Switzerland Schedule & Fixtures for World Cup 2022: Granit Xhaka’s team has got the Group G of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The team Switzerland will play their group stage matches against Brazil, Serbia, and Cameroon. Switzerland is scheduled to start its #FIFAWorldCup campaign against Cameroon on November 24 at 13:00 PM Local Time (Qatar) or, 10:00 AM GMT. This will be the 13th match of the Tournament and the game is scheduled to play at Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakrah. You can check the Complete Switzerland Schedule & Fixtures along with Stadiums, and match timings; Local time (Qatar), ET, India, UK (GMT), and Central European Time (CET) here.
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Switzerland Schedule for 2022 FIFA World Cup – Group G Switzerland Fixtures, Next Match Date, Timings
There is a total of 6 matches have been scheduled to play in Group G. Switzerland will play 3 out of 6 matches in World Cup 2022 group stage. Below, you can find the all game information along with the Date, Timings, Teams, Match Numbers, and Venue details.
Alexander Frei or Alex Frei (born 15 July 1979) is a Swiss professional football coach and a former player who played as a forward. He is currently the manager of Basel.
He began his career at Basel, going on to various other clubs in Switzerland, France and Germany before returning to his home club, where he won the Swiss Super League title in all four of his seasons, including doubles with the Swiss Cup in 2010 and 2012.
Frei is the all-time leading scorer of the Swiss national football team with 42 goals in 84 games, and also their sixth-most capped player of all time. He represented the country at two UEFA European Championships and as many World Cups.
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