Club Deportivo Olimpia

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CD Olimpia
Club Deportivo Olimpia Logo.svg
Full name Club Deportivo Olimpia
Nickname(s) Leones
Albos
Merengues
Melenudos
El ms popular
Founded 12 June 1912; 102 years ago (1912-06-12)
Ground Estadio Tiburcio Carias Andino,
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Ground Capacity 34,000
Owner Jos Rafael Ferrari
Manager Hctor Vargas
League Liga Nacional de Honduras
2012-13 Apertura Champions
Website Club home page

Club Deportivo Olimpia, commonly referred to as Olimpia, is a professional Honduran football club based in Tegucigalpa, Francisco Morazn and founded in 1912. The club is the nation's most successful team having won 27 domestic league titles (their latest being the 2012-13 Apertura). They are the only Honduran club that has won the CONCACAF Champions Cup twice, one in 1972 and 1988.

History[edit]

The club was founded on June 12, 1912,[1] by Hctor Pineda Ugarte, Carlos Bram, Arturo Bram, Enrique Buik, Santiago Buik, Miguel Sanchez, Samuel Inestrosa Gmez, and Ramn Field. The team was originally a baseball club. In 1917, it also became a football team.

To date, Olimpia is the most successful team in Honduras and has won the most official tournaments in the professional league with twenty-six, the latest one coming during the 2012-13 Apertura & Clausura season. It is also by far the most representative team in international competitions. Olimpia won its first national championship in September 1928. They have won 26 national championships.

Amateur era[edit]

In 1957, CD Olimpia represented the Department of Francisco Morazn and was the first national football championship team endorsed by the Sports Federation School of Honduras, after beating the teams: Vida (Departmental champion Atlantis), Hibueras (Departmental Champion Cortes) and CD Honduras (Yoro Departmental Champion). The following year the team repeated, beating teams: Independiente de San Pedro Sula, Tela Railroad, CD Honduras and El Progreso (Fortuna Columbus Department representative).

In 1959, Olimpia won the tri-national championship. In the subsequent two years, Olimpia continued its dominance both at departmental and national levels. Players like "Furia" Solis, Rolin Castillo, Ricardo "Chendo" Rodriguez and others became fixtures.

For the 1963-64 School Sports Federation tournament changed and became a Regional tournament in which teams would be eliminated by zone. On December 14, 1963, Olimpia defeated Chorotega of Choluteca 10-0 and Amapala Liberia 3-2.

The national championships sponsored by the Sports Federation-School ended with the 1964 season - 65. Under the guidance of Brazilian Marinho Rodriguez, CD Olimpia played the final with the newly founded Platense of Puerto Corts. The first match of this final series ended with a 1-0 victory. Then in the second game, both teams tied at zero goals apiece. But at the final meeting, Olimpia took their seventh and final title in this kind of competition to beat 'Escualo' 2-0.

National League[edit]

The inaugural tournament of the National League took place in 1965. The championship went to Platense.

The following year, things were different. Mario Griffin Cubas, new head coach for Olimpia, led the club to its first league title. Of the 18 matches played Olimpia won 14 games, drew one and lost only 3 for a total of 29 points, 6 more than 2nd place Marathon. In 1967, Griffin Cubas continued to lead the team and followed up the performance from the year before with another championship.[2]

In 1969 Club Olimpia managed to go undefeated. In 1972, the team managed to score 40 points, a product of 15 victories, 10 draws and just two defeats, with players such as Rigoberto 'Chula' Gomez, Jorge Urqua, and Tonin Mendoza. It would take 6 years for Olimpia to be crowned again. Real Espaa of S.P.S. faced Olimpia. The first match ended tied at zero goals apiece, but won the second match 2-0, with goals from Uruguayan Walter Chvez and Ren Enamorado. Olimpia under Carlos Cruz Carranza won their 5th championship.[3]

The eighties were a dominant era for Olimpia, as they went on to win 5 times of the 10 tournaments played.

