|Full name||Austin Makacha|
|Date of birth||29 May 1984|
|Place of birth||Nairobi, Kenya|
|2002–2003||Club Sport Herediano||12||(7)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Makacha began his career with Mathare United of the Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA) and was than scouted in 2000 from AFC Leopards. In 2002 left Kenyan club AFC Leopards to join Primera División de Costa Rica club CS Herediano. He played one year in the Primera División de Costa Rica for Heredia and joined than in July 2003 back to Kenya, who signed for Kangemi United. Makacha played two years with Kangemi United in the Kenyan Premier League and signed in September 2005 for League rival Mathare United. With Mathare United he won the League title and was a front-runner for Kenyan Premier League’s Player of the Year Award.
The currently best Kenyan player joined on 9 April 2009 for a three-week trial period to Superettan club IK Sirius. The Harambee Stars midfielder now is officially a member of the squad for IK Sirius in the Swedish Superettan and was signed on 24 April 2009. According to Johan Gille, the Communications Director of IK Sirius, Makacha's contracts begins with immediate effect. After one season left Swedish side IK Sirius and returned to Kenya, who signed for Mathare United. On 11 January 2012, Coach Gabriel "Kingi" Njoroge said Makacha has been allowed to leave and is free to join any club of his choice. The player, according to the coach, was considered surplus to requirements. Other Mathare United player released include Simon Mburu, Jacob Kelly, Barnabas Omondi, and Ato Ayong. 
- Jan 2002 – Jan 2002 : AFC Leopards
- Jul 2002 – Jun 2003 : Club Sport Herediano
- Jul 2003 – Sep 2005 : Kangemi United
- Jul 2005 – Apr 2009 : Mathare United
- Apr 2009 – Dec 2009 : IK Sirius
- Makacha in Sweden for trials Archived 24 April 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
- Fokus på Austin Makacha när Sirius U21 blev utklassade
- Kenyansk mittfältare tränar med Sirius
- Austin Makacha klar för Sirius[permanent dead link]
- Up close with Austin Makacha Archived 20 January 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
- Mathare United players dropped as Harambee Stars squad is trimmed Archived 13 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine.