|29 Jan 21||SC Kriens ||-|| FC Wil|
|02 Feb 21||FC Wil ||-|| Neuchâtel Xamax|
|05 Feb 21||Schaffhausen ||-|| FC Wil|
|12 Feb 21||FC Wil ||-|| Stade Lausanne|
|19 Feb 21||FC Wil ||-|| Grasshoppers|
|23 Jan 21||FC Wil|| ||3 - 1|| ||FC Aarau|
|22 Dec 20||Stade Lausanne|| ||1 - 0|| ||FC Wil|
|18 Dec 20||FC Winterthur|| ||3 - 2|| ||FC Wil|
|15 Dec 20||Schaffhausen|| ||1 - 0|| ||FC Wil|
|11 Dec 20||FC Wil|| ||0 - 3|| ||Chiasso|
FC Wil (Fussball Club Wil 1900) is a football club based in Wil, Switzerland. They play in the IGP Arena, which has a total capacity of 6,000. The club has consistently played in the Swiss second tier since regaining promotion in 1992, aside from two seasons in the Nationalliga A between 2002 and 2004, and won the Swiss Cup once in 2004.
The club considers its primary purpose to be a stepping stone for young players and work closely together with FC St. Gallen. It has contributed to the development of several players that currently play in the Super League, some of whom appeared in the Swiss national team, most notably Fabian Schär.