1966–67 Honduran Liga Nacional

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Liga Nacional
Season 1966–67
Champions Olimpia
(1st title)
Relegated Troya
CONCACAF Champions' Cup Olimpia
Top goalscorer Caballero (12)

The 1966–67 Honduran Liga Nacional season saw C.D. Olimpia lift its first domestic league title, they were declared champions on 30 October 1966 after beating C.D. Motagua 2–1 at Tegucigalpa. It was the 2nd season since 1965.[1]

1966–67 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Olimpia 18 14 1 3 35 19 +16 29 Qualified to the 1967 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
2 Marathón 18 9 5 4 42 27 +15 23
3 Vida 18 6 7 5 31 26 +5 19
4 España 18 7 5 6 25 21 +4 19
5 San Pedro 18 5 8 5 31 32 −1 18
6 Honduras 18 7 4 7 25 30 −5 18
7 Atlético Español 18 6 4 8 25 31 −6 16
8 Platense 18 6 4 8 25 31 −6 16
9 Motagua 18 5 3 10 24 31 −7 13
10 Troya 18 3 4 11 14 30 −16 10 Relegated to the Second division
Liga Nacional
1966–67 Champion
C.D. Olimpia
1st title
  • Olimpia champions as regular season winner
  • Marathón runner-up as second place in regular season
  • Troya relegated as finishing last in regular season

Top scorer[edit]

Squads[edit]

Atlético Español
Honduras Humberto "Bululo" Amador Honduras Salvador Irías
España
Honduras Mariano Aguiluz Honduras Carlos Alberto Acosta "El Indio" Lara Honduras Vidal Canales
Honduras José Roberto Colón Honduras Dolores Edmundo "Lolo" Cruz Honduras Héctor Gómez
Honduras Carlos Francisco "Chico Chico" Handal Honduras René "Pelón" Orellana Honduras Armindo "Pitorra" Palacios
Honduras Augusto Palacios Honduras Raúl "Ratabú" Peri Argentina Pedro Roberto Rivas
Honduras Mario Ramón Sandoval
Honduras
Honduras Pedro Deras Honduras Domingo "Mingo" Ramos Honduras Jacobo Sarmiento
Honduras Óscar Trejo
Marathón
Honduras Martín "Piruleta" Rodríguez Honduras Mauro "Nayo" Caballero Honduras José Shubert
Honduras Emilio Ramos Banks Honduras Julio Cesar "Bajito" Iglesias Honduras Franklin Meza
Honduras René "Papi" Cruz Honduras Mario Felipe "Cofra" Caballero Álvarez Honduras Julio César "Cucaracha" Fonseca
Honduras Gil "Fátima" Valerio Honduras Edgardo Armando Doblado Honduras Germán "Torito" Chávez
Honduras Arnold "Tigre" Cabús Honduras Ramón "Moncho" Cano
Motagua
Honduras Ricardo "Catín" Cárdenas Honduras José Castillo Honduras Amado Castillo
Honduras Marcos Banegas Honduras "Chiquín" Hernández Honduras Elio Banegas
Honduras Marcio Ramos Honduras José Mario “Profesor” García Honduras Alfonso "Foncho" Navarro
Honduras Luis Alonso Metzquin Honduras Nelson Benavídez Honduras Jesús Castillo
Honduras Antonio Jérez Honduras Fermín "Min" Navarro Honduras Roberto Jérez
Honduras Jacobo Godoy Honduras Marco Tulio Callizo Honduras Jorge "Coqui" Berríos
Honduras José Miralda Honduras Lenard Wells
Olimpia
Honduras Ronald Arnox "Nox" Chessman Honduras Ricardo Taylor Honduras Augusto "Royal" Alvarez
Honduras Conrado "Chorotega" Flores Honduras Rigoberto "Shula" Gómez Honduras Angel Ramón Rodríguez
Honduras Federico "Lico" Budde Honduras Domingo "Toncontín" Ferrera Honduras Raúl Suazo Lagos
Honduras Roberto Crisanto "Manga" Norales Honduras "Plitis" Bonilla Honduras Miguel Angel "Shinola" Matamoros
Honduras Marco Antonio "Tonín" Mendoza Honduras Rafael Dick Honduras Donaldo "Coyoles" Rosales
Honduras René "Reno" Rodríguez Honduras David McCalla Honduras Hermes "Mito" Bertrand Anduray
Honduras Carlos "Calistrín" Suazo Lagos Honduras Juan Isidro "Juanín" Lanza Honduras Reynaldo Centeno
Honduras Marco Antonio "Tigrillo" Rosales Honduras Juan Manuel “Chino” Aguilar
Platense
Honduras Alexander "Nina" Guillén Honduras Víctor León Yalú Honduras Tomás Máximo
Honduras Modesto Armando "Sargento" Urbina Honduras José Duarte Honduras Ricardo "Cañón" Fúnez
Honduras Pablo "Chita" Arzú Honduras Héctor "Chino" Hernández Honduras Carlos Duarte
Honduras Félix "Mantequilla" Guerra Honduras Francisco "Pancho" Brocato Honduras Eduardo "Basuka" Flashing
Honduras Carlos "Care" Alvarado Honduras Jimmy Steward
San Pedro
Honduras Víctor Henderson Honduras Héctor Castro Honduras Astor Perdomo
Honduras Leonardo "Guembo" Vásquez Honduras Román Hernández Honduras Carlos "Calín" Cobos
Honduras Víctor Castro Honduras Luis Alonso Metzgen Honduras Ricardo Montalván
Honduras Mario "Bulla" Tróchez Honduras Israel "Gato" Juárez Honduras Santiago Rodríguez
Honduras Salvador Azcúnaga Honduras Getulio Millares Honduras Miguel "Pelo" Pavón
Honduras Adalberto "Chino" Menjívar Honduras Enrique "Quique" Grey Fúnez
Troya
Guatemala Emilio Calderini
Vida
Honduras Tomás "Tommy" Marshall Honduras Israel "Gato" Juárez Honduras Morris Garden
Honduras Alberto "Campeón" Amaya Honduras Arturo Edilson "Junia" Garden Honduras Jesús "Pun" Fuentes
Honduras Joe Hendicks Honduras Cristóbal "Craka" Brooks Honduras Jesús "Shuna" Blanco
Honduras Antonio "Danto" Urbina Honduras Óscar Banegas Honduras José María "Chema" Salinas

