Adolphus Ofodile is a Nigerian footballer who plays as a forward.
NAME: Adolphus Ofodile
DATE OF BIRTH: December 15, 1979
PLACE OF BIRTH: Nigeria
CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: After beginning his career with Udoji United, Ofodile first came to Europe with the Belgian club Eendracht Aalst. After spending two years on loan with German amateur club SC Kapellen-Erft, he signed for 1. FC Magdeburg of the Regionalliga Nordost in 1999. Magdeburg finished 10th in Ofodile’s first season with the club, which, due to a restructuring of the Regionalliga, meant relegation to the fourth tier NOFV-Oberliga Süd. Magdeburg had a hugely successful 2000–01 at this level – with a frontline including Ofodile, Josef Ivanovic, David Mydlo and Vlado Papic, they won the title, and promotion, scoring 120 goals, and had a memorable cup run, beating 1. FC Köln, Bayern Munich (who would go on to be European champions) and Karlsruher SC before losing in the quarter-finals to eventual winners FC Schalke 04.