Mark Adu Amofah
|Full name||Mark Amofah|
|Date of birth||7 July 1987|
|Place of birth||Ghana|
|Height||1.6 m (5 ft 3 in)|
|1995–1998||Young Brazilians (Colts)|
|2006–2007||Asante Kotoko SC||29||(21)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 7 August 2000.
† Appearances (Goals).
Liberty Professionals F.C. bought Amofah from Fauzan F.C. in 2001 for an undisclosed fee. He spent the 2005 season on loan at Real Sportive, where he became an icon in the Premiership of Ghana. He scored 11 goals in 15 appearances to rank third on the goal king chart in Ghana that season. His performance in the 2005 league caught the eyes of the technical staff of the Ghana national under-20 and -23 teams. At club level, his hiring became a tug of war between the two big clubs in Ghanaian football, Asante Kotoko SC and Accra Hearts of Oak SC. Kotoko won the battle for his signature. He scored several goals for the national Under-20 and the under-23 teams. He played a significant role in qualifying Asante Kotoko SC to the first African champions league in 2006 and went ahead to score goals in the champions league itself. After the 2006 season Bloemfontein Celtic premier league of South Africa signed him for undisclosed fee. Based on his performance and goals he caught the eyes of the newly promoted side into the Danish Superligaen SonderjyskE Amofah signed for the Denmark team in 2008. After a season with SonderjyskE he moved to Israel and signed with Beitar Ramla in 2009. He returned home to Ghana premier league in 2011 with his former club Liberty Professionals.After 2011-2012 season Amofah left Ghana and signed with phattalung F.C. of Thailand in 2013.Mark Left phattalung F.C. after 2013 season and signed for sitra Club of bahrain in january 2014.
- Asante Kotoko F.C
- Ghana Premier League Champions 2006
- Africa champions League.
- Ghana U20 Squad
- ECOWAS/WAFU tournament champions
- Bloemfontein Celtic
- Semi finals Telkom Cup
- Beitar Ramla
- FA Cup Champions
- "Ghanaian Striker Mark Amofah moves to Denmark". GhanaWeb. Retrieved 27 January 2014.