1985–86 Honduran Liga Nacional

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Liga Nacional
Season 1985–86
Champions Marathón (2nd)
Relegated Universidad
CONCACAF Champions' Cup Marathón
Motagua
Matches played 104
Goals scored 186 (1.79 per match)
Top goalscorer Flores (9)

The 1985–86 Honduran Liga Nacional season was the 20th edition of the Honduran Liga Nacional. The format of the tournament consisted of two groups of five followed by a 4-team playoff round. C.D. Marathón won the title[1] after winning the final round and qualified to the 1986 CONCACAF Champions' Cup along with C.D. Motagua.

1985–86 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings Group A[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Olimpia 18 8 7 3 20 11 +9 23 Qualified to the Final round
2 Marathón 18 8 7 3 23 15 +8 23
3 Platense 18 4 10 4 15 16 −1 18
4 Victoria 18 5 7 6 11 14 −3 17
5 Tela Timsa 18 5 4 9 12 20 −8 14 Relegation playoff
  • Olimpia and Marathón qualified to the Final round.
  • Tela Timsa forced to play a relegation playoff against last place from Group B.

Standings Group B[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Vida 18 7 8 3 24 12 +12 22 Qualified to the Final round
2 Motagua 18 5 9 4 12 17 −5 19
3 Real España 18 5 7 6 22 20 +2 17
4 Juventud de Sula 18 4 7 7 10 16 −6 15
5 Universidad 18 4 4 10 13 22 −9 12 Relegation playoff
  • Vida and Motagua qualified to the Final round.
  • Universidad forced to play a relegation playoff against last place from Group A.

Final round[edit]

Cuadrangular standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1 Marathón 6 4 1 1 7 5 +2 9
2 Vida 6 3 1 2 6 4 +2 7
3 Motagua 6 2 2 2 6 6 0 6
4 Olimpia 6 0 2 4 4 8 −4 2
  • Marathón declared champions as winner of cuadrangular.

Relegation playoff[edit]

  • Universidad relegated to second division.

Top scorer[edit]

  • Honduras Juan Flores (Olimpia) with 9 goals

Squads[edit]

Juventud de Sula
Honduras Marco Antonio "Machaca" Soriano Honduras Jorge Hibrán Maldonado Honduras Ramón Edgardo Moradel Zapata
Honduras José Manuel Enamorado Díaz Honduras Julián Núñez
Marathón
Honduras Erasmo "Chícharo" Guerrero Honduras Francisco Adelmo Herrera Honduras Óscar "Moro" Bardales
Honduras Ciro Paulino "Palic" Castillo Honduras Pastor Martínez Honduras Vicente Suazo
Honduras Herminio Villalobos Honduras Osmán Madrid Honduras Suamy Álvarez
Honduras David Ponce Honduras Norman Lobo Honduras Gilberto Leonel Machado García
Honduras Amílcar Lanza Honduras Erasmo Castillo Honduras Jorge Alberto "Cuca" Bueso Iglesias
Honduras Rodolfo Richardson Smith Honduras José Luis "Joche" Alvarado Honduras Roy Arturo Padilla Bardales
Honduras Árnold Vladimir López Honduras Oswaldo Zaldívar Honduras Juan Contreras
Honduras Aparicio Colón Honduras Jorge Martínez Honduras Miguel Lanza
Honduras Mario "El Chino" Romero Honduras Nicolas "Nico" Suazo Honduras Roy Padilla Bardales
Honduras Marco "Tono" García Honduras Delio Billonay Fajardo
Honduras Árnold López Honduras Pablo Madrid
Motagua
Honduras José Luis Cruz Figueroa Honduras Juan Gómez Ortiz Honduras Marco Tulio "Pollo" Suazo
Honduras Amílcar Leonel Suazo Honduras Oscar Medina Argentina Luis Oswaldo "Che" Altamirano
Honduras Antonio "Toño" Obando Honduras Frank Ponce
Olimpia
Honduras Raúl Martínez Sambulá Honduras Juan Alberto Flores Maradiaga Honduras Jorge Alberto "Perro" González
Honduras José Emilio Martínez Honduras Fernando Tovar Durón Honduras Roberto Reynaldo "Robot" Bailey Sargent
Honduras Juan Carlos Espinoza Honduras Carlos "Gigio" Maldonado Honduras Roger Javier Valladares
Honduras Óscar Banegas Honduras Juan Ramón Soler Honduras Osman Madrid
Honduras Antonio "Flaco" Hernández Honduras Francisco "Pancho" González Honduras Dario Mejía
Honduras Prudencio "Tecate" Norales
Platense
Honduras Manuel Zúniga Honduras Juan Jerezano Honduras Jorge Arita Neals
Honduras Wilfredo Brown Honduras Tomás Centeno López Honduras Iván Chavarría
Honduras Luis Núñez Honduras Carlos Deras Honduras Eleázar Peña
Honduras Noé Meza Honduras Florentino Arriola Honduras Mauro Rivas
Honduras Hever Miranda Honduras Ramón Cruz Colíndrez Honduras Domingo Drummond
Honduras Pedro Alvarez Honduras Marco Antonio Valdez Honduras Oscar Claros
Honduras Guillermo Bernárdez Honduras Carlos Zavala Honduras Armando López "Babalaba" Bodden
Honduras Eugenio Dolmo Flores Honduras Obdulio Vásquez Honduras Leo Assís
Honduras Armando Rivera Honduras German "Niño" Bernárdez Honduras Gerald Vargas Droumond
Honduras Raúl Centeno Gamboa Honduras Luis Rodríguez Honduras Juan Ramón Palacios
Honduras Jorge Irías Honduras Martín García Honduras Eduardo Gámez
Honduras Carlos Velásquez Honduras Juan "Nito" Anariba Honduras Carlos Aguilar
Honduras Eduardo Laing Honduras Gerardo "Coco" Urbina Honduras German Guzmán
Real España
Honduras José Mauricio "Guicho" Fúnez Barrientos Honduras Wilmer Enrique "Supermán" Cruz Honduras Karl Antonio Roland
Honduras Esteban Centeno Pitillo Honduras Luis Laing Honduras Junior Rashford Costly
Honduras Manuel Fuentes López Honduras Carlos Orlando Caballero Honduras Óscar Machigua
Honduras Jaime Villegas Honduras Luis Fuentes Honduras José Ramos
Honduras Arnaldo Herrera Honduras Pedro Castro Honduras Nelson Benavídez
Honduras Hernán Santiago "Cortés" García Martínez Honduras Edgardo Emilson Soto Fajardo Honduras Marco Antonio Anariba Zelaya
Honduras Jimmy Steward Honduras Nahúm Alberto Espinoza Zerón Honduras Edith Hernando Contreras
Honduras Miguel Antonio "Hino" Mathews Honduras Edy "Tibombo" Contreras Honduras Pablo Orellana
Honduras Clinton Campbell Honduras Ildefonso Bonilla Honduras Álex Geovany Ávila Honduras Juan Manuel "Nito" Anariva Honduras Moises "El Chafa" Barahona
Tela Timsa
Honduras Julio César "El Tile" Arzú Honduras Raúl David Fúnez Honduras Jimmy James Bailey
Honduras Francisco Javier Toledo Honduras Víctor Hugo Salgado Honduras Luis "Gavilán" Cálix
Honduras Carlos Acosta Honduras Carlos Flores Honduras Mario Coto
Honduras Allan Anthony Costly Honduras Noel Omar "Carguero" Renderos Honduras Gustavo Cálix
Honduras Salvador "Vayoy" Martínez Honduras Víctor Laboriel
Universidad
Honduras José Omar Macedo Honduras José Marcial "Canelo" Murillo
Victoria
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Camioncito" Duarte Honduras Luis Azneth Ortiz Honduras Miguel Angel "Primitivo" Ortiz
Honduras Ramón Berckling Honduras José Manuel Vaquedano Honduras David Goff
Vida
Honduras Marvin Geovany "Mango" Henríquez Honduras Wilson Omar Reyes Martínez Honduras Juan Dolmo "Juanito" Arzú
Honduras Carlos Humberto "Papeto" Lobo Honduras Ramón "Pollo" Calderón Honduras Oscar Escobar
Honduras Rolando "Pipo" Valladares Laguna Honduras Natividad Morales Barrios Honduras Matilde Selím Lacayo
Honduras Rudy Alberto Williams Honduras Marco Tulio "Zocadito" Zelaya

