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AXA
women's
super
league
2023/24

Final 26 May 13:15 GMT

Servette Chênois Féminin vs FC Zürich Frauen

WHERE TO WATCH

ABOUT AXA WOMEN'S SUPER LEAGUE (AWSL)

The top league of women's football in Switzerland

Founded: 1970

  • 1970 (as Nationalliga A)

  • 2020 (as Super League)

League sponsor: AXA

Current champions 2022/23: FC Zürich Frauen (24th title)

Most championships: FC Zürich Frauen (24 titles)

Top scorers 2022/23: 

  • Fabienne Humm (FC Zürich Frauen), 21 goals

  • Natalia Bidas (Servette), 21 goals

2023/24 Regular season dates: 26 August 2023 – 13 April 2024

2023/24 Play-offs: Pending

Teams: 10

Match rounds Regular season: 18

Total matches Regular season: 90

Format Regular Season:

The 10 teams play against each other twice (home / away). The 8 best-placed teams qualify for the playoffs.

Format Playoffs: 

The playoffs start with two-legged quarter-finals (home / away) as follows:

1st vs 8th

2nd vs 7th

3rd vs 6th

4th vs 5th

The four total winners of the quarter-finals reach the semi-finals, which also are played as two-legged (home / away). The winners of the semi-finals play the AWSL final (one game) for the Swiss champion title.

The four losing teams from the quarter-finals play classification games (two legs) to determine places 5 to 8. To determine who play who - all points and goals from the regular season and the play-off games are taken into account.
The final ranks of the losing semi-finalists will be determined with same ranking system. 

Format Promotion / Relegation:

The 2 bottom-placed teams of the Regular season play a promotion / relegation round together with the 2 best-placed teams from Nationalliga B (the 2nd highest division).
All teams play against each other twice. The 2 best-placed teams in the promotion / relegation round stay in / move up to the AWSL. The bottom two clubs stay in / relegate to the Nationalliga B. 

UWCL Qualification: Two teams

  1. The Swiss champion

  2. The winner of the Regular season (if it happens to be the same team as the Swiss champions, the losing team from the AWSL final will grab the second UWCL spot)

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