Switzerland Clubs

Switzerland Clubs Table
Squad Comp Gender From To Comps Champs Other Names
AC BellinzonaM2008-20092010-201130
BSC Young BoysSuper LeagueM2003-20042019-2020233
FC AarauM2003-20042014-201590
FC BaselSuper LeagueM2002-20032019-20203011
FC Lausanne-SportM2010-20112017-201860
FC LuganoF2019-20202019-202010
FC LuganoSuper LeagueM2015-20162019-202060
FC LuzernSuper LeagueM2006-20072019-2020140
FC SchaffhausenM2004-20052006-200730
FC SionSuper LeagueM2006-20072019-2020150
FC St. GallenSuper LeagueM2003-20042019-2020160
FC ThunSuper LeagueM2003-20042019-2020170
FC Wil 1900M2003-20042003-200410
FC ZürichSuper LeagueM2003-20042019-2020213
FC Zürich FrauenF2014-20152019-202060FC Zürich
Grasshopper Club ZürichM2003-20042018-2019160
Neuchâtel Xamax FCSSuper LeagueM2003-20042019-2020100
Servette FCSuper LeagueM2003-20042019-202050
Yverdon-Sport FCM2005-20062005-200610

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