Honduran Liga Mayor

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Liga Mayor de Honduras (Honduran Major League) is the third division of football in Honduras. It is composed of separate departmental leagues. The league is divided into two regions, North and South. Both regions are further divided into two groups (four total). Promotion to Liga de Ascenso de Honduras is decided by a promotion final in each region (one in the North and one in the South). The finalist of said promotion final, are winners of each of their respective group. The groups are composed of departmental champions. One team from each region is promoted to Liga de Ascenso de Honduras, two in total.

Liga Mayor de Futbol de Honduras
CountryHonduras Honduras
ConfederationCONCACAF
Level on pyramid3
Promotion toLiga de Ascenso

TeamsEdit

The league is divided into four regional groups.

Occidental (West)Edit

Santa BarbaraEdit

Atlantico (Atlantic)Edit

Departamental representatives for 2012-13[1]

TelaEdit

Liga Mayor José Trinidad Cabañas

ColónEdit

Liga Mayor Gilberto Medina de Sabá (2007/08)

CortésEdit

Winners from each group and best loser play a quadrangular. The winner from this quadrangular plays against winners from other quadrangulars in Zona Noroccidental

Group A

Group B

Group C

Liga Mayor Carlos A. Turnbull de La Lima (2007/08)

Islas de la BahiaEdit

YoroEdit

Sur-Centro (South-Central)Edit

CholutecaEdit

Other Teams - UnknownEdit

  • Atletico Alamesa
  • Canada Estrellita
  • Deportes Concepcion
  • Halcones
  • Juventud Estudiantil
  • Luisiana F.C.
  • Real Junior

Playoffs Ida Que-Finals Atlético Limeno 1 3 Juventus 1 2 Platane 1 0 Real Junior 0 1 Fas 0 2 Dole 0 2 Pumas 2 2(4) Luisiana 2 2(5) Semifinales Juventus 1 2 Real Junior 1 0 Fas 0 3 Luisiana 1 2 Final Juventus 0 3 5 Fas El Triunfo 0 2 4

Promotion PlayoffsEdit

Zona NorteEdit

Zona Norte's (North zone) promotion is contested between Grupo Occidental (Western Group) champions and Grupo Atlantico (Atlantic Group) champions. Incomplete list.

Pumas 1-1/1-1(5-3) Dole Pumas 0-0 0-0 (0-3) Luisiana
Year Winner Score Runner-up
1990-91 Inter 1-0

0-1

Brasilla
1991-92 Super Estrella

Danil

1-1

2-1

Sula La Lima
1992-92 CD Melgar 1-0

1-1

Deportivo Progreseno
1993-94 Vida La Ceida 2-0

1-1

CD Petro Tele
1994-95 Yoro FC 1-1

2-0

Broncos Choluteca
1995-96 Independent Villa 1-1

0-2

Yoro FC
1996-97 Real Maya Denli 1-2

0-0

San Juna
1997-98 Cerro Porteno 1-0

2-1

Agua Caliente
1998-99 Atletico infop 1-1

3-2

Real Yojoa
1999-00 Lenca 1-0

1-0(3-1)

Los Pumas
2000-01 Juventud Estudiantil 0-2

1-1

Home Boy
2001-02 Aguila 1-1

1-1

Penalties 4-1

Platane FC
2002-03 Pumas 0-1

2-0

Luisiana F.C.
2003-04 Fas 1-0

0-0

PSA
2004-05 Universidad NAH Danli 1-0

2-2

Real Junior
2005-06 Olimpia Occidental 1-1
0-0
1-1
Penalties: 4-3
Hibueras
2006-07 Atlético Gualala 0-0
0-0
1-1
Penalties: 4-3
Atlético Infop
2007-08 Juventud 1-1

1-2

Dole
2008-09 Halcones 2-2

0-2

Mar Azul
2009-10 Rio Lindo 1-0

2-2

Atletico Alamesa
2010-11 Ailanza Becerra 1-1

2-1

Hispano Comayagua
2011-12 Real Honduras 0-0

1-1

Boca Junior
2012-13 Valle 2-2
3-0
5-2[2]
Real Honduras
2013-14 Nacional 1-1

2-2

Pinares
2014-15 Atletico Olanchano 0-0

0-0

Penalties 4-5

Union Saba
2015-16 Estrella Roja Denli 1-0

2-2

Jaguars UPNFM
2016-17 Jaguars UPMFM 1-1

2-0

3-1

Union Saba
2017-18 Atletico Independent 1-0

1-2

Nacional San Perdro Saba
2018-19 Siguatepeque 2-2

1-3

Vall FC Nacaome

Zona SurEdit

Zona Sur's (South zone) promotion is contested between Grupo Oriental (Eastern Group) champions and Grupo Centro-Sur (South-Central Group) champions. Incomplete list.

Year Winner Score Runner-up
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13 Valle FC 1-1
2-0
3-1
Juventus
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-10-05. Retrieved 2013-06-04.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ Atletico Limeno logra el ascenso a Segunda Division