In 1986 Olimpia won 10 win, 13 draws and 4 defeats. 25 goals for and 19 against. Once on the run, Matamala team left en route to the team: Spain, Life and Platense with 4 wins, 2 draws and no defeats. In 1987, Carlos Padilla Velasquez took the helm of Olimpia, as he led the team to yet another championship. Olimpia defeated C.D. Marathn and won on an aggregate score of 1-0. In 1989, Estanislao Malinowsky formed a formidable Olimpia side. With players like: Dolmo Flores, Juan Flores, Juan Carlos Contreras and Uruguayan Vicente Daniel Viera, Olimpia were a major threat. The team scored 40 points and won 15 games, drawing 10 times and losing twice. (39 goals for and 17 against) Olimpia defeated Real Espaa and won the championship. FELIX Olimpia only won 3 titles in the 1990s. The first was in 1995, led by coach Flavio Ortega. The following year Olimpia followed up the 1995 final tournament played in the twentieth century. Marked by a return was leading scorer, Wilmer Velsquez and the emergence of David Suazo. That season, the club reached 30 points in 18 games.

Short tournament[edit]

The first title under this new format, was won by Olimpia in the Opening 2000-01; with Edwin Pavn as head coach. Olimpia finished in first place with a total of 39 points in 18 games. Olimpia was crowned champion with emblematic figures such as Danilo Tosello, Wilmer Velsquez and Alex Pineda Chacn.

In 20032004, beginning a series of 4 consecutive finals between Olimpia and CD Marathn. The first was won, under Chelato Ucls with an aggregate score of 2-0. The Clausura (20042005) marked the debut of Nahum Espinoza as club coach.

The first Tri championship[edit]

The second historic day for the Lions has a lot to do with the debut of Nahum Espinoza as club coach. Hand in hand with this,the Olimpia equaled the record of Real Espaan to achieve a three-peat.

Olimpia won the tournament in 2004 and 2005 regular spins and defeated in the finals by Marathn: 3-2 and 2-1.

Opening During 2005-2006, Olimpia continued their domination of the 'Greens' in the end to defeat them 3-2 on aggregate.

In the Clausura tournament 2005-2006, Olimpia reached the desired dream in the National Stadium in Tegucigalpa,beating by the minimal difference (1-0),the 'Jaivos of Victor

Second TriChampions era[edit]

Start Danilo Tosello debuts as coach in a First Division team in the Apertura 2011. Tosello bequeathed to the final with Olimpia and the mud of his technical area in Morazan stadium champion beating out Real Espaa. Final Ida 1 Olimpia 1 R. Espaa 0 Vuelta 1 R. Espaa 0 Olimpia 2 Ttulo 24 alineando en la final a: D. Escober, J. Palacios, F. De Souza, H. Bermdez, B. Beckeles, J.Portillo, R. Tilguath (C. Will M.), L. Garrido (D. Turcios), Boniek G., R. Rojas y D. Caetano.

Olimpia in this tournament was 24 matches: 11 wins, 7 draws and 6 losses. Opening 2012 Nine players held its base the final holders of previous repeated in training bicampeonato, a clear sign that the staff barely touched winner. Tosello added the second as part of the celebration of its centennial Olimpian Marathon without becoming a nuisance Clausura 2012

Final Ida Marathn 0 Olimpia 0 Vuelta Olimpia 1 Marathn 0 TTULO 25 line Up in the final a: D. Escober, J. Palacios, F. De Souza, Juan C. Garca, B. Beckeles, J.Portillo, R. Tilguath (C. W. Meja), L. Garrido, Boniek G., Juan R. Meja (R. Rojas) y D. Caetano (Cristiano R.).

The second quarter's record in his squad has come back in the third cup in a row with Tosello as technical lead in 22 games, winning 13, drew 7 and fell twice. They scored Olimpia ratified a brilliant campaign with a third straight Honduran title, topping Victoria 4-0 in front of its home fans in Tegucigalpa.

