Switzerland Women’s World Cup 2023 Squad : The final Roster Was Revealed With Wholesome ad

Switzerland announces Women’s World Cup 2023 squad with wholesome ad on 3 July, 2023. As the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is less than two weeks away from the first match which will kick-off on July 20, 2023. So, all the national teams are finalizing their world cup squad before the last date of submission which is July 9, 2023.

Switzerland Women's World Cup 2023 Squad
  • Switzerland announces women’s soccer world cup 2023 squad with wholesome ad on 3 July, 2023
  • This is the second time Switzerland have reached the Women’s World Cup
  • Switzerland were drawn in Group A with New Zealand, Norway, Philippines


Like every nation introducing their final team in a unique way, Switzerland too has come up with the announcement of their team by revealing their squad for the world cup tournament in the YouTube page of Schweizerischer Fussballverband (Swiss Football Association) where they shared a promotional video which featured an introduction to all the players who are in the squad of the Swiss team for the world cup.


Inka Grings who is a head coach of Switzerland women’s soccer team, had a fruitful playing career, scoring 64 goals in 96 games for Germany and taking home the Euros in 2005 and 2009. The squad is optimistic despite modest achievements under coach Grings.

This is Switzerland’s second appearance at the Women’s World Cup. Previously, they played in the 2015 World Cup edition, where they were knocked out in the Round of 16 by Canada. Despite that they’ve only once reached the knock out stage of a major tournament but this time they will be aiming to topped Group A

Switzerland’s roster is modest compared to some of the elite teams. It helped Grings choose her final 23 players in certain aspects, but it also means that their most important players need to be at the top of their game if they want to spring some shocks.

Lia Wälti, together with PSG’s Ramona Bachmann and Barcelona’s Ana-Maria Crnogorcevic, are the heart and soul of the team. After the announcement of the final squad on July 3, 2023. The following day , they lost the 16-year forward sensation Iman Beney who ruptured her anterior cruciate ligament in training and was replaced by Amira Arfaoui.

After qualifying for the 2015 World Cup and the Euros in 2017 and 2022, this will be Switzerland’s fourth appearance at a major competition. La Nati’s Euro 2022 campaign was dismal as they were eliminated in the group stage after earning only one point. However, they were still able to qualify for the Women’s World Cup by winning eight of their games and losing just once, 1-0 to Italy.

Switzerland can still hope of advancing to the next round due to the squad’s balanced combination of youthful enthusiasm and experience, first place may be reached this time. As a result of a favorable draw. Co-hosts New Zealand, Norway, and the Philippines, three of the tournament’s five lowest-ranked nations, are in Group A alongside them. They will be devastated if they are left out of the knockout round.

Switzerland Women’s World Cup 2023 Squad

PositionPlayerDate of Birth (age)CapsGoalsClub
GoalkeeperGaëlle Thalmann18 January 1986 (age 37)1040Real Betis
GoalkeeperSeraina Friedli20 March 1993 (age 30)100Zurich
GoalkeeperLivia Peng14 March 2002 (aged 21)20Levante
DefenderNoelle Maritz23 December 1995 (age 27)1022Arsenal
DefenderEseosa Aigbogun23 May 1993 (age 30)813Paris FC
DefenderViola Calligaris17 March 1996 (age 27)435Levante
DefenderLuana Bühler28 April 1996 (age 27)381Hoffenheim
DefenderJulia Stierli3 April 1997 (age 26)271Zurich
DefenderLara Marti21 September 1999 (age 23)110Bayer Leverkusen
DefenderNadine Riesen11 April 2000 (age 23)70Zurich
DefenderLaura Felber17 August 2001 (age 21)10Servette
MidfielderLia Wälti (captain)19 April 1993 (age 30)1085Arsenal
MidfielderGéraldine Reuteler21 April 1999 (age 24)5311Eintracht Frankfurt
MidfielderCoumba Sow27 August 1994 (age 28)3413Servette
MidfielderSandrine Mauron19 December 1996 (aged 26)312Servette
MidfielderSeraina Piubel2 June 2000 (age 23)51Zurich
MidfielderMarion Rey21 March 1999 (age 24)40Zurich
ForwardAna Maria Crnogorčević3 October 1990 (age 32)14570Barcelona
ForwardRamona Bachmann25 December 1990 (age 32)13157Paris Saint-Germain
ForwardFabienne Humm20 December 1986 (age 36)7825Zurich
ForwardAlisha Lehmann21 January 1999 (aged 24)376Aston Villa
ForwardMeriame Terchoun27 October 1995 (age 27)202Dijon
ForwardAmira Arfaoui8 August 1999 (age 23)10Bayer Leverkusen

Switzerland’s Group A Fixtures

21 July
Philippines-Switzerland (19:00 local time, Dunedin Stadium)

25 July
Switzerland-Norway (20:00 local time, Waikato Stadium)

30 July
Switzerland-New Zealand (21:00 local time, Dunedin Stadium)

Who is singing at the World Cup 2023?

“Do It Again” is the Official Song for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, It reflects the spirit of solidarity, joy, and empowerment that characterizes the FIFA Women’s World Cup. It’s performed by two female musicians from the host countries, BENEE from Aotearoa New Zealand and Mallrat from Australia.

BENEE and Mallrat to perform the anthem live at the World Cup Opening Ceremony at Eden Park in Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau on 20 July

How many teams are in the Women’s World Cup 2023?

For the first time in the history of the tournament, 32 nations will compete in the Women’s World Cup for the first time. The FIFA Women’s World Cup was first held as a 12-team tournament in 1991, it was later expanded to 16 nations at the 1999 edition which was held in the USA and further expanded to include 24 countries at the Canada 2015 edition.

Where will the Women’s World Cup be in 2023?

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is scheduled to take place from 20 July to 20 August 2023 and it will be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand. This is the first time that the tournament will have two host nation and to be held across several confederations.

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