Stophira Sunzu is a Zambian footballer who currently plays for TP Mazembe in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Stophira Sunzu was born on June 22, 1989 in Chingola,Zambia.
Sunzu began his career with his brother Felix Sunzu at Afrisport FC and joined 1995 with him to the ex club of his father Konkola Blades. After a super performance in midfield at the 2007 U-20 World Cup, the 19 year old was invited for trials at English side Reading. The Championship side was keen on securing him on longer deal but due to a work permit hitch, things did not materialize. He signed a loan contract for a French association club,LB Châteauroux in September 2008 and turned after the season ended on 30 June 2009 back to his club Zanaco FC.
He made his debut against Botswana in a 2009 African Championship of Nations Qualifier. Sunzu helped the Zambia national under-20 football team to a 1–1 draw against Saudi Arabia with a goal. Sunzu presented his country at 2007 U-20 World Cup in Canada.
Sunzu currently plays for TP Mazembe of Democratic Republic of Congo and was sent off in their opening 2010 FIFA Club World Cup game.