Felton Kamambo is a sports administrator, former soccer player, and business executive. He is the current president of ZIFA. Felton Kamambo beat Phillip Chiyangwa in the Zifa elections held in Harare on 16 December 2018 to become the association’s president.
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In February 2019, Kamambo announced that he planned to build a hotel and stadium as ZIFA president.
Career in Football Administration
Kamambo once served as a Zifa board member from 2015 before he quit his post in March this 2018, arguing that the board’s term of office had lapsed. After his resignation, he joined forces with other officials Trevor Carelse-Juul, Eusebio Maseko, Rafiq Khan, Vincent Pamire, Leslie Gwindi, John Phiri and Fungai Chihuri to push for an immediate election.
The move, however, was seen as rebellious and Kamambo together with his colleagues were controversially banned from all football activities for three years by the association. The suspension saw him disqualified from contesting in the polls, but an appeal to FIFA reversed the decision.
Kamambo once served as the Zifa Central Region chairman.
Kamambo Once player for Mhangura Football Club.
Career In Business
Kamambo is a senior manager at the Grain Marketing Board (GMB).