Defender Carlos Carr Brown (25.2.1882-12.8.1926) was a member of the famous Brown family, one of the football pioneers in Argentina. He studied and played football in Great Britain. He had four brothers who also played for Argentina. Jorge Gibson Brown (3.4.1880-31.1.1936) started out as centre forward before he became very popular as a defender. Left wing half-back Ernesto A. Brown (7.1.1885-12.7.1935) played for Alumni AC (Buenos Aires), like all the brothers. The other two brothers, Alfredo C. Brown (1.12.1886-30.8.1958) and Eliseo Brown (*29.10.1888), were forwards. The five Brown brothers, who played 44 full “A” internationals between them, had a cousin named Juan Domingo Brown, who from 1906 on also played for Argentina as defender. As it was, there never were more than three Brown brothers and their cousin playing in Argentina's national team at the same time.