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  • Spain earned its 3rd consecutive victory
  • Record for most Switzerland caps: Paul Schmiedlin's 28th appearance
  • Record for most Spain caps: Ricardo Zamora's 17th appearance
  • Juan Errazquín scored his 1st and Spain's 2nd international hat-trick
  • Juan Errazquín is the latest born international footballer of Spain

Switzerland vs Spain international football match report

Date, kick-off time:
Monday, 1 June 1925, 16:00 (UTC+1:00)
National teams, score:
Switzerland
0-3
Spain
Competition:
International Friendly
Referee:
John Fowler, Sunderland /
England
Attendance, venue:
20 000, Stadion Neufeld, Bern
Goals:
0-1 (55') Juan Errazquín, 0-2 (70') Juan Errazquín, 0-3 (75') Juan Errazquín
Switzerland football team line-up in match Nr.65
Managed by technical commission: Jimmy Hogan (England), Izidor Kürschner (Hungary), coach Teddy Duckworth (England)
Player
Caps
Age
Club
9
26
FC Bern, Bern
9
28
FC Bern, Bern
26
27
FC Young Boys, Bern
13
30
FC Nordstern, Basel
28
27
FC Bern, Bern
19
23
FC Young Boys, Bern
11
25
FC Nordstern, Basel
7
30
FC Bern, Bern
13
22
Servette FC, Genève
24
23
Grasshopper Club, Zürich
2
FC Brühl, St. Gallen
Spain football team line-up in match Nr.17
Managed by national coach Fernando Gutiérrez
Player
Caps
Age
Club
17
24
RCD Español, Barcelona
3
22
Real Madrid FC, Madrid
2
23
RC Celta de Vigo, Vigo
13
23
FC Barcelona, Barcelona
6
24
Real Unión Club de Irún, Irún
10
30
Arenas Club de Guecho, Guecho
9
21
FC Barcelona, Barcelona
2
25
Valencia FC, Valencia
1
18
Real Unión Club de Irún, Irún
2
26
Real Unión Club de Irún, Irún
1
23
CD Europa, Barcelona
Match stats
National team
Players
Average caps
Average age
Clubs
Goals
Cautions
Expulsions
Switzerland
11
14.636
6
0
0
0
Spain
11
6.000
23.969
8
3
0
0
Historical data sources
Tribune de Lausanne (Lausanne), №152, 02 Jun 1925; Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire - Lausanne
Feuille d’avis de Lausanne (Lausanne), №127, 02 Jun 1925; Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire - Lausanne
Courrier de Vevey (Vevey), №126, 02 Jun 1925; Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire - Lausanne
La Atalaya (Santander), №11880, 02 Jun 1925; Biblioteca Virtual de Prensa Histórica
El Cantábrico (Santander), №11260, 02 Jun 1925; Biblioteca Virtual de Prensa Histórica
Comments

stringer - posted on 22 May 2010 at 12:20:55

Max Schmid (link: )

Makar - posted on 14 July 2012 at 08:18:34

Switzerland national team. (link: )

antoniozea - posted on 31 January 2014 at 20:41:28

*ABC: Errazquin (2), Peña (1)
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mathiratti - posted on 26 April 2023 at 14:28:38

In the Swiss team photo from left to right: Ramseyer, Fässler, Oberhauser, Ehrenbolger, Brand, Schneebeli, Dietrich, Berger, M. Schmid, Abegglen, Schmiedlin, Fowler (referee).
Source: IFFHS (Schweiz 1905-1940).
Switzerland vs Spain post-match head-to-head
WP
0.0
P
1
W
0
D
0
L
1
GF
0
GA
3
GF/P
0.000
GA/P
3.000
Av attendance
20 000
WP - winning percentage, P - played, W - wins, D - draws, L - losses, GF - goals for, GA - goals against, Av - average
Switzerland national team matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Switzerland vs Belgium 0-0
Lausanne, Sunday 24 May 1925
Next match:
Friendly International
Switzerland vs Germany 0-4
Basel, Sunday 25 October 1925
Spain national team matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Portugal vs Spain 0-2
Lisbon, Sunday 17 May 1925
Next match:
Friendly International
Spain vs Italy 1-0
Valencia, Sunday 14 June 1925
Top Spain goal scorers
1. Paulino Alcántara (1921 - 1922) - 6 goals
2. José Luis Zabala (1923) - 4 goals
3. Félix Sesúmaga (1920) - 4 goals
4. Juan Errazquín (1925) - 3 goals
5. Juan Monjardín (1922 - 1923) - 3 goals
6. Vicente Piera (1922 - 1925) - 2 goals
7. Travieso (1922) - 2 goals
(correct as of June 1, 1925)
Brief match report
Mon. 01 Jun 1925
Stadion Neufeld, Bern
Switzerland 0-3 Spain
Goals: Errazquín 55, Errazquín 70, Errazquín 75

Switzerland: Berger, Schneebeli, Ramseyer, Oberhauser, Schmiedlin (c), Fässler, Ehrenbolger, Brand, Dietrich, Abegglen, Schmid. Managed by technical commission Hogan (England), Kürschner (Hungary), Duckworth (England).

Spain: Zamora, Quesada, Pasarín, Samitier (c), Gamborena, Peña, Piera, Cubells, Errazquín, Echeveste, Alcázar. Managed by Gutiérrez.

Att: 20 000,
Ref: Fowler (England)

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