|Full name||Henri Arnaud Antchouet Rebienot|
|Date of birth||2 August 1979|
|Place of birth||Libreville, Gabon|
|Height||1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|2006||→ Vitória Guimarães (loan)||12||(2)|
|2006–2007||→ Al-Shabab (loan)||0||(0)|
|2007||→ AEL (loan)||8||(2)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 6 November 2013|
Born in Libreville, Antchouet started his career at the age of 15 in local club FC 105 Libreville. After a quick spell in Cameroon he moved to Portugal, first with Leixões SC (then in the third division), and remained there for the vast majority of the following six years.
Consistent performances for Primeira Liga's C.F. Os Belenenses attracted the attention of Deportivo Alavés in July 2005, but Antchouet left Spain after only a few months, returning to Portugal with Vitória de Guimarães, on loan.
After a loan in Saudi Arabia, Antchouet joined AEL 1964 FC in Greece, in January 2007, still owned by Alavés, and helped the team win the domestic cup, netting the winner against Panathinaikos F.C. just eight minutes from time, as a substitute. On 15 June 2007, however, he was given a two-year ban by the Hellenic Football Federation, after testing positive for cocaine.
In August 2009 Antchouet returned to active and Portugal, signing with second division side G.D. Estoril Praia. After one season, he was due to change clubs – and countries – again, joining FC U Craiova from Romania in June 2010; however, the deal eventually fell through and he returned to the country he had left, moving to Moreirense F.C. in division two.
In June 2011 Antchouet signed for Indian club Churchill Brothers SC, scoring on his debut against Shillong Lajong F.C. and finding the net against the same rival on 18 December in a 6–0 routing. He finished the season as joint-sixth top scorer, helping his team to the third position in the I-League.
|Leixões||2000–01||Portuguese Second Division||30||13||3||1||0||0||33||14|
|2001–02||Portuguese Second Division||36||13||8||5||0||0||44||18|
|2002–03||Portuguese Second Division||0||0||0||0||1||1||1||1|
|Vitória Guimarães||2005–06||Primeira Liga||12||2||3||1||0||0||15||3|
|Al-Shabab||2006–07||Saudi Professional League||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|AEL 1964||2006–07||Superleague Greece||8||2||0||0||0||0||8||2|
|Estoril||2009–10||Liga de Honra||19||5||4||1||0||0||23||6|
|Moreirense||2010–11||Liga de Honra||30||12||5||1||0||0||35||13|
- Scores and results list Gabon's goal tally first.
|1.||7 November 1999||Stade Omar Bongo, Libreville, Gabon||Equatorial Guinea||1–0||4–0||UNIFAC Cup|
|2.||14 November 1999||Stade Omar Bongo, Libreville, Gabon||Chad||1–0||2–0||UNIFAC Cup|
|3.||2 September 2006||Stade Omar Bongo, Libreville, Gabon||Madagascar||1–0||4–0||2008 Africa Cup of Nations qualification|
- AEL 1964
- Churchill Brothers
- Antchouet banned for doping; BBC Sport, 15 June 2007
- Kanu leads the way; BBC Sport, 9 October 2002
- Parker injury numbs Newcastle; UEFA.com, 4 January 2006
- Henry Antchouet: “Voi demonstra pe teren de ce sunt capabil” (Henry Antchouet: “I am going to show what i can do”); Universitatea Craiova, 16 June 2010 (in Romanian)
- Leaders toppled, new challengers emerge; FIFA.com, 19 December 2011
- "H. Antchouet". Soccerway. Retrieved 22 November 2013.
- "Henri Antchouet". Footballdatabase. Retrieved 21 March 2015.
- Includes Copa del Rey, Taça da Liga and Taça de Portugal
- Includes AFC Cup
- "Antchouet, Henri". National Football Teams. Retrieved 12 July 2018.