- Position: Forward
- Date of Birth: 08/19/1935
- College Experience: Bridgeport
- Height: 5' 9"
- Weight: 150 lbs
- Caps: 1
George Brown, half of one of only a few father-and-son combinations in the National Soccer Hall of Fame, starred for a decade in pro teams in and near New York. In addition to appearing in a World Cup qualifier against Mexico in 1957, he was a member of the United States team that won the bronze medal at the 1959 Pan-American Games. Brown’s era wasn’t known for the full schedule we see today. He took advantages of his limited opportunity to wear the USA shirt in a decade where the National Team rarely played. He later served as president of the National Soccer Hall of Fame, joining the Hall as a player in 1995.
1957: Played his only full international in a World Cup qualifier in Mexico City.
1962-63: Played the last of his six seasons with Elizabeth Polish Falcons.
1959-60: Returned to the ASL and Elizabeth Polish Falcons.
1958-59: Played for the Chicago Lions in the National Soccer League of Chicago while in the army and stationed in Indianapolis.
1956-57: Played his first season in the American Soccer League for Elizabeth Polish Falcons and won the league goal scoring title.
1955-56: Won his third GASL championship in three seasons with the German-Hungarians.
1954-55: Won another GASL title with German-Hungarians.
1953-54: Started his pro career in the German-American League of New York with German-Hungarians and won a league championship.
College and youth: Played for the Greenport United team coached by his father in Greenwich, Conn … Because he had played in professional leagues (although retaining his amateur status), served as a coach during his years at the University of Bridgeport.