1974–75 Honduran Liga Nacional

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Liga Nacional
Season 1974–75
Champions España
(1st title)
Relegated Atlético Indio
CONCACAF Champions Cup España
Platense
Top goalscorer Rubén Rodríguez (15)

The 1974–75 season in the Honduran Liga Nacional was the 23rd edition of the first division in Honduran football and the 9th since the intervention of the professional league. C.D. España won its first title in a one leg final against C.D. Motagua.[1] A change of rules was established since this year; two phases were played (Regular season and Final round or Cuadrangular); the winners of each stage played in a single match[2] to decide the champion.

1974–75 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Motagua 36 18 15 3 44 19 +25 71 Qualified to the Final round
2 Olimpia 36 13 18 5 28 20 +8 67
3 España 36 12 15 9 44 36 +8 58
4 Marathón 36 13 14 9 36 26 +10 55
5 Platense 36 12 13 11 41 40 +1 52
6 Broncos 36 11 12 13 28 31 −3 48
7 Federal 36 11 10 15 33 38 −5 45
8 Vida 36 6 16 14 25 41 −16 45
9 Universidad 36 9 11 16 29 36 −7 43
10 Atlético Indio 36 9 9 18 28 49 −21 38 Relegated to the Second division
  • Draws were decided by penalty kicks on the first 9 rounds, 1 point for winner and 0 points for loser.
  • Draws were decided by penalty kicks from round 10 to round 36, 2 points for winner and 1 point for loser.
  • Motagua clinched final spot as Regular season winner.
  • Top 4 qualified to Final round.
  • Atlético Indio relegated.

Final round[edit]

Cuadrangular[edit]



Cuadrangular standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 España 3 2 1 0 3 1 +2 8 Qualified to the Final
2 Olimpia 3 2 0 1 4 2 +2 6
3 Motagua 3 0 2 1 1 2 −1 2
4 Marathón 3 0 1 2 1 4 −3 2
  • Draws were decide by penalty kicks, 2 points for winner and 1 point for loser.
  • Cuadrangular won by España and clinched final spot.

Final[edit]

22 December 1974
Motagua 0 – 1 España
Pavón Goal 86'
Motagua
España
GK Nicaragua Roger Mayorga
DF Honduras Rubén Guifarro
FW Honduras Antonio Obando
FW Honduras Mario Blandón Artica
Substitutions:
Manager:
Honduras Carlos Padilla
GK Costa Rica Carlos Arrieta
DF Honduras Mauricio Álvarez
DF Honduras Jaime Villegas
DF Brazil Carlos Consany
DF Honduras César Dávila
MF Honduras Gilberto Yearwood
MF Honduras Antonio Pavón
FW Honduras José Castro
FW Honduras Jimmy Bailey
FW Honduras Arnulfo Echeverría
FW Brazil Alberto Ferreira
Substitutions:
Manager:
Honduras José Herrera
Liga Nacional
1974–75 Champion
C.D. España
1st title
  • Played in a single match.

Top scorer[edit]

  • Chile Rubén Rodríguez Peña (Platense) with 15 goals

Squads[edit]

Squads[edit]

