1968–69 Honduran Liga Nacional

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LINA
Season 1968-69
Champions Motagua
(1st title)
Relegated Atlético Español
CONCACAF Champions Cup Motagua
Top goalscorer Roberto Abrussezze (16)

In 1968-69, Motagua won its first title in Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras after finishing in first position in the regular season, the tournament had 27 rounds without playoffs.

1968–69 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Motagua 27 17 5 5 45 23 +22 39 Qualified to the 1969 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
2 Olimpia 27 14 8 5 45 20 +25 36
3 Platense 27 15 6 6 40 21 +19 36
4 Atlético Indio 27 12 10 5 34 24 +10 34
5 España 27 9 7 11 37 30 +7 25
6 Marathón 27 9 7 11 40 41 −1 25
7 Victoria 27 8 5 14 33 44 −11 21
8 Vida 27 6 9 12 31 47 −16 21
9 Honduras 27 5 8 14 20 53 −33 18
10 Atlético Español 27 3 9 15 19 41 −22 15 Relegated to the Second division
Liga Nacional
1968–69 Champion
C.D. Motagua
1st title
  • Motagua champions as regular season winner.
  • Olimpia runner-up as finishing second.
  • Atlético Español relegated to second division.

Top scorer[edit]

  • Brazil Roberto Abrussezze (Motagua) with 16 goals

Squads[edit]

Atlético Español
Honduras Fernando "Azulejo" Bulnes Honduras Egdomilio "Milo" Díaz Honduras Héctor Salvador "Chava" Reyes
Atlético Indio
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Indio" Urquía Elvir Honduras Ramón Antonio "Pilín" Brand Honduras Jorge Alberto "Cejas" Brand Guevara
Real España
Costa Rica Carlos Luis "Macho" Arrieta Honduras Carlos Alberto Acosta "El Indio" Lara Honduras Carlos Francisco "Chico Chico" Handal
Honduras Dolores Edmundo "Lolo" Cruz Honduras Vidal Canales Honduras Arturo Edilson "Junia" Garden
Honduras Domingo "Mingo" Ramos Honduras Jacobo Sarmiento Honduras Jaime Villegas
Honduras Roberto "Campeón" Hidalgo Honduras René "Pelón" Orellana Honduras Rigoberto "Aserradero" Velásquez
Honduras
Honduras Alfredo Hawit Banegas Honduras Jorge Alberto Suazo Marín Honduras Óscar Bustamante
Honduras Allan Ricardo Young Honduras Marcos Peña Honduras Pedro Deras
Brazil Espedito Serafín Honduras José López Paz
Marathón
Honduras Martín "Piruleta" Rodríguez Honduras "Burro" Deras Honduras René Rodríguez
Honduras Alexander "Nina" Guillén Honduras Shuberty "Nel" Castillo Honduras Enrique "Quique" Grey Fúnez
Honduras Ramón Cano Honduras Gil "Fátima" Valerio Honduras Mario Felipe "Cofra" Caballero Álvarez
Brazil Flavio Ortega Brazil Clarival Oliveira Honduras José Shubert
Motagua
Nicaragua Salvador Dubois Leiva Honduras Lenard Wells Honduras Marcos Banegas
Honduras Roberto Jérez Brazil Roberto Abrussezze Brazil Geraldo Baptista
Honduras Pedro Colón Honduras Fermín "Min" Navarro Honduras Óscar Rolando "Martillo" Hernández
Honduras Ricardo “Catín” Cárdenas Brazil Ado Baptista Honduras Nelson Benavídez
Honduras Julio Meza Honduras Alfonso “Foncho” Navarro Brazil Yoponón de Souza
Honduras José Castillo Honduras Rubén Guifarro Honduras Mario Blandón "Tanque" Artica
Honduras Mariano Godoy Honduras Marco Tulio González Honduras Juan Ramos
Honduras Carlos Díaz Brazil Pedro Caetano da Silva
Olimpia
Honduras Juan José "Chino" Aguilar Honduras Juan Andino Honduras Domingo "Toncontín" Ferrera
Honduras José Estanislao "Tanayo" Ortega Honduras René Reyes "Reno" Rodríguez Honduras Juan Ramón Lagos
Honduras Raúl Suazo Lagos Honduras Conrado "Chorotega" Flores Honduras Rigoberto "Shula" Gómez Murillo
Honduras Donaldo "Coyoles" Rosales Honduras Selvin Cárcamo Honduras Miguel Angel "Shinola" Matamoros
Honduras Carlos "Calistrín" Suazo Lagos Honduras Marco Antonio "Tonín" Mendoza Honduras Jorge Alberto "Indio" Urquía Elvir
Platense
Honduras Carlos "Care" Alvarado Colombia Reynaldo Castro Gil Honduras Eduardo "Basuka" Flashing
Chile Alfonso Zamora Honduras Tomás Máximo Honduras Ricardo "Cañón" Fúnez
Honduras Jimmy Steward Honduras Modesto Armando "Sargento" Urbina Honduras Norman Castro
Colombia Óscar Marino Piedrahita Honduras Martín Castillo Honduras Pablo "Chita" Arzú
Victoria
Honduras Terencio Escobar Honduras José Eduardo Castillo Honduras Reynaldo Mejía Ortega
Honduras Anael "Lito" Martínez Honduras Luis Alonso Metzquin Honduras Reynaldo Zúniga
Honduras Antonio Muñoz Honduras Carlos Vilorio Honduras Salvador Hernández
Honduras Edgardo Bustillo Honduras César "Cesarín" Aguirre Honduras Salvador Ramírez
Honduras Roberto Martínez Honduras Óscar García Honduras Antonio Zapata
Honduras Luis Bueso Honduras Sergio Jiménez Honduras René "Maravilla" Suazo
Honduras Gerardo García Honduras José Francisco "Jotín" Lanza Honduras Gilberto Martínez
Honduras Adolfo "Fito" López Honduras Óscar Muñoz Honduras Rigoberto Martínez
Honduras Alejandro Palacios Honduras Héctor Mejía Honduras Manuel Bubuch
Honduras Sergio "Tito" Martínez Honduras Virgilio Rodríguez Honduras Ciriaco Gutiérrez
Honduras José Inés Izaguirre Honduras Armando Motiño Honduras Pablo Villegas
Honduras Jesús Urbina Honduras Armando Reyes Honduras Carlos Brown
Honduras Jorge "Chino" Suazo Honduras René Bernárdez
Vida
Honduras Carlos Humberto Alvarado Osorto Honduras Gustavo Adolfo "Gorsha" Collins Honduras Óscar Banegas
Honduras Mario Murillo Honduras Arnaldo "Chuluyo" Zelaya Honduras "Yoyu" Puerto
Honduras Alberto "Campeón" Amaya Honduras "Rebelde" Rodríguez Honduras Cristóbal "Craka" Brooks
Honduras Jesús "Pun" Fuentes Honduras Gustavo Antonio "Danto" Urbina Honduras Morris Garden
Honduras José María "Chema" Salinas

