Schalke 04 to hold training camp in Benidorm from 4/1/2019 – 12/1/2019

For the third time in a row, the Royal Blues are heading to Costa Blanca to kick off the new year. From Friday 4th until Saturday 12th January 2019, the FC Schalke 04 squad will hold their training camp in Benidorm, Spain. Head coach Domenico Tedesco’s team will again be staying in the Melia Villaitana hotel complex.

Schalke fans can follow their team in the team plane. The plane departs from Düsseldorf airport at 10:00 CEST on 4th January and will land in Alicante at 12:30 CEST. The return flight will take off at 14:00 CEST on 12th January, landing back in Düsseldorf at 16:30 CEST. The costs come to 200 euros. Fans can register their interest for the limited number of places on the plane by Wednesday 31st October at the follow link: www.anmeldung-schalke04.de/forms/fanbelange_flugreisewinter2019.php (in German).

In terms of accommodation, fans must book their rooms in the Melia Villaitana hotel complex or alternative accommodation directly with the hotel, preferably with an online search or by email, requesting a booking with reservas.melia.villaitana@melia.com.

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