|Swiss Challenge League|
|Number of teams||10|
|Promotion to||Swiss Super League|
|Relegation to||1. Liga Promotion|
|Levels on pyramid||2|
|Domestic cup(s)||Swiss Cup|
|Current champions||Neuchâtel Xamax FCS (2017–18)|
The Swiss Challenge League or Brack.ch Challenge League is the second highest tier of the Swiss football league system. Ten teams play in the Challenge League. The winners of the league are promoted to the Super League, the bottom team is relegated to the 1. Liga Promotion.
From 2003 to 2012, the second placed team entered a two-legged playoff against the 9th placed team in the Super League, with the winner playing in the higher division next season.
The league was named Nationalliga B until 2003 when it was changed to the "Challenge League."
During 2001–2008 and again from 2009–2013 Liechtenstein's FC Vaduz also played in the Challenge League as Liechtenstein does not have a league of its own.
Participating clubs 2018/2019
|FC Aarau||26/05/1902||Aarau||Stadion Brügglifeld||8.000|
|FC Chiasso||16/10/1905||Chiasso||Riva IV||5.000|
|FC Schaffhausen||01/07/1896||Schaffhausen||LIPO Park Schaffhausen||8.085|
|Servette FC||20/03/1890||Geneva||Stade de Genève||28.833|
|FC Vaduz||14/02/1932||Vaduz||Rheinpark Stadion||7.564|
|FC Wil 1900||1900||Wil||IGP Arena||6.010|
|Swiss Challenge League 2018-19|
|Swiss Challenge League seasons|
|1. Liga era, 1931–1944|
|Nationalliga B era, 1944–2003|
|Challenge League era, 2003–present|
|Football in Switzerland|