Club Atlético Brown

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Brown (Adrogué)
Escudo Brown de Adrogue.png
Full name Club Atlético Brown
Nickname(s) Tricolor
Founded 3 March 1945; 69 years ago (1945-03-03)
Ground Estadio Lorenzo Arandilla Adrogué,
Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ground Capacity 4,500
Chairman Juan Carlos Vairo
Manager Pablo Vico
League Primera B Nacional
2013-14 (Relegated)
Website Club home page

Club Atlético Brown (usually Brown de Adrogué) is an Argentine football club from the Adrogué neighborhood in Greater Buenos Aires. The team currently plays in Primera B Nacional, the second division of the Argentine football league system.

The club was formed in 1945 as a multidisciplinary sports club. Brown, which has never played in Primera División, reached its highest league position in the 1999/2000 season, finishing in 1st place in Primera B Metropolitana tournament, but could not promote to Primera B Nacional, being defeated in the playoff semi-final.

In June 2013, Brown won the playoff series defeating Almagro at the finals by penalty shoot-out. Therefore the squad promoted to the upper division, Primera B Nacional, for the first time in the history of the club.


Current squad[edit]

As of February 14, 2014.[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Argentina GK Ariel Bogarín
Argentina GK José Burtovoy
Argentina GK Matías Giordano
Argentina DF Joel Barbosa
Argentina DF Matías Cortave
Argentina DF Santiago Echeverría
Argentina DF Guillermo Esteban
Argentina DF Zelmar García
Argentina DF Guillermo Sánchez
Argentina DF Víctor Soto
Argentina DF Jonathan Toledo
Argentina MF Fernando Enrique
Argentina MF Martín Fabro
No. Position Player
Argentina MF Facundo Lemmo
Argentina MF Adrián Maidana
Argentina MF Nahuel Pereyra
Argentina MF Leonel Ríos
Argentina MF Gustavo Ruiz Díaz
Argentina MF Matías Sproat
Argentina MF Oscar Villamayor
Argentina MF Ignacio Yasky
Argentina FW Eric Aparicio
Argentina FW Jeremías Caggiano
Argentina FW Juan Manuel García
Argentina FW Mariano Guerreiro
Argentina FW Pablo Miranda


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