1995–96 Honduran Liga Nacional

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Liga Nacional
Season 1995–96
Champions Olimpia (12th)
Relegated Broncos
CONCACAF Champions' Cup Olimpia
Real España
Matches played 149
Goals scored 338 (2.27 per match)
Top goalscorer Castro (14)
All statistics correct as of 26 May 1996.

The 1995–96 Honduran Liga Nacional season was the 30th edition of the Honduran Liga Nacional. The format of the tournament remained the same as the previous season. Club Deportivo Olimpia won the title[1] after defeating Real C.D. España in the finals. Both teams qualified to the 1997 CONCACAF Champions' Cup.

1995–96 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Olimpia[a] 27 12 11 4 48 25 +23 47 Qualification for Final Round[b]
2 Victoria 27 12 10 5 38 27 +11 46
3 Motagua 27 11 7 9 36 28 +8 40
4 Platense 27 10 7 10 29 31 −2 37
5 Marathón 27 9 9 9 32 31 +1 36
6 Real España 27 9 9 9 32 33 −1 36
7 Real Maya 27 6 14 7 27 27 0 32
8 Vida 27 5 14 8 25 37 −12 29
9 Independiente Villela 27 4 15 8 24 32 −8 27
10 Broncos 27 3 12 12 19 39 −20 21 Relegation to Segunda División[c]
Source:
Notes:
  1. ^ Olimpia secured Final spot.
  2. ^ Top 6 qualify to Final round.
  3. ^ Broncos relegated to Segunda División.

Final round[edit]

Hexagonal[edit]

  • Motagua won 3–2 on aggregated.
  • Real España won 1–0 on aggregated.
  • Victoria won 2–0 on aggregated.

Triangular[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Real España 4 2 0 2 7 6 +1 6 Qualification for Final[a]
2 Victoria 4 2 0 2 5 5 0 6
3 Motagua 4 2 0 2 5 6 −1 6
Source:
Notes:
  1. ^ Real España qualifies to the Final.

Final[edit]

Played between winners of regular season and final round.

Olimpia
Real España
  • Olimpia won 3–0 on aggregated.

Top scorer[edit]

  • Honduras Geovanny Castro (Motagua) with 14 goals

Squads[edit]

