10 Things You Didn’t Know About Brian Mwila

  1. Brian Mwila (born 16 June 1994) is a Zambian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Austrian side SCR Altach and the Zambian national team.
  2. Mwila’s professional career started in 2013 when he was signed from a provincial academy side by Lime Hotspurs.
  3. He enjoyed a successful debut season with the club which earned him a transfer to Kabwe Warriors, before moving again to join Green Buffaloes in 2015.
  4. He left the club shortly after to return to Zambia where he joined Buildcon and later that year joined Altach.
  5. Following an impressive showing with Zambia at the 2017 COSAFA Cup in South Africa, Mwila was courted by PSL sides Baroka and Platinum Stars.
  6. An agreement was reached with Baroka in July 2017 but the player later elected to join Platinum Stars on a three-year contract after the club offered him an improved deal.
  7. Having missed the opening months of the season through an injury sustained on international duty, he made his debut for the club on 19 October, coming on as a second-half substitute in a 1–1 PSL draw with Orlando Pirates.
  8. In December 2017, having made only a handful of appearances for the club, Mwila returned to Zambia for the Christmas holidays but failed to return for the second half of the season.
  9. Following his departure from Platinum Stars, Mwila signed for Buildcon in February 2018.
  10. Mwila made his debut for Zambia against Gabon on 4 June 2017 and scored his first goal in a friendly match against South Africa nine days later.