1981–82 Honduran Liga Nacional

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Season 1981-82
Champions Vida
(1st title)
Relegated Platense
Universidad
CONCACAF Champions Cup Vida
Copa Fraternidad Vida
Atlético Morazán
Marathón
Real España
Top goalscorer Luis O. Altamirano (15)

The league systems consisted of 30 rounds in the regular season, plus a final round of the top five in the regular standings. Winners of both phases played for the championship.

1981-82 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Atlético Morazán 30 14 11 5 39 28 +11 39 Qualified to the Final round
2 Motagua 30 15 8 7 35 25 +10 38
3 Vida 30 14 10 6 32 26 +6 38
4 Marathón 30 10 13 7 41 31 +10 33
5 Broncos 30 13 6 11 36 32 +4 32
6 Real España 30 10 11 9 38 36 +2 31
7 Olimpia 30 9 9 12 32 35 −3 27
8 Victoria 30 8 10 12 33 43 −10 26
9 Independiente Villela 30 6 13 11 34 41 −7 25
10 Universidad 30 6 11 13 21 26 −5 23 Relegated to the Second division
11 Platense 30 4 10 16 26 44 −18 18
  • Top 5 qualify to Final round.
  • Atlético Morazán secured Final place as Regular season winner.
  • Universidad and Platense relegated to second division.

Final round[edit]

Pentagonal standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Motagua 8 4 3 1 14 7 +7 11 Qualified to the Replay
2 Vida 8 3 5 0 11 7 +4 11
3 Marathón 8 2 5 1 5 5 0 9
4 Broncos 8 0 6 2 0 1 −1 6
5 Atlético Morazán 8 0 3 5 2 12 −10 3
  • The game between Broncos and Motagua in Choluteca on 11 October was awarded to Motagua as Broncos didn't show up.
  • Motagua and Vida had to play an extra match in a neutral venue to qualify to the Final.

Replay[edit]

18 October 1981
15:00 (UTC−06:00)
Motagua 0 – 1 Vida
Mendoza Goal 31'
  • Vida won Replay and advanced to the Final.

Final[edit]

25 October 1981
Atlético Morazán 1–3 Vida
Velásquez Goal Lacayo Goal
Mendoza Goal
Carías Goal
Estadio Francisco Morazán
San Pedro Sula
Referee: Rodolfo Martínez

28 October 1981
Vida 1–0 Atlético Morazán
Mendoza Goal 67' (pen.)
Estadio Nilmo Edwards
La Ceiba
Attendance: 7,965
Referee: Jorge Irías

Top scorer[edit]

  • Argentina Luis O. Altamirano (Broncos) with 15 goals

Squads[edit]

