Chris Brown (footballer, born 1971)

Chris Brown
Personal information
Full nameChristopher A. Brown
Date of birth (1971-08-16) August 16, 1971 (age 46)
Place of birth London, England
Height6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Playing positionDefender
Youth career
1990Charlotte 49ers
1991-1993American Eagles
Senior career*
1994-1995TuS Celle1(0)
1995Washington Mustangs
1995-1996 Baltimore Bays (indoor)
1996Richmond Kickers12(0)
1996-1997 Tampa Bay Terror (indoor)
1997-1999New Orleans Storm63(1)
1998→ Dallas Burn (loan)1(0)
1999Maryland Mania12(0)
2000-2004Richmond Kickers64(0)
Teams managed
1997 Tampa Spartans (assistant)
1998-1999 UMBC Retrievers (assistant)
2000-2006 VCU Rams (assistant)
2003-2004 Richmond Kickers (assistant)
2007 USF Bulls (assistant)
2008-USF Bulls
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.


Chris Dark brown is a retired English-American footballer who spent the majority of his profession in the USL A-League. He’s the co-head trainer from the USF Bulls women’s team.



Born in Britain, Dark brown moved to america as a kid and settled in San Antonio, Tx. In 1990, he started his collegiate profession at the College or university of NEW YORK at Charlotte. In 1991, he used in American College or university.


In 1994, Dark brown moved to Germany and authorized with TuS Celle. In 1995, he came back to america where he completed the 1995 USISL outdoor time of year using the Washington Mustangs. Then signed using the Baltimore Bays for the 1995–1996 USISL interior time of year. In 1996, he became a member of the Richmond Kickers for just one season. In nov 1996, Dark brown moved indoors using the Tampa Bay Terror from the Country wide Professional Soccer Little league. He authorized with the brand new Orleans Riverboat Bettors on Apr 4, 1997. In 1998, the Bettors became the brand new Orleans Surprise. That season, Dark brown went on mortgage towards the Dallas Burn off of Major Little league Soccer for just one video game. On Feb 24, 1999, he authorized using the Maryland Mania. In 2000, Dark brown returned towards the Kickers and continued to be with them until his pension by the end from the 2004 season.


In 1997, Dark brown began his coaching job as an assistant using the men's team in the University of Tampa. In 1998, he shifted to College or university of Maryland, Baltimore Region, where he was an associate using the women's group. In 2000, he became an associate trainer at Virginia Commonwealth College or university. In 2003 and 2004, Dark brown served like a player-assistant trainer using the Richmond Kickers furthermore to his collegiate training obligations. In 2007, he became an associate in the College or university of South Florida. In 2008, he became co-head trainer along with his wife Denise Schilte. This year 2010, he coached the Guyana women's nationwide football group.