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Schalke 2013/14 Third kit XXL

Schalke 2013/14 Third kit XXL

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FC Schalke 04 was founded on May 4, 1904. The club has a rich history in German football and is one of the founding members of the Bundesliga, the top tier of German football.

This beautiful fanela is in excellent condition. Manufactured by Adidas it features Clima Cool Technology and it's a size XXL.

During the 2013/14 season, FC Schalke 04 had the following performance in various competitions:

  1. Bundesliga (German top division):

    • Schalke finished in 3rd place with 64 points. They won 19 matches, drew 7, and lost 8.
  2. DFB-Pokal (German Cup):

    • Schalke reached the 3rd Round.
  3. UEFA Champions League:

    • Schalke made it to the Round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League but were eliminated by Real Madrid.

Some of the key players from that season included:

  1. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar: The Dutch striker was one of Schalke's top scorers and a crucial part of their attack.

  2. Julian Draxler: The young German midfielder was considered one of the most promising talents in European football at the time.

  3. Benedikt Höwedes: The German defender and Schalke captain was a key figure in the team's defense.

  4. Kevin-Prince Boateng: The Ghanaian midfielder added experience and quality to the Schalke midfield.

  5. Jefferson Farfán: The Peruvian winger was known for his pace and skill on the wing.

  6. Ralf Fährmann: The German goalkeeper was a reliable presence in goal for Schalke.

  7. Atsuto Uchida: The Japanese right-back was known for his speed and defensive abilities.

  8. Joel Matip: The Cameroonian defender/midfielder was a versatile and important player for the team.

  9. Max Meyer: A young German midfielder who was considered a rising star in the squad.

  10. Sead Kolašinac: The Bosnian left-back, known for his defensive prowess and ability to contribute in attack.

  11. Roman Neustädter: The German midfielder provided stability in the center of the park.

The club's home matches are played at the Veltins-Arena, which is one of the most modern and iconic stadiums in Germany. It has a capacity of over 60,000 spectators.

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