After a scoreless tie in the first leg played last week, the Lions took the lead in just the second minute through Roger Rojas, assisted by Douglas Caetano Mattoso. Eleven minutes later, defender Juan Carlos Garcia gave the Lions a second, when he dashed into the area and finished, much to the delight of the boisterous home crowd. Final Round Victory 0 0 Return Olimpia Olimpia 4 Victoria 0 TITLE 26 ranking in the final: D. Escober, J. Palacios, F. De Souza, John C. Garcia, B. Beckeles, S. Rosano, J.Portillo, R. Tilguath ( H. Crdova), L. Garrido, R. Rojas (R. Bruschi) y D. Caetano (J. R. Meja).

Javier Portillo made it three a minute before half time, and Ramiro Bruschi completed the scoring in the second half for the Merengues, who captured a record 26th Honduran crown and clinched a spot in the next CONCACAF Champions League to cap off a spectacular centennial year for the club.

International success[edit]

On May 17, 1959, Olimpia defeated Liga Deportiva Alajuelense in a tight match that ended 4-3 to become for the first time the champion of Central America and Mexico. On their way to the championship, the club managed to eliminate Club Deportivo Guadalajara, the Mexican champions at that time and Club Deportivo FAS from El Salvador before reaching Alajuelense in the final.

In 1973, Olimpia won their first CONCACAF Champions' Cup by defeating SV Robinhood of Suriname in San Pedro Sula by a score of 1-0 after tying the first leg at zero in Tegucigalpa. Before reaching the final, Olimpia managed to eliminate Mexico's Club Toluca. The club won their second CONCACAF Champions' Cup in 1988 when they defeated Defence Force in the final match of the tournament. Before that, Olimpia managed to defeat and eliminate Mexican champions Cruz Azul by a score of 2-1 in a historic match that took place in the Estadio Azteca. To this day, Olimpia remains the only Central American club to have defeated a Mexican team in that stadium. In the semifinals, Olimpia defeated LD Alajuelense in the Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto after they tied the home game in Tegucigalpa.

In January 2001, Olimpia beat the Mexican teams of Toluca and Pachuca. The team, managed by Edwin Pavn triumphed over Toluca with a goal from Robert Lima, 3 goals from Denilson Costa, and one from Alex Pineda Chacon. The lineup for that match was: Donaldo Gonzlez, Gerson Vsquez, Robert Lima, Samuel Caballero, Nerlin Membreo, Christian Santamara, Arnold Cruz, Danilo Tosello, Jos Luis Pineda, Alex Pineda, Denilson Costa, Carlos Paez, and Elmer Marn.

Olimpia's logos[edit]

For the 20052006 tournament, the team modified its logo. It is similar to the previous one, it now has 4 stars in the red side. Each star is said to represent 5 Championships. n this 2012, the Honduran club Olimpia celebrates 100 years of life. To celebrate the centenary launched a redesigned shield, same as according to the institution symbolizes the winning attitude of its history.

Jersey[edit]

Olimpia's jersey manufacturer for a number of years was Joma. Starting in 2010, Puma became the club's jersey manufacturer.

Supporters[edit]

Olimpia is known for its strong and passionate fan base. The club's barra brava are La Ultra Fiel. La Ultra Fiel particularly has a fierce rivalry with neighboring club C.D. Motagua and their barra brava, .olman padilla

Club Rivalries[edit]

Clsico Nacional[edit]

El Clsico Nacional (The National Classic) or El Superclsico (The Superclassic) is a Honduran National derby played between C.D. Olimpia, since one team was from Tegucigalpa and C.D. Marathon, the other one from San Pedro Sula. When The Club Deportivo Olimpia won its first national title in September 1928. At that time, C.D. Olimpia representing the central zone, won at a final series of three matches to C.D. Marathon, champion of the north. Following this end, he created a huge rivalry between these two teams to which he called the National Classic.

