The Switzerland national women's team is set to play in their second FIFA Women's World Cup finals in July, which will be held in Australia and New Zealand.
Previously they had played only once in the final stage of the World Cup, in 2015, when Canada knocked them out in the Round of 16.
La Nati had a disappointing Euro 2022 campaign where they were knockout out in the group stage after managing to get a single point. Still, they had a relatively successful Women’s World Cup qualifying campaign, winning eight of their 10 games and losing just once, 1-0 to Italy.
They emerged as the top team in the ranking of the second-placed teams, which helped them to qualify directly to playoffs round two, where they beat Wales 2-1 to seal a spot in the World Cup.
They will compete with hosts New Zealand, the Philippines and Norway in Group A of the Women's World Cup.
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