Almirante brown

almirante brown

What does Almirante Brown mean?

Club Almirante Brown (mostly known simply as Almirante Brown) is an Argentine sports club headquartered in the San Justo district of La Matanza Partido, in Greater Buenos Aires .

What football team does Almirante Brown play in?

Although other sports are practised at the club, Almirante Brown is mostly known for its football team, which currently plays in the Primera B Nacional, the 2nd division of the Argentine football league system. The football stadium is located in the Isidro Casanova district of the same partido.

What happened to Almirante Brown?

In 1998 Almirante was relegated to Primera B Metropolitana, returning to the second division in July 2007, after defeating Estudiantes de Buenos Aires 1–0 at Racing Club stadium in Avellaneda. During the match, Almirante Brown supporters throw a bomb to the field, that caused player Cáceres and Cubito lost consciousness.

Where was Almirante Brown built?

Almirante Brown was built by Odero in Genoa ( Italy ), laid down 27 November 1927, launched on 11 August 1929, and completed 11 July 1931. Her total displacement was 6,800 tons.

What does Almirante Brown mean?

Club Almirante Brown (mostly known simply as Almirante Brown) is an Argentine sports club headquartered in the San Justo district of La Matanza Partido, in Greater Buenos Aires .

What happened to Almirante Brown Athletic Club?

On 21 March 1915 the club changed its name to Almirante Brown Athletic Club and one year later it affiliated to Amateur Football Association where the team took part of Tercera de Ascenso, the last division of Argentine football league system. It only lasted one season so the club would be inactive since 1919.

Where was Almirante Brown built?

Almirante Brown was built by Odero in Genoa ( Italy ), laid down 27 November 1927, launched on 11 August 1929, and completed 11 July 1931. Her total displacement was 6,800 tons.

What was the top speed of the Almirante Brown?

ARA Almirante Brown was a central battery ironclad of the Argentine Navy built in the 1880s by Samuda Brothers in London. Almirante Brown displaced 4,200 long tons (4,300 t) and had a top speed of 14 knots (26 km/h; 16 mph).

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