Blaise Nkufo made 33 appearances for Switzerland in 24 countries during his career, playing against Italy, Germany, and played on the team that beat eventual winner Spain in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. As a club player he faced Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Olympic Marseille, Ajax Amsterdam, Manchester City and many others European football clubs .
Blaise was the leading scorer in five of his six seasons at FC Twente in the Netherlands, playing 442 games and scoring over 200 goals. FC Twente won their first Dutch title in 2010, during Blaise’s last season with the club.
He has also played in Switzerland (Super League), Germany (Bundesliga), the Netherlands (Eredivisie), and played for the Seattle Sounders (MLS) prior to his retirement in 2011.
His Professional Playing Experience combined with coaching qualifications, including a “License UEFA”, which certifies him to train and develop players from basic to advanced level.
Committed to Social Change through sport Blaise has founded the N.K.U.F.O Academy based in Cameroon. The Academy has a proven Track Record of Developing Talented Youth from 12 to 20 years old and represents players in realizing their dream to play Professionally within Europe.