Marcin Kaminski


Marcin Kaminski: It was an easy decision

FC Schalke 04 were able to announce that Marcin Kaminski had extended his contract almost immediately after the final game of last season. “It was an easy decision for me. I definitely wanted to stay at Schalke,” said the centre-back, who joined the club back in 2021. He has felt right at home since his first day in Gelsenkirchen, as have his family, who attend every home game.


Marcin Kaminski to remain with FC Schalke 04

A 2022 promotion hero is staying with the Royal Blues: Centre-back Marcin Kaminski has extended his contract by one year until summer 2024. The deal includes a performance-related option to extend it by an additional year.


Marcin Kaminski: Think of solutions, not problems

After being sidelined with an injury for several months, Marcin Kaminski has been able to return to the pitch in recent weeks. The centre-back has been an enthusiastic participant in the training camp sessions in Belek and has set big aims for himself. In an interview with, he spoke about his comeback, the training camp, a memorable race to secure safety during his time with Fortuna Düsseldorf and how he now wants to repeat it with the Royal Blues.

Marcin Kaminski: I feel good and I have confidence in my body

The Royal Blues weren’t satisfied after their 2-2 draw on Thursday against VfL Osnabrück. One player, however, had reason to be content following the final whistle. After more than three months on the side-line, Marcin Kaminski celebrated his comeback. The centre-back has been out of action recently due to a calf injury and had worked hard to be able to get some playing time in this calendar year.

Marcin Kaminski

Marcin Kaminski: Anything is still possible, it’s down to us

While there is still no action at the Bundesliga grounds up and down the country, Schalke have returned to training at Ernst-Kuzorra-Weg. The Royal Blues have been preparing for the remaining 19 league games since last week in Gelsenkirchen. Marcin Kaminski, who was last in the squad at the end of August, has returned to training following the cut to his calf that ruled him out for several months.


Kaminski celebrates World Cup qualification, Churlinov and North Macedonia miss out

Two Schalke 04 first-team players are experiencing mixed emotions – whilst Marcin Kaminski and Poland sealed their place at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar on Tuesday (29/3), Darko Churlinov was on the losing side with North Macedonia in their play-off final against Portugal. Elsewhere, Blendi Idrizi and Kerim Calhanoglu also featured for their national teams.