1988–89 Honduran Liga Nacional

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LINA
Season 1988-89
Champions Real España
(5th title)
Relegated Universidad
CONCACAF Champions Cup Real España
Olimpia
Top goalscorer Miguel Mathews (8)
Rubén Alonso (8)
Carlos H. Lobo (8)
Raul Centeno Gamboa (8)

Following are the results of the 1988–89 Honduran Liga Nacional. The Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional de Honduras (English: Honduran Professional National Football League) is the first and highest division of football in Honduras.

1988–89 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings Group A[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Olimpia 27 10 12 5 25 17 +8 32 Qualified to the Final round
2 Marathón 27 7 14 6 21 17 +4 28
3 Victoria 27 7 12 8 21 21 0 26
4 Curacao 27 5 13 9 21 31 −10 23
5 Platense 27 5 12 10 21 28 −7 22
  • Olimpia and Marathón qualified to the Final round.

Standings Group B[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Real España 27 13 10 4 32 19 +13 36 Qualified to the Final round
2 Motagua 27 10 12 5 26 18 +8 32
3 Vida 27 9 9 9 19 18 +1 27
4 Sula 27 7 9 11 28 34 −6 23
5 Universidad 27 7 7 13 15 26 −11 21 Relegated to the Liga de Ascenso
  • Real España clinched final spot as Regular season winner.
  • Real España, Motagua and Vida qualified to Final round.
  • Universidad relegated to Liga de Ascenso.

Reply for 2nd place[edit]

1988-10-19
Olimpia 2 – 0 Motagua
Norales Goal
Flores Goal

Final round[edit]

Pentagonal standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Olimpia 8 4 4 0 8 3 +5 12 Qualified to the Final round
2 Real España 8 3 4 1 7 3 +4 10
3 Motagua 8 2 4 2 4 6 −2 8
4 Vida 8 2 2 4 6 9 −3 6
5 Marathón 8 1 2 5 8 12 −4 4
  • Olimpia qualified to Final as Pentagonal winner.

Final[edit]


Real España
Olimpia
GK Uruguay Jorge López
DF Honduras Marco Anariba
DF Honduras Karl Roland
DF Honduras Allan Costly
DF Honduras Emilson Soto
MF Honduras José Fúnez
MF Honduras Luis Cálix
MF Uruguay Carlos Reyes
MF Honduras Nahamán González
FW Honduras Juan Anariba Substituted off
FW Uruguay Rubén Alonzo Substituted off
Substitutions:
FW Honduras Alex Ávila Substituted in
MF Honduras Carlos Caballero Substituted in
Manager:
Brazil Flavio Ortega
GK Honduras Óscar Banegas
DF Honduras Daniel Zapata
DF Honduras Danilo Galindo
DF Honduras Alejandro Ruiz
DF Honduras Rudy Williams
MF Honduras Erick Fú Lanza Red card 87'
MF Honduras Nahúm Espinoza Substituted off
MF Uruguay Vicente Viera
FW Uruguay Juan Contreras
FW Honduras Juan Flores
FW Honduras Javier Flores Substituted off
Substitutions:
FW Honduras Eugenio Dolmo Flores Substituted in
MF Honduras Fernando Tovar Substituted in
Manager:
Uruguay Estanislao Malinowski
  • Real España 2–2 Olimpia on aggregate. Real España champions on better regular season record.
Liga Nacional
1988–89 Champion
Real España
5th title

Top scorers[edit]

  • Honduras Miguel Mathews (Motagua) with 8 goals
  • Uruguay Rubén Alonso (Real España) with 8 goals
  • Honduras Carlos H. Lobo (Curacao) with 8 goals
  • Honduras Raul Centeno Gamboa (Platense) with 8 goals

Squads[edit]

