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Switzerland Euro 2024 Fixtures: Dates, Venues and Game Analysis

By Andrew Francis

Published: 11:55, 8 May 2024

Switzerland will be hoping to improve on their best European Championships campaign, after reaching the quarter finals at Euro 2020.

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The Swiss side have been drawn into Group A at Euro 2024, alongside hosts Germany, Scotland and Hungary. It’s a tough looking group, with all four sides capable of qualification, and Switzerland will need to be at their best to ensure they don’t slip up and fail to make the knockout stages.


Group A – Matchweek One

Group A
Date Fixture Ground
15/06 Hungary vs Switzerland (2pm) Cologne Stadium, Cologne
*All times BST

 

There have been a huge 46 meetings between these two, spanning from 1911 to 2017. With over 100 years of history, Hungary have the huge advantage with 30 wins compared to Switzerland’s 11, but only one of those victories have come since 1989, with more recent history siding with the Swiss.

Switzerland vs Hungary H2H
Date Score Ground
07/10/17 5-2 St Jakob Park, Basel
07/10/16 3-2 Groupama Arena, Budapest
13/02/02 2-1 Limassol, Cyprus
18/11/98 0-2 Üllői úti Stadion, Budapest
20/08/97 1-1 Nepstadion, Budapest
30/04/97 1-0 Letzigrund, Zurich

Group A – Matchweek Two

Group A
Date Fixture Ground
19/06 Scotland vs Switzerland (8pm) Cologne Stadium, Cologne
*All times BST

 

These two nations have met 16 times over the years but only once in the last 25 years. Switzerland came out on top in that encounter but there aren’t many historical trends that we can focus on to gleam what may happen this summer. Scotland have won eight of the 16 meetings in total but this tie looks a lot more even than that may suggest.

Switzerland vs Scotland H2H
Date Score Ground
01/03/06 3-1 Hampden Park, Glasgow
18/06/96 0-1 Villa Park, Birmingham
08/09/93 1-1 Pittodrie, Aberdeen
09/09/92 3-1 Sursee, Switzerland
11/09/91 2-2 Stade de Suisse, Berne
17/10/90 1-2 Hampden Park, Glasgow

Group A – Matchweek Three

Group A
Date Fixture Ground
23/06 Switzerland vs Germany (8pm) Frankfurt Arena, Frankfurt
*All times BST

 

There have been 52 meetings between these two sides with Germany holding the key advantage with 35 wins. The last three meetings have passed without the Germans picking up a win though and Switzerland will be hoping that form carries them through to another positive result this summer.

Switzerland vs Germany H2H
Date Score Ground
13/10/20 3-3 RheinEnergie Stadion, Cologne
06/09/20 1-1 St Jakob Park, Basel
26/05/12 5-3 St Jakob Park, Basel
26/03/08 0-4 St Jakob Park, Basel
07/02/07 1-3 LTU Arena, Dusseldorf
02/06/04 0-2 St Jakob Park, Basel