Swiss Super League
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|Founded||1898 as Swiss Serie A|
1933 as Nationalliga A
|Number of teams||10|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Relegation to||Challenge League|
|Domestic cup(s)||Swiss Cup|
|International cup(s)||UEFA Champions League|
UEFA Europa League
|Current champions||Young Boys (13th title) |
|Most championships||Grasshopper (27 titles)|
|TV partners||Teleclub Sport|
|2019–20 Swiss Super League|
The Swiss Super League (known as the Raiffeisen Super League for sponsorship reasons) is a Swiss professional league in the top tier of the Swiss football league system and has been played in its current format since the 2003–04 season. As of October 2019 the Swiss Super League is ranked 20th in Europe according to UEFA's ranking of league coefficients, which is based upon Swiss team performances in European competitions.
|1930–31||1e Ligue||Prima Lega|
|1931–44||Nationalliga||Ligue Nationale||Lega Nazionale|
|1933||Challenge National||Challenge National|
|2012–||Raiffeisen Super League|
The teams competing in the 2019–20 season are:
|FC Basel||15/11/1893||Basel||St. Jakob-Park||37.994|
|Servette FC||20/3/1890||Geneva||Stade de Geneve||30.084|
|FC Lugano||28/07/1908||Lugano||Stadio Cornaredo||6.390|
|FC St. Gallen||19/04/1879||St. Gallen||Kybunpark||19.456|
|FC Thun||04/05/1898||Thun||Stockhorn Arena||10.104|
|Neuchâtel Xamax||1912||Neuchâtel||Stade de la Maladière||12.000|
|BSC Young Boys||14/03/1898||Bern||Stade de Suisse||31.789|
Promotion/Relegation from 2018–2019 season
- Grasshopper Club Zurich was relegated to the Challenge League by finishing 10th.
- Servette FC finished first in the Challenge League and was promoted to the top tier.
Performance by club
|Titles||Club||Last Championship won|
Performance by club (professional era only)
- Switzerland - List of Champions RSSSF
- Swiss Football League - Nationalliga A RSSSF
- WSC 257 Jul 08. "When Saturday Comes – Border crossing". Wsc.co.uk. Retrieved 15 November 2014.
- Heinrich Schifferle. "Swiss Football League". European Professional Football Leagues. Retrieved 1 May 2016.
- UEFA.com. "Member associations - UEFA Coefficients - Country coefficients". UEFA.com. Retrieved 18 February 2019.
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