Swiss Women's Football Championship 2019/20 - Liga Profesional de Béisbol Colombiano 2019/20

The 2019/20 Swiss Football Championship was the 50th season in women's football. Eight teams took part. It began on August 24, 2019 and was interrupted after the 16th round due to the Covid-19 pandemic and finally canceled and not counted with the decision of April 30, 2020. The defending champion was FC Zurich Women .

Nationalliga A

Nationalliga A 2019/20
Meister none
Champions League Servette FC Chênois Féminin
FC Zürich Women
Relegated none
Teams 8
Games 64 (of which 64 played)
Tore 262 (ø 4.09 per game)
Top scorer SwissSwiss Fabienne Humm ( FC Zurich Women ) (17 goals)
Nationalliga A 2018/19

Eight teams take part in the National League A. Everyone should play against everyone in two home and two away games, so 28 rounds were planned. They played 16. There was no Swiss champion and no relegated team this season. In addition to the first place, the runner-up is also qualified for the UEFA Women's Champions League according to the UEFA five-year ranking.

Attendees

Swiss Women's Football Championship 2019/20 (Switzerland)
FC Basel
FC Basel
Grasshopper Club Zurich
Grasshopper Club Zurich
FF Lugano
FF Lugano
FC Luzern
FC Luzern
SFC Chênois Women
SFC Chênois Women
BSC Young Boys
BSC Young Boys
FC Zurich women
FC Zurich women
FC St. Gallen-Staad
FC St. Gallen-Staad
Venues
Team city Canton Stadium Trainer Placement season 2018/19
FC Basel Münchenstein Canton of Basel-CountryCanton of Basel-Country Basel-Country Junior Campus Basel Sissy Raith 6.
Grasshopper Club Zurich Niederhasli Canton ZurichCanton Zurich Zürich GC-Campus Niederhasli Walter Grüter 3.
FF Lugano Lugano Canton of TicinoCanton of Ticino Tessin Cornaredo Stadium Claudio De Marchi 2.
FC Luzern Luzern Canton lucerneCanton lucerne Luzern Allmend sports complex Glenn Meier 5.
Servette FC Chênois Women Chêne-Bourg Canton of GenevaCanton of Geneva Geneva Trois-Chêne Stadium Eric Severac 4.
BSC Young Boys Bern Canton BernCanton Bern Bern Wyler Sports Park Marisa Wunderlin 7.
FC St. Gallen-Staad St. Gallen , Staad Canton of St. GallenCanton of St. Gallen St. Gallen Espenmoos , Bützel sports field Marco Zwyssig 1. National League B, promoted team
FC Zurich women Zürich Canton ZurichCanton Zurich Zürich Heerenschürli sports facility Ivan Dal Santo 1., Meister

table

Pl. society Sp. S U N Tore Diff. Points
1. Servette FC Chênois Women 16 13 2 1 043:130 +30 41
2. FC Zurich Women (M, C) 16 13 1 2 056:220 +34 40
3. FC Basel 16 8 3 5 041:290 +12 27
4. FC Luzern 16 7 2 7 041:290 +12 23
5. BSC Young Boys 16 6 2 8 023:330 −10 20
6. Grasshopper Club Zurich 16 6 1 9 029:230 +6 19
7. FC St. Gallen-Staad (N) 16 3 2 11 019:450 −26 11
8. FF Lugano 16 1 1 14 010:680 −58 04
Status: at the end of the season [1]
  • Participation in the 2020/21 UEFA Women's Champions League
  • (M) reigning Swiss champion
    (C) Swiss Cup winner last season
    (N) Newcomers last season

    List of goalscorers

    If the number of hits is the same, the players are sorted alphabetically.

    Pl. Name Team Tore
    01. SwitzerlandSwitzerland Fabienne Humm FC Zurich women 17
    02. SwitzerlandSwitzerland Irina Pando FC Luzern 16
    03. SwitzerlandSwitzerland Leonie Fleury Servette FC Chênois Women 12
    SwitzerlandSwitzerland Svenja Fölmli FC Luzern women
    05. SwitzerlandSwitzerland Caroline Muller Grasshopper Club Zurich 9
    CroatiaCroatia Kristina Shundov FC Basel
    Those [2]

    National League B

    National League B 2019/20
    Climbers none
    Relegated none
    Teams 10
    Games 74 (of which 74 played)
    Tore 310 (ø 4.19 per game)
    Top scorer SwitzerlandSwitzerland Stefanie Kipf (Thun Bernese Oberland) (19 goals)
    National League B 2018/19
    Swiss Women's Football Championship 2019/20 (Switzerland)
    FC Schlieren
    FC Schlieren
    Thun women's team
    Thun women's team
    Femina Kickers Worb
    Femina Kickers Worb
    FC Zurich Women U-21
    FC Zurich Women U-21
    SC Derendingen
    SC Derendingen
    FC Rapperswil-Jona
    FC Rapperswil-Jona
    FC Yverdon Women
    FC Yverdon Women
    FC Aarau women
    FC Aarau women
    FC Luzern women
    FC Luzern women
    FC Walperswil
    FC Walperswil
    Venues

    Ten teams took part in the 2019/20 season of the National League B (NLB). The teams should play against each other three times and this will result in 27 games each. At the end of the season, the first place should have been promoted to the NLA and the last two should have been relegated to the first division . Instead, there were neither promoters nor relegators.

    table

    Pl. society Sp. S U N Tore Diff. Points
    1. Women's team Thun Bernese Oberland 14 11 2 1 062:230 +39 35
    2. FC Aarau women 15 9 2 4 038:220 +16 29
    3. FC Zurich Women U-21 15 8 4 3 048:200 +28 28
    4. FC Yverdon Women (A) 15 8 4 3 043:240 +19 28
    5. FC Rapperswil-Jona 15 7 4 4 031:310 ±0 25
    6. FC Luzern Women 1 (N) 15 4 4 7 021:360 −15 16
    7. SC Derendingen Solothurn 15 3 5 7 020:300 −10 14
    8. FC Schlieren 14 3 2 9 017:310 −14 11
    9. Femina Kickers Worb 15 2 5 8 020:520 −32 11
    10. FC Walperswil (N) 15 0 6 9 010:410 −31 06
    Status: at the end of the season [3]
    (A) Relegated last season
    (N) Newcomers last season
    1The name FC Luzern Frauen is the popular sports department that emerged from the original FC Luzern Frauen . The top women's sports department at FC Luzern, which emerged from SC Kriens , competes in the NLA as FC Luzern .

    Individual evidence

    1. Tabelle NLA football.ch
    2. Torschützenliste NLA football.ch
    3. Table NLB football.ch