Switzerland booked their spot in the World Cup thanks to a 1-0 aggregate play-off win over Northern Ireland. Their FIFA ranking is 6.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to be held in Russia from 14th June to 15th July. All teams have qualified for the tournament and these teams are required to register a squad of 23 players, which includes three goalkeepers. Only players from this squad can play in the tournament.
The 32 teams will be divided into eight groups of four teams each – Group A to Group H. The four teams in Group E are: Brazil, Costa Rica, Serbia and Switzerland.
Switzerland booked their spot in the World Cup thanks to a 1-0 aggregate play-off win over Northern Ireland. Their FIFA ranking is 6. Let’s look at Switzerland’s official squad for FIFA World Cup, 2018.
Coach: Vladimir Petković
- Yann Sommer - Goalkeeper - 29 years old - 35 caps
- Stephan Lichtsteiner (captain) - Defender - 34 years old - 99 caps
- François Moubandje - Defender - 27 years old - 17 caps
- Nico Elvedi - Defender - 21 years old - 5 caps
- Manuel Akanji - Defender - 22 years old - 6 caps
- Michael Lang - Defender - 27 years old - 24 caps
- Breel Embolo - Forward - 21 years old - 24 caps
- Remo Freuler - Midfielder - 26 years old - 9 caps
- Haris Seferović - Forward - 26 years old - 50 caps
- Granit Xhaka - Midfielder - 25 years old - 61 caps
- Valon Behrami - Midfielder - 33 years old - 78 caps
- Yvon Mvogo - Goalkeeper - 24 years old - 0 caps
- Ricardo Rodríguez - Defender - 25 years old - 52 caps
- Steven Zuber - Midfielder - 26 years old - 11 caps
- Blerim Džemaili - Midfielder - 32 years old - 64 caps
- Gelson Fernandes - Midfielder - 31 years old - 67 caps
- Denis Zakaria - Midfielder - 21 years old - 10 caps
- Mario Gavranović - Forward - 28 years old - 13 caps
- Josip Drmić - Forward - 25 years old - 28 caps
- Johan Djourou - Defender - 31 years old - 74 caps
- Roman Bürki - Goalkeeper - 27 years old - 8 caps
- Fabian Schär - Defender - 26 years old - 38 caps
- Xherdan Shaqiri - Midfielder - 26 years old - 69 caps