Currently featuring 2006 FIFA World Cup winner with Italy Mauro Camoranesi, Club Atlético Lanús, usually called Lanús, is a sports club from Lanús, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina.
The club’s soccer team currently campaigns in the top tier of Argentine football — La Primera División. Lanús has won two major championships in its history, the Copa CONMEBOL in 1996 and the 2007 Apertura, and finished the 2011 Clausura season in an impressive 2nd place.
On Monday, Club Atlético Lanús officially launched its 2012 Olympikus home and away kits at the Caesar Park Hotel. Camoranesi, Mariano Pavone, Juan Neira and Agustín Marchesín on hand for the kit launch along with three Argentine soccer babes.
Lanús kicked off its Apertura 2012 season last Friday with a 4-1 trouncing of San Lorenzo at the Estadio Ciudad de Lanús. The team will meet Ronaldinho and Flamengo in the group stage of the 2012 Copa Libertadores on February 15th.
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