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Established
1896 (126 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Letzigrund
(26,104 Capacity)

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Location
Zürich

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League
Swiss Super League

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Upcoming Events
21 Jan 23 Lucerne   -  Zurich
29 Jan 23 Zurich   -  St. Gallen
04 Feb 23 FC Sion   -  Zurich
11 Feb 23 Zurich   -  FC Winterthur
18 Feb 23 Grasshoppers   -  Zurich

Latest Results
13 Nov 22 Zurich  4 - 1  Servette
06 Nov 22 Lugano  2 - 0  Zurich
03 Nov 22 Arsenal  1 - 0  Zurich
30 Oct 22 FC Sion  0 - 1  Zurich
27 Oct 22 Zurich  2 - 1  Bodoe/Glimt

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Fussballclub Zürich, commonly abbreviated to FC Zürich or simply FCZ, is a Swiss football men's club based in the city of Zürich, in the Canton of Zurich in the Super League, the top tier in its league. The club was founded in 1896 and has won the Swiss Super League 12 times and the Swiss Cup 10 times. The club won the 2009 Swiss Super League and last won the Swiss Cup in 2018. Their home games are played at the Letzigrund in Zürich, which seats 25,000 spectators. For the women's team see FC Zürich Frauen.

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Ricardo
Rodriguez
#13


Josip
Drmic
#18


Berat
Djimsiti
#19


Admir
Mehmedi
#14

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Stadium or Home

Letzigrund is a stadium in Zürich, Switzerland, and the home of the athletics club LC Zürich, and the football clubs FC Zürich and Grasshopper Club Zürich. LC Zürich is a spin-off of FC Zürich whose members constructed the stadium in 1925. Grasshopper-Club is using it as their home stadium since 2007. The annual track and field meet Weltklasse Zürich—part of the IAAF Diamond League—takes place at the Letzigrund since 1928, as well as frequent open-air concerts. On the Letzigrund track on 21 June 1960, Armin Hary was the first human being to run the 100 metres in 10,0 seconds.

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