The Clasico Capitalino (Capital's Classic) is played between C.D.Olimpia and C.D. Motagua. Their matches are also known as the Clasico Local (Local Classic). There is a huge rivalry between the clubs and their fans; (La Ultra Fiel [of Olimpia] and La Revo [of Motagua]).

Clsico Moderno (Honduras)[edit]

El Clsico Moderno (The Modern Derby) also referred by some as the Clasico Moderno Hondureo is a Honduran football match played at least 4 times a year in the Honduran Liga Nacional and consists of two teams, C.D. Olimpia and Real C.D. Espaa.

Reserve team[edit]

Olimpia has a reserve team named Olimpia Reservas that currently plays in Liga de Ascenso de Honduras. This is where young players can improve their skills before they can be ready to play in the top division. Like all the other reserves teams in Liga de Ascenso, Olimpia Reservas can't be promoted to the higher level even if they win the championship.

Achievements[edit]

Domestic

1966-67, 1967-68, 1969-70, 1971-72, 1977-78, 1982-83, 1984-85, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1989-90, 1992-93, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1998-99, Apertura 2000, Apertura 2002, Clausura 2004, Clausura 2005, Apertura 2005, Clausura 2006, Clausura 2008, Clausura 2009, Clausura 2010, Apertura 2011, Clausura 2012, Apertura 2012, Clausura 2013, Clausura 2014
Runners-up (17): 1965-66, 1968-69, 1970-71, 1975-76, 1988-89, 1994-95, 1997-98 C, 1999-00 A, 1999-00 C, Clausura 2001, Clausura 2002, Apertura 2004, Apertura 2004, Apertura 2006, Apertura 2009, Apertura 2010, Clausura 2011
1996-97
1995, 1998

International

Group Stage (1): 2001 Cancelled
1972, 1988
Runners-up (2): 1985, 2000
1999, 2000
Runners-up (2): 2005, 2006
1959
Runners-up (2): 1972, 1988
1981, 1985

Honours[edit]

International competition[edit]

CONCACAF Champions' Cup[edit]