Atlético Indio
Honduras Amílcar "Verde" Aceituno Honduras Víctor Hugo Álvarez Honduras Luis Brand
Honduras Ramón Antonio "Pilín" Brand Honduras Marco Antonio Calderón Honduras Ricardo Calona
Honduras Pedro "Poquitito" Carbajal Honduras Miguel Angel Escalante Honduras Jorge "Cruz Azul" Escoto
Honduras "Yuyuga" Flores Honduras Joaquín Enrique "Quicón" Fonseca Honduras Francisco "Panchón" Guerra
Chile Alfonso "Garrincha" Gutiérrez Honduras Marco Tulio "Coyol" López Honduras Joaquín "Alianza" Maldonado
Honduras Carlos Arturo Matute Honduras David Levy McCalla Honduras Aquiles Mendoza
Honduras Héctor "Yeto" Montoya Honduras Oscar Nolasco Honduras Roy Posas
Honduras Orlando "Calavera" Rodríguez Brazil Expedito Serafín Honduras Jorge Sierra
Honduras Edgardo Sosa Honduras Ramón Ugarte
Broncos
Honduras Wilfredo Caballero Honduras Wilson Fernández Da Silva Honduras Hernán Santiago "Cortés" García Martínez
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Perro" Gonzáles Honduras Marco Tulio Gonzales Honduras Javier "el Uno" Rodríguez
Honduras Jacobo Sarmiento Honduras Jose Boanerges Villalobos Moreno
Real España
Honduras Mauricio "Mozambique" Alvarez Costa Rica Carlos Luis "Macho" Arrieta Honduras Julio César "El Tile" Arzú
Honduras Jimmy James Bailey Honduras Julio Campos Honduras José Edelmín "Pando" Castro
Brazil Carlos Roberto Consany Honduras Dagoberto Cubero Honduras César Augusto Dávila Puerto
Honduras Arnulfo Echeverría Brazil Alberto Ferreira da Silva Honduras Adalberto "Chino" Menjívar
Honduras José Estanislao "Tanayo" Ortega Honduras Antonio "Gato" Pavón Molina Honduras José López "Rulo" Paz
Brazil Washington Pereira Honduras Gil Josué Rodríguez Honduras Jaime Villegas
Honduras Gilberto Gerónimo Yearwood
Federal
Honduras Ramón Bustillo Honduras Roberto "Toto" Cáceres Brazil Pedro Caetano Da Silva
Chile Arturo del Carmen Díaz Honduras Dagoberto Espinal Costa Rica Leroy Foster
Chile Alfonso "Garrincha" Gutiérrez Honduras Gustavo Izaguirre Honduras Carlos Arturo Matute
Honduras Julio Meza Honduras Manuel "Micobrinco" Rodríguez Colombia Oscar Teherán
Honduras Domingo "Yuyo" Tróchez Honduras Orlando "Bimbo" Vásquez Honduras Francisco Zelaya Pastrana
Marathón
Honduras Rafael Argeñal Honduras Mauro "Nayo" Caballero Uruguay Miguel Angel "Pianito" Castro
Brazil Linauro Di Paula Honduras Julio César "Cucaracha" Fonseca Honduras Exequiel "Estupiñán" García
Honduras Luis Alonso Guzmán Velásquez Honduras Alberto Mancía Honduras Wilfredo Medina
Costa Rica Allard Plummer Argentina Daniel Argelio Romero Honduras Arturo Torres "Pacharaca" Bonilla
Honduras Allan Ricardo Young
Motagua
Honduras Marcos Banegas Honduras Mario Blandón "Tanque" Artica Honduras José Luis Cruz Figueroa
Nicaragua Salvador Dubois Leiva Honduras José María "Chema" Durón Honduras Mariano Godoy
Honduras Rubén "Chamaco" Guifarro Honduras Óscar Rolando "Martillo" Hernández Nicaragua Roger Mayorga
Honduras Angel Antonio "Toño" Obando Honduras Ronald Quilter Honduras Rigoberto Sosa
Honduras Francisco "Pantera" Velásquez Honduras Arnaldo "Chuluyo" Zelaya Honduras Héctor "Lin" Zelaya
Olimpia
Honduras Dennis Allen Honduras Selvin Cárcamo Honduras Egdomilio "Milo" Díaz
Honduras Óscar García Honduras Rigoberto "Shula" Gómez Honduras Alfredo Hawit Banegas
Honduras Miguel Angel "Shinola" Matamoros Honduras Reynaldo Mejía Ortega Honduras Marco Antonio "Tonín" Mendoza
Honduras Ángel Ramón "Mon" Paz Honduras Manuel "Candado" Williams
Platense
Honduras Alejandro Aguirre Honduras Carlos "Care" Alvarado Honduras Neptaly Argeñal
Honduras Rafael Argeñal Honduras Eduardo Castillo Honduras Martín Castillo
Honduras "Cacique" Castro Honduras "Rigo" Castro Honduras Ricardo Castro
Honduras Jhony Chavarría Honduras Arturo Coto Honduras Tomás Cedricks Ewens "Quito" Wagner
Honduras "Cuco" Flores Honduras Manuel de Jesús Fuentes Honduras "Toro" Garay
Honduras Rossvelth Garbut Honduras "Che" Guerrero Honduras Juan Noyola
Honduras Mario Ortega Honduras Arturo Payne Colombia Oscar Piedrahíta
Honduras Roberto Rich Honduras Samuel Rivera Chile Rubén Rodríguez Peña Llantén
Honduras Jimmy Steward
Universidad
Uruguay Santos "Cocodrilo" González Honduras Roger Macedo Honduras David Levy McCalla
Honduras Ramón "Mon" Medina Honduras José Salomón "Turco" Nazzar Honduras Ricardo Nuila
Honduras Daniel "Diablo" Sambulá Honduras Roberto Virgilio Santos
Vida
Honduras Óscar "Burra" Acosta Honduras César "Cesarín" Aguirre Honduras Carlos Humberto Alvarado Osorto
Honduras Manuel Bernárdez Calderón Honduras Peter Buchanan Honduras Jorge Caballero
Guatemala Jesús Octavio Cifuentes Honduras Gustavo Adolfo "Gorcha" Collins Honduras Zacarías "Frijolito" Collins
Honduras Juan David Honduras Fredy Delgado Honduras Arturo "Junia" Garden
Honduras Morris Garden Honduras Ramón Neptaly "Liebre" Guardado Honduras Dennis "Bomba" Hinds
Honduras Mario McKoy Honduras Matilde Selím Lacayo Honduras Jairo López
Honduras José López "Rulo" Paz Honduras Tomás "Tommy" Marshall Honduras Enrique "Palanca" Mendoza
Honduras Mario Murillo Honduras Hermenegildo Orellana Honduras Marco Antonio Marcos Peña
Honduras Jorge Peralta Honduras Wilfredo "Wil" Rodríguez Honduras José María "Chema" Salinas
Honduras Vicente Suazo Honduras Antonio "Danto" Urbina Honduras Edgardo Williams
Honduras Osman Zelaya

