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El Grasshopper-Club Zürich es un club deportivo de la ciudad suiza de Zúrich. Con 1.600 socios, es el club más grande de su país, aunque es reconocido principalmente por su equipo de fútbol, que es la sección más antigua del club, fundada en 1886. El origen del nombre Grasshopper («saltamontes») es desconocido, aunque la explicación más común se refiere a las celebraciones tras los goles de primeros jugadores y por su estilo de juego, que era ágil y enérgico.1
Con 27 títulos, el Grasshopper-Club Zürich es el equipo que más campeonatos nacionales de la liga suiza ha ganado, así como de la Copa de Suiza, con 19 victorias.2 El club es el equipo de fútbol más antiguo de Zürich y comparte una gran rivalidad con el FC Zürich.3 Tras varias participaciones en la Copa de Europa y la Liga de Campeones de la UEFA, el Grasshopper se ha convertido en uno de los clubes de fútbol más conocidos de Suiza.
Actualmente, además de su principal equipo de fútbol, el club cuenta con equipos profesionales competitivos y juveniles en remo, hockey sobre hielo, hockey hierba, balonmano, tenis, curling, rugby, squash, floorball y fútbol playa.4



FC Thun was founded on 1 May 1898.
It has played in the Nationalliga B from 1946–50, 1953-54, 1955–70 and 1997–2002. From 2002–2008 it played in the Nationalliga A, which was renamed to Axpo Super League. In 2008 the club were relegated to the Swiss Challenge League.
FC Thun reached for the first time the group stages of the 2005–06 UEFA Champions League, and were drawn in Group B alongside European giants Arsenal, Ajax and Sparta Prague. They started their campaign on 14 September 2005 away at Arsenal, where after equalising through Nelson Ferreira, they narrowly lost 2–1 after Dennis Bergkamp scored in the match's dying seconds. On 27 September they hosted the Czech champions Sparta Prague at their 'home' venue, the Stade de Suisse, Wankdorf in Bern, where all the club's European home matches were held, as the Lachen Stadium does not meet UEFA's prerequisites for Champions League venues.[citation needed] Thun's 1–0 victory thanks to Selver Hodžić's 80th minute winner propelled them into second place in the group. Following a loss to Ajax on 2 November they lost 1-0 at home to Arsenal and with Ajax beating Sparta Prague, FC Thun exited the Champions League. However Thun drew 0–0 with Sparta Prague in their last group match and qualifying for the UEFA Cup Round of 32.
Just three days prior to their UEFA Cup tie against Hamburg SV, Thun sacked their coach, Urs Schönenberger who had guided them to the Champions League group stages and was replaced by Heinz Peischl. Despite this Thun managed a surprise 1–0 over Hamburg SV in the first leg at the Stade de Suisse. However Hamburg were too strong at their home, AOL Arena, and managed to overturn the deficit, winning the second leg 2–0 (2–1 on aggregate).

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