|Date of birth||22 September 1984|
|Place of birth||Solna, Sweden|
|Height||1.89 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Playing position||Centre forward|
|2005–2007||→ Ciudad Murcia (loan)||75||(23)|
|2008–2009||→ Valladolid (loan)||29||(10)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 31 March 2014.
† Appearances (Goals).
The president of UD Almería, Alfonso García, however, announced his club would take the matter to court: as he appeared before the media during the presentation of Aitor López Rekarte, showed journalists papers which proved an agreement had already been reached between Almería and Udinese.
With Murcia, Goitom only scored twice during the entire campaign, which saw the team eventually relegated from La Liga as last. In July 2008 he was loaned for one season to fellow league side Real Valladolid, which had an option to buy at the campaign's closure.
Established as first-choice, Goitom netted twice as Valladolid beat Recreativo de Huelva 3–2 away on 8 March 2009, but was also sent off during the match (as teammate Álvaro Rubio). He finished the season as the club's top scorer, at ten.
In late July 2009 Goitom was released by Murcia and joined fellow league side Almería, replacing Sevilla FC-bound Álvaro Negredo. His 2009–10 season output consisted of one goal, in a 1–1 home draw against CD Tenerife; also, even though he was the only pure striker in the squad, he was never an undisputed starter, but the Andalusians retained their top division status in the end.
On 19 January 2011 Goitom scored one of Almería's most important goals, netting a penalty kick in a 3–2 win at Deportivo de La Coruña (4–2 on aggregate), with the club reaching the semifinals of the Copa del Rey for the first time ever (he added one more in the competition, against Real Sociedad). However, he again only netted once in the league, in a 2–2 home draw against Atlético Madrid, and the club returned to the second division after four years; in mid-August 2012 he rescinded his contract.
- As of 27 March 2014
|2005–06||Ciudad de Murcia||Segunda División||37||8||—||—||37||8|
- Colpo di Veron, l'Inter si illude – Goitom beffa Mancini allo scadere (Veron strike, Inter thinks it's over – Goitom mocks Mancini in the end); La Repubblica, 19 February 2005 (Italian)
- El Murcia ficha al delantero sueco Henok Goitom (Murcia sign Swedish forward Henok Goitom); Marca, 12 July 2007 (Spanish)
- El Almería denunciará el fichaje de Goitom por el Murcia (Almería to denounce Murcia's signing of Goitom); La Opinión de Murcia, 17 July 2007 (Spanish)
- Goitom llega al Valladolid "para marcar goles y ayudar a mantener la permanencia" (Goitom arrives in Valladolid to "score goals and help maintain top flight status"); Soitu, 17 July 2008 (Spanish)
- Recreativo Huelva 2–3 Valladolid; ESPN Soccernet, 8 March 2009
- Eritrean Henok Goitom back in action in La Liga; Eri-International Sports, 18 January 2010
- El sueco no ha superado la 'maldición del 20' (The Swede has not overcome the 'curse of the 20'); Ideal, 25 May 2010 (Spanish)
- El Almería ganó la eliminatoria ante una Real que lo intentó pero pagó sus errores (Almería won tie against Real who tried but paid for mistakes); Diario Vasco, 11 November 2010 (Spanish)
- El Almería se niega a despertar del sueño (Almería refuses to awake from dream); Marca, 19 January 2011 (Spanish)
- Almeria fight back for draw; ESPN Soccernet, 12 March 2011
- Goitom deja de pertencer al Almería (Goitom no longer an Almería player); Almería's official website, 13 August 2012 (Spanish)
- Goitom klar för AIK: "Är det rätta steget"; Expressen, 16 August 2012 (Swedish)
- Goitom seals Sofia success; UEFA.com, 25 March 2005
- Goitom fuels Swedes' dreams; UEFA.com, 16 August 2006
- "H. Goitom". Soccerway. Retrieved 28 March 2014.