1983–84 Honduran Liga Nacional

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LINA
Season 1983-84
Champions Vida
(2nd title)
Relegated Dandy
CONCACAF Champions Cup Vida
Universidad
Copa Fraternidad None
Top goalscorer Raúl Centeno Gamboa (17)

A change in the rules took place in 1983-84, the championship was decided in 36 rounds without playoffs, Vida won its second title after finishing first this season.

1983-84 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Vida 36 13 18 5 39 28 +11 44 Qualified to the 1984 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
2 Universidad 36 13 14 9 40 26 +14 40
3 Marathón 36 14 12 10 36 32 +4 40
4 Olimpia 36 13 13 10 39 26 +13 39
5 Real España 36 14 11 11 35 30 +5 39
6 Motagua 36 14 8 14 36 36 0 36
7 Victoria 36 12 10 14 31 40 −9 34
8 Platense 36 8 16 12 29 39 −10 32
9 Juventud Morazánica 36 7 15 14 29 44 −15 29
10 Dandy 36 6 15 15 22 35 −13 27 Relegated to the Second division
  • Vida champions as regular season winners.
  • Dandy relegated to second division.
  • No post-season this year.

Top scorer[edit]

  • Honduras Raul Centeno Gamboa (Platense) with 17 goals

Squads[edit]

Dandy
Honduras Luis Alonso Guzmán Velásquez Honduras Rigoberto Escalón Honduras Oscar Villegas
Honduras Efraín "Pucho" Osorio Honduras Roberto Escalón Honduras Oscar Núñez
Honduras Oscar Montoya Honduras Carlos Castellanos Honduras René Orellana
Honduras Orlando Garay Honduras Ricardo Castro Honduras Carlos Flores
Honduras Edward Kisling Honduras Carlos Alvarez Honduras Jorge Martínez
Honduras Carlos Banegas Honduras Roberto Moreno Honduras Oscar "Hormiga" Muñoz
Honduras José Molina Honduras Carlos Ramírez Honduras Roger Valladares
Honduras Eleázar Peña Honduras Jorge "Chino" Euceda Honduras Claudio Romano Castro
Honduras Daniel "Diablo" Sambulá Honduras Apolonio Sambulá Honduras Arnold Connor Costly
Honduras Arnaldo Guevara Honduras Oscar Torres Brazil Benedito Tiburcio
Honduras Julio "Banana" Alvarez Honduras Marcial Bonilla Honduras Roberto Castellanos
Honduras Oscar Machigua Honduras Oscar "Chino" Brizuela Honduras Mario Bustillo
Honduras Oscar Ríos Honduras Luis Guerrero Honduras Noé Meza
Honduras Pastor Martínez Honduras Benito Suazo Honduras Luis Guzmán
Honduras Julio "Chino" Ortiz Honduras Francisco Sandoval Honduras Oscar Orellana
Honduras Guillermo Bernárdez Honduras Manuel Rivera Honduras Oscar "Pito Loco" López
Juventud Morazánica
Honduras Jorge Hibrán Maldonado Honduras Alfonso Ramón "Niño" López Honduras Ramón Edgardo Moradel Zapata
Honduras Pancho Gonzalez Honduras Kaco Reyes Honduras Choreta Ordoñes
Honduras Crisanto Batista
Marathón
Honduras Hernán Santiago García Martínez Argentina Juan Carlos Weber Honduras Vicente Suazo
Honduras Gilberto Leonel Machado García Honduras Celso Fredy Güity Honduras Noel Omar Renderos
Honduras Delio Billonay Fajardo Honduras Jorge Alberto "Cuca" Bueso Iglesias Honduras Roberto Reynaldo "Robot" Bailey Sargent
Honduras Arturo Torres "Pacharaca" Bonilla Honduras Oswaldo Zaldívar Honduras Ciro Paulino "Palic" Castillo
Motagua
Honduras Roy Arturo Padilla Bardales Honduras Juan Gómez Ortiz Honduras Angel Antonio Obando
Honduras Luis Alberto "Chito" Reyes Honduras Roberto "Muñiña" Escalante Honduras Carlos Cruz Padilla
Honduras Ramón Enrique "Primitivo" Maradiaga Honduras Amílcar Leonel Suazo Honduras Frank Ponce
Honduras Oscar Medina Chile Mario Hernán Juviny Carreño Honduras Alcides Morales
Honduras José María "Chema" Durón Honduras Feliciano Guardado Honduras Héctor Ramón "Pecho de Aguila" Zelaya
Olimpia
Honduras Prudencio "Tecate" Norales Honduras Jorge Alberto "Perro" González Brazil Edimar Luiz Marques
Honduras Juan Alberto Flores Maradiaga Honduras José Emilio Martínez Uruguay José Mario "Chueco" Figueroa
Honduras Ramón Antonio "Pilín" Brand
Platense
Honduras Juan Jerezano Honduras Raúl Centeno Gamboa Honduras Eugenio Dolmo Flores
Honduras Alex Rodríguez Honduras Armando López "Babalaba" Bodden Honduras Mario Ortega
Honduras Daniel "Diablo" Sambulá Honduras Carlos Roberto Deras
Real España
Honduras Julio César "El Tile" Arzú Honduras José Mauricio "Guicho" Fúnez Barrientos Honduras Carlos Alberto Salgado
Honduras Junior Rashford Costly Honduras Edith Hernando Contreras Honduras Miguel Antonio "Hino" Mathews
Honduras Mario Bonilla Honduras Esteban Pitío Centeno Honduras Jimmy Steward
Honduras Nahúm Alberto Espinoza Zerón Honduras Carlos Orlando Caballero
Universidad
Honduras José Marcial "Canelo" Murillo Honduras José Salomón "Turco" Nazzar
Victoria
Honduras Raúl David Fúnez Honduras Jorge Alberto "Camioncito" Duarte Honduras Luis Alonso Zelaya
Honduras David Goff Honduras Miguel Angel "Primitivo" Ortiz Honduras Luis Alonso "Chorompo" Zúniga
Vida
Honduras Marvin Geovany "Mango" Henríquez Honduras Luis Medina Honduras Adolfo "Gorcha" Collins
Honduras Marco Tulio "Zocadito" Zelaya Honduras Junior Mejía Honduras Natividad Morales Barrios
Honduras Jesús "Bululo" Carías Honduras José Enrique "Palanca" Mendoza Honduras Esteban "Tan" Martínez
Honduras Cipriano Dueñas Honduras Dennis Erwin "Bomba" Hinds Honduras José Enrique "Palanca" Mendoza
Honduras Rudy Alberto Williams Honduras Pablo Palma Honduras Federico "Ico" Martínez
Honduras Juan Dolmo "Juanito" Arzú Honduras Armando Vindel Honduras Calos Humberto "Papeto" Lobo
Honduras Hermenegildo Orellana Honduras Matilde Selím Lacayo Honduras Joaquín Arrastoa
Honduras Danilo Carías Honduras Osmán Zelaya

