Real Maya

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Real Maya
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Full name Real Maya Deportivo
Nickname(s) Los Militares
Founded 7 April 1985; 29 years ago (1985-04-07)
Ground Estadio Marcelo Tinoco,
Danlí, Honduras
Ground Capacity 5,000

Real Maya was[1] a Honduran football club.

History[edit]

The club was founded on 7 April 1985. They played in first division many season with many different names, Real Maya being 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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