Guillermo Brown de Puerto Madryn

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Guillermo Brown
Brown Madryn logo.svg
Full name Club Social y Atlético Guillermo Brown
Nickname(s) La Banda Capo Del Sur
La Banda del Sur
Founded January 14, 1945
Ground Estadio Raul Conti Puerto Madryn
Chubut, Argentina
Ground Capacity 12,500
Chairman Carlos Eliceche
Manager Luis Murúa
League Primera B Nacional
2015 19th

Club Social y Atlético Guillermo Brown, mostly known as Guillermo Brown or Brown de Puerto Madryn, is an Argentine sports club from Puerto Madryn in Chubut Province. The football team currently plays in the Primera B Nacional.

History[edit]

The club was named in honour of Guillermo Brown who was the Irish-born first admiral of Argentina in the mid 19th Century.

Brown finished at the top of their group in the Torneo Clausura 2006, but failed in the next stage, after being defeated by San Martín de Tucumán in the playoff series (with scores of 0–3 and 2–2).

On May 19, 2012, Brown achieved its greatest professional achievement in football, tying 2–2 at River Plate Stadium against a River Plate with figures such as David Trezeguet, Fernando Cavenaghi and Alejandro Dominguez.

Current squad[edit]

as of April 14, 2016

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 Pablo Bangardino
Argentina GK Emanuel Bilbao
Argentina GK Brian Ureña
Argentina DF Tobias Albarracín
Argentina DF Martín Bonjour
Argentina DF Nicolas Dematei
Argentina DF Juan Manuel Elordi
Argentina DF Franco Flores
Argentina DF Alejandro Manchot
Argentina DF César Medina
Argentina DF Alan Moreno
Argentina DF Exequiel Valdevenítez
Argentina MF Marcos Rilo
Argentina MF Sebastián Aciar
Argentina MF Joaquín Allende
Argentina MF Matías Bolatti
No. Position Player
Argentina MF Axel Faciano
Uruguay MF Guillermo Firpo
Argentina MF Leandro Guzmán
Argentina MF Claudio Mosca
Argentina MF Luciano Nieto
Argentina MF Marcos Pérez
Argentina MF Sergio Sánchez
Argentina MF Gabriel Solís
Argentina MF Leonel Torres
Argentina MF Lisandro Zoquini
Argentina FW Mateo Acosta
Argentina FW Mauro Fernández
Argentina FW Tobías Figueroa
Argentina FW Leonardo Marinucci
Uruguay FW Max Rauhofer

Titles[edit]

Clausura 2007, 2010–11
2002–03
  • Liga del Valle: 12
Regional 1947, Oficial 1954, Preparación 1962, Preparación 1963, Preparación 1967, Oficial 1967,
Apertura 1996, Clausura 1999, Clausura 2000, Apertura 2001, Clausura 2002, Apertura 2005

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