SC Freiburg


David Wagner: We deserved to lose

David Wagner and his Freiburg counterpart Christian Streich both gave their thoughts after the final game of the season. Daniel Caligiuri also commented on Schalke’s 4-0 loss away from home.


Neither a glass half empty, nor a glass half full

The Royal Blues had to settle for a 0-0 draw against Freiburg on Saturday. “When you play for more than 45 minutes with a man down, then you’ve got to accept a point,” says Matija Nastasic, who, like the rest of the team, had wanted to get more than a draw.


Domenico Tedesco: We only woke up with ten men

After Saturday’s (16/02) draw with SC Freiburg, Domenico Tedesco and Christian Streich reflected on the goalless draw. Bastian Oczipka and Rabbi Matondo also gave their views after the game. has summarised all of the post-match reactions.


S04 draw 0-0 against Freiburg after playing 45 minutes with ten men

FC Schalke 04 and SC Freiburg couldn’t be separated on Saturday afternoon (16/2) at the VELTINS-Arena. The Royal Blues played over 45 minutes with ten men after Suat Serdar was sent off in the 42nd minute. The guests also had Christian Günter sent off in added time.


Domenico Tedesco: We have a number of options

Domenico Tedesco became the latest victim of the flu as he was struck down with illness earlier in the week. But the head coach is now well on the road to recovery and looking forward to this Saturday’s (16.02) home game against SC Freiburg, with one thing in mind: “We need to score goals.”


“Nobody stood emotionless on the pitch”

Five games, five defeats. “Nobody had expected a start to the season like this,” says Christian Heidel. “We have lost a game, which we certainly shouldn’t have. It sounds a bit odd to say that this was our best game so far, despite having lost five in a row. But ultimately goals decide football games, and we didn't score any.”


Schalke lose 1-0 in Freiburg

Schalke 04 remain without a point after defeat to SC Freiburg in the Schwarzwald-Stadion. The Royal Blues lost 1-0 after Florian Niederlechner’s winner in the 52nd minute.


Domenico Tedesco: Hungry for success

FC Schalke 04 travel to SC Freiburg on Tuesday evening (20:30 CEST) in search of their first Bundesliga points of the season and head coach Domenico Tedesco is convinced that the Bundesliga table will look a bit prettier for the Royal-Blues after the clash in the Schwarzwald-Stadion.

SC Freiburg – 1.FC Köln

SC Freiburg – Guaranteed goals

SC Freiburg got their first Bundesliga win of the season at the weekend, laying down a marker with a 3-1 away win at Wolfsburg. Their biggest defensive talent was sold in the summer and that money was invested in strengthening their squad depth. Whilst the attackers are proving their worth, there are still question marks surrounding Freiburg’s defence.


Domenico Tedesco: It was the tough game we expected

After Schalke'S 2-0 this afternoon over SC Freiburg, we noted what head coaches Domenico Tedesco and Christian Streich had to say about the game.


Daniel Caligiuri: The lads played with courage

Against SC Freiburg, Daniel Caligiuri and Guido Burgstaller got on the scoresheet. We spoke to them both after the 2-0 win.


2-0 win over Freiburg sees S04 level club record

FC Schalke 04 celebrated their sixth consecutive win this Saturday afternoon over SC Freiburg. Schalke have managed this feat twice before in the 2004/2005 and 2006/2007 seasons respectively. The goalscorers for Schalke were Daniel Caligiuri and Guido Burgstaller.