Broncos
Honduras Fidel Mejía Honduras José Luis "Pili" Aguirre El Salvador Carlos Coreas
Paraguay Julio César Chávez
Independiente Villela
Uruguay Enrique Daniel Uberti García Honduras Mauricio Edgardo Figueroa Honduras Edgardo Emilson Soto Fajardo
Brazil Adalto Da Silva Uruguay Julio César Pereira Uruguay Washington Rodríguez
Costa Rica Pedro Cubillo
Marathón
Honduras Dangelo Daltino Bautista Brazil José Cristiano Pinheiro de Araujo Honduras Walter "Gualala" Trejo
Honduras José Ulloa Villatoro Honduras Antonio Rudón Arita Honduras Pompilio Cacho Valerio
Honduras Edwin Alexander Medina Brazil Julio César Santos Honduras Jorge Ferdín
Honduras Wilmer Andrés Roque Honduras Carlos Aragón Honduras Víctor Coello
Brazil Jurandir de Jesús Damascena Honduras Luis Orlando "El Chinito" Reyes Santos Honduras José Erasmo "Urco" Crisanto Castillo
Honduras Marco Vinicio "Chacal" Ortega Honduras César Adonis Flores Honduras Behiker Bustillo
Honduras Ciro Paulino "Palic" Castillo Brazil Octavio Santana Honduras Mario Beata
Motagua
Honduras Wilmer Enrique "Supermán" Cruz Honduras Giovanni "Venado" Castro Honduras Ramón "Romerito" Romero
Honduras Mario Chirinos Colombia Oscar Valencia Honduras Edgar Sierra
Brazil Denilson Costa de Oliveira Honduras Víctor Sebastián Zúniga Honduras Marco Antonio Anariba Zelaya
Brazil Paulo César de Oliveira Peru David Wendell
Olimpia
Honduras Gustavo Cálix Argentina Carlos Enrique Prono Honduras Nahúm Alberto Espinoza Zerón
Honduras Eduardo Arriola Honduras Christian Santamaría Honduras Merlyn Membreño
Honduras Juan Carlos Espinoza Honduras Norberto Martinez Uruguay Carlos José Laje Moreno
Honduras Eugenio Dolmo Flores Honduras Danilo "Pollo" Galindo Honduras Jorge Samuel Caballero
Honduras Marlon "Pitufo" Hernández Honduras Alex Pineda Chacón Ecuador John Bermeo
Platense
Honduras Óscar René Contreras Honduras Marco Antonio Mejía Honduras Jorge Arita Neals
Honduras Erick Jerezano Jackson Honduras Alexis Iván Duarte Honduras José Luis "Runga" Piota
Panama Franklin Delgado Panama Ricardo James Panama Fernando Bolívar
Panama Ferdín Sánchez Samaniego Argentina Sergio Díaz Argentina Carlos Bechtoldt
Uruguay Alvaro Izquierdo
Real España
Honduras Luis Antonio López Honduras Erick Villanueva Honduras José Mauricio "Guicho" Fúnez Barrientos
Honduras Gustavo Adolfo Gallegos Honduras Walter Lagos Aplícano Honduras Camilo Bonilla
Honduras José "Picardía" Padilla Honduras Marlon Javier Monge Honduras Víctor Martín Castro
Honduras Edgar Antonio Figueroa Honduras Luis Orlando "Caralampio" Vallejo Arguijo Honduras Miguel Ángel "Gallo" Mariano
Honduras Jaime Ruiz Honduras José Luis López Honduras César Clother
Uruguay Víctor de los Santos Honduras Edward "Güicho" Barahona Honduras Raúl Dolmo
Uruguay Washington Leonardo "Piojo" Hernández Honduras Milton "Chocolate" Flores
Real Maya
Honduras Nelson Rolando Rosales Honduras Edgardo Geovany "Yura" Róchez Argentina Gustavo Ochoa
Costa Rica Francisco Acuña
Victoria
Honduras Raúl Martínez Sambulá Honduras Enrique Reneau Honduras César Castro
Honduras Renán "Chimbo" Aguilera Contreras Costa Rica Floyd Guthrie Panama Percival Piggott
Uruguay Alvaro Roberto Izquierdo
Vida
Honduras Marvin Geovany "Mango" Henríquez Honduras Rossel Cacho Honduras Irineo Núñez
Honduras Clayd Lester Marson Honduras Nigel Zúniga Honduras Carlos Monchín Rodríguez
Honduras Raúl Centeno Gamboa Honduras René Arturo David "Pupa" Martínez Honduras Dennis Antonio Piedy
Honduras Jorge Ernesto Pineda Honduras Carlos Matamoros Honduras Pablo Valencia

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

Marathón 2–2 Real Maya
Castillo Goal
San Pedro Sula

Unknown rounds[edit]

Platense 1–0 Real España
Puerto Cortés
Referee: Óscar Javier Bardales
Olimpia 0–0 Vida
Tegucigalpa
Real Maya 1–1 Olimpia
Rosa Goal
Siguatepeque
Vida 1–0 Independiente
La Ceiba
Real España 2–1 Independiente
San Pedro Sula
Olimpia 1–1 Independiente
Tegucigalpa
Referee: Óscar Leónidas Díaz
Real España 3–2 Olimpia
Pavón Goal
San Pedro Sula
Broncos 3–2 Independiente
Uberti Goal
Choluteca
Independiente 1–1 Marathón
San Pedro Sula
Real Maya 1–2 Marathón
Siguatepeque
Marathón 0–0 Broncos
San Pedro Sula
Real España Olimpia
San Pedro Sula
Motagua 3–1 Vida
Tegucigalpa
Victoria 3–1 Real Maya
Benguché Goal
Izquierdo Goal
Centeno Goal
Lagos Goal
La Ceiba
Attendance: 1,603
Independiente 0–1 Olimpia
Espinoza Goal
San Pedro Sula
Olimpia 7–0 Real España
M. Hernández Goal Goal Goal Goal Goal
Flores Goal Goal
Tegucigalpa
Platense 1–0 Real España
Puerto Cortés
Broncos 2–0 Vida
Choluteca
Motagua 0–2 Real España
Tegucigalpa
Vida 0–5 Real España
La Ceiba
Motagua 3–1 Platense

References[edit]

  1. ^ RSSSF.com – Honduras 1995/96 – 11 December 2009