The Switzerland National Team, nicknamed the "Red crosses," Football's journey began in 1905. They are governed and handled by the Swiss Football Association. They are one of the qualified nations for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup and are in Group G with the giant country Brazil, Cameroon, and Serbia. Red Crosses played their first-ever international match on February 12, 1905, against France.
Thier best triumph achieved was the Bronze, which they succeeded in the 1924 Olympic games. As of 2022, Switzerland has contended in major Quintuplet international tournaments, i.e. World Cup, Olympic, European Championship, and Nations League Finals. It is also one of the strongest European nations competing in the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Presently, Murat Yakin is the Head coach; Vincent Cavin is an assistant coach; Patrick Foletti is a Goalkeeper, and Oliver Riedwyl is a fitness coach.
The team is led by Arsenal star player Granit Xhaka(C). The most numerous capped player in Switzerland's national history is Heinz Hermann, with 118 caps, and Alexander Frei is the highest score with 42 goals. On 5 June 2022, they played their last international game against Portugal, sorrowing a huge defeat with four downs.
The players for the Switzerland national squad are highlighted below.
Yann Sommer (1, Goalkeeper)
Jonas Omlin(21, Goalkeeper)
Manuel Akanji (Defender)
Eray Comert(6, Defender)
Nico Elvedi(4, Defender)
Silvan Widmer(3, Defender)
Ricardo Rodriguez(13, Defender)
Edilmilson Fernandes(20, Midfielder)
Michel Aebischer(20, Midfielder)
Granit Xhaka (10, Midfielder)(C)
Xherdan Shaqiri(23, Midfielder)
Denis Zakaria(11, Midfielder)
Fabian Frei(9, Midfielder)
Remo Freuler(8, Midfielder)
Noah Okafor(7, Midfielder)
Fabian Rieder( Midfielder)
Ardon Jashari (Midfielder)
Breel Embolo(7, Forward)
Haris Seferovic(9, Forward)
Ruben Vargas(11, Forward)
Djibril Sow (Forward)
Christian Fassnacht(15, Forward)
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