Date of birth
Brown penned a two-year deal with Pompey in the summer of 2018, officially becoming a Blues player following the expiration of his Bristol Rovers contract on June 30.
The left back began his career with Queens Park Rangers and graduated through the ranks at Loftus Road, earning his first professional contract in July 2008.
He made his first team debut on 24th April 2010, against Barnsley, at Oakwell.
During his time with QPR Lee also enjoyed loan spells with Salisbury City and Hayes & Yeading, before joining Bristol Rovers on a free transfer in the summer of 2011.
Brown made his Rovers league debut on the opening day of the 2011/12 season and scored his first goal for the club in the 4-1 defeat at Crawley on 3rd September 2011.
Although he is a recognised full back, former manager Mark McGhee played him on the left of midfield on a number of occasions after his appointment.
The appointment of John Ward as manager saw Lee move back to play in his favoured position and the tough tackling defender went on to enjoy a successful spell in the second-half of the 2012/13 campaign.
Won international honours with the England 'C' team in 2014/15, as well as playing 46 times for the Rovers side that won promotion back into the Football League the same season.
The Gas sealed back-to-back promotions the following campaign, with Brown’s last-gasp goal against Dagenham and Redbridge clinching a final-day victory that took them up.
That season, he was the only ever-present in the Rovers side, appearing in every minute of every game.
Has made 74 league appearances across the past two seasons in the third tier, netting once.