1989–90 Honduran Liga Nacional

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Liga Nacional
Season 1989–90
Champions Olimpia (10th)
Relegated Curacao
CONCACAF Champions' Cup Olimpia
Real España
Matches played 160
Goals scored 280 (1.75 per match)
Top goalscorer Ávila (13)
All statistics correct as of 10 January 1990.

The 1989–90 Honduran Liga Nacional season was the 24th 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 1990 CONCACAF Champions' Cup.

1989–90 teams[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Standings Group A[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Olimpia 27 15 10 2 39 17 +22 40 Qualified to the Final round
2 Marathón 27 10 12 5 24 24 0 32
3 Platense 27 7 11 9 20 21 −1 25
4 Victoria 27 6 12 9 17 18 −1 24
5 Súper Estrella 27 6 10 11 29 39 −10 22
  • Olimpia, Marathón and Platense qualified to Final round.
  • Olimpia clinched Final spot as Regular season winner.

Standings Group B[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Real España 27 12 12 3 31 16 +15 36 Qualified to the Final round
2 Motagua 27 9 10 8 29 23 +6 28
3 Sula 27 4 13 10 11 18 −7 21 To Relegation playoffs
4 Vida 27 5 11 11 20 29 −9 21
5 Curacao 27 5 11 11 22 37 −15 21
  • Real España and Motagua qualified to Final round.
  • Sula, Vida and Curacao to play a Triangular for relegation.

Final round[edit]

Relegation playoffs[edit]

Relegation standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
8 Sula 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 3
9 Vida 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 2
10 Curacao 2 0 1 1 2 3 −1 1 Relegated to Segunda División

Pentagonal standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Real España 8 5 3 0 12 2 +10 13 Qualified to the Final
2 Olimpia 8 3 4 1 9 4 +5 10
3 Motagua 8 2 3 3 5 8 −3 7
4 Platense 8 2 2 4 3 9 −6 6
5 Marathón 8 0 4 4 2 8 −6 4
  • Real España qualified to Final as Pentagonal winner.
  • Platense–Motagua and Real España–Marathón were canceled due to irrelevance and shared points.

Final[edit]

  • Olimpia 1–1 Real España on aggregate; Olimpia champions as better goal difference in Regular season and Final round together.

Top scorer[edit]

Squads[edit]

Marathón
Honduras Francisco Adelmo Herrera Honduras José Luis "Joche" Alvarado Honduras Roy Arturo Padilla Bardales
Honduras Oscar Gerardo "Maradona" Cruz Honduras José Ulloa Villatoro Honduras Nicolás Suazo Velásquez
Honduras Mauro Pacheco Honduras Pastor Martínez Honduras Neptaly Turcios
Honduras José Manuel Enamorado Díaz Honduras Pedro Geovany Midence Honduras Ciro Paulino "Palic" Castillo
Honduras Leonel Machado
Motagua
Honduras Marvin Geovany "Mango" Henríquez Honduras Miguel Antonio Mathews Sargent Costa Rica Gerardo "Cholo" Villalobos
Honduras Hernaín Arzú Honduras Rosmán Calderón Honduras Patrocinio Sierra Doblado
Honduras José Mario "Kivo" Almendárez
Olimpia
Honduras Óscar Banegas Honduras Belarmino Rivera Uruguay Carlos José Laje Moreno
Honduras Juan Alberto Flores Maradiaga Honduras Eugenio Dolmo Flores Honduras Santos "Indio" Ruiz
Honduras José Antonio "Flaco" Hernández Honduras Javier Flores Honduras Alex Pineda Chacón
Honduras Fernando Tovar Durón Uruguay Juan Carlos "Rata" Contreras Uruguay Vicente Daniel Viera
Honduras Juan Carlos Espinoza Honduras Rudy Alberto Williams Honduras Nahúm Alberto Espinoza Zerón
Honduras Erick Darío Fú Lanza Honduras Darío Mejía Honduras Danilo "Pollo" Galindo
Honduras Daniel Zapata
Platense
Honduras Marco Antonio Gómez Honduras Raúl Centeno Gamboa Honduras Jorge Arita Neals
Real España
Uruguay Jorge López Silva Honduras Julio César "El Tile" Arzú Honduras Wilmer Enrique "Supermán" Cruz
Honduras José Mauricio "Guicho" Fúnez Barrientos Honduras Alex Geovany Ávila Honduras Marco Antonio Anariba Zepeda
Honduras Carlos Orlando Caballero Honduras Luis "Gavilán" Cálix Honduras Nahamán Humberto González
Honduras Juan Ramón "Montuca" Castro Honduras Rigoberto "Rigo" González Honduras Carlos Fernando Landa
Honduras Camilo Bonilla Paz Peru Juan Carlos Suárez Honduras Erick Gerardo Gallegos
Honduras Karl Antonio Roland Honduras Rolando "Pipo" Valladares Laguna Honduras Edgardo Emilson Soto Fajardo
Honduras Juan "Nito" Anariba Honduras Edith Hernando Contreras Argentina Marcelino Blanco
Sula
Honduras Fernando Nuila Honduras Óscar "Pito Loco" López Honduras José Luis "Pili" Aguirre
Honduras Carlos Aguilar Bonilla Honduras Roger Javier Valladares Honduras Edgardo Geovany "Yura" Róchez
Honduras Luis Alonso Zúniga
Súper Estrella
Honduras Víctor Orlando Garay Honduras Víctor Hernán Duarte
Victoria
Honduras Jorge Alberto "Bala" Bennett Honduras Carlos Roberto "Condorito" Mejía Alvarenga Honduras Ramón Berckling
Honduras Enrique Reneau Honduras Mario Lanza Costa Rica Jorge Manuel Ulate
Honduras Renán "Chimbo" Aguilera Contreras
Vida
Honduras Carlos Ramírez Honduras Wilson Omar Reyes Martínez Honduras Mario Peri
Honduras Clayburn McKenzie "El Caracol" Honduras Miguel Guity Honduras Peter Buchanan
Honduras Rudy Pine Pack Honduras "Maizon" Rosales Honduras José Danilo Carías Figueroa
Honduras René Arturo David "Pupa" Martínez Honduras Jorge Ernesto Pineda

