Calum English-Brown
Calum English-Brown Biography
EmployerChicken Inn Football Club
  • Sarah English-Brown (mother)

Calum English-Brown is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays as a midfielder for Chicken Inn Football Club in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League.


Calum English-Brown was born in 2001.[1]


He is a St John's College student.


He is a Legends Football Academy product.[2] Callum English-Brown was once signed to Harare City Football Club in 2017, but he was one of the unused Under-20 players in the squad.[3][4]

English-Brown played for Herentals Football Club Under-20 side in the ZIFA Northern Division One Soccer League. He made his premier league debut in March 2022 when WhaWha played against Cranborne Bullets Football Club at Ascot Stadium and lost 3-2.[5]

In July 2019, Calum English-Brown joined FC Eintracht Norderstedt 03, a German football club based in Norderstedt, Schleswig-Holstein, in the Regionalliga Nord. [3]

National U-17

Calum English-Brown played for Zimbabwe's national Under-17.[2] In July 2017, English-Brown failed to play for Zimbabwe's under-17 team after it emerged he did not possess a local passport. At the time, English-Brown had a British passport. He was advised to acquire a Zimbabwean passport first before he can play for Zimbabwe.[6]

He was eventually able to represent Zimbabwe at the COSAFA Under-17 tournament in Mauritius in 2017.[3]


  1. Calum English-Brown, LinkedIn, Published: Unknown, Retrieved: May 19, 2022
  2. 2.0 2.1 Tadious Manyepo, English-Brown new-found hero at WhaWha, The Herald, Published: March 31, 2022, Retrieved: May 19, 2022
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Collin Matiza, English-Brown, Zulu join German teams, The Herald, Published: July 20, 2019, Retrieved: May 19, 2022
  4. Langton Nyakwenda, Herentals’ own Grealish?, The Sunday Mail, Published: August 15, 2021, Retrieved: May 19, 2022
  5. Bruce Chikuni, MAN ON A MISSION, H-Metro, Published: April 21, 2022, Retrieved: May 19, 2022
  6. Grace Chingoma, Exciting teen ruled out, The Herald, Published: July 14, 2017, Retrieved: May 19, 2022