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Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
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Nickname(s) The Blues-Reds
Association Liechtenstein Football Association
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Head coach Flag of Austria Rene Pauritsch
Most caps Mario Frick (121)
Top scorer Mario Frick (16)
Ground Rheinpark Stadion
FIFA code LIE
FIFA ranking 129
Highest FIFA ranking 118
Lowest FIFA ranking 172
Elo ranking 163
Highest Elo ranking 150
Lowest Elo ranking 184
First international Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 0-1 Swiss B Switzerland
Biggest win Luxembourg Luxembourg 0-4 Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
Biggest defeat Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 1-11 Macedonia Flag of Macedonia


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