Aaron Katebe (DOB: 01/24/1992) is a 24 year old Zambian player who has been capped more than 10 times for the Zambian National Team. He was drafted into the Zambia team that faced Angola in a friendly on May 16, 2012, where he earned his fist cap for the Zambian National Team in a goalless draw against Angola. The youthful Katebe played the most of the game defence, before being moved into the midfield position.
Katebe started his career at Zambian based club Afrisports one of Zambia’s most successful developmental teams that produced has established Zambia internationals Jacob Mulenga, Rainford Kalaba and Stopilla Sunzu, it is known as the 'Ajax of Zambia'. He was then transfered to Hwange FC of Zimbabwe from Afrisports at the beginning of 2011 and had the opportunity to play in the 2012 African Confederations Cup. He moved to FC Platinum of Zimbabwe in 2013, and was made the team Captain. He helped them qualify for the 2015 African Confederations Cup.
He is described as a very athletic player, capable of playing in defense or as a defensive midfielder. He combines good ball holding abilities and a commanding presence despite his youth.
He represented Zambia in the 2015 COSAFA Cup, where he scored 2 goals.