Marius Bülter


Marius Bülter joins TSG 1899 Hoffenheim

Attacker Marius Bülter has left FC Schalke 04 after two seasons to join TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. The clubs have agreed that the transfer details will remain undisclosed.


Rodrigo Zalazar back in Gelsenkirchen, Marius Bülter returns to team training

Marius Bülter has returned to team training at the start of the second week of pre-season. The attacker only trained individually last week after recovering from food poisoning. He therefore missed the friendly against SC Spelle-Venhaus on Saturday (3-0).


Marius Bülter: Our game is defined by emotions

Marius Bülter scored for FC Schalke 04 in the 12th minute of injury time in a vital 3-2 win against 1. FSV Mainz 05. The striker didn’t let the pressure get to him, as he stepped up to the spot and slotted home the winning goal.


Marius Bülter wins Player of the Month for March

The fans have voted Marius Bülter as March’s Player of the Month, presented by Hagedorn. The attacker received 69% of the votes, ahead of Henning Matriciani (28%) and Rodrigo Zalazar (3%).


Marius Bülter is a man in form

FC Schalke 04’s Marius Bülter has scored four goals in his last four games, including Sportschau’s Goal of the Month for February. The forward converted a penalty in the away game against FC Augsburg on Saturday (18/3), remaining calm in injury time to secure the Royal Blues a point.


Marius Bülter scores February Goal of the Month

A special award for Marius Bülter: the Royal Blues’ number 11 has scored the Goal of the Month for February. The 29-year-old’s wonderful back-heel flick in the 2-1 win against VfB Stuttgart on February 25th received more than 123,000 votes.


Back-heel brilliance: Marius Bülter lights up the VELTINS-Arena once more

A cross in from the right, a wonderful heel-flick from Marius Bülter and celebrations for FC Schalke 04 – for the second time in recent memory, this story repeated itself as the Royal Blues beat VfB Stuttgart 2-1 at home on Saturday (25/02). Schalke’s number 11 repeated the same feat back in November 2021, as he flicked a goal home against SV Sandhausen in the 2. Bundesliga.


Marius Bülter: We have to start picking up points

It was an improved performance in the home game against SC Freiburg last Sunday (30/10), but S04 still slipped to a 2-0 defeat. Forward Marius Bülter is hoping to get back on track this Saturday night (5/11) away to fellow promoted side SV Werder Bremen. A win would be huge for Schalke for both the table and the team’s confidence levels. (4)

Marius Bülter named “Schalker of the Month“ for August

A goal in Köln, a last gasp equaliser against Mönchengladbach and scoring from the spot against his former side Union Berlin: Marius Bülter was Schalke’s top scorer last month, topping off some excellent performances. He has been rewarded by Royal Blue fans by being voted “Schalker of the Month” for August. (6)

Marius Bülter: It can happen once, but not four or five times

Marius Bülter had imagined that his first meeting with his former club would go rather differently. The striker scored his third goal of the season against Union Berlin, but it was ultimately not much consolation to the 29-year-old. "I don't think I've ever lost by such a high margin," said the forward. "It’s extremely painful and feels anything but good.


Marius Bülter: The fans really pushed us on

Frank Kramer’s first home game as head coach of Schalke was an eventful one. Alongside Gladbach boss Daniel Farke, he spoke to the media after the game. S04 strikers Marius Bülter and Simon Terodde also gave their thoughts on the 2-2 draw.

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Marius Bülter: The fans are behind us

Marius Bülter’s header in the 76th minute gave his side hope of rescuing a point against Köln on Sunday. Shortly afterwards, however, FC scored again and went on to win 3-1 in the sold-out RheinEnergieSTADION. According to Bülter, It was a bitter ending to a game which didn’t quite go his side’s way.