Mayuka playing for Southampton in 2013
|Full name||Emmanuel Mayuka|
|Date of birth||21 November 1990|
|Place of birth||Kabwe, Zambia|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|2008–2010||Maccabi Tel Aviv||41||(8)|
|2013–2014||→ Sochaux (loan)||21||(4)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19 December 2015.
Born in Kabwe Central Province, Zambia, Mayuka began his career at the Lusaka Academy at the age of 11. In 2007, he joined Kabwe Warriors, one of the biggest clubs in Zambia owned by the national railway company Zambia Railways. In this team, he flourished scoring 15 goals in 23 games. He consequently was selected to the Zambia under-17 national team.
Maccabi Tel Aviv
In September, he joined Israel's Maccabi Tel Aviv. Before opting to join Maccabi Tel Aviv, Mayuka was close to signing for Portuguese side F.C. Porto, but the move never materialised. When he moved to Maccabi Tel Aviv, Mayuka joined the youth team where he scored three goals. In April 2010, Mayuka renewed his contract at Maccabi Tel Aviv until 2014.
BSC Young Boys
On 28 May 2010, it was confirmed that Mayuka had signed a five-year contract with Swiss club BSC Young Boys for a transfer fee of £1.7m to Maccabi Tel Aviv as a replacement for Seydou Doumbia, who was sold to CSKA Moscow. On 1 December 2010, Mayuka scored two goals in the Europa League against VfB Stuttgart in a 4–2 win. On 17 February 2011, Mayuka scored a last-minute goal against Russian club FC Zenit Saint Petersburg in a 1/32 final UEFA Europa League match to help his team to a 2–1 home win.
On 28 August 2012, he agreed a deal to join Premier League side Southampton on a five-year deal for an undisclosed fee, reported to be £3 million. He made his debut for the Saints against Manchester United at St. Mary's Stadium on 2 September 2012, coming on as a substitute.
He appeared again as a substitute in a 4–1 victory over Aston Villa, winning a penalty for the fourth goal. On 22 December 2012, he made his first start in a 1–0 loss at home to Sunderland before being substituted after 55 minutes.
His first competitive goal for the club came in a 5–1 victory over Barnsley in the League Cup on 27 August 2013.
On 2 September 2013, Mayuka joined Ligue 1 side Sochaux on a season-long loan deal.
On 30 July 2015, manager Ronald Koeman confirmed that Mayuka 'had no future at Southampton', and he was removed from the first-team. He failed to find the back of the net in any of his 16 league appearances for the Saints.
On 31 August 2015, Mayuka joined French club FC Metz of Ligue 2, signing a three-year deal.
He was part of the class of 2007 under-20s which included Fwayo Tembo, Clifford Mulenga, Sebastian Mwansa, William Njovu, Stophira Sunzu, Joseph Zimba, Rogers Kola, Jacob Banda, Nyambe Mulenga and Dennis Banda. He was the youngest player at the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup and the only school boy in the team. Despite not scoring there, many soccer pundits and fans acknowledged his contribution to one of the finest youth squads in Zambian football history.
Mayuka was not part of the U-20s that participated earlier that year at the African Youth Cup in Congo (where Zambia finished fourth) but, in the first game against Jordan, he was picked in the starting line-up, and remained such for the other two group stage matches and the round-of-16 clash with Nigeria.
Mayuka debuted for the senior side in the 2007 COSAFA Cup, scoring the second goal in a 3–0 rout of Mozambique. Mayuka scored the first goal for Zambia of 2012 Africa Cup of Nations which was score again by his team mate Rainford Kalaba second goal in the game with Zambia earning a victory against Senegal. In the same tournament, he scored against Libya in the group stage, and then he scored the winner in a famous 1–0 victory over Ghana in the semifinals, therefore leading Zambia into the finals. He then played all 120 minutes against Ivory Coast in Zambia's penalty shootout victory against Ivory Coast.
- Scores and results list the Zambia's goal tally first.
|1.||29 September 2007||Super Stadium, Atteridgeville||Mozambique||
||<center>3–0||2007 COSAFA Cup|
|2.||22 May 2008||June 11 Stadium, Tripoli||Libya||<center>1–0||<center>2–2||Friendly|
|3.||3 August 2008||Thulamahashe Stadium, Bushbuckridge||Template:Country data MAD||<center>1–0||<center>2–0||2008 COSAFA Cup|
|4.||5 September 2010||Nkoloma Stadium, Lusaka||Template:Country data COM||<center>4–0||<center>4–0||2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier|
|5.||27 March 2011||Estádio da Machava, Maputo||Mozambique||<center>2–0||<center>2–0||2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier|
|6.||4 September 2011||Stade Said Mohamed Cheikh, Mitsamiouli||Template:Country data COM||<center>2–1||<center>2–1||2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier|
|7.||21 January 2012||Estadio de Bata, Bata||Senegal||<center>1–0||<center>2–1||2012 Africa Cup of Nations|
|8.||25 January 2012||Estadio de Bata, Bata||Libya||<center>1–1||<center>2–2||2012 Africa Cup of Nations|
|9.||8 February 2012||Estadio de Bata, Bata||Template:Country data GHA||<center>1–0||<center>1–0||2012 Africa Cup of Nations|
|10.||15 August 2012||Anyang Stadium, Anyang||Template:Country data KOR||<center>1–1||<center>1–2||Friendly|
|11.||15 October 2014||Levy Mwanawasa Stadium, Ndola||Template:Country data NIG||<center>2–0||<center>3–0||2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier|
|12.||22 January 2015||Nuevo Estadio de Ebebiyín, Ebebiyín||Tunisia||<center>1–0||<center>1–2||2015 Africa Cup of Nations|
- Maccabi Tel Aviv
- Toto Cup: 2008–09
- Egypt Cup: 2016
- Africa Cup of Nations: 2012
- Africa Cup of Nations Golden Boot: 2012
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