1970–71 Honduran Liga Nacional

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LINA
Season 1970-71
Champions Motagua
(2nd title)
Relegated Victoria
CONCACAF Champions Cup Motagua
Olimpia
Top goalscorer Carlos Alvarado (16)

In 1970-71, Motagua won its second title in Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras after finishing in first position in the regular season along with Olimpia with 37 points, an extra match was played between these two having Motagua approaching the championship; the tournament had 27 rounds without playoffs.

1970–71 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Motagua 27 13 11 3 43 18 +25 37 Qualified to the 1971 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
2 Olimpia 27 16 5 6 43 19 +24 37
3 Marathón 27 12 8 7 35 25 +10 32
4 España 27 10 10 7 36 29 +7 30
5 Vida 27 10 10 7 38 32 +6 30
6 Platense 27 8 11 8 25 29 −4 27
7 Atlético Indio 27 8 7 12 29 34 −5 23
8 Atlético Español 27 6 9 12 29 47 −18 21
9 Lempira 27 5 9 13 25 44 −19 19
10 Victoria 27 3 8 16 28 54 −26 14 Relegated to the Second division
  • Motagua and Olimpia to play an extra match for the title.
  • Victoria relegated to second division.

Championship Playoff[edit]

Motagua
Olimpia
GK Nicaragua Salvador Dubois
DF Honduras Nelson Benavídez
DF Honduras Julio Meza
DF Honduras José Cruz
DF Honduras Arnaldo Zelaya
MF Brazil Linauro di Paula
MF Honduras Rubén Guifarro
MF Chile Hernán Godoy Substituted off
FW Honduras Óscar Hernández Substituted off
FW Brazil Pedro da Silva
FW Honduras Tomás Máximo
Substitutions:
FW Honduras Mario Artica Substituted in
Honduras Pedro Colón Substituted in
Manager:
Honduras Carlos Padilla
GK Honduras Roberto Norales
DF Honduras Selvin Cárcamo
DF Honduras Miguel Matamoros
DF Honduras Juan Lanza Substituted off
DF Honduras Juan López
MF Honduras Marco Mendoza
MF Honduras Ángel Paz
MF Honduras Donaldo Rosales Substituted off
FW Honduras Reynaldo Mejía
FW Honduras Jorge Urquía
FW Honduras Jorge Brand
Substitutions:
Honduras Manuel Williams Substituted in
FW Honduras Rigoberto Gómez Substituted in
Manager:
Honduras José Herrera
  • Motagua champions as better regular season record.

Top scorer[edit]

  • Honduras Carlos Alvarado (Vida) with 16 goals

Squads[edit]

