6. Knowledge and Walter Musona
Walter and Knowledge are one talented sibling duo dominating the football world with Walter representing locally and Knowledge enjoying some well deserved success abroad.
7. Joey and Quincy Antipas
They might not be siblings but this father-son duo contributed a lot to the local football and are considered legends. Together they helped turn Motor Action into one of the biggest clubs in the country at the time. Joey who is now a coach and his equally talented son Quincy is still playing abroad.
8. Kelvin and Elvis Moyo
The Moyo brothers play in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League for FC Platinum. Kelvin also played for the Young Warriors. The Moyo twins’ involvement in football seems to run in the family as their father, Bishop once played Bulawayo Eagles as a midfielder.
9. Cain And Abel Muteji
The Muteji brothers were part of the classy Zimbabwe Under-23 team that came close to winning the 1995 All-Africa Games gold medal. During their time they also lost in the final qualifier of the Atlanta 1996 Olympics to a Nigerian Under-23 side. They will go down in Zimbabwean football history as some of the greatest.
10. Peter and Patrick Mubaiwa
Peter and Patrick Mubaiwa entered the fray at the turn of the millennium, playing for the Harare United before finding a new home in the South African Mvela Golden League.