List of football clubs in Honduras

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In Honduran football, Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras is the top league followed by Liga de Ascenso. This is an incomplete list of current and past clubs.

The list[edit]

Club Ground Year founded Level
Arsenal Roatán 1999 2
Atlántida La Ceiba unknown Dissolved
Atlético Choloma Choloma 2009 1
Atlético Español Tegucigalpa unknown Dissolved
Atlético Esperanzano La Esperanza unknown 2
Atlético Gualala Gualala 2007 2
Atlético Independiente Siguatepeque 1960 2
Atlético Indio Tegucigalpa unknown Dissolved
Atlético Infop Choloma unknown 3
Atlético Junior El Negrito unknown 2
Atlético Morazán Tegucigalpa unknown Dissolved
Atlético Olanchano / Campamento Catacamas 1974 2
Atlético Portuario Puerto Cortés unknown Dissolved
Broncos Choluteca unknown Dissolved
Cruz Azul San José de Colinas unknown 2
Curacao Tegucigalpa unknown Dissolved
Dandy San Pedro Sula unknown Dissolved
Deportes Concepción San Marcos unknown 3
Deportes Progreseño El Progreso unknown Dissolved
Deportes Savio Santa Rosa de Copán 1964 1
Federal Tegucigalpa 1935 Dissolved
E.A.C.I. Olanchito unknown Dissolved
Guaimaca Guaimaca unknown 3
Hibueras La Lima unknown 3
Hispano Comayagua 1945 2
Hispano B Comayagua unknown 2
Honduras / Progreso El Progreso unknown Dissolved
Honduras Salzburg El Progreso unknown Dissolved
Independiente Villela El Progreso unknown Dissolved
Juticalpa Juticalpa unknown 2
La Salle / San Pedro San Pedro Sula unknown Dissolved
Lempira La Lima unknown Dissolved
Lenca El Progreso unknown Dissolved
Marathón San Pedro Sula 1925 1
Marathón B San Pedro Sula unknown 2
Motagua Tegucigalpa 1928 1
Motagua B Tegucigalpa unknown 2
Municipal Paceño La Paz unknown 2
Municipal Silca Silca unknown 2
Necaxa Tegucigalpa 1954 1
Olimpia Tegucigalpa 1912 1
Olimpia B Talanga unknown 2
Olimpia Occidental La Entrada unknown 2
Palestino San Pedro Sula unknown Dissolved
Parrillas One Olanchito unknown 2
Petrotela / Tela Timsa Tela unknown Dissolved
Platense Puerto Cortés 1960 1
Real Comayagua Comayagua unknown Dissolved
Real España San Pedro Sula 1929 1
Real España B San Pedro Sula unknown 2
Real Juventud Santa Bárbara 1965 2
Real Maya Danlí 1985 3
Real Sociedad Tocoa unknown 2
Social Sol Olanchito unknown 2
Sula La Lima unknown Dissolved
Súper Estrella Danlí unknown Dissolved
Tiburones Choluteca unknown Dissolved
Troya Tegucigalpa 1949 Dissolved
Unión Ájax Trujillo unknown 2
Universidad Tegucigalpa 1965 Dissolved
UNPFM Tegucigalpa unknown 2
Valencia Choluteca 2002 Dissolved
Verdún Tegucigalpa unknown Dissolved
Victoria La Ceiba 1935 1
Victoria B La Ceiba unknown 3
Vida La Ceiba 1940 1
Villanueva Villanueva unknown 3
Yoro Yoro unknown 2
  • Note: E.A.C.I. stands for Empresa Asociativa Campesina de Isletas.

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