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He held a degree in law.
Matías Daniel Lammens Núñez was born on 5 April 1980 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was educated at the prestigious Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires, graduating in 1998. He studied law at the University of Buenos Aires and later studied political economy at the Torcuato di Tella University.
His business career started when he set up a kiosk in 2003; he later founded Ñuque Mapu SRL, a Buenos Aires-based company dedicated to the sale and distribution of alcoholic beverages, chiefly wine.
A lifelong supporter of the club, Lammens's involvement in the board of directors of Club Atlético San Lorenzo began in early 2012 through his close relationship with club associate and TV presenter Marcelo Tinelli, whom he met in a family reunion. Alongside Tinelli he formed the San Lorenzo Siglo XXI association, and upon the resignation of Carlos Abdo from the club's presidency in August 2012, he was appointed interim chairman, becoming the youngest person to hold the post at 32. He later ran for the chairmanship with Tinelli in the ticket as vice chairman, and won with over 80% of the popular vote.
Later, in 2014, San Lorenzo won the Copa Libertadores for the first time in the club's history. Lammens is also credited with lobbying the Buenos Aires City Legislature into ceding a space in the Boedo neighbourhood (historic home of San Lorenzo) to build the club's new home stadium. In October 2014 Lammens rejected an offer by the Azerbaijani government to sponsor the club, citing Azerbaijan's poor human rights record and the occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh; the move drew praise from Argentina's sizeable Armenian community.
In June 2019, Lammens stated his intention of running for Chief of Government (mayor) of Buenos Aires in that year's election as part of a broad front in opposition to the Republican Proposal-led government, composed of progressive and centre-left parties and leaders, saying that "Kirchnerism is not enough in the City". He confirmed his pre-candidacy (ahead of the simultaneous and mandatory open primaries) on 19 June 2019, as part of the Frente de Todos, the peronist coalition that endorsed the presidential candidacy of Alberto Fernández.
At the election on 27 October 2019, Lammens received a 687.026 votes – or 35% –, losing in the first round against Rodríguez Larreta's 55.9%. Despite the wide loss margin, Lammens's share of the votes represents the best electoral result for an opposition party in Buenos Aires City since Mauricio Macri's victory in 2007.
On 10 December 2019, Lammens was appointed by incoming president Alberto Fernández as minister of the newly restored Ministry of Tourism and Sports, succeeding Gustavo Santos and Diógenes de Urquiza, respectively the secretaries of Tourism and of Sports in Mauricio Macri's cabinet. Sports-wise, Lammens stated his intention of focusing on neighbourhood clubs.
Matías was born and raised in Argentina.
Currently, Matías Lammens is 42 years, 2 months and 23 days old. Matías Lammens will celebrate 43rd birthday on a Wednesday 5th of April 2023. Below we countdown to Matías Lammens upcoming birthday.