Bobby Browne (footballer, born 1962)
|Full name||Robert Browne|
|Date of birth||9 June 1962|
|Place of birth||Dublin, Republic of Ireland|
|1983–1984||St Patrick's Athletic||?||(?)|
|1984–1985||St Patrick's Athletic||?||(?)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Bobby Browne (born 9 June 1962 in Dublin) is a former Irish footballer and manager.
The following season, he won the FAI Cup which guaranteed entry into the 1993-94 European Cup Winners' Cup where Browne appeared as a substitute 3 times at FC Karpaty Lviv , against Panathinaikos in the Olympic Stadium (Athens)  and in the return leg .
He signed for Ards F.C. in January 1994 winning the County Antrim Shield but was back in the League of Ireland, this time in the League of Ireland First Division with Drogheda United in November. His good form helped the Boynesiders to promotion and he was named in the PFAI First Division XI for the 1994-95 League of Ireland First Division season. The following season Browne's form earned him the club player of the year award.
After a season back at Hunky Dorys Park he moved to Monaghan United where he became player/manager in 1999.
Under Browne Monaghan regained promotion to the Premier Division in the 2000–2001 season. He resigned in September 2003 .
Browne was assistant manager of the Republic of Ireland under-23s in 2010.
In October 2010 Drogheda United appointed Browne as manager. Despite finishing bottom of the table in 2010 and being automatically relegated, Drogheda United were given a late reprieve just weeks before the new season when Sporting Fingal were wound up. Finding themselves back in the Premier Division, Bobby Browne was replaced by Monaghan United manager Mick Cooke on 27 February 2011, a week ahead of the first game of the 2011 season.
- County Antrim Shield (1): 1993
- Drogheda United Player of the Year (1): 1995–96