that after this game too

FC Schalke 04 are looking to overtake Hansa Rostock in the table as the sides do battle on Sunday (10th December, 13:30 CET). The recent home win over VfL Osnabrück has given the team additional strength and confidence going into this game. “We scored four goals without conceding. That’s done us good,” says Karel Geraerts. “I saw a lot of happy faces after the final whistle. I want to see that after this game too.”


Dimitrios Grammozis: We defended naively

Schalke lost 4-3 at home to Hansa Rostock after a last-minute winner for the away side on Saturday (05/03). Head coaches Dimitrios Grammozis and Jens Härtel gave their thoughts after the game, as did Schalke players Martin Fraisl and Kerim Calhanoglu.


Schalke fall to late defeat against Rostock

Despite a hattrick from Simon Terodde, FC Schalke 04 were unable to take any points from the game at home to Hansa Rostock on Saturday. The visitors scored in the fifth minute of injury time to seal a 4-3 victory.


Terodde brace seals a 2-0 win in Rostock

FC Schalke 04 won 2-0 away at Hansa Rostock on Saturday night in their new third kit (25/9). Simon Terodde scored both goals in front of 14,500 fans inside a five-minute period either side of half time. The striker is now one goal away from equalling Dieter Schatzschneider’s all-time 2. Bundesliga goalscoring record.