Bielefeld / Germany-SANA
Schalke fell from the German Premier League for the first time in 33 years today, after losing 1-0 to hostile Armenia Bielefeld, similar to him, to remain in the last place, 13 points behind the play-off center, to avoid relegation with just four matches to go
Fabian Kloss scored a goal in the 50th minute to settle the fate of Schalke, who achieved only two victories during the entire season.
Schalke, a very popular club in Germany, fell three times in the 1980s, most recently in 1988, but enjoyed more success in the following decades, winning the UEFA Cup in 1997 and reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League in 2011.
Schalke, who has won seven Bundesliga titles, has not won the title since the founding of the Illuminations League in 1963, when the last title he won in the Bundesliga dates back to 1958.