Swiss Football Association

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Swiss Football Association
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Founded7 April 1895
FIFA affiliation1904
UEFA affiliation1954
President Dominique Blanc
Website http://www.football.ch

The Swiss Football Association (German : Schweizerischer Fussballverband, French : Association Suisse de Football, Italian : Associazione Svizzera di Football/Calcio, Romansh : Associaziun Svizra da Ballape) is the governing body of football in Switzerland. It organizes the football league, the Swiss Football League and the Switzerland national football team. It is based in Bern.

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It was formed in 1895, was a founder member of FIFA in 1904 and joined UEFA during its foundation year, 1954. [1] FIFA is now based in Switzerland at Zürich. Also UEFA is based in the Swiss city of Nyon.

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References

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  2. "Schweizerischer Fussballverband - 2005-2010". org.football.ch. Retrieved 17 March 2020.
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