Curacao
Honduras Constantino Reyes Honduras Calos Humberto "Papeto" Lobo Honduras Eduardo "Balín" Bennett
Honduras César Martínez Honduras Edgar Murillo Honduras Roberto "Muñiña" Escalante
Honduras Samuel Chávez Honduras Iván Guerra Honduras Francisco "Pancho" González
Honduras Nelson "Namasigüe" Guevara Honduras Jeremías "Burrito" González Honduras Marco Tulio "Pollo" Suazo
Honduras Juan Antonio "Zurdo" Aguilar
Marathón
Honduras Dangelo Bautista Honduras Erasmo "Chícharo" Guerrero Honduras Francisco Adelmo Herrera
Honduras José Luis "Joche" Alvarado Honduras Porfirio Armando Betancourt Honduras José Ulloa Villatoro
Honduras Eduardo Laing Honduras Óscar Gerardo "Maradona" Cruz Honduras Pedro Geovany Midence
Honduras Jorge Suamy Álvarez Honduras José Manuel Enamorado Díaz Costa Rica Jorge Chévez
Honduras Roy Arturo Padilla Bardales Honduras Jorge Alberto "Cuca" Bueso Iglesias Paraguay Luis Cornet
Honduras Neptally Turcios Honduras Leonel Machado Honduras Aparicio Colón
Honduras Ciro Paulino "Palic" Castillo
Motagua
Honduras Marvin Geovany "Mango" Henríquez Honduras Miguel Antonio Mathews Sargent Honduras Fabricio "Amapala" Pérez
Honduras Hernaín Arzú Honduras Donaldo "Martillo" Guillén Reyes Honduras Gilberto Jerónimo Yearwood
Honduras Juan Gómez Ortiz Honduras José Mario "Kivo" Almendárez
Olimpia
Honduras Óscar Banegas Honduras Belarmino Rivera Uruguay Juan Carlos "Rata" Contreras
Honduras Juan Alberto Flores Maradiaga Honduras Prudencio "Tecate" Norales Uruguay Vicente Daniel Viera
Paraguay Ramón Fernández Riera Costa Rica Jorge Manuel "Bugy" Ulate Honduras Santos "Indio" Ruiz
Honduras Antonio "Flaco" Hernández Honduras Danilo "Pollo" Galindo Honduras Fernando Tovar
Honduras Eugenio Dolmo Flores Honduras Alex Pineda Chacón Honduras Raúl Martínez Sambulá
Honduras Javier Flores Uruguay Luis Jaime Honduras Patrocinio Sierra
Honduras Juan Carlos Pineda Chacón Honduras Daniel Zapata Honduras Rudy Alberto Williams
Honduras Nahúm Alberto Espinoza Zerón Honduras Erick Darío Fú Lanza Honduras Darío Mejía
Honduras Juan Carlos Espinoza Honduras Carlos "Gigio" Maldonado
Platense
Honduras Raúl Centeno Gamboa Honduras Antonio "Machangay" Amaya López Honduras Jorge Arita Neals
Honduras Fernando Nuila Honduras Margarito Bernárdez
Real España
Honduras Julio César "El Tile" Arzú Honduras Wilmer Enrique "Supermán" Cruz Honduras José Mauricio "Guicho" Fúnez Barrientos
Honduras Geovany Gayle Alarcón Honduras Ildefonso Bonilla Uruguay Jorge López Silva
Uruguay Rubén Alonso Honduras Nelson Benavídez Honduras Esteban Pitío Centeno
Honduras Juan Ramón "Montuca" Castro Honduras Edith Hernando Contreras Honduras Carlos Fernando Landa
Honduras Allan Anthony Costly Honduras Alex Geovany Ávila Honduras Marco Antonio Anariba Zelaya
Honduras Nahamán Humberto González Honduras Juan Manuel "Nito" Anariba Honduras "Yuca" López
Honduras Karl Antonio Roland Uruguay Enrique Daniel Uberty García Honduras Edgardo Emilson Soto Fajardo
Honduras Rigoberto "Rigo" González Honduras Luis "Gavilán" Cálix Honduras Junior Rashford Costly
Uruguay Carlos Reyes Honduras Carlos Orlando Caballero
Sula
Honduras Lorenzo Crisanto Batiz Honduras Amílcar Lowe Honduras Gregorio Flores
Honduras Mario Bustillo Honduras Óscar "Tigre" Carbajal Honduras Manuel Reyes Meraz
Honduras Fernando Nuila Honduras Danilo "Pilo" Henríquez Honduras Marco "Choreta" Ordóñez
Honduras Luis Alonso Zúniga Honduras Carlos Aguilar Bonilla Honduras Dennis Caballero
Honduras Óscar "Pito Loco" López Honduras Catarino Amaya Honduras Marco "Toñito" Gómez
Honduras Rigoberto Castillo Honduras Emilio "Chespirito" Hernández Costa Rica Johnny Williams
Honduras José Luis "Pili" Aguirre Honduras Roger Javier Valladares Costa Rica Mauricio Camacho
Universidad
Costa Rica Gerardo "Cholo" Villalobos Honduras César Adonis Flores Honduras Víctor Martín Castro
Victoria
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Camioncito" Duarte Honduras Jorge Alberto "Bala" Bennett Honduras Renán "Chimbo" Aguilera Contreras
Honduras Carlos Roberto "Condorito" Mejía Alvarenga Honduras Ramón Berckling
Vida
Honduras Raúl David Fúnez Honduras Wilson Omar Reyes Martínez Honduras Rudy Pine Pack
Honduras José Emilio Martínez Honduras Jorge Ernesto Pineda Honduras Rolando "Pipo" Valladares Laguna
Honduras José Danilo Carías Figueroa Honduras René Arturo David "Pupa" Martínez Honduras Carlos Ramírez

