Real Maya

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Real Maya
Real maya hon.png
Full name Real Maya Deportivo
Nickname(s) Los Militares
Founded April 7, 1985
Ground Estadio Marcelo Tinoco,
Danlí, Honduras
Ground Capacity 5,000

Real Maya was[1] a Honduran football club.

History[edit]

It was founded on 7 April 1985. It currently plays in Liga Mayor de Futbol de Honduras. They played in first division many season with many different names, being Real Maya the most used. In the 2002/2003 season they took the place of Real Comayagua.[2]

Real Patepluma[edit]

They were named Real Patepluma and moved to Santa Bárbara for their final two seasons in the top tier of Honduran football before being excluded from the league.[3]

Achievements[edit]

Domestic

1991, 2000-01
1993

International

Third Place (1): 1994

League performance[edit]

Regular season Post season
Season Pos P W D L F A PTS +/- Ded. Pos P W D L F A PTS +/-
1992-93 8th 27 8 10 9 37 34 26 +3 - Didn't enter
1993-94 7th 27 7 11 9 19 20 25 -1 - Didn't enter
1994-95 4th 27 9 10 8 28 24 37 +4 - 5th 2 1 0 1 3 4 3 -1
1995-96 7th 27 6 14 7 27 27 32 0 - Didn't enter
1996-97 9th 27 5 11 11 20 27 26 -7 - Didn't enter
1997–98 A 9th 20 4 6 10 25 29 18 -4 - Didn't enter
1997-98 C 5th 20 8 4 8 26 27 28 -1 - 6th 2 0 1 1 2 5 1 -3
1998–99 10th 18 2 9 7 12 19 15 -7 - Didn't enter
2002-03 A 9th 18 0 10 8 11 31 10 -20 +4 Didn't enter
2002-03 C 9th 18 3 6 9 11 18 15 -7 - Didn't enter
2003-04 A 10th 18 2 4 12 15 40 10 -25 - Didn't enter
  • Relegated on 1998-99.
  • As Real Patepluma on 2002-03 Clausura and 2003-04 Apertura.

Former notable players[edit]

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