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

7 April 1968
Victoria 3–2 Honduras
Lanza Goal
Vilorio Goal
Ramírez Goal
Hawit Goal
Deras Goal
La Ceiba
7 April 1968
Marathón 4–2 Atlético Español
San Pedro Sula
7 April 1968
Olimpia 3–1 Vida
Tegucigalpa

Motagua 1–0 Platense
Abrussezze Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 2[edit]

14 April 1968
Olimpia 7–0 Honduras
Tegucigalpa

Round 3[edit]

21 April 1968
Marathón 3–2 España
San Pedro Sula

Round 7[edit]

16 June 1968
Victoria 1–2 Olimpia
Lanza Goal Rosales Goal
Flores Goal
La Ceiba
16 June 1968
Motagua 1–1 Real España
Tegucigalpa

Round 16[edit]

8 September 1968
Vida 0–5 Marathón
Ortega Goal Goal
Caballero Goal Goal
Oliveira Goal
La Ceiba
8 September 1968
Platense 6–0 Honduras
Gil Goal Goal Goal
Alvarado Goal
Piedrahíta Goal
Díaz Goal
San Pedro Sula
8 September 1968
Motagua 2–0 Olimpia
Hernández Goal
Abrussezze Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 17[edit]


Olimpia 2–1 Honduras

Unknown rounds[edit]

18 April 1968
España 3–1 Victoria
Lara Goal Goal
Hidalgo Goal
San Pedro Sula
12 May 1968
Atlético Español 3–2 Victoria
Tegucigalpa
15 May 1968
Victoria 4–1 Vida
La Ceiba
23 May 1968
Motagua 1–0 Olimpia
Cárcamo Goal ?' (o.g.)
Tegucigalpa
30 June 1968
Real España 3–1 Victoria
Garden Goal Goal
Cruz Goal
Mejía Goal
San Pedro Sula
11 August 1968
Victoria 2–3 Platense
La Ceiba
11 August 1968
Marathón 2–2 Motagua
San Pedro Sula
18 August 1968
Victoria 0–3 Motagua
La Ceiba
1 September 1968
Marathón 2–1 Olimpia
Lagos Goal Goal Ferrera Goal

10 November 1968
España Platense

14 January 1969
Honduras 0–3 Atlético Indio
El Progreso
26 January 1969
Marathón 0–4 Olimpia
Lagos Goal
San Pedro Sula
23 February 1969
Vida 2–2 Victoria
Alvarado Goal
Zelaya Goal
Martínez Goal
Mejía Goal
La Ceiba
9 March 1969
Vida 0–4 Platense
Piedrahita Goal
Zamora Goal
Brocato Goal
Castro Goal
La Ceiba
9 March 1969
Motagua 1–1 Olimpia
Abrussezze Goal Gómez Goal
Tegucigalpa
16 March 1969
Atlético Español 2–1 Marathón
Tegucigalpa
14 July 1968
Olimpia 4–0 Victoria
Rodríguez Goal
Rosales Goal
Gómez Goal Goal
Tegucigalpa

Victoria 0–3 España
La Ceiba

Victoria 1–0 España
La Ceiba

Motagua 3–2 Victoria
Tegucigalpa

Motagua 0–1 Victoria
Tegucigalpa

Platense 0–4 Motagua
Puerto Cortés