Keith Kayamba began playing football at a young age at primary school. In 1989, he made his mark in his debut first division season, by helping Newton to win both the league and the cup. This led to Kayamba being called up to the National Senior team by the then head coach, Alphonso Bridgewater.
Kayamba’s professional playing career spanned 15years. He had a remarkable career as a striker on the St Kitts & Nevis National team and he also played for a variety of different clubs gaining many honours and accolades. Having retired from professional football in 2014. Kayamba decided to concentrate on a coaching career. His aim is to bring his expertise and knowledge about the sport to help children develop their skills.
Keith Kaymaba is passing his knowledge over to the younger generation and plans to gain the necessary qualifications in order to further educate himself about the sport. Kayamaba is looking to solidify his skills and capabilities as head coach at youth level. He focuses on tactics, physical fitness and conditioning whilst emphasising a disciplined approach to the sport. Keith Kayamaba is passionate about football but also passionate about encouraging and motivating the youth to be involved in the sport he adores. Keith Kayamaba good luck on your new endeavours, we at Caribbean1st salute you.