Atlético Morazán
Honduras Moisés "Tanque" Velásquez Honduras Francisco "Pancho" González Honduras José Estanislao "Tanayo" Ortega
Chile Joaquín Arrastoa Honduras José Luis Cruz Figueroa Chile Julio del Carmen Tapia Callao
Honduras Noel Omar Renderos
Broncos
Argentina Luis Oswaldo "Che" Altamirano Honduras José Marcial "Canelo" Murillo Honduras Cruz Ramón Serrano "Guaya" Cruz
Independiente Villela
Honduras José Mauricio Fúnez Barrientos Honduras Jorge Martínez Honduras Felipe "Nicio" Rivera
Honduras Roberto Herrera Moreno Honduras Marco Antonio "Gato" Pavón Molina Honduras Alberto Perich
Honduras José Ramón Hinds Honduras Rodolfo "Mirandinha" Smith
Marathón
Uruguay Albert Fay Honduras Darío Cribas Honduras Hernán Santiago "Cortés" García Martínez
Honduras Oswaldo Zaldívar Honduras Arturo Payne Honduras José Angel Peña
Honduras Herminio Villalobos Honduras Arturo Torres "Pacharaca" Bonilla Honduras Jorge Alberto "Cuca" Bueso Iglesias
Honduras Celso Fredy Güity Honduras Roberto Reynaldo "Robot" Bailey Sargent Honduras Carlos Mejía
Honduras Gilberto Leonel Machado García Honduras Francisco Javier Toledo
Motagua
Honduras Alcides Morales Chile Mario Hernán Juviny Carreño Honduras Héctor Ramón Chávez
Honduras Luis Alberto "Chito" Reyes Honduras José María "Chema" Durón Honduras Héctor Ramón "Pecho de Aguila" Zelaya
Olimpia
Honduras Belarmino Rivera Honduras Óscar Banegas Costa Rica Carlos Solano
Honduras Félix Concepción Carranza Honduras Ramón Antonio "Pilín" Brand Honduras Carlos Solís
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Perro" González Honduras Jorge Brand Brazil Nelson de Moraes
Honduras Richard Kenneth Payne
Platense
Honduras Modesto Ayestas El Salvador Luis Baltazar Ramírez "Pelé" Zapata Honduras Juan Jerezano
Honduras Carlos Roberto Deras Honduras Jorge Luis Mancía Honduras Armando López "Babalaba" Bodden
Honduras Ramón Cruz Colindres Honduras Alex Rodríguez
Real España
Honduras Julio César "El Tile" Arzú Costa Rica Didier Gutiérrez Honduras Hernán Zelaya
Honduras Carlos Saúl Bonilla Honduras Junior Rashford Costly Honduras Julio Roberto "Chino" Ortiz
Honduras Miguel Antonio "Hino" Mathews Honduras Walter Humberto Jimminson Warren Honduras Javier Chavarría
Honduras Antonio "Gato" Pavón Molina Honduras Jimmy Steward Honduras Edith Hernando Contreras
Honduras Carlos Orlando Caballero Honduras Héctor "Lin" Zelaya Honduras Efraín Pucho Osorio
Universidad
Honduras Daniel "Diablo" Sambulá Brazil Edimar Luiz Marques Honduras José Salomón "Turco" Nazzar
Victoria
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Camioncito" Duarte Honduras Luis Alonso "Chorompo" Zúniga Honduras José Reynaldo Villagra
Honduras Miguel Angel "Primitivo" Ortiz Honduras Efraín Martínez "Diablillo" Amaya Honduras David Goff
Vida
Honduras Marvin Geovany "Mango" Henríquez Honduras Martín Lacayo Honduras Gustavo Adolfo "Gorcha" Collins
Honduras Natividad Morales Barrios Honduras Carlos Humberto "Papeto" Lobo Honduras Matilde Selím Lacayo
Honduras Junior Mejía Honduras José Enrique "Palanca" Mendoza Honduras Jesús Carías
Honduras Dennis "Bomba" Hinds Honduras Ramón Nectaly "Liebre" Guardado Honduras Juan Dolmo "Juanito" Arzú
Honduras Roberto "Macho" Figueroa

Trivia[edit]

  • There was a total of 405 goals this season, a record still unbeaten.

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]


Real España 1 – 0 Victoria
Chavarría
San Pedro Sula

Motagua 1 – 0 Platense
Tegucigalpa

Round 29[edit]

1981-08-02
Atlético Morazán 2 - 0 Platense
Tegucigalpa

Pentagonal[edit]

1981-09-02
Motagua 1 - 1 Marathón
Durón Goal Villalobos Goal
Tegucigalpa
1981-10-11
(-2) Broncos - Motagua (+2)
Broncos
didn't show up
Choluteca
1981-10-15
Marathón 1 - 3 Motagua
Bailey Goal Juviny Goal
Guardado Goal
Januario Goal
San Pedro Sula

Regular season[edit]

15 February 1981
Olimpia 0 – 0 Independiente
Tegucigalpa
22 February 1981
Marathón 3 – 2 Real España
San Pedro Sula
29 April 1981
Marathón 4 – 0 Motagua
Güity Goal Goal
Zaldívar Goal
Bailey Goal
San Pedro Sula
6 May 1981
Marathón 5 – 1 Victoria
San Pedro Sula
6 May 1981
Real España 2 – 2 Platense
San Pedro Sula
6 May 1981
Broncos 4 – 3 Independiente
Tegucigalpa
6 May 1981
Motagua 3 – 2 Atlético Morazán
Tegucigalpa
1 July 1981
Marathón 2 – 1 Olimpia

5 July 1981
Olimpia 2 – 3 Atlético Morazán
Renderos Goal Goal
Tegucigalpa
22 July 1981
Independiente 2 – 0 Real España
San Pedro Sula
22 July 1981
Marathón 1 – 1 Vida
San Pedro Sula
9 August 1981
Olimpia 2 – 1 Universidad
Tegucigalpa

Motagua 2 – 0 Olimpia
Tegucigalpa

Motagua 2 – 1 Olimpia
Tegucigalpa

Unknown rounds[edit]


Vida 3 - 2 Motagua
La Ceiba