|Full name||Robert Kazadi Mwamba|
|Date of birth||March 6, 1947|
|Place of birth||Élisabethville, Belgian Congo|
|Date of death||1998|
|Height||175 cm (5 ft 9 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Robert Kazadi Mwamba (March 6, 1947 – 1998) was a goalkeeper who played for TP Mazembe and Zaire. He was named the Player of the Tournament when Congo won the 1968 African Cup of Nations and followed this up with another victory in the 1974 African Cup of Nations where he was named to the Team of the Tournament.
At the 1974 FIFA World Cup, in a group game involving the Leopards and Yugoslavia, Kazadi conceded three goals in the first 20 minutes and was substituted by his Yugoslavian coach, Blagoje Vidinić. Kazadi was the first goalkeeper to be changed for a reason other than an injury or physical problem in a World Cup. Replacement keeper Tubilandu Ndimbi's first touch was to pick the ball out of his net, and they were defeated 9–0.
- Appearances for Congo-Kinshasa National Team
- Arruda, Marcelo Leme de (January 21, 2000). "IFFHS' Players and Keepers of the Century for many countries". RSSSF. Retrieved November 1, 2009.
- "World Cup Trivia - Fathers, Sons and Brothers, Uncles and Nephews". www.rsssf.com. Retrieved April 19, 2018.
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