First Round v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 0:1, 1:1 (Alajuelense advanced 2:1 on aggregate)
First Round v. Guatemala Aurora FC -- 1:0, 0:1, 0-2 (Aurora advanced 2:0 on replay)
First Round v. El Salvador Alianza F.C. -- 2:1, 1:0 (Olimpia advanced 3:1 on aggregate)
Second Round v. Guatemala Aurora FC -- 1:1, 0:4 (Aurora advanced 5:1 on aggregate)
First Round v. Guatemala CSD Municipal -- 3:2, 0:0 (Olimpia advanced 3:2 on aggregate)
Final Round v. Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa -- 1:4
First Round v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 0:0, 0:1 (Alajuelense advanced 1:0 on aggregate)
Semi-Finals v. Mexico Club Toluca -- 1:0, 1:1 (Olimpia advanced 2:1 on aggregate)
Final v. Suriname SV Robinhood -- 0:0, 2:0 (Olimpia won 2:0 on aggregate)
First Round v. Guatemala CSD Municipal -- 0:0, 0:1 (Municipal advanced 1:0 on aggregate)
First Round v. Honduras Real Espaa -- 0:0, 1:0 (Olimpia advance 1:0 on aggregate)
Second Round v. Nicaragua Diriangn FC -- (Olimpia withdrew)
First Round v. Mexico UANL -- 0:1, 1:2 (UANL advanced 3:1 on aggregate)
First Round v. United States Chicago Croatian -- 4:0, 2:0 (Olimpia advanced 6:0 on aggregate)
Second Round v. Guatemala CD Suchitepquez -- 1:0, 0:1 (Olimpia advanced 4:3 on penalties)
Third Round v. Mexico Club Amrica -- 2:2, 1:0 (Olimpia advanced 3:2 on aggregate)
Fourth Round v. Guatemala Aurora FC -- 0:1, 2:0 (Olimpia advanced 2:1 on aggregate)
Final v. Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force -- 0:2, 1:0 (Defence Force won 2:1 on aggregate)
First Round v. Belize Coke Milpross -- 8:1, 1:1 (Olimpia advanced 9:1 on aggregate)
Second Round v. Guatemala Galcasa -- 1:0
Second Round v. Costa Rica CS Herediano -- 0:0
Second Round v. El Salvador C.D. guila -- 2:1
Third Round v. Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa -- 4:1
Third Round v. Honduras Real Espaa -- 1:0
Third Round v. Costa Rica CS Herediano -- 1:2
Semi-Finals v. Mexico CF Monterrey -- 0:1, 2:2 (Monterrey advanced 3:2 on aggregate)
Group D v. El Salvador C.D. FAS -- 3:1
Group D v. Guatemala Aurora FC -- 1:1
Group D v. Costa Rica Puntarenas F.C. -- 2:0
Third Round v. Guatemala Aurora FC -- 0:0
Third Round v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 1:1
Third Round v. Honduras CD Marathn -- 2:1
Fourth Round v. Mexico Cruz Azul -- 0:0, 2:1 (Olimpia advanced 2:1 on aggregate)
Semi-Finals v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 1:1, 1:0 (Olimpia advanced 2:1 on aggregate)
Final v. Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force -- 2:0, 2:0 (Olimpia won 4:0 on aggregate)
First Round v. El Salvador Cojutepeque F.C. -- 3:1
First Round v. Costa Rica CS Herediano -- 2:1
First Round v. Guatemala CSD Municipal -- 2:2
Second Round v. Costa Rica CS Cartagins -- 3:0
Second Round v. Honduras Real Espaa -- 3:0
Second Round v. Costa Rica CS Herediano -- 1:1
Third Round v. Mexico Pumas UNAM -- 1:1, 0:5 (UNAM advanced 6:1 on aggregate)
First Round v. Belize Juventus F.C. -- 2:0, 2:0 (Olimpia advance 4:0 on aggregate)
Second Round v. Guatemala CD Suchitepquez -- 2:2, 2:0 (Olimpia advance 4:2 on aggregate)
Third Round v. El Salvador C.D. Luis ngel Firpo -- 1:1
Third Round v. El Salvador C.D. Luis ngel Firpo -- 1:0
Third Round v. Honduras Real Espaa -- 1:4
Third Round v. Honduras Real Espaa -- 1:0
Semi-Finals v. Mexico Club Amrica -- 3:0, 1:2 (Amrica advanced 4:2 on aggregate)
First Round v. Costa Rica CS Herediano -- 0:0, 0:2 (Herediano advance 2:0 on aggregate)
First Round v. Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa -- 0:4, 3:0 (Saprissa advance 4:3 on aggregate)
First Round v. El Salvador C.D. Luis ngel Firpo -- 0:0, 4:1 (Firpo advance 4:1 on aggregate)
First Round v. Belize Juventus F.C. -- 2:0
First Round v. Guatemala CSD Comunicaciones -- 3:2
First Round v. El Salvador Alianza F.C. -- 4:1
Second Round v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 0:1
Second Round v. El Salvador C.D. Luis ngel Firpo -- 0:2
Second Round v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 1:5
Second Round v. El Salvador C.D. Luis ngel Firpo -- 1:1
Quarter-Finals v. United States D.C. United -- 0:1
Quarter-Finals v. Mexico Club Toluca -- 1:0
Semi-Finals v. Mexico C.F. Pachuca -- 4:0
Final v. United States Los Angeles Galaxy -- 2:3
First Round v. United States San Jose Earthquakes -- 0:1, 1:3 (San Jose Earthquakes advance 4:1 on aggregate)
Quarter-Finals v. Mexico Pumas UNAM -- 1:1, 1:2 (UNAM advance 3:2 on aggregate)
Quarter-Finals v. Mexico Club Toluca -- 0:2, 1:2 (Toluca advance 4:1 on aggregate)
Quarter-Finals v. United States D.C. United -- 1:4, 2:3 (D.C. United advance 7:3 on aggregate)
Group C v. Mexico Atlante F.C. -- 0:1
Group C v. Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public F.C. -- 3:1
Group C v. Canada Montreal Impact -- 1:2
Group C v. Mexico Atlante F.C. -- 1:1
Group C v. Canada Montreal Impact -- 1:1
Group C v. Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public F.C. -- 4:0

