Thunebro began playing at the age of six, eventually rising to the youth club Viljan IK. She advanced through the Damallsvenskan to one of the top tier teams Djurgårdens IF. With Thunebro on the team, they won the Swedish Championships in 2003 and 2004. Djurgårdens also won the Swedish Cup during the 2004 and 2005 seasons in order to qualify for the UEFA Women's Cup. In 2005 Djurgårdens reached the final but were beaten by Turbine Potsdam.
After twice being voted the best defender in Sweden, Thunebro joined FFC Frankfurt in 2009. She extended her contract with the German club for another two years in April 2011.
After only three games in the first half of the season she left Frankfurt in March 2013 to join Tyresö FF in Sweden to get more match practice for the 2013 Women's Euro in her home country.
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