Promotion and relegation in Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras

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History[edit]

  • From 1965–66 to present [1]
Season Promoted Relegated
1965–66 none none
1966–67 none Troya
1967–68 Atlético Indio San Pedro
1968–69 Victoria Atlético Español
1969–70 Lempira Progreso
1970–71 Atlético Español Victoria
1971–72 Troya Lempira
1972–73 Universidad none
1973–74 none Troya
1974–75 Federal Atlético Indio
1975–76 Atlántida Atlántida
1976–77 Campamento Campamento
1977–78 Victoria Federal
1978–79 Tiburones Tiburones
1979–80 Atlético Portuario Atlético Portuario
1980–81 Atlético Morazán none
1981–82 Independiente Villela Platense and Universidad
1982–83 Dandy Independiente Villela
1983–84 Platense Dandy
1984–85 Sula Sula
1985–86 Tela Timsa Universidad
1986–87 E.A.C.I. Tela Timsa
1987–88 Universidad E.A.C.I.
1988–89 Curaçao Universidad
1989–90 Súper Estrella Curaçao
1990–91 Tela Timsa Sula
1991–92 Atlético Indio Atlético Indio
1992–93 Real Maya Súper Estrella
1993–94 Deportes Progreseño Petrotela
1994–95 Broncos Deportes Progreseño
1995–96 Independiente Villela Broncos
1996–97 Universidad none
1997–98 Palestino Independiente Villela and Palestino
1998–99 Broncos Real Maya
1999–00 Federal Federal
2000–01 Deportes Savio Broncos
2001–02 Real Maya Deportes Savio
2002–03 Honduras Salzburg Victoria
2003–04 Atlético Olanchano Real Patepluma
2004–05 Valencia Atlético Olanchano
2005–06 Hispano Hispano
2006–07 Atlético Olanchano Broncos UNAH
2007–08 Deportes Savio Atlético Olanchano
2008–09 Real Juventud Real Juventud
2009–10 Atlético Gualala Real Juventud
2010–11 Necaxa Hispano
2011–12 Atlético Choloma Platense
2012–13 Parrillas One Atlético Choloma

Name and franchise changes[edit]

  • La Salle changed its name to San Pedro in 1966–67.
  • Honduras changed its name to Progreso in 1969–70.
  • Verdún bought Atlético Español's franchise in 1971–72.
  • Broncos bought Verdún's franchise in 1972–73.
  • Universidad bought Broncos's franchise in 1982–83 and changed its name to Broncos UNAH.
  • Broncos UNAH changed its name back to Universidad in 1983–84.
  • Atlético Morazán changed its name to Juventud Morazánica in 1983–84.
  • Sula bought Juventud Morazanica's franchise in 1985–86 and changed its name to Juventud de Sula.
  • Juventud de Sula changed its name back to Sula in 1986–87.
  • Tela Timsa changed its name to Petrotela in 1991–92.
  • Real Comayagua bought Real Maya's franchise in 2001–02.
  • Real Maya bought Real Comayagua's franchise in 2002–03.
  • Real Maya changed its name to Real Patepluma in 2002–03 Clausura.
  • Honduras Salzburg withdrew for 2003–04, thereby leaving Victoria, who had actually been relegated in 2002–03.
  • Universidad changed its name to Broncos UNAH in 2006–07.
  • Hispano bought Valencia's franchise in 2006–07.
  • Atlético Gualala and Real Juventud merge and kept the name Real Juventud in 2009–10.
  • Platense bought Necaxa's franchise in 2012–13.[2]

Promotions and relegations by club[edit]

  • As of April 2013
Club Promotions Relegations
Universidad / Broncos UNAH 3 4
Atlético Indio 2 2
Victoria 2 2
Federal 2 2
Independiente Villela 2 2
Tela Timsa / Petrotela 2 2
Broncos 2 2
Real Maya / Real Patepluma 2 2
Atlético Olanchano 2 2
Real Juventud / Atlético Gualala 2 2
Deportes Savio 2 1
Troya 1 2
Sula 1 2
Hispano 1 2
Platense 1 2
Atlético Español 1 1
Lempira 1 1
Atlántida 1 1
Campamento 1 1
Tiburones 1 1
Atlético Portuario 1 1
Dandy 1 1
E.A.C.I. 1 1
Curaçao 1 1
Súper Estrella 1 1
Deportes Progreseño 1 1
Palestino 1 1
Atlético Choloma 1 1
Atlético Morazán 1 0
Honduras Salzburg 1 0
Valencia 1 0
Necaxa 1 0
San Pedro 0 1
Progreso 0 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cupo para uno" (in Spanish). Diario La Prensa. 2006-06-22. Retrieved 2006-06-22. 
  2. ^ ElHeraldo.hn – Platense compró categoría a Necaxa y se mantiene en Primera División – 25 May 2012