|Other names||Derbi Sampedrano|
|Locale||San Pedro Sula|
|Teams||Marathón and Real España|
|First meeting||25 July 1965|
|Latest meeting||1 April 2017|
|Broadcasters||TVC and R-Media. Emisoras Unidas and América Multimedios|
|Most wins||Real España (82)|
|All-time series (Liga Nacional only)||82–72–59 (Real España)|
|Largest victory||Marathón 1–6 Real España
(22 March 2014)
El Clásico Sampedrano (The Sampedran Derby) is a Honduran football match played at least 4 times a year in the Honduran Liga Nacional and consists of two teams, C.D. Marathon and Real C.D. España. These two teams are from San Pedro Sula, hence the name.
Head to Head
- As of 1 April 2017.
All time scorers
As of 1 April 2017
Since the creations of Finals, there have been three Sampedran derbies, two won by Real España, and one by Marathón.
- This is the Honduran derby that has been played in the most cities.
- Real C.D. España dominates the derby by far, but the resurgence since 2000 by C.D. Marathón has brought a new mentality for their supporters.
- "Una Máquina dominante" (in Spanish). Diario La Prensa. 9 January 2008.
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