April 4, 1990
|Education||Cranborne High School|
Yasser Chapfika is a Zimbabwean footballer who was born on 4 April 1990 in Mufakose and grew up in Mbare. Yasser Went club hunting in Spain and had trials with Barceloneta, third tier team in Spain and Espanyol.
Yasser was born on the 4th of April in 1990 in Harare. He was named Yasser by his father James Chapfika after Yasser Arafat the late chairman of Palestine Liberation Organisation because he was intelligent so he wished his son would follow in his footsteps.
Yasser attended Cranborne High School for his secondary education.
Yasser started his career at Sprouting FC in Division 2. He also played for the now defunct clubs namely CAPS FC, Shooting Stars FC, Kiglon and Motor Action. He also played for the Zimbabwe U17 and U20 squads.
Teams Played For
- Sprouting Football Club (Zimbabwe Divison 2 League).
- CAPS FC (Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League)
- Shooting Stars Football Club (Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League)
- Motor Action Football Club (Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League)
- Kiglon Football Club (Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League)