1969–70 Honduran Liga Nacional

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Liga Nacional
Season 1969–70
Champions Olimpia
(3rd title)
Relegated Progreso
CONCACAF Champions Cup Olimpia
Top goalscorer Flavio Ortega (18)

In 1969–70, Olimpia won its third title in Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras unbeaten after finishing in first position in the regular season, the tournament had 27 rounds without playoffs.[1]

1969–70 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Olimpia 27 16 11 0 38 16 +22 43 Qualified to the 1970 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
2 Motagua 27 13 9 5 38 26 +12 35
3 Marathón 27 15 4 8 57 40 +17 34
4 Vida 27 12 4 11 41 36 +5 28
5 España 27 10 8 9 29 27 +2 28
6 Platense 27 6 11 10 34 38 −4 23
7 Atlético Indio 27 8 7 12 30 38 −8 23
8 Victoria 27 7 6 14 34 51 −17 20
9 Lempira 27 7 5 15 33 45 −12 19
10 Progreso 27 5 7 15 28 45 −17 17 Relegated to the Second division
  • Olimpia champions as regular season winner
  • Motagua runner-up
  • Progreso relegated to second division

Top scorer[edit]

Squads[edit]

Atlético Indio
Honduras Ramón Antonio "Pilín" Brand
Real España
Honduras Carlos Alberto Acosta "El Indio" Lara Costa Rica Carlos Luis "Macho" Arrieta Honduras Dolores Edmundo "Lolo" Cruz
Honduras Roberto "Campeón" Hidalgo Honduras Mario "Pelola" López Honduras César Augusto Dávila Puerto
Honduras Domingo "Mingo" Ramos Honduras Jacobo Sarmiento Honduras Rigoberto "Aserradero" Velásquez
Honduras Jaime Villegas
Lempira
Honduras Dagoberto Cubero Honduras Adolfo "Fito" López Honduras Francisco "Pantera" Velásquez
Honduras Amílcar "Mica" López
Marathón
Honduras Mario Felipe "Cofra" Caballero Álvarez Honduras Mauro "Nayo" Caballero Honduras Arnulfo Echeverría
Brazil José Ferreira dos Santos Honduras Alexander "Nina" Guillén Honduras Dennis "Plitis" Lagos
Brazil Flavio Ortega Honduras Martín "Piruleta" Rodríguez Honduras Gil "Fátima" Valerio
Motagua
Brazil Roberto Abrussezze Honduras Elio Banegas Honduras Marcos Banegas
Brazil Geraldo Batista Honduras Nelson Benavídez Honduras Mario Blandón "Tanque" Artica
Honduras Federico Budde Honduras Marco Antonio Calderón Honduras Ricardo "Catín" Cárdenas
Honduras Jesús Castillo Honduras Juan Manuel Coello Honduras Pedro Colón
Honduras José Luis Cruz Figueroa Honduras Egdomilio "Milo" Díaz Nicaragua Salvador Dubois Leiva
Honduras Mariano Godoy Honduras Rubén "Chamaco" Guifarro Honduras Alfonso "Garrinchita" Gutiérrez
Honduras Óscar Rolando "Martillo" Hernández Honduras Roberto Jérez Honduras Tomás Máximo
Honduras Julio Meza Honduras Fermín "Min" Navarro Brazil Giuliano Neto
Honduras Edgardo Orellana Brazil Linauro di Paula Honduras Carlos Andrés Sanabria
Honduras Alberto "Furia" Solís Honduras Alfonso Uclés Honduras Lenard Wells
Olimpia
Honduras Amílcar "Verde" Aceituno Honduras Arnulfo "Nuco" Aguilar Honduras Juan Manuel "Chino" Aguilar
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Cejas" Brand Guevara Honduras Fernando "Azulejo" Bulnes Honduras Selvin Cárcamo
Honduras Rafael Dick Honduras Domingo "Toncontín" Ferrera Honduras Conrado "Chorotega" Flores
