1994–95 Honduran Liga Nacional

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LINA
Season 1994-95
Champions Victoria
(1st title)
Relegated Deportes Progreseño
CONCACAF Champions Cup Real España
Motagua
CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup Marathón
Top goalscorer Alex Geovanny Avila (14)

The 1994-95 season in Honduran football league had 3 legs against each team and six classified to the playoffs in which the 1st played the 6th the 2nd played the 5th and the 3rd played the 4th.

Olimpia finalized first with 63 points and eliminated Marathon who were sixth, Motagua had classified as second was eliminated by the fourth place Victoria and the other series was won by Real España who defeated Real Maya.

The final round was won by Victoria which was a league where everyone played everyone. But Olimpia has won the first round had the right to play the final. The first leg was tied 0-0 in La Ceiba Victoria was led by Renan "el Chimbo" Aguilera as the captain of the team and midfielder. And at the decisive match Victoria's Enrique Centeno Renau scored the winning goal tying the match 1-1 which gave them the advantage of away goals.

Victoria's manager was the Uruguayan Julio González.

1994-95 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Olimpia 27 19 6 2 48 13 +35 63 Qualification to Final Round
2 Motagua 27 15 9 3 42 21 +21 54
3 Real España 27 10 9 8 27 23 +4 39
4 Real Maya 27 9 10 8 28 24 +4 37
5 Victoria 27 9 10 8 29 29 0 37
6 Marathón 27 9 7 11 34 33 +1 34
7 Vida 27 8 9 10 38 41 −3 33
8 Platense 27 5 10 12 18 28 −10 25
9 Broncos 27 3 12 12 23 41 −18 21
10 Deportes Progreseño 27 4 6 17 20 54 −34 18 Relegation to Second division
  • Olimpia clinched final spot as regular season winner.
  • Top 6 qualify for final round.
  • Deportes Progreseño relegated to second division.

Final round[edit]

Hexagonal[edit]

1995-05-27
Marathón 1 - 1 Olimpia
1995-05-28
Victoria 2 - 0 Motagua
Sambulá Goal
Reyes Goal
1995-05-28
Real Maya 2 - 1 Real España
Pérez Goal
Lagos Goal
Vallejo Goal

1995-06-01
Olimpia 0 - 0 Marathón
1995-06-03
Real España 3 - 1 Real Maya
Núñez Goal Goal
Vallejo Goal
Lagos Goal
1995-06-04
Motagua 2 - 4 Victoria
de Oliveira Goal
Avila Goal
Izquierdo Goal Goal
Guthrie Goal Goal
  • Olimpia advanced on away goals.

Triangular standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Victoria 4 3 0 1 7 5 +2 9 Qualification to Final
2 Real España 4 1 1 2 6 6 0 4
3 Olimpia 4 1 1 2 5 7 −2 4
  • Victoria clinched final spot as triangular winner.

Final[edit]


Olimpia
Victoria
GK Honduras Belarmino Rivera
DF Honduras Arnold Cruz
DF Honduras Rudy Williams
Substitutions:
FW Brazil

Denilson Costa

Manager:
GK Honduras Carlos Padilla
DF Honduras Miguel Güity
DF Honduras Raúl Martínez
DF Honduras José García
DF Honduras Javier Martínez
MF Honduras Erick Fú Lanza
MF Honduras Renán Aguilera
MF Costa Rica Floyd Guthrie
FW Honduras Enrique Reneau
FW Colombia Juan Reyes
FW Uruguay Álvaro Izquierdo
Substitutions:
Manager:
Uruguay Julio González
  • Olimpia 1–1 Victoria on aggregate; Victoria won on away goals.
Liga Nacional
1994–95 Champion
C.D. Victoria
1st title

Top scorer[edit]

  • Honduras Alex Geovanny Avila (Motagua) with 14 goals

Squads[edit]

