1971–72 Honduran Liga Nacional

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Season 1971-72
Champions Olimpia
(4th title)
Relegated Lempira
CONCACAF Champions Cup Olimpia
Vida
Top goalscorer Carlos Alvarado (14)

In the 1971–72 season, C.D. Olimpia won its fourth title in the Honduran League after finishing in first position in the regular season with 40 points; the tournament had 27 rounds without playoffs. Olimpia were crowned on 4 June 1972 in the 1–3 away victory over Lempira F.C. at the Estadio Francisco Morazán.[1]

1971–72 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Olimpia 27 15 10 2 41 18 +23 40 Qualified to the 1972 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
2 Vida 27 16 3 8 42 25 +17 35
3 Motagua 27 14 5 8 37 23 +14 33
4 España 27 12 7 8 27 21 +6 31
5 Marathón 27 9 9 9 37 33 +4 27
6 Troya 27 11 5 11 28 36 −8 27
7 Platense 27 5 11 11 30 37 −7 21
8 Verdún 27 5 11 11 10 25 −15 21
9 Atlético Indio 27 3 13 11 23 36 −13 19
10 Lempira 27 5 6 16 24 45 −21 16 Relegated to the Second division
  • Olimpia 1971–72 champions as regular season winner.
  • Lempira relegated to second division.

Top scorer[edit]

  • Honduras Carlos Alvarado (Vida) with 14 goals

Squads[edit]

Atlético Indio
Honduras Ramón Antonio "Pilín" Brand
Real España
Costa Rica Carlos Luis "Macho" Arrieta Honduras Dagoberto Cubero Brazil Pedro Caetano Da Silva
Honduras Exequiel "Estupiñán" García Honduras Carlos Francisco "Chico Chico" Handal Honduras Mario "Pelola" López
Honduras Domingo "Mingo" Ramos Honduras Jacobo Sarmiento Honduras Rigoberto "Aserradero" Velásquez
Honduras Jaime Villegas
Lempira
Honduras Carlos Alberto Acosta "El Indio" Lara Honduras Melchor Argeñal Honduras Mario Felipe "Cofra" Caballero Álvarez
Honduras César Augusto Dávila Puerto Honduras Robert Anthony "Charola" Gaynor Honduras Amílcar "Mica" López
Honduras Rigoberto Martínez Honduras Eleázar Rodríguez Honduras Samuel de Jesús "Chamel" Tejada
Honduras Francisco "Pantera" Velásquez
Marathón
Honduras Roberto Bailey Honduras Arnulfo Echeverría Honduras Alexander "Nina" Guillén
Honduras Dennis "Plitis" Lagos Honduras Alberto Mancía Brazil Flavio Ortega
Honduras Martín "Piruleta" Rodríguez Honduras Gil "Fátima" Valerio Honduras Allan Ricardo Young
Motagua
Nicaragua Salvador Dubois Leiva Honduras Julio Meza Honduras Nelson Benavídez
Honduras Roberto Jérez Honduras Óscar Rolando "Martillo" Hernández Honduras Reynaldo Ismael Colón
Brazil Roberto Abrussezze Honduras Alfonso Uclés Honduras Edgardo Orellana
Honduras Rubén "Chamaco" Guifarro Honduras Elio Banegas Honduras Mariano Godoy
Honduras Héctor "Lin" Zelaya Honduras Lenard Wells Honduras Carlos Andrés Sanabria
Brazil Linauro de Paula Honduras Tomás Máximo Honduras Fermín Navarro
Honduras Federico Budde Honduras Jesús Castillo Honduras José Luis Cruz Figueroa
Honduras Marcos Banegas Honduras Marco Antonio Calderón Honduras Mario Blandón Artica
Honduras Ricardo Cárdenas Honduras Juliano Netto Honduras Alberto "Furia" Solís
Honduras Egdomilio Díaz Brazil Geraldo Baptista Honduras Alfonso "Garrinchito" Gutiérrez
Honduras Juan Manuel Coello Honduras José María "Chema" Durón Brazil Ado Baptista
Olimpia
Honduras Ángel Ramón "Mon" Paz Honduras Reynaldo Mejía Ortega Honduras Samuel Santini
Honduras Juan Ventura "La Gata" López Honduras Selvin Cárcamo Honduras Juan Isidro "Juanín" Lanza
Honduras Miguel Angel "Shinola" Matamoros Honduras Marco Antonio "Tonin" Mendoza Honduras Jorge Alberto "Indio" Urquía Elvir
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Cejas" Brand Guevara Honduras Rigoberto "Shula" Gómez Honduras Raúl Suazo Lagos
Platense
Honduras Luis Alonso Guzmán Velásquez Honduras Miguel "Miguelín" Bernárdez Honduras Martín Castillo
Colombia Reynaldo Castro Gil Honduras Jimmy Steward Honduras Tomás Cedricks Ewens "Quito" Wagner
Colombia Oscar Teherán Honduras Carlos "Care" Alvarado Colombia Oscar Marino Piedrahíta
Troya
Honduras José Domingo "Yuyo" Tróchez
Verdún
Brazil Roberto Abrussezze Brazil Geraldo Baptista Honduras Fernando "Azulejo" Bulnes
Honduras Joaquín "Quin" Bulnes Honduras Manuel "Nell" Bulnes Honduras Egdomilio "Milo" Díaz
Brazil José Ferreira Dos Santos Honduras Víctor Armando "Teniente" López Honduras Adalberto "Chino" Menjívar
Honduras "Tamalín" Ordóñez Brazil Flavio Ortega Violante Honduras Ronald Quilter
Honduras Oscar "Zorro" Velásquez
Victoria
Honduras René "Maravilla" Suazo
Vida
Honduras Óscar "Burra" Acosta Honduras Carlos Humberto Alvarado Osorto Honduras Jaime Barahona
Honduras Manuel Bernárdez Calderón Guatemala Jesús Octavio Cifuentes Honduras Gustavo Adolfo "Gorsha" Collins
Honduras Zacarías "Frijolito" Collins Chile Óscar Alfredo Fariñas Honduras Óscar Omar "Comay" Flores
Honduras Arturo Edilson "Junia" Garden Honduras Morris Garden Honduras Roberto Hayes Galindo
Honduras Humberto Laínez Honduras Jairo López Honduras Marco Antonio Marcos Peña
Honduras Tomás "Tommy" Marshall Honduras Mario Murillo Honduras Gilberto René Núñez
Honduras José López "Rulo" Paz Honduras José López Zelaya Honduras Wilfredo "Will" Rodríguez
Honduras José María "Chema" Salinas Honduras Carlos Sevilla Rodríguez Honduras Gustavo Antonio "Danto" Urbina

