|Date of birth||11 March 1952|
|Place of birth||Caldercruix, Scotland|
|1972||Scottish League XI||1||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
John Brownlie (born 11 March 1952) is a Scottish former football player who played for Pumpherston Juniors, Hibernian, Newcastle United, Middlesbrough, Hartlepool United, Berwick Rangers, Blyth Spartans and Scotland. He was a right back.
Brownlie joined Hibernian from Pumpherston Juniors in 1969 and remained at Easter Road for nine years. He was part of the 1972 League Cup winning team and also earned runners-up medals in 1972 (Scottish Cup) and 1974 (League Cup).
Newcastle United and Beyond
He later played for Newcastle United, Middlesbrough, Hartlepool United, Berwick Rangers and Blyth Spartans. Following his retirement in 1986, he ran a hotel in the English North-East. 
Manager and Coaching Career
After a spell running the youth teams at Raith Rovers, Brownlie managed Arbroath between 2000 and 2003 where he led the club to promotion from the Scottish Second Division and kept them in the Scottish First Division for two seasons.
He later returned to East Stirlingshire as a coach, taking temporary charge of the first team in 2008 after the resignation of Gordon Wylde.
Honours and Achievements
- Scottish League Cup: winners 1971-72
- Scottish Second Division: promotion 1991-92
- Scottish Second Division: promotion 2000-01
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