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The separation proved short-lived and the two came together again in as Turn- und Sportverein Schalke The new club won its first honours in as champions of the Schalke Kreisliga.
It was around this time that Schalke picked up the nickname Die Knappen , from an old German word for "miners" because the team drew so many of its players and supporters from the coal miners of Gelsenkirchen.
In , the football team parted ways with the gymnasts again, this time taking the club chairman along with them.
They took the name FC Schalke 04 and adopted the now familiar blue and white kit from which their second nickname would derive, Die Königsblauen English: The Royal Blues.
The following year, the club became the dominant local side, based on a style of play that used short, sharp, man-to-man passing to move the ball.
This system would later become famous as the Schalker Kreisel English: spinning top; gyroscope. In , it carried them into the top-flight Gauliga Ruhr , onto the league championship, and then into the opening rounds of the national finals.
The popular club built a new stadium, the Glückauf-Kampfbahn, in , and acknowledged the city's support by renaming themselves FC Gelsenkirchen-Schalke They won their first West German championship in , but the following year were sanctioned for exceeding salary levels set by the league and, in an era that considered professionalism in sport to be anathema, found themselves banned from play for nearly half a year.
However, the ban had little impact on the team's popularity: in their first match after the ban against Fortuna Düsseldorf , in June , the team drew 70, spectators to its home ground.
The club's fortunes begun to rise from and they made a semi-final appearance in the German championship , losing 1—2 to Eintracht Frankfurt. The year after , the club went all the way to the final, where Fortuna Düsseldorf proved the better side, winning 3—0.
With the re-organisation of German football in under Nazi Germany , Schalke found themselves in the Gauliga Westfalen , 1 of 16 top-flight divisions established to replace the innumerable regional and local leagues, all claiming top status.
This league saw Schalke's most successful decade in their history: from to , the club would appear in 14 of 18 national finals ten in the German championship and eight in the Tschammerpokal , the predecessor of today's DFB-Pokal and win their league in every one of its eleven seasons.
The club never lost a home match in the Gauliga Westfalen in all these 11 seasons and only lost six away matches, while remaining unbeaten in the —36, —37, —38, —39, —41 and —43 seasons, a sign of the club's dominance.
Schalke's first national title came in with a 2—1 victory over favourites 1. FC Nürnberg. The next year , they successfully defended their title against VfB Stuttgart with a 6—4 win.
The club missed the final, but would make appearances in the championship match in each of the next six years, coming away victorious in , , and Die Königsblauen also made frequent appearances in the final of the Tschammerpokal, but enjoyed much less success there.
They lost the inaugural Tschammerpokal 0—2 to 1. FC Nürnberg in They also made failed appearances in the , , and finals with their only victory coming in against Fortuna Düsseldorf.
Over a dozen seasons, from to , Schalke won of Gauliga matches, drawing 21 and losing only 6. Within this period, they scored goals and conceded just From to , they did not lose a single league match.
The club's dominance throughout this period led them to be held up for propaganda purposes by the Nazi regime as an example of "new Germany".
They resumed regular play following the war and, for a time, continued to compete as a strong side. They set a record in a national championship round match with a 20—0 drubbing of SpVgg Herten , but that spoke more to the weakened condition of German football than to the ability of the team.
Schalke's play fell off and the best they could manage in the new Oberliga West in was a sixth-place finish. Within two years, they slipped to 12th place.
It would take Schalke until the mids to recover their form. They finished third in a tight three-way race for the Oberliga West title, decided on the last day of the season.
The club's next, and to date last, German championship came in with a 3—0 victory over Hamburger SV. The strong fanbase of the club is as well documented in a local church, St.
Joseph, in Gelsenkirchen. It was renovated shortly after the victory, where one of the glass windows shows Aloysius Gonzaga with a football and the dress and colors of Schalke.
Schalke continued to play well, delivering a number of top four finishes in the years leading up to the formation of the Bundesliga , West Germany's new federal, professional league.