Atlético Español
Brazil Roberto Abrussezze Honduras Egdomilio "Milo" Díaz Brazil Flavio Ortega
Atlético Indio
Honduras Ramón Antonio "Pilín" Brand Brazil Espedito Serafín
Real España
Honduras Carlos Alberto Acosta "El Indio" Lara Costa Rica Carlos Luis "Macho" Arrieta Honduras José Enrique "Coneja" Cardona
Honduras Dolores Edmundo "Lolo" Cruz Honduras Roberto "Campeón" Hidalgo Honduras Mario "Pelola" López
Honduras Domingo "Mingo" Ramos Honduras Jacobo Sarmiento Honduras Rigoberto "Aserradero" Velásquez
Honduras Jaime Villegas
Lempira
Honduras Jairo López Alcerro Honduras Melchor Argeñal Honduras Dagoberto Cubero
Honduras César Augusto Dávila Puerto Honduras Robert Anthony "Charola" Gaynor Honduras Amílcar "Mica" López
Honduras Samuel de Jesús "Chamel" Tejada Honduras Francisco "Pantera" Velásquez
Marathón
Honduras Roberto Bailey Honduras Mario Felipe "Cofra" Caballero Álvarez Honduras Mauro "Nayo" Caballero
Honduras Ramón "Moncho" Cano Honduras Arnulfo Echeverría Honduras Alexander "Nina" Guillén
Honduras Dennis "Plitis" Lagos Honduras Alberto Mancía Honduras Martín "Piruleta" Rodríguez
Honduras Gil "Fátima" Valerio Honduras Allan Ricardo Young
Motagua
Honduras Héctor "Chorro" Acosta Honduras Mario Blandón "Tanque" Artica Honduras Marcos Banegas
Honduras Nelson Benavídez Honduras Ramón "Poquitito" Carbajal Honduras Ricardo "Catín" Cárdenas
Honduras Pedro Colón Honduras José Luis Cruz Figueroa Brazil Pedro Caetano Da Silva
Brazil Linauro Di Paula Nicaragua Salvador Dubois Leiva Chile Hernán Godoy
Honduras Mariano Godoy Honduras Rubén "Chamaco" Guifarro Chile Alfonso Gutiérrez
Honduras Óscar Rolando "Martillo" Hernández Honduras Tomás Máximo Honduras Julio Meza
Honduras Alfonso "Foncho" Navarro Honduras Salustio Pacheco Honduras Alberto "Furia" Solís
Honduras Arnaldo "Chuluyo" Zelaya
Olimpia
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Cejas" Brand Guevara Honduras Fernando "Azulejo" Bulnes Honduras Selvin Cárcamo
Honduras Rigoberto "Shula" Gómez Murillo Honduras Juan Isidro "Juanín" Lanza Honduras Juan Ventura "La Gata" López
Honduras Miguel Angel "Shinola" Matamoros Honduras Marco Antonio "Tonín" Mendoza Honduras Roberto Crisanto "Manga" Norales
Honduras Reynaldo Mejía Ortega Honduras José Estanislao "Tanayo" Ortega Honduras Ángel Ramón "Mon" Paz
Honduras Donaldo "Coyoles" Rosales Honduras Raúl Suazo Lagos Honduras Jorge Alberto "Indio" Urquía Elvir
Honduras Manuel Candado Williams
Platense
Honduras Carlos "Care" Alvarado Honduras Martín Castillo Honduras Norman Castro
Colombia Reynaldo Castro Gil Honduras Javier Duarte Honduras Ricardo "Cañón" Fúnez
Honduras Luis Alonso Guzmán Velásquez Colombia Oscar Marino Piedrahíta Honduras Jimmy Steward
Honduras Modesto Armando "Sargento" Urbina
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 Honduras Manuel Bernárdez Calderón Honduras Arturo Edilson "Junia" Garden
Honduras Morris Garden Honduras José López Paz Honduras Marcos Peña
Honduras José María "Chema" Salinas

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]


Atlético Español 0 – 3 Vida
Alvarado Goal

Round 4[edit]

9 August 1970
España 1 – 0 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula

Unknown rounds[edit]

19 July 1970
Marathón 3 – 0 Platense
San Pedro Sula
19 July 1970
Motagua 1 – 1 Atlético Indio
Tegucigalpa
2 August 1970
Motagua 4 – 2 Victoria
Artica Goal
Da Silva Goal
Godoy Goal
Hernández Goal
Martínez Goal
Lanza Goal

23 August 1970
Vida 0 – 0 Victoria
La Ceiba
23 August 1970
Platense 0 – 0 Lempira
San Pedro Sula
23 August 1970
España 0 – 0 Marathón
San Pedro Sula
23 August 1970
Atlético Español 2 – 0 Atlético Indio
Tegucigalpa
30 August 1970
Olimpia 1 – 0 Motagua
Paz Goal ?' (pen.)
Tegucigalpa
6 September 1970
Marathón 2 – 1 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula
6 September 1970
Motagua 5 – 0 Atlético Español
da Silva Goal Goal Goal
Artica Goal Goal
Tegucigalpa
13 September 1970
Olimpia 1 – 2 Vida
Rosales Goal Bernárdez Goal
Paz Goal
Tegucigalpa
4 October 1970
Victoria 1 – 0 Atlético Español
La Ceiba
4 October 1970
Lempira 2 – 3 Vida
San Pedro Sula
29 November 1970
Olimpia 3 – 1 Victoria
Urquía Goal Goal
Suazo Goal
Mejía Goal
Tegucigalpa
13 December 1970
Victoria 4 – 4 Lempira
Aguirre Goal Goal Goal
Suazo Goal
López Goal Goal
Gaynor Goal
Perdomo Goal
La Ceiba
7 February 1971
Lempira 2 – 1 Victoria
San Pedro Sula
21 February 1971
España 0 – 4 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula
12 March 1971
España 2 – 1 Platense
Villegas Goal 90'
San Pedro Sula
14 March 1971
Motagua 1 – 1 Lempira
Godoy Goal Tejada Goal
Tegucigalpa
14 March 1971
Olimpia 2 – 1 Vida
Tegucigalpa
21 March 1971
Motagua 4 – 0 Marathón
Tegucigalpa

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

Lempira 0 – 2 España
Sevilla Goal
Cardona Goal
San Pedro Sula

España 1 – 0 Lempira
Sarmiento Goal
San Pedro Sula