Sebastien Summerfield biography, age, education & career

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Sebastien Summerfield (born 11 February 2002) is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays at Zurich division 2 side, FC Kilchberg.

Sebastien Summerfield Age

He was born on the 11th of February 2002 in Harare, Zimbabwe. As of 2023, he is 21 years old and celebrates his birthday on February 11th every year.


During his time at HIS, Sebastien played many sports including, Basketball,
Volleyball and of course, football. He was named Athlete of the year at
Harare International when he was in grade 10 and grade 12. He was also the
captain of the Football team in Grade 10 as well as captain of the
volleyball and basketball teams in Grade 11.

Sebastien began playing football at a very early age and started playing
academy football at Celebration Centre at age 6. He then moved to AJ
Academy (which was run within HIS) coached by Former Zimbabwe
International, Alan Johnson.

Form there Sebastien picked up his passion and joined Legends Academy in
Eastlea, here he was scouted to go for U-17 national team trials.

When Sebastien was 17, he was scouted again by Coach Matty Pattison (former
Bafana Bafana player and Newcastle FC midfielder) to join his academy side
at Gateshead FC (who play in the national league in Engalnd) located in

Sebastien moved to Newcastle at 17 and started playing for Gateshead FC.
During his time at Gateshead, he caught the  eye of Zimbabwe U-20 national
team Coach Tonderai Ndiraya, who selected him to represent Zimababwe at
U-20 level at the 2020 COSAFA Tournmeny held in Nelson Mandela Bay.

Whilst at COSAFA, Sebastien then again scouted to go to Switzerland, where
currently plays at Zurich division 2 side, FC Kilchberg.

On the side, Sebastien also studies Sports management and football

Using his knowledge in the sector, Sebastien constantly helps out the
grassroots level in Zimbabwe.

He held tournaments in both Dzivarasekwa and Mbare respectively, and
scouted boys from there.

Sebastien hopes to take grassroots football to another level and constantly
comes back to help and shed light on the grassroots level in all areas of
Zimbabwe. He believes that with hard work and dedication, he will be able
to help Zimbabwe reach their first ever World Cup in 2026.

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