Broncos
Honduras Bayardo Torres
Deportes Progreseño
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Bala" Bennett Honduras Oscar Gerardo "Maradona" Cruz Honduras Edith Hernando Contreras
Honduras Carlos Aragón Honduras Wilmer Andrés Roque
Marathón
Honduras Dangelo Daltino Bautista Honduras Alfonso Sabillón Honduras Walter "Gualala" Trejo
Honduras Marco Vinicio "Chacal" Ortega Honduras Luis Alexander Quezada Honduras José Erasmo "Urco" Crisanto Castillo
Honduras Ciro Paulino "Palic" Castillo Brazil Octavio Santana Honduras Mario Beata
Honduras Troy Anderson Honduras César Adonis Flores Honduras Luis Orlando "Chinito" Reyes Santos
Honduras José Ulloa Villatoro Honduras Luis "Gavilán" Cálix Honduras José Luis "Pili" Aguirre
Honduras Edwin Alexander Medina Honduras Nicolás Suazo Velásquez Honduras Víctor Coello
Costa Rica Pedro Cubillo
Motagua
Honduras Marvin Geovany "Mango" Henríquez Honduras Wilmer Enrique "Supermán" Cruz Honduras Alex Geovany Ávila
Brazil Paulo Oliveira
Olimpia
Honduras Óscar Banegas Uruguay Carlos José Laje Moreno Brazil Denilson Costa de Oliveira
Honduras Nahúm Alberto Espinoza Zerón Honduras Christian Santamaría Honduras Marlon Alexander Hernández
Honduras Arnold Cruz Honduras Rudy Alberto Williams Honduras Juan Alberto Flores Maradiaga
Platense
Honduras Marlon Javier Monge Honduras Rossel Cacho
Honduras José Luis "Runga" Piota Honduras Mauricio Edgardo Figueroa Honduras Jorge Arita Neals
Real España
Honduras Milton "Chocolate" Flores Honduras José Mauricio "Guicho" Fúnez Barrientos Honduras Gustavo Adolfo Gallegos
Honduras Luis Orlando "Caralampio" Vallejo Arguijo Honduras Marco Antonio Anariba Zelaya Honduras Miguel Angel "Gallo" Mariano
Honduras Camilo Bonilla Paz Honduras Norman "Tedy" Martínez Honduras Milton “Tyson” Núñez
Uruguay Enrique Daniel Uberti García Uruguay Washington Leonardo "Piojo" Hernández Honduras Víctor Martín Castro
Honduras Erick Gerardo Gallegos
Real Maya
Honduras Edgar Antonio Figueroa Honduras Víctor Sebastián Zúniga Honduras Nelson Rolando Rosales
Honduras Edgardo Geovany "Yura" Róchez
Victoria
Honduras Roberto Carlos "Chato" Padilla Ramírez Honduras Mario Guerrero Honduras Javier Martínez
Honduras Geovany Gayle Alarcón Honduras Raúl Martínez Sambulá Costa Rica Floyd Guthrie
Colombia Juan Reyes Gruesso Uruguay Alvaro Roberto Izquierdo Honduras Rossel Hugo Vilorio
Honduras Mario Lanza Honduras Eduardo Arriola Honduras Hernán Fúnez
Honduras Miguel Arcángel Güity Honduras Víctor Garay Honduras Erick Darío Fú Lanza
Honduras Renán "Chimbo" Aguilera Contreras Honduras Enrique Reneau Honduras José Antonio García Bernárdez
Vida
Honduras René Arturo David "Pupa" Martínez Honduras Jorge Ernesto Pineda Honduras Dennis Antonio Pieddy
Honduras Clayd Lester Marson

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]


Real Maya 0 – 1 Olimpia
Santamaría Goal

Round 2[edit]

1994-10-30
Real España 0 - 2 Real Maya
San Pedro Sula
1994-10-30
Olimpia 5 - 0 Deportes Progreseño
Tegucigalpa

Round 3[edit]

1994-11-06
Broncos 3 - 1 Platense
Monjarás

Triangular[edit]

1995-06-21
Real España 3 - 1 Olimpia
Núñez Goal
Bonilla Goal
Pavón Goal
Flores Goal
San Pedro Sula
1995-07-02
Olimpia 1 - 1 Real España
Costa Goal Castro Goal
Tegucigalpa

Unknown rounds[edit]

27 November 1994
Vida 0 – 4 Olimpia
La Ceiba
4 January 1995
Marathón 5 – 1 Vida
San Pedro Sula
5 February 1995
16:00
Motagua 1 – 1 Olimpia
Oliveira Goal Flores Goal
Tegucigalpa
Referee: Argelio Sabillón
17 February 1995
18:30
Real España 2 – 1 Marathón
Martínez Goal Goal Santana Goal
San Pedro Sula
Referee: ?
22 February 1995
Deportes Progreseño 0 – 5 Victoria
San Pedro Sula
4 March 1995
Deportes Progreseño 1 – 3 Real Maya
San Pedro Sula
23 April 1995
Deportes Progreseño 1 – 2 Motagua
El Progreso
7 May 1995
Motagua 2 – 0 Real Maya
Guevara Goal
Tegucigalpa
13 May 1995
Real España 2 – 1 Motagua

14 May 1995
Vida 7 – 1 Broncos
Pineda Goal Goal Goal
Castro Goal Goal
Pieddy Goal
Dolmo Goal
Ochoa
La Ceiba
11 June 1995
Olimpia 3 – 1 Victoria
Tegucigalpa

Marathón 0 – 1 Motagua
San Pedro Sula

Motagua 1 – 1 Marathón
Tegucigalpa