Sula de La Lima

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Sula
SulaLaLima.gif
Full name Club Deportivo Sula
Nickname(s) Los Canarios
Ground Estadio Milton Flores
Chairman Honduras Cesar Fúnez
Coach Gilberto Machado
League Liga de Ascenso de Honduras

Club Deportivo Sula is a Honduran football club based on La Lima, Honduras.

History[edit]

They were promoted to first division in 1984-85, the next season they bought Juventud Morazanica's franchise and changed their name to Juventud de Sula. In 1986-87 they changed their name back to just Sula and stayed like that until they were relegated in 1990-91.

In 2011, Sula reemerged in Liga de Ascenso (just like Honduras-Progreso), causing happiness amongst old fans in La Lima. They immediately won their first game against Villanueva F.C..[1]

Before the beginning of the professional league, Sula won an amateur title in 1950-51.[2]

Achievements[edit]

Domestic

1983
1950-51

League performance[edit]

Regular season Post season
Season Pos P W D L F A PTS +/- Ded. Pos P W D L F A PTS +/-
1984-85 10th 36 8 12 16 27 41 28 -14 - Did not enter
1985-86 8th 18 4 7 7 10 16 15 -6 - Did not enter
1986-87 8th 27 6 10 11 27 39 22 -12 - Did not enter
1987-88 5th 27 6 16 5 22 18 28 +4 - 3rd 8 2 4 2 2 2 8 0
1988-89 7th 27 7 9 11 28 34 23 -6 - Did not enter
1989-90 8th 27 4 13 10 11 18 21 -7 - 8th 2 1 1 0 2 1 3 +1
1990-91 10th 27 5 8 14 18 33 18 -15 - Did not enter
  • In 1985-86 as Juventud de Sula.

Trivia[edit]

  • Sula was the first Honduran club to play outside Honduras in 1939, they defeated Tipografía Nacional in Guatemala 2-1 with two goals from Neto Budde and Raúl Guardiola

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