Ephraim Mazarura
BornEphraim Mazarura
(1986-11-24) November 24, 1986 (age 35)
  • Footballer
EmployerZimbabwe Red Cross Football Academy

Ephraim Mazarura is a Zimbabwean footballer who was born on 24 November 1986. He is a former player for Dynamos Football Club as a goalkeeper.


Ephraim Mazarura was born on 24 November 1986. He grew up in Mabvuku and joined Circle United juniors.


He started playing football for Circle United juniors and also broke into the Zimbabwe junior national teams. He graduated into the Circle United team in 1998 and later on joined Black Rhinos Football Club and played for them from 2004 to 2010. After Black Rhinos he was to sign for Dynamos Football Club where he played in the Champions League and attracted the attention of DRC team FC Lupopo whom he joined in 2011 together with Phillip Marufu and Carrington Gomba. He also played for the national team on several occasions.

National Team

Ephraim played for the Zimbabwe national team as well as the junior national teams. He was part of the team that participated in the 2004 Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Tunisia under Sunday Chidzambwa.

Team Played For

Coaching Career

Ephraim is currently working as a the technical director of Zimbabwe Red Cross Football Academy.

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