Narcisse Yaméogo’s biography, fact, career, awards, net worth and life story

Intro Burkinabe footballer
Is Athlete
Football player
Association football player
From Burkina Faso
Type Sports
Gender male

19 November 1980, Ouagadougou

Age 40 years
Star sign Scorpio

Narcisse Yaméogo (born 19 November 1980 in Ouagadougou) is a retired Burkinabé footballer.


Yaméogo began his career in his native Burkina Faso with ASFA Yennega before moving to Senegal with Jeanne D’Arc. Yaméogo then moved to Portugal, where he spent the majority of his career, playing for SC Braga, Portimonense, Olhanense, Ribeirão, C.F. União and A.D. Camacha with short spells in Bahrain with Riffa S.C. and Azerbaijan with FK Mughan.

Following his retirement from playing, Yaméogo was an assistant coach of Gabon under manager Paulo Jorge Rebelo Duarte.

In Avril 2015 , Narcisse Yaméogo was nominated an assistant coach of Club Sportif Sfaxien under manager Paulo Jorge Rebelo Duarte

International career

He presented as midfielder his nation of Burkina Faso where he made his international debut in 1999. He was part of the Burkinabé 2002 African Nations Cup and recalled for 2010 African Cup of Nations.