1967–68 Honduran Liga Nacional

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Season 1967-68
Champions Olimpia
(2nd title)
Relegated San Pedro
CONCACAF Champions Cup Olimpia
Top goalscorer Junia Garden (13)

In 1967-68, Olimpia won its second title in Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras after finishing in first position in the regular season, the tournament had 18 rounds without playoffs.

1967–68 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Olimpia 18 10 7 1 29 11 +18 27 Qualified to the 1968 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
2 Marathón 18 9 4 5 21 22 −1 22
3 Honduras 18 8 4 6 31 23 +8 20
4 Vida 18 8 3 7 31 28 +3 19
5 Platense 18 6 7 5 21 20 +1 19
6 Motagua 18 6 5 7 22 21 +1 17
7 España 18 5 6 7 32 32 0 16
8 Atlético Indio 18 5 6 7 21 28 −7 16
9 Atlético Español 18 3 6 9 22 30 −8 12 To Relegation playoff
10 San Pedro 18 3 6 9 22 37 −15 12
  • Olimpia champions as regular season winner.
  • There was an extra game between Atlético Español and San Pedro to decide the relegation won by Atlético 3–2.

Top scorer[edit]

  • Honduras Junia Garden (Vida) with 13 goals

Squads[edit]

Atlético Español
Honduras Egdomilio "Milo" Díaz Honduras Héctor Salvador "Chava" Reyes
Atlético Indio
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Indio" Urquía Elvir Argentina Gustavo Venegas Honduras Jorge Alberto "Cejas" Brand Guevara
España
Honduras Mariano Aguiluz Honduras Carlos Alberto Acosta "El Indio" Lara Honduras Vidal Canales
Argentina Miguel Rojas Honduras Dolores Edmundo "Lolo" Cruz Honduras René "Pelón" Orellana
Argentina Pedro Roberto Rivas Honduras Carlos Francisco "Chico Chico" Handal Honduras Raúl "Ratabú" Peri
Honduras Isidro Ávila Colón
Honduras
Honduras Pedro Deras Honduras David McCalla Honduras Jacobo Sarmiento
Colombia Reynaldo Castro Gil Colombia Óscar Marino Piedrahíta Honduras Jorge Alberto Suazo Marín
Honduras Marcos Peña Honduras Óscar Bustamante Honduras Domingo "Mingo" Ramos
Marathón
Honduras Alexander "Nina" Guillén Honduras Martín "Piruleta" Rodríguez Honduras Julio César "Cucaracha" Fonseca
Honduras Gil "Fátima" Valerio Honduras Mario Felipe "Cofra" Caballero Álvarez Honduras José Shubert
Motagua
Brazil Roberto Abrussezze Honduras Elio Banegas Honduras Marcos Banegas
Honduras Nelson Benavídez Honduras Roberto Benegas Brazil Geraldo Baptista
Honduras Jorge "Coqui" Berríos Honduras Carbajal Honduras Amado Castillo
Honduras Jesús Castillo Honduras Pedro Colón Nicaragua Salvador Dubois Leiva
Honduras Francisco "Panchón" Guerra Honduras Rubén Guifarro Honduras Nelson Jeréz
Honduras Roberto Jeréz Honduras Julio Meza Honduras Alfonso “Foncho” Navarro
Honduras Fermín "Min" Navarro Honduras Óscar Nolasco Honduras Marcio Ramos
Honduras Lenard Wells
Olimpia
Honduras "Coco" Zaldivar Honduras Donaldo "Coyoles" Rosales Honduras Roberto Crisanto "Manga" Norales
Honduras Raúl Suazo Lagos Honduras René "Reno" Rodríguez Honduras "Pipe" Barahona
Honduras Will García Honduras "Leque" Meza Honduras Miguel Angel "Shinola" Matamoros
Honduras Conrado "Chorotega" Flores Honduras Selvin Cárcamo Honduras Jorge Alberto "Indio" Urquía Elvir
Honduras José Estanislao "Tanayo" Ortega Honduras Domingo "Toncontín" Ferrera Honduras Rigoberto "Shula" Gómez
Costa Rica Walter Pearson Honduras Carlos "Calistrín" Suazo Lagos Honduras "Candado" Williams
Honduras "Lunarejo" Ramírez Honduras Juan Isidro "Juanín" Lanza Honduras Juan Ventura "Gata" López
Honduras Ángel "Mon" Paz Honduras Reynaldo Mejía Honduras Rafael Sauceda
Honduras Marco Antonio "Tonín" Mendoza
Platense
Honduras Jimmy Steward Honduras Modesto Armando "Sargento" Urbina Honduras Martín Castillo
Honduras Carlos "Care" Alvarado Honduras Eduardo "Basuka" Flashing Honduras Tomás Máximo
Honduras Ricardo "Cañón" Fúnez Honduras Pablo "Chita" Arzú
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
Vida
Honduras Arturo Edilson "Junia" Garden Honduras Selvin Cárcamo Honduras Jesús "Pun" Fuentes
Honduras José María "Chema" Salinas Honduras Morris Garden Honduras Alberto "Campeón" Amaya
Honduras Cristóbal "Craka" Brooks

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

1967-04-30
San Pedro 6 – 2 Honduras
Ramos Goal Goal
Avila Goal Goal
M’calla Goal
Deras Goal
Juárez Goal
Hernández Goal
San Pedro Sula

Round 16[edit]


Olimpia 3 - 1 Vida
Tegucigalpa

Atlético Indio 2 - 1 Marathón

Round 18[edit]

1967-12-10
Olimpia 6 - 0 San Pedro
Rosales Goal
Suazo Goal
Rodríguez Goal
Ferrera Goal
Gómez Goal
Aguilar Goal
Tegucigalpa

Relegation playoff[edit]


Atlético Español 3 - 2 San Pedro
San Pedro Sula

Unknown rounds[edit]

7 May 1967
Atlético Indio 3 – 2 Atlético Español
Tegucigalpa
28 May 1967
Olimpia 1 – 1 Marathón
Rodríguez Goal Fonseca Goal
Tegucigalpa
25 June 1967
Vida 5 – 1 Marathón
La Ceiba
9 July 1967
Motagua 4 – 1 Marathón
Tegucigalpa
16 July 1967
Motagua 1 – 0 Olimpia
Tegucigalpa
17 September 1967
Honduras 2 – 3 Atlético Indio
Peña Goal
San Pedro Sula

Marathón 1 – 2 Motagua
Caballero Goal Abruzzesse Goal Goal
San Pedro Sula

Olimpia 3 – 1 Vida