Honduras Rigoberto "Shula" Gómez Murillo Honduras Alexander "Nina" Guillén Honduras Juan Ramón Lagos
Honduras Juan Isidro "Juanín" Lanza Honduras Miguel Angel "Shinola" Matamoros Honduras Ramón "Mon" Medina
Honduras Marco Antonio "Tonín" Mendoza Honduras Roberto Crisanto "Manga" Norales Honduras José Estanislao "Tanayo" Ortega
Honduras Ángel Ramón "Mon" Paz Honduras René Reyes "Reno" Rodríguez Honduras Donaldo "Coyoles" Rosales
Honduras Samuel Santini Honduras Carlos "Calistrín" Suazo Lagos Honduras Raúl Suazo Lagos
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Indio" Urquía Elvir
Platense
Honduras Carlos "Care" Alvarado Honduras Pablo "Chita" Arzú Honduras Martín Castillo
Honduras Norman Castro Colombia Reynaldo Castro Gil Honduras Eduardo "Basuka" Flashing
Honduras Ricardo "Cañón" Fúnez Colombia Oscar Marino Piedrahíta Honduras Tomás Máximo
Honduras Jimmy Steward Honduras Modesto Armando "Sargento" Urbina Chile Alfonso Zamora
Progreso Honduras
Honduras Gilberto "Chorro" Acosta Honduras Norman Castro Honduras Jorge "Burro" Deras
Honduras Alfredo Doblado Honduras Alfredo Hawit Banegas Honduras José López Paz
Honduras David McCalla Honduras Ramón Oviedo Honduras Marcos Peña
Honduras Jorge Alberto Suazo Marín Honduras Gil "Fátima" Valerio Honduras Allan Ricardo Young
Victoria
Honduras César "Cesarín" Aguirre Honduras René Bernárdez Honduras Carlos Brown
Honduras Manuel Bubuch Honduras Luis Bueso Honduras Edgardo Bustillo
Honduras José Eduardo Castillo Honduras Terencio Escobar Honduras Gerardo García
Honduras Óscar García Honduras Ciriaco Gutiérrez Honduras Salvador Hernández
Honduras José Inés Izaguirre Honduras Sergio Jiménez Honduras José Francisco "Jotín" Lanza
Honduras Adolfo "Fito" López Honduras Anael "Lito" Martínez Honduras Gilberto Martínez
Honduras Rigoberto Martínez Honduras Roberto Martínez Honduras Sergio "Tito" Martínez
Honduras Héctor Mejía Honduras Reynaldo Mejía Ortega Honduras Luis Alonso Metzquin
Honduras Armando Motiño Honduras Antonio Muñoz Honduras Óscar Muñoz
Honduras Alejandro Palacios Honduras Salvador Ramírez Honduras Armando Reyes
Honduras Virgilio Rodríguez Honduras Jorge "Chino" Suazo Honduras René "Maravilla" Suazo
Honduras Jesús Urbina Honduras Pablo Villegas Honduras Carlos Vilorio
Honduras Antonio Zapata Honduras Reynaldo Zúniga
Vida
Honduras Carlos Humberto Alvarado Osorto Guatemala Emilio Calderini Honduras Manuel Bernárdez Calderón
Honduras Jesús "Pun" Fuentes Honduras Arturo Edilson "Junia" Garden Honduras Morris Garden
Honduras José María "Chema" Salinas Brazil Espedito Serafín

Trivia[edit]

  • Marathón made 57 goals this season, a record that is still intact.
  • Honduras changed its name to Progreso.

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

22 June 1969
Olimpia 3 – 0 Atlético Indio
Aceituno Goal
Paz Goal
Aguilar Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 2[edit]

13 July 1969
Vida 1 – 2 Olimpia
Garden Goal Gómez Goal
Lanza Goal
La Ceiba

Round 3[edit]

17 August 1969
España 0 – 1 Olimpia
Suazo Goal
San Pedro Sula

Round 4[edit]

31 August 1969
Lempira 1 – 1 Olimpia
Cruz Goal Aceituno Goal
San Pedro Sula

Round 5[edit]

