C.D. Honduras Progreso
|Full name||Club Deportivo Honduras Progreso|
Conjunto de la Perla del Ulúa
|Founded||7 November 1965 as Club Deportivo Honduras |
2011 as Honduras Progreso
|Ground||Estadio Humberto Micheletti|
El Progreso, Honduras
|League||Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras|
Club Deportivo Honduras Progreso (commonly referred to as Honduras Progreso or simply Honduras), is a Honduran football club based in El Progreso, Honduras. It was founded in 1965 and currently plays in the Honduran Liga Nacional.
Club Deportivo Honduras
The club was founded in 1965 under the name Club Deportivo Honduras and is one of the League's founding clubs. They were in top flight football until 1969 where they finished last and were relegated to Segunda División (Second Division), and soon after dissolved.
After many years of absence in Honduran professional football, the club was brought back as Club Deportivo Honduras Progreso in 2011.
Former national goalkeeper Wilmer Cruz became manager in 2013 but only earned his coaching licence in summer 2013. In December 2015 they beat Motagua 4–1 to win the 2015 Apertura league title with The honduran coach, Héctor Castellón.
Not a big rivality, but when Honduras Progreso was in ￼￼Segunda División de Honduras they played a Lot of friendlies and Copa del Supercampeon against Real España, those have bien really good games. In second division Yoro FC, Juticalpa FC, Atlético Municipal, and Atlético de Choloma.
League and cups performance
|1965–66||6th||8–3–7 (26:25)||Not applicable||Not held||Didn't enter|
|1968–69||9th||5–8–14 (20:53)||Group stage||Not held|
|1969–70||10th||5–7–15 (28:45)||Not held|
|2014–15 A||4th||7–7–4 (34:31)||Playoffs||1–0–1 (4:4)||Quarterfinals||Not held|
|2014–15 C||8th||5–3–10 (26:35)||Didn't enter|
|2015–16 A||1st||11–3–4 (31:21)||Winners||1–3–0 (5:4)||Quarterfinals||Didn't enter|
|2015–16 C||8th||3–6–9 (21:30)||Didn't enter|
|2016–17 A||7th||7–3–8 (23:31)||Round of 32||Runners-up||Group stage|
|2016–17 C||4th||9–4–5 (28:26)||Runners-up||2–1–3 (8:12)|
|2017–18 A||10th||4–1–13 (26:37)||Didn't enter||Not held||Didn't enter||Round of 16|
|2017–18 C||5th||8–2–8 (22:30)||Playoffs||0–2–0 (1:1)|
|2018–19 A||7th||6–4–8 (27:31)||Didn't enter||Round of 32||Didn't enter|
|2016–17 CONCACAF Champions League||2–1–1 (4:4)||Group stage|
|2017 CONCACAF League||0–0–2 (0:2)||Round of 16|
All-time record v other clubs
- As of 9 August 2017
This section does not cite any sources. (October 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Historical list of coaches
- LaPrensa.hn – Motagua se impone al Honduras de El Progreso – 5 January 2013
- Wilmer Cruz: A Tosello lo dejaron dirigir fácilmente Archived 2013-10-30 at the Wayback Machine – Tiempo (in Spanish)
- ¡Honduras Progreso, el nuevo rey de la Liga Nacional! – Diez (in Spanish)
- Wilmer Cruz, nuevo técnico del Honduras de El Progreso – La Prensa (in Spanish)
- Héctor Castellón ya mete mano en el Honduras Progreso – Diez (in Spanish)
|This article about a Honduran football club is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|