Thomas Häberli (born 11 April 1974) is a retired Swiss footballer who played as a striker. He is currently the manager of FC Luzern.
Born in Lucerne, Switzerland, Häberli began his career with the semi-professional club FC Eschenbach, based in Eschenbach, Lucerne just outside his hometown of Lucerne in Central Switzerland. In 1994, he moved to FC Le Mont, based in Le Mont-sur-Lausanne, in the French-speaking region of Switzerland. After just four appearances he was quickly snapped up by their bigger local rivals and in 1995, aged 20, he signed for FC Lausanne-Sport. However he suffered back problems and so he cancelled his contract at Lausanne-Sport and retired from professional football.
For the 1996–97 season, he signed on with former club FC Hochdorf in his home Canton of Lucerne, who at the time were playing in the fifth tier of the Swiss football pyramid. In 1997, he moved to another local side FC Schötz, based in Schötz. In the summer of 1999, aged 25, Häberli felt fit and ready to resume life as a professional footballer. He called another local side SC Kriens who offered him a trial and impressed enough to earn a contract. His time at playing in the Swiss Challenge League at SC Kriens was a success and soon top flight clubs were taking note. In 2000, he signed for FC Basel but quickly moved on to the Swiss capital, Bern to play for BSC Young Boys where he remained until the end of his active career. At that time Häberli was the longest serving player at the club. He is known at the club for being both loyal and down to earth, qualities that are said to be rare in the modern day professional game.