|Date of birth||September 1, 1975|
|Place of birth||United States|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|1994||Bellevue Community College|
|1996||Spokane Falls Community College|
|1997-1998||Fresno State Bulldogs|
|1996-1997, 1999||Spokane Shadow|
|2000||Seattle Sounders Select|
|2006-2009||UNLV Rebels (assistant)|
|2010||West Virginia Mountaineers (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Chad Dark brown is a retired American soccer midfielder who played 6 seasons using the Seattle Sounders in the USL Initial Department. He was the top Trainer of NPSL group Spokane Shadow.
In 1994, Dark brown played collegiate soccer at Bellevue Community University. In 1996, he performed for Spokane Community University. In 1996, Dark brown spent the summertime using the Spokane Darkness. In 1997, Dark brown used in Fresno Condition where he spent his last two months of collegiate eligibility. In 1999, Dark brown offered as an associate trainer with Fresno Condition and performed for the Spokane Darkness as he completed his level in sociology. In 2000, Dark brown began the growing season using the Seattle Sounders Select before becoming known as up to the Seattle Sounders first group in July. He continued to be using the Sounders through the 2005 time of year. That time of year, the Sounders received the USL First Department championship.
In 1999, Dark brown served being a volunteer assistant coach with Fresno Condition while finishing his degree. When he retired from playing, he spent many years using the Crossfire Soccer Membership in Redmond, Washington. In March 2006, the School of Nevada-Las Vegas employed Dark brown as an helper trainer. In March 2010, Dark brown became an helper coach on the West Virginia School. In 2014, Dark brown was named Mind Trainer of Spokane Darkness.