C.D. Real Sociedad

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Not to be confused with Real Sociedad.
Real Sociedad
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Full name Club Deportivo Real Sociedad
Nickname(s) La Realeza (The Royalty)
Los Aceiteros (The [Palm] Oilers)
Founded 1986; 30 years ago (1986)
Ground Estadio Francisco Martínez Durón
Tocoa, Colón
Ground Capacity 6,000
Owner Ricardo Elencoff
Manager Mauro Reyes
League Liga de Nacional
2014–15 Clausura 5th

Club Deportivo Real Sociedad, commonly known as Real Sociedad (pronounced: [ˈkluβ ðeporˈtiβo reˈal sosjeˈðað]), is a Honduran football club based on Tocoa, Colón, Honduras.

History[edit]

Real Sociedad was promoted to first division after becoming Liga de Ascenso 2011–12 apertura champion and later winning promotion final against Parrillas One. They finished last in their first season, forcing the team's directives to make bold movements to avoid relegation. For the clausura tournament the Tocoeños signed Honduran international and star, Julio César de León, among other renowned players like Elkin González, Juan Cárcamo, and goalkeeper Sandro Carcamo. The experience these players brought to the team, helped the surge of Rony Martínez, Diego Reyes, and José Barralaga. The club would eventually finish 2nd place for the regular season, advancing directly to semi-finals. They went faced Victoria, whom they defeated 3–0 away, practically sentencing the series. The Aceiteros would qualify to their first historic final by drawing 2–2 in Estadio Francisco Martinez. They faced Olimpia in the finals. At home they defeated Olimpia 1–0 with a goal from Diego Reyes. In the away game they lost 2–0, losing their historic final with a 1–2 aggregate.

Achievements[edit]

Real Sociedad qualified to their first final just after one year of being promoted into the first division. They defeated Victoria 5–2 aggregate and later faced Olimpia, giving Colón its first final in history.

Domestic

Runner-up (3): Clausura 2012, Apertura 2013, Clausura 2016
Winner (1): Apertura 2011
Runner-up (3): 1997-98, Clausura 2011, Clausura 2012.



Domestic history[edit]

Season League Post Season Honduran Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Stg. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Pos. GS GA Name League
2012–13 1st Apertura 10th 18 4 5 9 13 21 17 N/A - Rony Martínez 12 Honduras Raúl Martínez Sambulá
Colombia Jairo Ríos
Clausura 2nd 18 8 6 4 23 13 30 Runner-up 6 4
2013–14 1st Apertura 1st 18 8 6 4 29 21 30 Runner-up 6 6 - Rony Martínez 24 Honduras Héctor Castellón
Honduras Mauro Reyes
Clausura 2nd 18 9 4 5 32 21 31 Semi-final 0 1
2014–15 1st Apertura 5th 18 7 6 5 25 18 27 Runner-up 7 7 Round of 16 Osman Melgares 7 Honduras Mauro Reyes
Colombia Horacio Londoño
Clausura 5th 18 4 10 4 14 16 22 Play-offs 0 2

Current squad[edit]

2016 Clausura

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Honduras GK Oscar Guillén
Honduras GK Donaldo Morales
Honduras GK Francisco Reyes
Honduras DF José Barralaga Borjas
Honduras DF Julio Bernárdez
Honduras DF Henry Clark
Honduras DF Hilder Colón
Honduras DF Harlinton Gutiérrez
Honduras DF Jonathan Paz
Honduras DF José Danilo Tobías
Honduras DF Carlos Solórzano
Honduras MF Christian Altamirano
Honduras MF Melvin Bátiz
Honduras MF Yumer Cacho
Honduras MF Kendrick Carcamo
Honduras MF Oscar Duron
Honduras MF Shalton González
No. Position Player
Honduras MF Elkin González
Honduras MF Melvin Jimenez
Honduras MF Robbie Matute
Honduras MF Danny Mejía
Honduras MF Osman Melgares
Honduras MF Jocimar Orellana
Honduras MF Sergio Peña
Honduras MF Dixon Ramírez
Honduras MF Enuar Salgado
Honduras FW Ozzie Bodden
Honduras FW Kemsie Abbott
Honduras FW David Carranza
Honduras FW Mario Flores
Honduras FW Rony Martínez
Honduras FW Henry Martínez
Honduras FW Jerry Palacios
Honduras FW Marco Tulio Vega

List of coaches[edit]

  • Honduras Raúl Martínez Sambulá (2012–Nov 12)[1]
  • Colombia Jairo Ríos (Jan 2013–May 13)[2]
  • Honduras Héctor Castellón (June 2013–1?)[3]
  • Honduras Mauro Reyes (201?–Sept 14)
  • Colombia Horacio Londoño (Oct 2014–Sept 15)
  • Honduras Mauro Reyes (Sept 2015–)

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