Switzerland Super League 2023: Comprehensive Guide to Schedule, Standings, Scorers & Assists

League Data

Standings:All-time full, half-time, home and away data for different seasons.

Match data:Historical match data for different seasons, including scores, odds, corners, handicaps, over/under, red and yellow cards, and other live match details.

Football Player Data:Player records, including goals scored, clean sheets and passes.

About Switzerland Super League

The Swiss Super League (2020-2021) is composed of 10 teams, and the tournament adopts four rounds of scoring (four rounds: the two teams play against the other side as home and away respectively, a total of four times.) The calculation method for the points per game is: the winner gets 3 points, the loser gets no point, and each gets 1 point if there is a draw. At the end of the season, the teams will be ranked according to their points. If the points are the same, they will be ranked according to the goal difference and number of goals. If they are still the same and the result is related to the league championship, then there will be a playoff. The league champion has the qualification to play in the second round of the playoff in the UEFA Champions League next season; the runner-up has the qualification to play in the qualifier for the UEFA Champions League next season; the third and fourth places will participate in the Europa League playoffs next season. The champion of Swiss Super League can participate in the third qualifying round of the Europa League next season, and if they could obtain a place in the UEFA Champions League through the Europa League, the relevant places will be postponed in accordance with the league ranking. The bottom team of the league will be directly relegated, and the penultimate place will play a two-round promotion playoff with the second place of the League 1.