|Full name||Roberto Ronaldo Brown Perea|
|Date of birth||July 15, 1977|
|Place of birth||Panama City, Panama|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of September 24, 2010.
† Appearances (Goals).
Nicknamed el Bombardero, Brown spent the majority of his early career playing for numerous teams in Central America and Europe. He helped Real España to the runner-up spot of the Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras in 1998 and, after moving to play for FC Sheriff Tiraspol in Moldova in 2002, won three consecutive Divizia Naţională titles, as well as the 2002 Moldavian Cup, in which he scored Sheriff's second goal in the final against Nistru Otaci.
Brown signed with the Montreal Impact on July 30, 2007. He made his Impact debut on August 16 against the California Victory which he registered his first goal for the club in a 2-0 victory. For the remainder of the season he appeared in eight matches. In the playoffs Brown tallied one goal and one assist in the first game of the quarterfinal series against the Puerto Rico Islanders on September 14. In the following season Brown missed a series of nine matches due to a thigh injury and a suspension. But from his return he recorded one goal and two assists on June 22 against the Carolina RailHawks, the goal scored by Brown was the 300th Impact goal in history scored at home. In the Nutrilite Canadian Championship, Brown scored two goals and most notably the tying goal against Toronto FC on July 22 at BMO Field that clinched the 2008 Nutrilite Canadian Championship for the Impact, and helped the club qualify to the CONCACAF Champions League. During the Impact tenure in the Champions League, Brown played a dominant role in scoring crucial goals for the Impact throughout the tournament. In total he scored four goals out of eight games and helped the Impact reach the quarterfinals before losing out to Santos Laguna to 5-4 on aggregate.
On January 12, 2009 the Montreal Impact announced the re-signing of Brown for the 2009 season. During the 2009 USL season Brown contributed by helping the Impact clinch a playoff spot under new head coach Marc Dos Santos. He recorded his first playoff goal in the semifinal match against Puerto Rico Islanders. The match resulted in 2-1 victory for the Impact, and allowing the Impact to advance to the finals by winning their second match on aggregate. Montreal would advance on to the finals where their opponents would end up being the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, thus marking the first time in USL history where the final match would consist of two Canadian clubs. On October 17, 2009 in the second game of finals Brown scored the third and final goal for the Impact, therefore winning the match and claiming Montreal's third USL Championship. Brown had come to terms with Montreal to extend his contract for another year. On July 12, 2010 the Montreal Impact released Brown.
|Total USSF D2||59||13||10||11||3||3||6||2||0||8||4||0||84||22||13|
- Scores and results list. Panama's goal tally first.
|1.||14 January 2011||Estadio Rommel Fernández, Panama City, Panama||Belize||2–0||2–0||Uncaf 2011|