14 September 1969
Olimpia 3 – 2 Marathón
Urquía Goal
Paz Goal
Aguilar Goal
Cano Goal
Caballero Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 6[edit]

18 September 1969
Olimpia 0 – 0 Motagua
Tegucigalpa

Round 7[edit]

21 September 1969
Progreso 4 – 0 Victoria
San Pedro Sula
21 September 1969
Olimpia 3 – 3 Platense
Paz Goal
Brand Goal
Urquía Goal
Zamora Goal Goal
Castro Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 8[edit]

28 September 1969
Progreso 0 – 1 Olimpia
Paz Goal
San Pedro Sula

Round 9[edit]

5 October 1969
Vida 2 – 0 Lempira
La Ceiba
5 October 1969
Olimpia 1 – 1 Victoria
Medina Goal Mejía Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 10[edit]

19 October 1969
Victoria 0 – 2 Olimpia
Urquía Goal Goal
La Ceiba
19 October 1969
España 0 – 2 Platense
San Pedro Sula

Round 11[edit]

26 October 1969
Platense 1 – 1 Olimpia
Zamora Goal Rodríguez Goal
San Pedro Sula

Round 12[edit]

9 November 1969
Olimpia 3 – 0 Progreso
Urquía Goal Goal
Rodríguez Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 13[edit]

13 November 1969
Motagua 0 – 1 Olimpia
Brand Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 14[edit]

16 November 1969
Marathón 1 – 2 Olimpia
Ortega Goal Urquía Goal
Rosales Goal
San Pedro Sula

Round 15[edit]

23 November 1969
Olimpia 0 – 0 Vida
Tegucigalpa

Round 16[edit]

11 December 1969
Olimpia 2 – 0 Atlético Indio
Mendoza Goal
Brand Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 17[edit]

14 December 1969
Victoria 3 – 5 Motagua
Aguirre Goal Goal
Palacios Goal
Baptista Goal Goal Goal
Artica Goal
Banegas Goal
La Ceiba
14 December 1969
Olimpia 2 – 1 Lempira
Urquía Goal
Brand Goal
López Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 18[edit]

21 December 1969
Olimpia 1 – 0 España
Urquía Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 19[edit]

18 January 1970
España 1 – 2 Olimpia
Greenech Goal Brand Goal
Urquía Goal
San Pedro Sula

Round 20[edit]

25 January 1970
Olimpia 2 – 1 Marathón
Urquía Goal
Brand Goal
Lagos Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 21[edit]

1 February 1970
Olimpia 0 – 0 Atlético Indio
Tegucigalpa

Round 22[edit]

8 February 1970
Marathón 2 – 0 Motagua
Caballero Goal
Ortega Goal
San Pedro Sula
8 February 1970
Olimpia 1 – 1 Platense
Urquía Goal Castro Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 23[edit]

15 February 1970
Olimpia 1 – 1 Motagua
Brand Goal Artica Goal
Tegucigalpa

Round 24[edit]

22 February 1970
Vida 0 – 1 Olimpia
Urquía Goal
La Ceiba

Round 25[edit]

1 March 1970
Olimpia 0 – 0 Victoria
Tegucigalpa

Round 26[edit]

8 March 1970
Lempira 1 – 2 Olimpia
Urbina Goal Mendoza Goal
Aguilar Goal
San Pedro Sula

Round 27[edit]

15 March 1970
Progreso 0 – 0 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula

Unknown rounds[edit]

29 June 1969
Motagua 1–0 Platense
Hernández Goal
Tegucigalpa
29 March 1970
Lempira 1–2 Progreso
Goal Peña
Goal López


Marathón 4–3 Vida
Ortega Goal Goal


Atlético Indio 2–3 Platense


Marathón 2–4 Motagua
Echeverría Goal
Lagos Goal
Artica Goal
Hernández Goal
Máximo Goal
di Paula Goal
San Pedro Sula

España 2–0 Lempira
Hidalgo Goal
Cruz Goal
San Pedro Sula

Lempira 1–1 España
Peralta Goal Cruz Goal
San Pedro Sula

España 1–0 Lempira
Hidalgo Goal
San Pedro Sula

References[edit]