|Intro||A Solomon Islands professional footballer|
|Is||Athlete Football player Association football player|
|Birth||5 October 1982, Honiara|
Henry Fa'arodo Jr (born 5 October 1982 in Honiara) is a Solomon Islands professional footballer who currently plays as a striker/midfielder for Team Wellington. He is also captain of the Solomon Island national team.
Fa'arodo attended Nelson College from 2000 to 2001, playing for the school's 1st XI football team as well as local club side Nelson Suburbs.
He is one of few Solomon Islanders who have played in Australian top-flight football for Perth Glory in the first A-League season and for the Melbourne Knights in the old NSL.
He joined Victorian Premier League side Altona Magic after a stint in New Zealand. In May 2010, he won the Oceania Champions League with Hekari United.
In January 2012, Fa'arodo linked up with Team Wellington in the ASB Premiership.
FC Nelson appointed Henry Fa'arodo as their junior technical advisor for the 2012 winter season and also played for the 1st team helping them to win the league.
He has frequently represented the Solomon Islands at international level, making his debut at the 2002 OFC Nations Cup against Tahiti. He played in 16 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches.
Henry was chosen as a starter on the Oceania All Stars team that faced the LA Galaxy on 6 December 2008 in New Zealand.
- Oceania Champions League: 2010