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

1985-05-19
Real España 2–3 Marathón
López Goal
San Pedro Sula

Cuadrangular[edit]

1985-11-10
Marathón 2–1 Motagua
Machado Goal
Castillo Goal
Velásquez Goal
San Pedro Sula

1985-11-13
Marathón 1–1 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula

1985-11-17
Olimpia 1–1 Motagua
Espinoza Goal Altamirano Goal
Tegucigalpa

1985-11-27
Olimpia 0–1 Vida
Tegucigalpa

1985-11-27
Motagua 2–0 Marathón
Velásquez Goal
Suazo Goal
Tegucigalpa

1985-12-01
Olimpia 0–1 Marathón
Tegucigalpa

1985-12-04
Marathón 1–0 Vida
Bardales Goal
San Pedro Sula

1985-12-04
Motagua 2–1 Olimpia
Suazo Goal
Obando Goal
Maldonado Goal
Tegucigalpa

Unknown rounds[edit]

2 June 1985
Real España 2–2 Vida
San Pedro Sula

9 June 1985
Platense 4–0 Universidad
Centeno Goal Goal Goal Goal
Puerto Cortés

10 August 1985
Platense 1–0 Olimpia
Neals Goal
San Pedro Sula

1 September 1985
Platense 1–0 Victoria
Guzmán Goal
San Pedro Sula

15 September 1985
Vida 4–0 Tela Timsa
La Ceiba

29 September 1985
Juventud de Sula 2–1 Victoria
Enamorado Goal
Manzanares Goal
Crisanto Goal
San Pedro Sula

29 September 1985
Marathón 1–2 Olimpia
Martínez Goal González Goal
Flores Goal
San Pedro Sula

3 October 1985
Olimpia 0–0 Motagua
Tegucigalpa

23 October 1985
Motagua 0–5 Vida
Tegucigalpa

3 November 1985
Universidad 1–1 Vida
Tegucigalpa

3 November 1985
Olimpia 2–2 Real España
Tegucigalpa


Tela Timsa 1–1 Platense
Tela

Trivia[edit]

  • The clubs were divided into two groups of five for the first time in the League.
  • Positions in the regular season were irrelevant. The team with most points in the Final round were declared champions.
  • This was the season with the less goals scored so far, only 187 goals in 104 games.[2]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ RSSSF.com–Honduras - Final Tables 1965/66-1994/95–11 December 2009
  2. ^ LaPrensa.hn–Viene el gol 16,000 Archived December 16, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.–7 August 2010 (in Spanish)