|Full name||Peter Ofori-Quaye|
|Date of birth||21 March 1980|
|Place of birth||Accra, Ghana|
|Height||1.82 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
|1991–1995||Ajax Cape Town|
|2007–2008||Hapoel Kiryat Shmona||26||(4)|
|2010–2011||Accra Hearts of Oak SC||0||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Peter Ofori-Quaye (born 21 March 1980) is a Ghanaian footballer who plays as a striker. He most recently played for Ghanaian club Bechem United until he was released in 2012. He has 32 caps for Ghana and played at the 2000 Africa Cup of Nations.
Ofori-Quaye has spent most of his career being 18 years old in the Greek division and has amassed 33 goals in his 10 seasons in the league. He came to Greece at the age of 15, signing for Kalamata FC during the Stavros Papadopoulos era of the club. The Papadopoulos era was noted for bringing in talented players from the nation of Ghana with Ofori-Quaye proving to be the most promising player ahead of teammates Samuel Johnson and Derek Boateng. At the age of 17, Ofori-Quaye signed for Greek champions Olympiacos for a Kalamata FC club record of USD $3.5 million. Ofori-Quaye attracted much attention from other clubs, scoring key goals including those in the UEFA Champions League against the likes of Rosenborg BK, Olympique Lyonnais, and Deportivo La Coruna. In the middle of Olympiacos' coach changing crisis, Ofori-Quaye was released by the club in 2003. He won 6 Greek Championships with the Piraeus based club, a Hellenic Cup, and helped them reach the quarter finals of the 1998-99 UEFA Champions League.
After a year away from football, he signed for Ghanaian club Liberty Professionals FC. In 2005, he returned to Greece signing for OFI Crete where he began to hit good form and was recalled back to his national team. On July 2007 newly promoted Israeli club Kiryat Shmona tried to sign him, but his contract was not approved in the first place with OFI reported him missing for the past three months. He was transferred to Limassol club AEL Limassol in the summer of 2008.
- Peter Ofori-Quaye at National-Football-Teams.com