Known results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

11 March 1989
Sula 0–1 Real España
Caballero Goal
San Pedro Sula

15 March 1989
Platense 2–0 Súper Estrella
San Pedro Sula

Pentagonal[edit]

20 October 1989
Olimpia 0–0 Real España
Tegucigalpa

26 October 1989
Motagua 0–0 Olimpia
Tegucigalpa

29 October 1989
Olimpia 0–0 Marathón
Tegucigalpa

2 November 1989
Motagua 2–0 Marathón
Villalobos Goal Goal
Tegucigalpa

5 November 1989
Motagua 0–2 Real España
Tegucigalpa

12 November 1989
Motagua 1–0 Platense
Villalobos
Tegucigalpa

15 November 1989
Real España 2–0 Marathón
Caballero Goal
Anariba Goal
San Pedro Sula

18 November 1989
Real España 2–2 Olimpia
Avila Goal
Caballero Goal
Zapata Goal
Espinoza Goal
San Pedro Sula

22 November 1989
Marathón 1–1 Motagua
Valerio Goal Matthews Goal
San Pedro Sula

29 November 1989
Marathón 0–1 Platense
Laing Goal
San Pedro Sula

2 December 1989
Olimpia 4–1 Motagua
Laje Goal Goal Goal
Pineda Goal
Villalobos Goal
San Pedro Sula

6 December 1989
Marathón 0–1 Olimpia
San Pedro Sula

13 December 1989
Real España 1–0 Motagua
San Pedro Sula

23 December 1989
Marathón Real España
canceled
San Pedro Sula


Platense Motagua
canceled
San Pedro Sula

Unknown rounds[edit]

18 May 1989
Motagua 0–1 Vida
Peri Goal
Tegucigalpa

21 May 1989
Olimpia 1–1 Sula
Róchez Goal
Tegucigalpa

24 May 1989
Real España 1–1 Motagua
San Pedro Sula

28 May 1989
Victoria 1–1 Marathón
Lanza Goal
La Ceiba

4 June 1989
Olimpia 3–0 Vida
Tegucigalpa

10 June 1989
Marathón 1–1 Sula
San Pedro Sula

6 July 1989
Motagua 1–2 Olimpia
Tegucigalpa

9 July 1989
Súper Estrella 5–2 Curacao
Danlí

18 October 1989
Motagua 2–1 Vida
Mckenzie Goal
Tegucigalpa

References[edit]