The Liechtensteiner Footballer of the Year is an award granted every season to a Liechtensteiner footballer. It is awarded by the country's Liechtensteiner Vaterland newspaper, and was first awarded in 1981.In 2008, Gaspar Odirlei became the first non-Liechtensteiner to win the award.
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Liechtenstein has recognized registered partnerships since 1 September 2011.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Liechtenstein enjoy many, but not all, of the same rights as non-LGBT people. Same-sex sexual activity has been legal since 1989, with an equal age of consent since 2001. Same-sex couples have had access to registered partnerships since 2011, and discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation has been outlawed in some areas since 2016.
Peter Karl Jehle is a Liechtensteiner retired footballer who played as a goalkeeper.
Mario Frick is a Swiss-born Liechtensteiner retired professional footballer who is currently a manager for FC Vaduz. He has earned 125 caps and scored a national record 16 goals for his country from his international debut in 1993 until his retirement in 2015. Mainly a striker, Frick was also deployed as a centre-back on occasion.
Raphael Rohrer is a former Liechtenstein footballer.
Franz Burgmeier is a Liechtenstein former professional footballer, who played as a midfielder. Born in Triesen, Burgmeier was a burgeoning footballer and keen skier, until he gave up the latter sport at 16 following a serious injury. Having been a youth player for Triesen, he started his professional career with Vaduz. Burgmeier won several Liechtensteiner Cups with Vaduz, who were promoted to the Swiss Challenge League in 2001, and played in the UEFA Cup. After two unsuccessful attempts to win promotion to the Swiss Super League, Burgmeier left for Aarau in 2005. He spent only one season with Aarau before a move to the previous season's runners-up Basel in 2006. His two seasons with Basel were broken up by a loan spell with Thun, before he moved to England with Darlington in August 2008, where he played for one year.
Liechtensteiner Vaterland is the largest daily newspaper in Liechtenstein. Published by Vaduzer Medienhaus AG, Liechtensteiner Vaterland is the official newspaper of the Patriotic Union party.
The Liechtensteiner Volksblatt is the older of the two daily newspapers in Liechtenstein. It is published by the Liechtensteiner Volksblatt AG, and as of 2015, had a circulation of 9,000 copies. The Thursday edition is distributed as a large print run, with an estimated circulation of 21,000 copies.  The editorial office is located in Schaan.
David Hasler is a former Liechtenstein football midfielder, who last played for Eschen/Mauren in the third tier of the Swiss Football League.
Patrick Burgmeier is a Liechtenstein former footballer who played as a defender.
Women's football in Liechtenstein faces challenges because it is not amongst the most popular sports for women.
Three referendums were held in Liechtenstein during 2011. The first on approving the registered partnership law was held between 17 and 19 June, and was approved by 68.8% of voters. The law went into effect on 1 September. The second was held on 18 September on allowing abortion within the first twelve weeks of pregnancy. Prince Alois had threatened to veto the result of the referendum should it have turned out in favour, but ultimately it was rejected by voters. The third was on building a new national hospital in Vaduz was held on 30 October, and was also rejected.
Miss Liechtenstein is a title awarded by beauty pageants for unmarried women in Liechtenstein. The first pageant was held in 1988. The second was held in 1994 by the Austrian Miss Vorarlberg Corporation. Events in 2007 and 2008 were organized by a local organizing committee, Verein Miss Liechtenstein. In 2007, nine finalists were selected from among applications to compete in the pageant. The following year, eight finalists were selected.
General elections were held in Liechtenstein on 3 February 2013, using a proportional representation system. Four parties contested the elections; the centre-right Patriotic Union (VU) and Progressive Citizens' Party (FBP), centre-left Free List (FL) and newly created populist alliance The Independents (DU).
Liechtenstein competed at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships in Kazan, Russia from 24 July to 9 August 2015.
Jakob Büchel is a politician from Liechtenstein and the former leader of the Patriotic Union (VU). Büchel was named leader of the VU on 26 September 2011 at a party convention in Balzers, to succeed then-leader Adolf Heeb.
Björn Weikl is a German former footballer who played as a defender.
Noah Zinedine Frick is a Swiss-born Liechtensteiner footballer who plays as a forward for Vaduz and the Liechtenstein national team.
Katrin Eggeneberger is a Swiss-Liechtensteiner academic and politician who has been Foreign Minister of Liechtenstein since November 2019.
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