Denmark v Switzerland

UEFA Nations League • League A - Group A4

(Home team first)


Thursday 5 Sep 2024

20:45 Local Time

18:45 Your Time

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The Denmark national football team, also known as the "Danish Dynamite", is a highly successful and popular team in the world of football. They have competed in eight FIFA World Cups, with their best result being a quarter-final appearance in 1998. They have also qualified for four UEFA European Championships, winning the tournament in 1992. Some notable players who have represented Denmark include Michael Laudrup, Peter Schmeichel, and Christian Eriksen. The team plays their home matches at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, which has a capacity of over 38,000 spectators. In addition to their achievements in international competitions, the Denmark team has also been recognized with numerous awards, including the FIFA Fair Play Award in 1989 and the UEFA Best European Team of the Year in 1992. With their rich history and talented players, Denmark continues to be a formidable force in the world of football.

The Switzerland national football team, also known as the "Nati," has been a consistent force in international football for many years. Founded in 1895, the team has competed in numerous major tournaments, including the FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Championship. Their strongest performance was in the 1954 FIFA World Cup where they reached the quarter-finals. The team is currently managed by Vladimir Petković and boasts a talented roster of players such as Granit Xhaka, Xherdan Shaqiri, and Yann Sommer. The team's home stadium is the St. Jakob-Park in Basel, which has a capacity of over 38,000 spectators. With a strong history and skilled players, the Switzerland team continues to make their mark in the competitive world of football.

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