Adin Brown joined the Chicago Fire as a goalkeeper coach on Jan. 15, 2020, after spending five seasons with the Portland Timbers.
Brown originally joined the Timbers as the first team goalkeeper coach in June 22, 2015, helping the Cascadia side win its first-ever MLS Cup trophy in his first season with the club. He served as the Timbers goalkeeper coach for three years (2015-17), before becoming the lead goalkeeper coach for Portland Timbers 2 from 2018-19.
As a player, Brown enjoyed a 12-year career in the United States and Norway, making 154 professional appearances from 2000-2011. He featured for four MLS teams during his career, including the Colorado Rapids, Tampa Bay Mutiny, New England Revolution and the Timbers. During his time in MLS, Brown helped guide the Revolution to the MLS Cup final in 2002 and earned the team’s Defender of the Year honor twice.
The Pleasant Hill, Calif., native also spent four years playing in Norway, making 68 appearances with Aalesunds FK from 2005-09.