Those results earned them selection as 1 of 16 clubs admitted to the top-flight league. Their first years in the Bundesliga were difficult.
In —65 , they escaped relegation only through the expansion of the league to 18 teams. A number of finishes at the lower end of the league table followed, before a marked improvement in —72 , culminating in a second-place finish to Bayern Munich and after having led the league for much of the season.
Despite their improved results, the seeds of a major reversal had already been sown. A number of the team's players and officials were accused of accepting bribes as part of the widespread Bundesliga scandal of Investigation showed that Schalke had deliberately played to lose their 17 May, 28th-round match against Arminia Bielefeld , 0—1.
As a result, several Schalke players were banned for life, including three — Klaus Fischer , "Stan" Libuda and Klaus Fichtel — who regularly played for the West Germany national team at the time.
Even though the penalties were later commuted to bans ranging from six months to two years, the scandal had a profound effect on what might have possibly become one of the dominant German teams of the s.
In the wake of the scandal, the club's performance was uneven. They managed another second-place result in —77 , finishing just one point behind champions Borussia Mönchengladbach.
In the early s, Die Knappen ran into trouble and found themselves relegated to the second division of the Bundesliga for the —82 season and, after promotion, again in — They returned to the top flight in but slipped once more to the second tier in They returned to the Bundesliga in the —92 season and have stayed in the top flight ever since.
Coached by the Dutch coach Huub Stevens , the Schalke squad earned the nickname "Euro Fighters", which is still in use among fans.
Stevens, who was widely unknown in Germany at the time, quickly earned himself a cult following among the Schalke supporters.
Stevens successfully implemented a system of rigid discipline, especially in the defence. The turn of the millennium has seen much stronger performances from Schalke.
During the s and early , the club underwent a successful transformation into a modern, commercial sports organization and established itself as one of the dominant teams of the Bundesliga.
Schalke captured consecutive DFB-Pokals in —01 and —02 , and earned second-place finishes in the Bundesliga in —01 , —05 and — The —01 season finish was heartbreaking for Schalke's supporters as it took a goal in the fourth minute of injury time by Bayern Munich away to Hamburger SV to snatch the title from Die Königsblauen.
Gerald Asamoah , longtime Schalke player with over matches in over 11 years. Schalke players celebrate winning the DFB-Pokal in The last few years have been more successful for Schalke, who finished in the second place in , a result that led to Schalke making its second appearance in the UEFA Champions League.
There, Schalke finished in third place during the group stage and continuing into the UEFA Cup , where they were eliminated by the eventual winners Sevilla in the semi-finals.
In —06 , Schalke finished in fourth place in the Bundesliga and a year later they again finished as runners-up for the third time in seven seasons.
In the —08 season , Schalke progressed past the Champions League group stage for the first time and advanced to the quarter-finals after defeating Porto on penalties in the round of They were eliminated by Barcelona in the quarter-finals, losing both home and away matches 0—1.
On 9 October , Russian oil company Gazprom became the club's new sponsor. On 13 April , the club announced the dismissal of manager Mirko Slomka after a heavy defeat at the hands of Werder Bremen and elimination from the Champions League.
Former players Mike Büskens and Youri Mulder were put in charge of the first team on an interim basis. For the —09 Bundesliga season , Schalke signed a new head coach, Fred Rutten , previously of Twente.
Rutten signed a contract running until June On 1 July , Felix Magath , who had led VfL Wolfsburg to the top of the table in the Bundesliga, became head coach and general manager of the Königsblauen.
Magath's tenure at the club was initially successful, seeing the side score a glut of goals in the first few months of the season, though defensive frailties and Magath's questionable squad selection had made him unpopular with Schalke supporters by December On 16 March , Magath was sacked and replaced with Ralf Rangnick , who previously, between and , had a brief spell being in charge of the team.
Within just weeks of his appointment, Rangnick masterminded a 5—2 victory over Inter Milan at the San Siro during the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Schalke advanced to the semi-final where they lost 2—0 to Manchester United in the first leg and 4—1 in the second leg.