Switzerland National Team 2018 FIFA World Cup

December 5, 2017
First published on:December 5, 2017
by binor

Switzerland National Football Team represents the national football team of Switzerland in several international tournaments and is controlled by the Swiss Football Association.

Switzerland has appeared in 4 World Cups so far and their first World Cup appearance was in 1934 when it reached the quarter-final before losing to Czechoslovakia. Switzerland has hosted the tournament in 1954 and reached the quarter-final for a third time. Switzerland currently ranks 8th in the world FIFA ranking and their highest ever ranking is 3rd which was recorded in 1993. Their lowest ever ranking is 83rd in 1998.

The Swiss national team is managed by the head coach Vladimir Petkovic and the skipper of the national team is Stephan Lichtsteiner. Alexander Frei‎ is the top scorer for the national side scoring 42 goals and the player with highest caps is ‎Heinz Hermann‎ with a total of 118 caps.

List of players with most possible chance to be included in the final squad of the Switzerland Team for the FIFA World Cup 2018.

Goal Keepers

Yann Sommer
Roman Burki
Marwin Hitz
Yvon Mvogo
Marco Wolfli


Stephan Lichtsteiner
Ricardo Rodríguez
Johan Djourou
Fabian Schär
Philippe Senderos
François Moubandje
Steve von Bergen
Nico Elvedi


Xherdan Shaqiri
Granit Xhaka
Valon Behrami
Blerim Džemaili
Gökhan Inler
Gelson Fernandes
Tranquillo Barnetta
Fabian Frei


Admir Mehmedi
Haris Seferović
Breel Embolo
Eren Derdiyok
Josip Drmić
Shani Tarashaj

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