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]


Juventud Morazánica 1 – 1 Real España
Bonilla Goal


Marathón 1 – 1 Platense

Unknown rounds[edit]

1983-02-20
Victoria 1 – 0 Platense
La Ceiba
1983-03-06
Platense 2 – 1 Dandy
Puerto Cortés
1983-04-14
Motagua 1 – 0 Universidad

1983-05-22
Juventud Morazánica 1 – 5 Universidad
Tegucigalpa
1983-06-01
Motagua 3 – 1 Platense
Tegucigalpa
1983-07-17
Motagua 0 – 1 Dandy
Tegucigalpa
1983-09-15
Olimpia 6 – 0 Platense
Figueroa Goal Goal Goal
Norales Goal Goal Goal
Tegucigalpa
1983-10-19
Olimpia 1 – 0 Marathón
Tegucigalpa
1983-10-23
Vida 2 – 1 Universidad
Zelaya Goal Goal Altamirano Goal
La Ceiba
1983-10-23
Real España 2 – 1 Olimpia
Arzú Goal
Chavarría Goal
Márquez Goal
San Pedro Sula

Motagua 2 – 0 Dandy
Tegucigalpa

Dandy 1 – 2 Motagua
San Pedro Sula

Dandy 1 – 2 Motagua
San Pedro Sula