Trivia[edit]

  • Atlético Español changed its name to Verdún this season.

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

1971-07-12
Motagua 1 – 0 Verdún
Hernández Goal
Tegucigalpa

Lempira 1 – 0 Marathón
Martínez Goal

Fecha 13[edit]


Verdún 0 – 0 España
Tegucigalpa

Fecha 14[edit]


Troya 1 – 0 Verdún
Tegucigalpa

Fecha 15[edit]


Platense 1 – 0 Verdún
San Pedro Sula

Fecha 16[edit]


Verdún 0 – 0 Motagua
Tegucigalpa

Fecha 17[edit]


Atlético Indio 0 – 0 Verdún
Tegucigalpa

Fecha 18[edit]


Verdún 0 – 4 Marathón
Tegucigalpa

Fecha 19[edit]


Verdún 0 – 0 Troya
Tegucigalpa

Fecha 20[edit]


Verdún 0 – 0 Atlético Indio
Tegucigalpa

Unknown rounds[edit]

15 August 1971
España 3 – 0 Marathón
San Pedro Sula
29 August 1971
Motagua 2 – 0 Troya
Tegucigalpa
12 September 1971
Platense 1 – 3 Lempira
San Pedro Sula
17 October 1971
Olimpia 2 – 1 Atlético Indio
Matamoros Goal
Tegucigalpa
31 October 1971
Platense 1 – 2 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula
9 January 1972
Marathón 5 – 1 Lempira
San Pedro Sula
16 January 1972
Motagua 2 – 1 Platense
Cruz Goal
Tegucigalpa
7 May 1972
Olimpia 5 – 0 Troya
Tegucigalpa
4 June 1972
Lempira 1 – 3 Olimpia
Mayorga Goal Mejía Goal Goal
Flores Goal
San Pedro Sula

Victoria 2 – 5 Olimpia
La Ceiba

Lempira 1 – 4 Vida
San Pedro Sula

Marathón 3 – 3 Lempira
San Pedro Sula

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

Lempira 2 – 1 España
Perdomo Goal
Martínez Goal
Castro Goal
San Pedro Sula

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

References[edit]

  1. ^ LaPrensa.hn – Desafíe a Ismael – 22 December 2011