Teams from across the country compete in the Cricket Switzerland Premier League, a 40 over cricket league format competition with geographically spilt divisions making up the qualification rounds & the top teams from each division progress to a quarter-final stage.
In 2021 it is proposed to alter the format, creating one nationwide premier league and two regional division ones.
The winner will be the team finishing top of the premier league while there will be promotion/relegation play-offs for the for bottom placed teams.
There while be prize money for the champions and for the runners-up.
The Cricket Switzerland Premier League is run under the auspices of Cricket Switzerland and in accordance with Cricket Switzerland's 2019 40 over competition rules & regulations.
The draw for the 2021 Cricket Switzerland Premier 40 over League (CSPL) competition was made on Monday 1st March 2021.
|2020||Geneva CC||St Gallen CC|
|2019||Nomads CC||Zurich Crickets CC|
|2018||St Gallen CC||Olten CC|
|2017||Nomads CC||Olten CC|
|2016||Nomads CC||Olten CC|
|2015||Power CC||Nomads CC|
|2014||Nomads CC||Power CC|
|2013||Olten CC||Berne CC|
|2012||Geneva XI Stars||Olten CC|
|2011||Berne CC||Geneva XI Stars|
|2010||Berne CC||Olten CC|
|2009||Power CC||Berne CC|
|2008||Nomads CC||Royal Zurich CC|
|2007||United CC||Nomads CC|
|2006||Berne C||Geneva CC|
|2005||Geneva CC||Nomads CC|
|2004||Geneva CC||Nomads CC|
|2003||United CC||Berne CC|
|2002||Winterthur CC||Geneva CC|
|2001||Berne CC||United CC|
|2000||Winterthur CC||Berne CC|
|1999||Berne CC||Geneva CC|
|1998||Prince CC||Berne CC|
|1997||Berne CC||Basel CC|
|1996||Alpine CC||Berne CC|