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The Swiss national football team, also known as the Nati, has been a consistent presence in international competitions since its inception in 1895. They have participated in 11 FIFA World Cup tournaments and made it to the quarter-finals in 1934, 1938, and 1954. Switzerland has also qualified for the UEFA European Championship seven times, with their best result being a semi-final appearance in 2021. Some notable players who have represented Switzerland include Granit Xhaka, Xherdan Shaqiri, and Yann Sommer. The team's home stadium is the Stade de Suisse in Bern, with a capacity of over 31,000. Over the years, the Swiss team has garnered numerous awards, including the FIFA Fair Play Award in 2014 and the FIFA Best Mover of the Year in 2012. With their talented players and consistent performances, the Swiss football team continues to impress and make a mark in the world of football.

The German national football team, also known as Die Mannschaft, has a long and impressive history in the world of football. They have competed in 18 FIFA World Cups, the most recent being in 2018 where they reached the round of 16. The team has also won 4 FIFA World Cups, making them one of the most successful teams in the tournament. They have also won 3 European Championships and have been runners-up 3 times. The team is currently ranked 13th in the FIFA world rankings. Some notable players on the current roster include Manuel Neuer, Thomas Müller, and Toni Kroos. The team plays their home matches at the iconic Allianz Arena in Munich, which has a capacity of over 75,000 seats. With a strong history, talented players, and a world-class stadium, Germany is always a top contender in any football competition.

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