Stephan Lichtsteiner (German pronunciation: [lɪçtʃtaɪnər]; born 16 January 1984) is a Swiss professional footballer who plays for German club FC Augsburg and the Switzerland national team. An attacking right-back or wing-back, he is known for his energetic runs down the right wing, as well as his stamina and athleticism, which have earned him the nicknames "Forrest Gump" and "The Swiss Express". He began his professional career with Grasshopper, winning a league title in 2002–03, and moved to Lille in 2005, helping the French club to Champions League qualification in his first season with the team. In 2008, he joined Italian club Lazio, and won both the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana the following year. In 2011, he signed for Juventus for a fee of €10 million. He played 257 total games for the Turin side over seven years and won 14 trophies, including the Serie A title in each of his seasons with the team. In the summer of 2018, he was signed by Premier League side Arsenal, where he spent a season before moving to German club Augsburg the following summer. A full international since 2006, Lichtsteiner has earned over 100 caps for Switzerland, making him their third most capped player of all time. He has represented his country at two UEFA European Championships and three FIFA World Cups. In 2015, he was named Swiss Footballer of the Year.