Schalke to play Angers in Mittersill

Friendly against a French side in Austria: Schalke have announced a further friendly for their training camp in Mittersill (July 29th to August 6th). The Royal Blues will face Ligue 1 side SCO Angers in the Waldstadion on August 5th at 15:30CEST.

The Black and Whites finished 14th in France’s top division last season, and reached the French Cup final one season before that, losing narrowly 1-0 to PSG.

The game will be the only friendly played by Domenico Tedesco’s side during their training camp in the Hohe Tauern National Park.

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