Dennis Agyare Antwi has experience in playing for top clubs in Malaysia, Sweden, and Norway. Before joining Gokulam Kerala FC in I-League.
Born in Accra, the capital of Ghana, the forward started to play at the age of 12 for Ajax Academy in his city. He later went on to play for Accra Hearts of Oak SC, a Ghanaian Premier League club.
In the year 2011, when he was 18 years old, he signed for the Malaysian Super League side, Kelantan FC. That was a breakthrough season for young Antwi, as he won the Malaysian Super League and Malaysian FA Cup with the club. In his debut season in Malaysia, he scored four goals in 10 appearances.
Later he was loaned to another Malaysian club, Perlis FA. In 2013, he returned to Ghana, where he played for International Allies FC. After a highly successful season in his hometown, where he scored 10 goals in 12 appearances, he moved to Swedish Division Two club FC Rosengård 1917.
Antwi had yet another superb season at the Swedish club, where he started in 20 matches and scored 10 goals. His next stint was at FK Jerv, a Norwegian first division club. He scored another 10 goals for them before moving to another Norwegian top division team IK Start. He started 29 matches for the club and scored 14 goals.
He later moved to another Norwegian club Asane and also returned back to Sweden to play for Trelleborgs FF, a second division club.
The 28-year-old Gokalum Kerala FC former striker Dennis Agyare Antwi scored an impressive 11 goals from 15 games, with 7 assists to help Kerala United to clinch the Indian League 2 on the final day.
Dennis Agyare Antwi played a vital role with his former playing mates at Gokalum Karela Awal Mohammed and Philip Tetteh played a key role in Gokalum Kerala FC for winning their first-ever Indian League 2 title.
Dennis Agyare Antwi admits that he is very delighted to join his new club Al-Taawon (UAE) Club and he is also ready to fight for the club in winning ways.
Credit: Richmond K. Entsie(GFA)