Of the thirty two teams that have qualified for the FIFA World Cup this year, one is Switzerland, which is one of the best teams of soccer today. It holds a FIFA ranking of number six and has played in a record ten FIFA World Cups since the thirties. During these years, Switzerland made it to the quarter–finals a record three times, giving many teams a run for their money. The Swiss national soccer team has also played in the UEFA European Football Championships, and its youth team has also won the Under 17 FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championships. You can attend their upcoming world cup games by buying Switzerland tickets.
Latest Switzerland Events
- IIHF World Junior Championship Exhibition: Canada vs. Switzerland, Air Canada Centre tickets for 12/23 07:00 PM Air Canada Centre
- Fri Dec 23 2016
- IIHF World Junior Championship: Czech Republic vs. Switzerland, Centre Bell tickets for 12/27 01:00 PM Centre Bell
- Tue Dec 27 2016
- IIHF World Junior Championship: Switzerland vs. Sweden, Centre Bell tickets for 12/28 05:00 PM Centre Bell
- Wed Dec 28 2016
- IIHF World Junior Championship: Switzerland vs. Denmark, Centre Bell tickets for 12/30 05:00 PM Centre Bell
- Fri Dec 30 2016
Switzerland’s national soccer team, one of the most competitive in the world, has qualified for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. This year, the famous soccer tournament is taking place in twelve Brazilian cities, with a total of thirty two teams participating. Switzerland is a member of the Swiss Football Association and a part of the UEFA Confederation in Europe. Ottmar Hitzfeld is the team's head coach, with Gokhan Inler as the captain. Heinz Herman holds the record for the most caps, at one hundred and seventeen, whereas Alexander Frei is the team's top scorer, with forty two goals scored so far. Switzerland currently ranks as one of the top ten teams in the world, as per the FIFA ranking, and is placed at Number Six. If you support the team during the World Cup, purchase Switzerland tickets in advance.
The national team representing Switzerland in soccer has been ranked third in the world by FIFA. Its first international match was played against the France, in 1905. Their biggest win, so far, has been against the Lithuania national soccer team, which it defeated by a score of 9–0. Since 1934, Switzerland has played in ten different FIFA World Cups and has made it to the quarter–finals three times. They have also played in three UEFA European Football Championships. The national team has also won the Olympic silver medal in football once. Youth teams from Switzerland have won the UEFA European Under 17 Football Championship and the FIFA U–17 World Cup.
In 2010, the team made the FIFA World Cup Finals record for the longest consecutive minutes without conceding a goal. During this game, played against Chile, they managed to defend themselves for seventy four long minutes without allowing the opposing team to score a single goal. In 2008, they played host to the Euro 2008 games, alongside Austria, and played for the third time in the tournament. The team appeared in FIFA World Cup for the first time in 1934 and made it to the quarter–finals. In 1938, it made it to the quarter–finals once again. In 1954, Switzerland hosted the FIFA World Cup.
During the fifties and sixties, Switzerland played in three different World Cups and went through major changes after Roy Hodgson, an American manager was appointed in 1992. Because of these changed, soon the team was ranking at number three in the world, and qualifying for the World Cup again. They also played in the UEFA Euro 1996 Finals and are undoubtedly one of the finest teams of the soccer world. Switzerland tickets are on sale, so book your share as soon as possible.
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Q:When will I receive my Switzerland Vs. Ecuador - Group E?
A:Placed in the same group as former world champions France and minnows Honduras, this will be a potential destiny deciding game between Switzerland and Ecuador to see which team can make it to the playoff stage in the world cup. Your Switzerland Tickets are shipped to you via FedEx and for our part, we usually place orders on the same business day as they are received, or the following business day, if they are received after hours. But please rest assured that your tickets will reach you well with in time for your event, for FedEx is a reliable courier service and is guaranteed to deliver your tickets as soon as possible.
Q:How much are Switzerland Vs. France Worldcup Tickets for?
A:The last meeting between these two sides took place during the 2006 World Cup and ended in a 0-0 draw. So it will be really interesting to see how these two teams fare against each other this time around. You can easily find out the prices of Switzerland Tickets by going to the relevant event page on our website. Once there, you will observe that ticket prices vary over a large range, so simply select the ones that most suit your budget requirements. You can also avail our various special discount offers to ensure that you get the best possible price for your tickets.
Q:How many Switzerland Vs. France Tickets can I buy?
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