|International Championship - Kval 2023||09/18 18:30||7||Jordan Brown v Sean O'Sullivan||6-5|
|English Open - Kval 2023||09/08 12:00||7||Ricky Walden v Jordan Brown||4-0|
|Wuhan Open Qualifiers||09/05 09:00||7||Jordan Brown v Himanshu Dinesh Jain||5-1|
|European Masters 2023||08/23 13:30||6||Judd Trump v Jordan Brown||5-0|
|British Open - Kval 2023||08/18 15:00||7||Jordan Brown v Daniel Wells||3-4|
|European Masters - Kval 2023||07/28 09:00||7||Hai Long Ma v Jordan Brown||2-5|
|Championship League Snooker||06/30 18:35||6||Jordan Brown v Julien Leclercq||0-3|
|Championship League Snooker||06/30 13:50||1||Jordan Brown v Barry Pinches||2-2|
|Championship League Snooker||06/30 13:00||3||Jordan Brown v Marco Fu||CANC|
|Championship League Snooker||06/30 11:00||3||Jordan Brown v Joshua Thomond||2-2|
|VM - Kval 2023||04/11 10:00||10||Si Jiahui v Jordan Brown||10-7|
|VM - Kval 2023||04/09 09:00||9||Jordan Brown v Dominic Dale||10-7|
Jordan Brown (born 9 October 1987) is a Northern Irish professional snooker player. After winning back-to-back Northern Ireland Amateur Championships in 2008 and 2009, he made his debut on the professional tour in 2009–10 but lost his tour card after one season. He rejoined the tour in 2018 after qualifying via Q School.
He made his Crucible debut at the 2020 World Snooker Championship. In January 2021, he reached the quarterfinals of the German Masters, and in February 2021, he won his first ranking title at the Welsh Open, defeating Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–8 in the final. Ranked 81st in the world before the event, and rated a 750–1 outsider by bookmakers, he became the lowest-ranked player to win a ranking event since 1993.
After winning the Northern Ireland Amateur Championship in 2008 and 2009, Brown received a tour card for the 2009–10 snooker season but lasted only one season on the tour. As an occasional wild card entrant to ranking events, he enjoyed some notable victories, such as defeating John Higgins 4–3 in the 2012 Scottish Open. In 2016, he competed in the inaugural Northern Ireland Open, where he defeated world number 26 Ben Woollaston 4–2 in the first round before losing to Kyren Wilson in the second round by the same scoreline.
In May 2018, he entered Q School in a bid to rejoin the professional tour. Although he lost to Jak Jones in the final round of the first event, he secured his place at the second event after beating Andy Hicks and Jamie Cope.
In the 2020 World Snooker Championship qualifiers, he defeated Rory McLeod, Hossein Vafaei and Ryan Day to reach the Crucible for the first time. His debut ended with a 6–10 first-round loss to Mark Selby.
In January 2021, he reached the quarterfinals of the German Masters but lost 1–5 to Barry Hawkins. At the Welsh Open in February 2021, he defeated Selby 5–4 in the quarterfinals, Stephen Maguire 6–1 in the semifinals, and Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–8 in the final to capture his maiden ranking title. The winner's prize for the event was £70,000. Ranked 81st in the world before the tournament, Brown became the lowest-ranked player to win a ranking event since world number 93 Dave Harold won the Asian Open in 1993. He also became the fourth Northern Irish player to claim a ranking title, after Alex Higgins, Dennis Taylor and Mark Allen.