|Full name||Kamel Zaiem|
|Date of birth||25 May 1983|
|Place of birth||Ras Jebel, Tunisia|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Playing position||Attacking midfielder|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 30 September 2011.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 30 September 2011
Zaiem started his career by playing with his home town club AS Ariana where he became professional in 2001. After two seasons playing with Ariana in the Tunisian second league, in 2003 he signed with one of the most popular Tunisian clubs, the Espérance Sportive de Tunis. Brough as a prospective young player Zaiem will play with Espérance 5 seasons and becoming an important club player. Until 2008, he won with Espérance 2 national championships and 3 cups.
By 2008 he had become a national team player, and after 5 seasons and a number of titles won with Espérance he decided to move abroad, signing with Serbian club FK Partizan. However tough competition in the midfield made Zaiem lack much chances to play, and he ended up leaving in the winter break after playing only 6 matches in the Serbian SuperLiga in 6 months, but not without collecting the "double" won by the club that season.
In early 2009 he decided to move to Arab football, joining Al-Khor Sports Club playing in the Qatar Stars League, but in next summer Zaiem will return to Tunisia and wear the shirt number 10 with Club Sportif Sfaxien. During his 2-year spell with Sfaxien, he played the 2010 CAF Confederation Cup final where they lost against FUS Rabat, a 3-2 in aggregate. After the first match having finished with a 0-0 tie, in the second match while the match was tie 1-1 in the start of the second half Zaiem gave the lead to Sfaxien by scoring a penalty in the 49 minute however the Marrocan club scored two more goals in the second half making the final score of 2-3.
In summer 2011 Zaiem signed with Egyptian top league club ENPPI.
Kamel Zaiem played his first match for the Tunisian national team in 2006. Whithin the two last seasons with Espérance he had started receiving regularly calls, and he was selected for the Tunisian team at the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations. By early 2011 he has played 13 matches for Tunisia, having scored twice.
- FUS Rabat upset Sfaxien to win CAF Confederation Cup title at CAFonline
-  at Mosaique FM
- Kamel Zaiem at National-Football-Teams.com