CAPS United F.C.

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CAPS United
CAPS United (logo).png
Full name Central African Pharmaceutical Society United Football Club
Nickname(s) Makepekepe, Green Machine, Kepekepe Bhora
Founded 1973; 44 years ago (1973)
Ground National Sports Stadium (Zimbabwe), Harare
Ground Capacity 60,000
Chairman Dr. Lewis Uriri
Manager Lloyd Chitembwe
League Castle Lager Premier Soccer League
ZPSL, 1st
Current season

CAPS United F.C. is a Zimbabwean football club based in Harare. Formed in 1973, the team rose to prominence in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Its nickname is "Makepekepe".


Popularly known as the Cup Kings or Makepekepe for their dominance in most cup tournaments. It is Harare's second most popular team after their rivals Dynamos F.C. Caps United is a team that has produced some of the country's best players and legends including Shaky Tauro, Brenna Msiska, only to name a few.

On 30 August 2010; Lloyd Chitembwe's 20-month stint as CAPS United's head coach ended when he left the Green Machine after his contract was terminated by mutual consent, following a poor run of results that has torched a rebellion among the club's fans.[1]

On 12 January 2012 Sean Connor[2] was appointed manager, the Northern Irishman had previously managed Sligo Rovers, Bohemians and Galway United in the League of Ireland, leading Galway United on the worst season in their history with a record run of defeats[3] and relegation to the League of Ireland First Division (though the club withdrew from the league before they could take their place).




  • BP Cup:4


1979, 1996, 2004, 2005, 2016


1980, 1981, 1982, 1983,1989, 1992, 1997,2004, 2008
1992, 1993, 1996, 1997
1996; 2017

Castle Premier Soccer League Champions 2016

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

1997 – third Round
2005 – Second Round
2006 – disqualified in Second Round
2017 – Currently in the group stages
2009 – First Round
2010 – Second Round of 16
1993 – withdrew in First Round
1994 – disqualified in First Round
1998 – withdrew in First Round
1981 – Second Round
1982 – Quarter-finals
1983 – Quarter-finals
1988 – First Round

Current squad[edit]

[4][5] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Zimbabwe Dennis Dauda
Zimbabwe GK Joram Muchambo
Zimbabwe GK Cris Mverechena
Zimbabwe DF Stephen Makatuka
Zimbabwe DF Method Mwanjali
Zimbabwe DF Zvikomborero Biseki
Zimbabwe DF Devon Chafa
Zimbabwe DF Tongai Mangwendere
Zimbabwe Ronald Pfumbidzai
Zimbabwe Justice Jangano
Zimbabwe MF Crispen Machisi
Zimbabwe MF Joel Ngodzo
Zimbabwe GK Joram Muchambo
Zimbabwe DF Hardlife Zvirekwi
Zimbabwe Valentine Musarurwa
No. Position Player
Zimbabwe DF Devon Chafa
Zimbabwe DF Kudzai Nyamupfukudza
Zimbabwe MF Moses Muchenje
Zimbabwe Carlton Mudzambwa
Zimbabwe FW Simba Nhivi
Zimbabwe Phineas Bhamusi
Zimbabwe MF Abbas Amidu
Zimbabwe MF Archiford Gutu
Zimbabwe FW Amon Kambanje
Zimbabwe FW Dominic Chungwa
Zimbabwe FW Leonard Tsipa
Zimbabwe FW Blessing Nyamuzihwa
Zimbabwe GK Edmore Sibanda
Zimbabwe FW Tinotenda Muswe
Zimbabwe Tafadzwa Rusike

Notable players[edit]

The players listed represented their nation at international or played extremely well for the club.


Sarupinda [wasu] zim Ashton Nyazika [zim] Lovemore Nyabeza [zim] Freddie Mukwesha [zim] Nti Bihene Bonzu [Ghana] Shaky Tauro [zim] Kabole [Zambia] Mafemba [zim] Friday Phiri [zim] Steve Kwashi [zim] Brenna Msiska [zim] Luke Masomere [zim] Justin Mathuthu [zim]


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