|Full name||Patrick Osiako|
|Date of birth||15 November 1986|
|Place of birth||Mombasa, Kenya|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)|
|FC Linköping City|
|2012–2013||Hapoel Be'er Sheva||28||(1)|
|2016–||FC Linköping City|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 13 April 2016
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 17 March 2014
In December 2007, Osiako was signed by Superettan side Mjällby AIF on a two and a half-year contract. Osiako's contract with Mjällby expired at the end of the 2009 season, however he signed a new 2-year contract with Mjällby shortly after.
Following Osiako's release from Mjällby trained with Sölvesborgs whilst exploring options in Russia before having a trial with Romanian side Petrolul Ploiești. In March 2012, following a successful trial, Osiako signed a two-month contract with Petrolul Ploiești. After the expiration of his contract Osiako considered a new contract from Petrolul Ploiești before siging for Hapoel Be'er Sheva. In August 2013, Osiako signed for Azerbaijan Premier League side Simurq from Hapoel Be'er Sheva. When Osiako made his debut for Simurq on 3 August 2013, coming on as an 87th-minute substitute for Stjepan Poljak in their 2–0 victory over Ravan Baku, he became only the second Kenyan to play in the Azerbaijan Premier League after Allan Wanga. Osiako scored his first goal for Simurq on 1 November 2013, in their 3–2 away defeat to Baku.
Osiako earned his first call up to the Kenya national football team in February 2005 while at Tusker then coached by Mohamed Kheri for a game against Botswana in a 2006 Nations Cup/World Cup qualifier
A year and a half later under caretaker coach Tom Olaba is when Osiako got his first international cap in a friendly game against Tanzania that ended in a 0–0 draw at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on 4 October 2006.
Osiako picked up his fifth cap in Luanda Angola on 10 October 2006 in a 2008 Nations Cup qualifier but after three years he was drafted for his sixth cap in a World Cup qualifier against Tunisia on Sunday 11 October 2009 where he was named Man of the match for Kenya. Tunisia won 1–0.
- As of 8 February 2015
|2011–12||Petrolul Ploiești||Liga I||11||1||0||0||-||11||1|
|2012–13||Hapoel Be'er Sheva||Israeli Premier League||28||1||5||0||-||33||1|
|2013–14||Simurq||Azerbaijan Premier League||25||1||0||0||-||25||1|
Statistics accurate as of match played 12 June 2013
- Mjällby AIF
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