Super League

CountrySwitzerlandSwitzerland
Season2023

The Swiss Super League, also known as the Raiffeisen Super League due to sponsorship reasons, is the top-tier professional football league in Switzerland. The league, which was established in 1897, is overseen by the Swiss Football Association and is one of the oldest football leagues in Europe.

The Super League is composed of 10 teams that compete against each other in a double round-robin format, playing each other twice at home and twice away, totaling 36 matches each season. The season typically runs from July to May, with a winter break from December to February. The team with the most points at the end of the season is crowned the Swiss champion.

The league has been dominated by a few clubs throughout its history, with Grasshopper Club Zürich, FC Basel, and FC Zürich winning the majority of the championships. However, the most successful club in recent years has been BSC Young Boys, who have won the title multiple times in the past decade.

The Swiss Super League is known for its competitive nature and its ability to produce high-quality players who often move on to compete in more prestigious leagues in Europe. The league has been the starting point for many famous footballers, including Xherdan Shaqiri, Granit Xhaka, and Stephan Lichtsteiner.

Despite being a small league in comparison to other European leagues, the Swiss Super League has made significant strides in recent years. The league has seen an increase in competitiveness, with more clubs challenging for the title and a higher level of play on the field. This has led to increased interest and viewership, both domestically and internationally.

The Swiss Super League also plays a crucial role in the development of Swiss football. The league's clubs have strong youth academies that nurture young talent, providing a pathway for Swiss players to professional football. This has contributed to the success of the Swiss national team, which has consistently qualified for the UEFA European Championship and the FIFA World Cup.

In conclusion, the Swiss Super League, while not as globally recognized as some of its European counterparts, holds a significant place in the world of football. Its competitive nature, history, and role in player development make it an important part of the football landscape in Switzerland and beyond.

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Super League Top Scorers

The current top scorer list for Super League in 2023

Player Team Goals
fc-lugano 12
fc-st-gallen 11
fc-zurich 10
servette-fc 10
lausanne 10
fc-zurich 10
bsc-young-boys 9
yverdon-sport 8
bsc-young-boys 8
fc-winterthur 8

Super League standings

Rank Team MP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 BSC Young Boys players, news and schedule BSC Young Boys 30 17 7 6 59 27 32 58
2 Servette FC players, news and schedule Servette FC 31 15 9 7 51 36 15 54
3 FC Lugano players, news and schedule FC Lugano 31 16 5 10 58 44 14 53
4 FC Zurich players, news and schedule FC Zurich 31 12 12 7 44 33 11 48
5 FC Winterthur players, news and schedule FC Winterthur 31 12 10 9 53 54 -1 46
6 FC ST. Gallen players, news and schedule FC ST. Gallen 30 12 7 11 45 41 4 43
7 FC Luzern players, news and schedule FC Luzern 31 12 7 12 38 41 -3 43
8 Lausanne players, news and schedule Lausanne 31 9 10 12 42 46 -4 37
9 FC Basel 1893 players, news and schedule FC Basel 1893 31 10 6 15 38 49 -11 36
10 Yverdon Sport players, news and schedule Yverdon Sport 30 9 7 14 36 57 -21 34
11 Grasshoppers players, news and schedule Grasshoppers 30 8 6 16 33 40 -7 30
12 Stade Lausanne-Ouchy players, news and schedule Stade Lausanne-Ouchy 31 5 8 18 33 62 -29 23

Prediction Stats

Correct Strike rate
Winner 104/148 70%
Over/Under 20/24 83%
League Correct %
Pro League logo Pro League 44/53 83%
Cup logo Cup 9/11 82%
Primera División - Apertura logo Primera División - Apertura 28/34 82%
Premier League logo Premier League 50/62 81%
World Cup - Qualification Asia logo World Cup - Qualification Asia 28/35 80%
First League logo First League 118/150 79%
Liga 1 logo Liga 1 65/83 78%
Super League 1 logo Super League 1 113/144 78%
Primera División Femenina logo Primera División Femenina 103/136 76%
Liga Pro logo Liga Pro 130/170 76%