Chapungu Football Club

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Chapungu Football Club
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Chapungu Logo
Full nameChapungu Football Club
Nickname(s)Waru Waru
Founded1984
GroundAscot Stadium
OwnerAir Force of Zimbabwe
Vice ChairpersonPatrick Chikwanda
CoachMoses Chunga


Chapungu Football Club is a Zimbabwean based professional football club which played in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League before being relegated to the ZIFA Central Region Division One at the end of the 2019 football season. It is owned by the Air Force of Zimbabwe.

Brief History

Chapungu was formed in 1984.[1] Chapungu Football Club was relegated from the Premier Soccer League in 2008 before being promoted into the top flight league in 2013, after winning the Central Region Division 1 with five games to spare.[2]

Club Achievements

  • Central Region Division One champions (2013).[2]

Current Coach

Moses Chunga[3]

Assistant Coaches Clement Mugari (suspended)[4]

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References

  1. , Chapungu, Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League, published: No Date given, retrieved: June 16, 2016
  2. 2.0 2.1 , Takudzwa Chitsiga, Chapungu Hippo promoted, Herald, published: , retrieved: June 16, 2016
  3. Collin Matiza, [1], The Herald, Published: January 30, 2020, Retrieved: March 19, 2020
  4. , Grace Chingoma, Chapungu suspends coach, Herald, published: April 27, 2016, retrieved: June 16, 2016,