Benjamin Kevin "Benji" Siegrist (born 31 January 1992 in Therwil) is a Swiss professional footballer who plays for Burton Albion on loan from Aston Villa as a goalkeeper. He was a member of the Switzerland squad at the 2012 Olympic Games in London and has gone on to represent the Swiss Under-21s. In 2009, Siegrist was part of his nation's FIFA U-17 World Cup winning side, during which he also received the competition's inaugural Golden Glove award for best goalkeeper.
Siegrist started his career at FC Basel in his native Switzerland. In January 2009, just prior to his 17th birthday, he signed for Aston Villa of the Premier League. He has represented the reserve and academy teams since joining the club, and in July 2010 he was allowed to link up with local side Tamworth with a view to a season-long loan. The loan move never materialised, but Siegrist did play for the club in two pre-season friendlies against Rugby Town and Leamington. As a Villa youth player, he helped the club to the reach the final of the 2009–10 FA Youth Cup (which was lost 3–2 on aggregate to Chelsea) and the 2011–12 Premier Reserve League South title.
Ahead of the 2012–13 season Siegrist was promoted to Aston Villa's first team squad, receiving the number 39 shirt in the process.
Siegrist joined Football League Two side Burton Albion on a one-month loan deal on 28 November 2013. He was given the number one shirt and was named on the bench for Albion's match with Plymouth Argyle on 30 November 2013.
Siegrist has been part of Switzerland squads at U17, U18, U19, U21 and currently U23 level. Siegrist won the 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Nigeria with his nation: the goalkeeper was an integral part of the side that beat the hosts in the final and won the tournament's first Golden Glove award as a result. He was chosen as a backup goalkeeper for Switzerland's U21 squad at the 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, but remained an unused substitute throughout the tournament as Switzerland lost 2–0 in the final to Spain. In 2012, Siegrist was chosen as a backup goalkeeper to Diego Benaglio for Pierluigi Tami's 18-man squad to represent Switzerland at the 2012 London Olympic Games.
- Swiss champion at U-16 level (1): 2007–08
- Swiss Cup winner at U-16 level: 2007–08
- Aston Villa