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]


Vida 0 – 1 Motagua
Sosa Goal
La Ceiba

España 3 – 2 Federal
Echeverría Goal
San Pedro Sula

Olimpia 0 – 0 Atlético Indio

Round 7[edit]


Olimpia 0 – 2 Vida

Round 12[edit]

1974-04-28
Marathón 2 – 1 Motagua
San Pedro Sula

Unknown rounds[edit]

1974-01-27
Marathón 2 – 1 Platense
San Pedro Sula
1974-03-17
España 1 – 0 Broncos
suspended at 45'
San Pedro Sula
1974-03-17
Marathón Olimpia
postponed
San Pedro Sula
1974-03-31
España 1 – 0 Broncos
remaining 45'
Tegucigalpa
1974-03-31
Marathón 0 – 0 Olimpia
Tegucigalpa
1974-07-21
Broncos 1 – 1 Universidad
Choluteca
1974-09-15
Vida 0 – 3 España
La Ceiba
1974-10-20
Federal 1 – 2 Marathón
Meza Goal Marathón lost points as fielding excessive foreign players.
Tegucigalpa

España 3 – 0 Vida
San Pedro Sula

Vida 0 – 1 Federal
La Ceiba

Universidad 1 – 0 Motagua
McCalla Goal
Tegucigalpa

Federal 0 – 1 Vida


Olimpia 0 – 0 Broncos


Olimpia 0 – 0 Universidad


Olimpia 2 – 1 Platense


Olimpia 0 – 0 Real España


Olimpia 0 – 0 Motagua

References[edit]