Christian Fassnacht (born 11 November 1993) is a Swiss footballer who plays as a winger for Young Boys. Fassnacht was part of the Young Boys squad that won the 2017–18 Swiss Super League, their first league title in 32 years. He played an important role for the club during the title winning season, scoring 11 league goals.

Christian Fassnacht became a professional player relatively late in life at age 22 however, his career to date has been very impressive.

He was signed by BSC Young Boys in 2017/18 season and helped the club to win its first championship title in 32 years by scoring 11 goals and providing seven assists. In 2020 they won the double for the first time since 1958. Also, in October 2018 he was able to play for the Swiss national team for the first time.


On 3 October 2019, Fassnacht scored a late goal deep into second-half stoppage time to give Young Boys a 2–1 home victory over Rangers in the Europa League group stage.


Fassnacht made his debut with the Swiss senior national team (he never represented Switzerland before at any level) in a 2–1 away loss against Belgium.


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