Switzerland is passionate about football

UBS is the main partner of the Swiss Football Association

A long-term partnership

UBS is the main partner of the Swiss Football Association (SFA), building on the long-term partnership that began with Credit Suisse in 1993. The bank is main partner for all junior and senior national teams in men's and women's football, the Beach Soccer national team, the eFootball national team and the promotion of young talent in Switzerland.

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    World Cup appearances (A-teams)

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    European Championship (A-teams)

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    annual children's football tournaments

Laying the foundations for future success through the promotion of young talent and creating the best possible conditions for long-term success continues to be a key goal, as it has been since the partnership began in 1993, demonstrated with half of the financial commitment being dedicated to promoting young talent.

Children's and grassroots football also remain an important part of the partnership, which continues to include the official Swiss schools football championship. And in line with UBS’s commitment to equally supporting athletes of all genders, both the women’s and men's teams will continue to receive equal premiums.

Participate and benefit

Enter the competition on our Facebook channel now and win tickets for the national football team's friendlies against Estonia in Lucerne on 4 June and against Austria in St. Gallen on 8 June.

Autograph session with a national team player

Date: May 30 (16:00 – 17:30)

UBS branches

UBS Aarau, Bahnhofstrasse 61, 5000 Aarau

UBS AG, Aeschenvorstadt 1, 4051 Basel

UBS Switzerland AG, Bubenbergplatz 3, 3011 Bern

UBS Cité, Rue de la Confédération 2, 1204 Genève

UBS Saint-François, Place Saint-François 16, 1003 Lausanne

UBS AG, St. Leonard-Strasse 24, 9000 St. Gallen

UBS Zürich, Bahnhofstrasse 45, 8001 Zürich

Long-term partnership

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