|Full name||Dominique Mocka|
|Date of birth||13 August 1978|
|Place of birth||Guadeloupe|
|1994–2005||Racing Club de Basse-Terre|
|2005–2006||Jeunesse Sportive Saintoise|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 09:54, 16 August 2011 (UTC).
Dominique Mocka (born 13 August 1978) is an association footballer from Guadeloupe. Mocka can operate in midfield or as a forward and currently plays for JS Vieux-Habitants and the Guadeloupe football team. He is the brother of fellow Guadeloupe and JS Vieux-Habitants striker Erick Mocka.
Club playing career
Racing Club de Basse-Terre
Mocka began his career in 1994 with Racing Club de Basse-Terre. He spent nine years and most of his career at the club, winning the Guadeloupe Division d'Honneur in the 2003–04 season, his penultimate year at Basse-Terre. With Basse-Terre, Mocka was the league's top scorer in two consecutive seasons, firstly in 2002–03, with 18 goals, as Racing Club finished eighth and then in 2003–04, with 20 goals, as his team won the league title.
Association de la Jeunesse Sportive Saintoise
Dominique spent a year at the club after leaving Racing Club de Basse-Terre in 2005. Jeunesse finished seventh in the 2005/06 Guadeloupe Division d'Honneur during Dominique's time at the club, and he scored eleven times, but lost out in the goalscoring charts to his brother, Erick Mocka, who scored fifteen times. In 2006, Mocka moved on to JS Vieux-Habitants.
Mocka currently plays for Guadeloupe top-flight club JS Vieux-Habitants and is the team's player/coach. He has been at Vieux-Habitants since 2006, but his most successful year at the club to date was 2010, when Vieux-Habitants won the league and Mocka scored 13 league goals.
Dominique has been capped thirty-seven times for his country, scoring thirteen goals. He wears the no. 5 shirt for Guadeloupe, a number that is usually worn by a central defender. Mocka played in the 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup preliminary qualifiers against Puerto Rico on 7–21 July 2002. He then also featured in the group stage qualifying match against Jamaica on 11 November, against Barbados on 13 November, against Trinidad & Tobago on 28 March 2003 and against Antigua & Barbuda on 30 March. Dominique scored twice in ten minutes in the match against Antigua & Barbuda as Guadeloupe as his team won 2–0.
The midfielder was recalled to the Guadeloupe national team in October 2012, making three appearances at the 2012 Caribbean Cup. Mocka scored a first-half brace in the 4–1 win over Puerto Rico on 26 October 2012; these were his first international goals for nine years.
In 2010, Mocka took charge of the Guadeloupe U20 team when they began competing for the first time since 1992. He was appointed joint-manager along with Steve Bizasene. Mocka said that he would put an emphasis on selecting locally based players for the team.
- 2002-03 Guadeloupe Division d'Honneur - topscorer
- 2003-04 Guadeloupe Division d'Honneur - topscorer
- 2003-04 Guadeloupe Division d'Honneur - champions
- 2003-04 Coupe de Guadeloupe - champions
- 2009-10 Guadeloupe Division d'Honneur - champions
- Dominique Mocka - Guadeloupe - Caribbean Football Retrieved 8 September 2011
- Soccerway: Guadeloupe - Dominque Mocka Retrieved 16 August 2011
- Guadeloupe 2002/03 Retrieved 8 September 2011
- Guadeloupe 2003/04 Retrieved 8 September 2011
- Guadeloupe 2005/06 Retrieved 8 September 2011
- "Dominique Mocka". National Football Teams. Retrieved 8 August 2011.
- Caribbean Qualifying for Gold Cup 2003 Retrieved 8 September 2011
- Football-Lineups - Dominique Mocka Retrieved 16 August 2011
- CONCACAF Championship, Gold Cup 2007 - Full Details Retrieved 8 September 2011
- Guadeloupe vs. Puerto Rico - 26 October 2012 Soccerway.com. 26 October 2012. Retrieved 22 June 2013.
- Football-Lineups - Guadeloupe U20 Retrieved 16 August 2011
- Le come-back de Dominique Mocka (in French) Retrieved 8 August 2011