Born: December 29, 1992
Birthplace: Sandy Bay, Jamaica
Previous Club: New Mexico United
BRIAN BROWN BIO
FC Tulsa acquired Brian Brown from New Mexico United via trade before the start of the 2022 season.
2021 – OAKLAND ROOTS (USL CHAMPIONSHIP)
Brown joined Oakland late in the season on loan from New Mexico United and would make three starts and four appearances for the club. He has one assist with Oakland before the end of the season.
2021 – NEW MEXICO UNITED (USL CHAMPIONSHIP)
Brown returned stateside in 2021 and signed with New Mexico United where he started seven of the 13 matches he appeared in. He scored twice, one of which was a free-kick goal against El Paso Locomotive FC from a driven ball underneath the four-man wall. Brown also had one assist before being loaned out to Oakland Roots to finish the season.
2019-2020 – FK PARTIZANI TIRANA (ALBANIA)
Midway through 2019, Reno transferred Brown to FK Partizani Tirana in the top-flight Albanian league. He made 36 appearances for his side between the regular season and playoffs and scored five times, including a hat trick with goals in the 94’ and 96’ minutes off the bench in the finals to win FK Partizani Tirana the title. Brown also made one appearance in Europa League Qualifying against FC Sheriff and two Champions League Qualifying appearances vs Qarabag FK.
2017-2019 – RENO 1868 FC (USL CHAMPIONSHIP)
No longer under contract with Harbour View, Brown signed with Reno 1868 FC in its inaugural season and would become Reno’s all-time goal scoring leader. In 60 total appearances with Reno, including three playoff matches and two more Open Cup matches, Brown totaled 28 goals and 16 assists. His 2018 season was perhaps his career best, scoring 17 goals including playoffs with six assists, both season highs. He finished the season as the fourth-highest scorer in the Western Conference.
2016 – CHARLOTTE INDEPENDENCE (USL CHAMPIONSHIP)
Again on loan, Brown joined Charlotte Independence in the USL Championship, the third American club in a different soccer tier he had been loaned to in as many seasons. He made 27 appearances for Charlotte, scoring nine goals in USL Championship play. Brown also played all 120 minutes of Charlotte’s Open Cup match against the Carolina Red Hawks (now North Carolina FC) and played all 90 minutes in the club’s playoff match against the Rochester Rhinos, logging an assist in that match.
2015 – INDY ELEVEN (NASL)
Brown was again loaned out from Harbour View to Indy Eleven who was playing in the NASL at the time. Between the Spring and Fall Championship competitions, the forward made 21 appearances and 15 starts. He scored four goals and registered one assist with Indy.
2014 – PHILADELPHIA UNION (MLS)
In 2014, the Jamaican was loaned the Philadelphia Union of the MLS, marking the first time he would be loaned to the United States. In eight league appearances, Brown scored twice, both goals coming against Sporting Kansas City. Brown came up with an assist as well and started in Philadelphia’s Open Cup win over FC Dallas on August 13.
2013-2016 – HARBOUR VIEW (JAMAICA)
After a season with Montego Bay, Brown signed with Harbour View in Jamaica where he appeared regularly in the 2013-2014 season before being loaned out to other clubs on an annual basis. In that season, Brown scored 18 goals in 30 appearances and won the RSPL Golden Boot.
Brown did not appear for Harbour View during the 2014-2015 season as he was out on loan to Philadelphia Union and made just nine appearances in the 2015-2016 season, spending most of the campaign on loan at Indy Eleven and Charlotte Independence.
2013-2014 – MONTEGO BAY UNITED (JAMAICA)
Brown signed with Montego Bay United in Jamacia’s National Premier League as a 19-year-old to start his professional career. Stats for Brown’s season at Montego Bay are not available.
Brian Brown has nine caps for his home country of Jamaica between CONCACAF Nations League play, International Friendlies, and 2019 Gold Cup. He scored once for Jamaica against Antigua and Barbuda in CONCACAF Nations League B play and he also has one assist that came against Honduras in the 2019 Gold Cup.