Switzerland World Cup Squad 2022: Switzerland Team Final Roster

Murat Yakin’s team has returned and is eager to defeat Brazil and the other teams in the competition.

Even without any well-known star players, the Swiss are a formidable opponent.

They advanced through the first round of five of the last six international events. They surprised France in the Euro 2020 final.

Granit Xhaka and his international colleagues stunned Italy by winning UEFA Group C and going unbeaten in the playoffs.

Switzerland’s national football team this year have well-rounded players.

Switzerland World Cup Squad

Switzerland 2022 World Cup Squad (Final Roster)

Switzerland team announced their Final 26-man World Cup squad on Wednesday, November 9. Which is 5 days ahead of the FIFA-imposed deadline. Here’s the final Switzerland Squad for FIFA World Cup 2022:

GoalkeeperYann SommerBorussia Monchengladbach (GER)3376
GoalkeeperGregor KobelBorussia Dortmund (GER)243
GoalkeeperPhilipp KohnRB Salzburg (AUT)240
GoalkeeperJonas OmlinMontpellier (FRA) 243
DefenderFabian ScharNewcastle (ENG)3072
DefenderManuel Akanji Manchester City (ENG)2742
DefenderRicardo RodriguezTorino (ITA) 30100
DefenderNico ElvediBorussia Monchengladbach (GER)2640
DefenderSilvan WidmerMainz (GER)2933
DefenderEray Comert Valencia (SPA)249
MidfielderGranit XhakaArsenal (ENG)30106
MidfielderRemo FreulerNottingham Forest (ENG)3048
MidfielderFabian FreiBasel (SWI)3322
MidfielderDenis ZakariaChelsea (ENG)2542
MidfielderDjibril SowFrankfurt (GER)2532
MidfielderRenato SteffenLugano (SWI) 3027
MidfielderMichel AebischerBologna (ITA)2511
MidfielderArdon JashariLuzern (SWI) 201
MidfielderFabian RiederYoung Boys (SUI)00
MidfielderXherdan Shaqiri Chicago Fire (USA)31108
MidfielderRuben VargasAugsburg (GER)2426
MidfielderEdimilson FernandesMainz (GER)2622
ForwardNoah OkaforRB Salzburg (AUT)228
ForwardChristian FassnachtYoung Boys (SUI)2815
ForwardHaris SeferovicGalatasaray (TUR)3088
ForwardBreel EmboloMonaco (FRA)2558

Also Check: Switzerland FIFA World Cup Schedule

FIFA World Cup 2022 Switzerland Team Preview

Stephan Lichtsteiner and Valon Behrami, two long-serving Swiss players, will not travel to Qatar for the World Cup.
With new leaders in place, the Swiss squad will be formidable and well-organized once more.

Granit Xhaka’s improved club performance this season has made him a formidable weapon for Arsenal’s Premier League-winning squad.

He and Xherdan Shaqiri of the Chicago Fire will both tie Qatar’s record for most international games played (120).

Breel Embolo will be expected to spearhead the assault, as seen by his strong start in Ligue 1.

The Swiss squad has a well-deserved reputation for being well-trained and talented on the field.

Defense is bolstered by Mauel Akanji, Fabian Schar, and Ricardo Rodriguez. According to a recent interview, Akanji appears to be equally adept in arithmetic as he is at soccer.

Despite the fact that none of the players are very flashy, this team is well-rounded. When confronted with a formidable defense, the Swiss may cease to look beyond the box. Shaqiri’s talents are deteriorating at the age of 31.

Our Prediction about Switzerland at FIFA World Cup 2022

Switzerland hopes to perform well at the World Cup in Qatar in 2022.

Switzerland will advance to the next round if they win Group G.

The winners of Group E (Spain, Germany, Japan, and Costa Rica/New Zealand) meet the losers of Group F in the 53rd match of respective championships (Belgium, Croatia, Canada and Morocco).
The runners-up from Groups A, C, B, and D, in that order, as well as the winner of Match 57. There are visitors from the Netherlands, Argentina, France, Denmark, Poland, and the United Kingdom.

Despite the fact that they were only recently called up, Andi Zeqiri, Steven Zuber, and Gregor Kobel may not all play in Qatar. Zuber, an AEK Athens midfielder, has represented his nation more than 50 times.

Murat Yakin has employed a 4-2-3-1 system since taking over. In his debut game, Yakin employed a back-three system and a two-man assault against Greece (4-4-2 diamond against the Czech Republic in June 2022).

How many players will be in Switzerland’s World Cup squad?

Each side will have 26 players instead of 23 during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

How Many Football World Cups has Switzerland won?

Eleven times, the Swiss national team has reached the World Cup finals. They finished sixth in 1934, their highest finish. This is their 11th World Cup appearance. But they have never won a World Cup.

With the well-rounded players in the team, Switzerland should be advancing to the next levels. It won’t be surprising that the team manages the group round. Make sure to bookmark this page to follow their news and updates.

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