Trivia[edit]

  • La Salle changed its name to San Pedro

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]


Atlético Español 1 – 1 Motagua
Irías Goal

Unknown rounds[edit]

29 May 1966
Olimpia 5 – 4 Motagua
Rosales Goal Goal
Rodríguez Goal
Ferrera Goal
Suazo Goal
Castillo Goal Goal
Banegas Goal Goal
Tegucigalpa
7 June 1966
Olimpia 3 – 1 Marathón
Caballero Goal
Tegucigalpa
12 June 1966
Olimpia 2 – 0 Troya
Tegucigalpa
26 June 1966
Olimpia 3 – 3 Atlético Español
Tegucigalpa
10 July 1966
Marathón 3 – 1 Platense
San Pedro Sula
10 July 1966
Olimpia 1 – 1 España
Tegucigalpa
17 July 1966
Olimpia 0 – 2 San Pedro
Tegucigalpa
31 July 1966
Vida 0 – 1 Olimpia
La Ceiba
7 August 1966
Olimpia 3 – 1 Marathón
Tegucigalpa
14 August 1966
Platense 2 – 1 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula
28 August 1966
Vida 2 – 1 Platense
Fuentes Goal
Gardens Goal
Díaz Goal

28 August 1966
Marathón 5 – 2 Atlético Español

28 August 1966
Olimpia 3 – 1 Honduras
Tegucigalpa
4 September 1966
San Pedro 1 – 2 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula
4 September 1966
Marathón 5 – 1 Honduras
San Pedro Sula
15 September 1966
Honduras 0 – 2 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula
25 September 1966
Olimpia 2 – 1 Vida
Tegucigalpa
2 October 1966
España 0 – 1 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula
12 October 1966
Marathón 0 – 1 Olimpia
Suazo Goal
San Pedro Sula
21 October 1966
Olimpia 1 – 0 Platense
Tegucigalpa
23 October 1966
Olimpia 2 – 1 Troya
Tegucigalpa
30 October 1966
Motagua 1 – 2 Olimpia
Castillo Goal 28' Álvarez Goal 51'
Flores Goal 60'
Tegucigalpa
2 November 1966
Olimpia 3 – 1 Atlético Español

2 November 1966
Marathón San Pedro


España 2 – 0 Motagua
San Pedro Sula

Platense 1 – 2 Vida
Puerto Cortés

Platense 2 – 1 Vida
Puerto Cortés

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