|Full name||Christopher A. Brown|
|Date of birth||August 16, 1971|
|Place of birth||London, England|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|1995–1996||Baltimore Bays (indoor)|
|1996–1997||Tampa Bay Terror (indoor)|
|1997–1999||New Orleans Storm||63||(1)|
|1998||→ Dallas Burn (loan)||1||(0)|
|1997||Tampa Spartans (assistant)|
|1998–1999||UMBC Retrievers (assistant)|
|2000–2006||VCU Rams (assistant)|
|2003–2004||Richmond Kickers (assistant)|
|2007||USF Bulls (assistant)|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
Born in England, Brown moved to the United States as a child and settled in San Antonio, Texas. In 1990, he began his collegiate career at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. In 1991, he transferred to American University.
In 1994, Brown moved to Germany and signed with TuS Celle. In 1995, he returned to the United States where he finished the 1995 USISL outdoor season with the Washington Mustangs. He then signed with the Baltimore Bays for the 1995–1996 USISL indoor season. In 1996, he joined the Richmond Kickers for one season. In the fall of 1996, Brown moved indoors with the Tampa Bay Terror of the National Professional Soccer League. He signed with the New Orleans Riverboat Gamblers on April 4, 1997. In 1998, the Gamblers became the New Orleans Storm. That season, Brown went on loan to the Dallas Burn of Major League Soccer for one game. On February 24, 1999, he signed with the Maryland Mania. In 2000, Brown returned to the Kickers and remained with them until his retirement at the end of the 2004 season.
In 1997, Brown began his coaching career as an assistant with the men's soccer team at the University of Tampa. In 1998, he moved to University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where he was an assistant with the women's team. In 2000, he became an assistant coach at Virginia Commonwealth University. In 2003 and 2004, Brown served as a player-assistant coach with the Richmond Kickers in addition to his collegiate coaching responsibilities. In 2007, he became an assistant at the University of South Florida. In 2008, he became co-head coach with his wife Denise Schilte. In 2010, he coached the Guyana women's national football team. In May 2021 Brown was announced as the head coach of Puerto Rico women's national football team in time to prepare for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand
- "TRANSACTIONS". The New York Times. 5 April 1997.
- "February 24, 1999 Transactions".
- "Chris Brown es el nuevo director técnico de la Selección Nacional Femenina Absoluta". 12 May 2021.