Thomas Sweswe

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Thomas Sweswe
Thomas Sweswe Zimbabwean Football
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BornThomas Sweswe
(1981-08-09) August 9, 1981 (age 40)
  • Footballer
Years active7
EmployerHarare City Football Club
Known forPlaying Football in Zimbabwe

Thomas Sweswe is a Zimbabwean international footballer who played in the local Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League as well as for the Zimbabwe National Soccer Team. He is the current secretary general of the Footballers Union of Zimbabwe (FUZ).


Sweswe was born on the 9th of August in 1981 in Harare.[1]


Sweswe played for the Bindura based Mwana Africa Football Club in 2007 and even participated in the CAF club competitions.[1] He then moved to Dynamos Football Club in 2008 and again participated in the CAF competitions and he was part of the team that reached the semi finals where they lost to Coton Sport of Cameroon.[1]

Clubs Played For

  • 2004-2007 : Mwana Africa
  • 2009-2010 : Kaizer Chiefs, SA.[1]
  • Bidvest (South Africa)

National Team Appearances

Sweswe has not featured much for the national team. He was however part of the national team that played against Brazil at the National Sports Stadium in 2010.[1]

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