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]


Victoria 1 – 0 Curacao
Bennett Goal
La Ceiba
1988-02-27
Marathón 0 – 0 Motagua
San Pedro Sula

Relegation playoffs[edit]


Curacao 1 - 2 Sula
Tegucigalpa

Sula 0 - 0 Vida
San Pedro Sula

Pentagonal[edit]

22 October 1988
Real España 0 – 1 Motagua
San Pedro Sula
26 October 1988
Marathón 0 – 0 Real España
San Pedro Sula
27 October 1988
Olimpia 0 – 0 Motagua
Tegucigalpa
29 October 1988
Marathón 1 – 2 Olimpia
Cornet Goal Sierra Goal
Fernández Goal
San Pedro Sula
30 October 1988
Vida 1 – 2 Motagua
La Ceiba
3 November 1988
Motagua 0 – 2 Marathón
Machado Goal
Castillo Goal
Tegucigalpa
6 November 1988
Olimpia 0 – 0 Real España
Tegucigalpa
10 November 1988
Marathón 0 – 0 Motagua
San Pedro Sula
19 November 1988
Motagua 1 – 2 Real España
Tegucigalpa
23 November 1988
Real España 0 – 0 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula
30 November 1988
Real España 3 – 2 Marathón
Uberty Goal
Alonzo Goal
Cálix Goal
Machado Goal
Cornet Goal
San Pedro Sula
30 November 1988
Motagua 1 – 1 Olimpia
Pérez Goal Contreras Goal
Tegucigalpa
7 December 1988
Olimpia 2 – 1 Marathón
Contreras Goal
Flores Goal
Laing Goal
Tegucigalpa

Unknown rounds[edit]

2 March 1988
Real España 2 – 1 Sula
San Pedro Sula
3 March 1988
Olimpia 1 – 0 Vida
Tegucigalpa
12 March 1988
Real España 1 – 2 Vida
Uberti Goal
San Pedro Sula
20 March 1988
Vida 4 – 1 Platense
La Ceiba
24 March 1988
Olimpia 2 – 0 Curacao
Tegucigalpa
26 March 1988
Real España 1 – 1 Marathón
San Pedro Sula
20 July 1988
Marathón 2 – 0 Curacao
San Pedro Sula
4 August 1988
Curacao 1 – 1 Sula
Tegucigalpa
31 August 1988
Sula 1 – 1 Universidad
San Pedro Sula
17 September 1988
Platense 1 – 0 Victoria

29 September 1988
Motagua 1 – 1 Curacao
Tegucigalpa
1 October 1988
Sula 1 – 3 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula
13 October 1988
Real España 6 – 2 Sula
Anariba Goal Goal Goal Goal
Landa Goal
Chavarría Goal
Valladares Goal Goal
San Pedro Sula

Motagua 3 – 0 Universidad
Reyes Goal Goal
Yearwood Goal
Tegucigalpa