Copa Interclubes UNCAF[edit]

First Round v. El Salvador C.D. FAS -- 1:0
First Round v. Guatemala Aurora FC -- 0:0
First Round v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 1:1
First Round v. Belize Acros Real Verdes -- 2:0
First Round v. El Salvador C.D. FAS -- 2:1
First Round v. Guatemala Aurora FC -- 2:2
First Round v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 4:1
First Round v. Belize Acros Real Verdes -- 1:0
Final Round v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 2:0
Final Round v. Guatemala CSD Comunicaciones -- 3:1
Final Round v. Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa -- 1:0
First Round v. Belize La Victoria F.C. -- 3:0
First Round v. Guatemala CSD Municipal -- 2:3
Second Round v. Panama Panama Viejo -- 5:0
Second Round v. Guatemala CSD Municipal -- 0:0
Second Round v. Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa -- 1:4
Final Round v. Guatemala CSD Municipal -- 0:0
Final Round v. Honduras Real Espaa -- 2:0
Final Round v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 0:0
First Round v. Guatemala CSD Municipal -- 0:0
First Round v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 0:0
First Round v. Panama Plaza Amador -- 6:0
Final Round v. Guatemala CSD Comunicaciones -- 2:0
Final Round v. Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa -- 1:3
Final Round v. Guatemala CSD Municipal -- 1:2
First Round v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 1:2
First Round v. Honduras CD Marathn -- 0:0
First Round v. Panama San Francisco FC -- 0:1
First Round v. Belize Boca Juniors -- 1:0, 5:0 (Olimpia advanced 6:0 on aggregate)
Quarter-Finals v. Costa Rica CS Herediano -- 3:2, 0:1 (Olimpia advanced on away goals rule)
Final Round v. Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa -- 0:0
Final Round v. Guatemala CSD Municipal -- 1:0
Final Round v. El Salvador C.D. FAS -- 1:3
First Round v. Nicaragua Diriangn FC -- 0:3, 1:2 (Olimpia advanced 4:2 on aggregate)
Quarter-Finals v. Guatemala CD Suchitepquez -- 4:1, 4:0 (Olimpia advanced 8:1 on aggregate)
Semi-Finals v. Costa Rica Deportivo Saprissa -- 3:1, 1:1 (Olimpia advanced 4:2 on aggregate)
Final v. Costa Rica LD Alajuelense -- 0:1, 1:0 (Alajuelense won 4:2 on penalties)
First Round v. Nicaragua Diriangn FC -- 0:3, 2:1 (Olimpia advanced 5:1 on aggregate)
Quarter-Finals v. Guatemala CSD Municipal -- 1:1, 3:0 (Olimpia advanced 4:1 on aggregate)
Semi-Finals v. Honduras C.D. Victoria -- 2:2, 2:0 (Olimpia advanced 4:2 on aggregate)
Final v. Costa Rica Puntarenas F.C. -- 2:3, 1:0 (Puntarenas won 3:1 on penalties)
First Round v. Panama San Francisco F.C. -- 0:0, 0:1 (San Francisco advanced 1:0 on aggregate)

Personnel[edit]

Technical staff[edit]

Head Coach Flag of Argentina.svg Hector Vargas
Assistant Coach #1 Flag of Honduras.svg Nerlin Membreo Assistant Coach #2 Flag of Honduras.svg scar "Cocly" Salgado
Physical Trainer Flag of Argentina.svg Marcelo Emanuelles
Goalkeeper Trainer Flag of Honduras.svg Marcelo Scallesi

Board of directors[edit]

President Flag of Honduras.svg Rafael Ferrari
VicePresident Flag of Honduras.svg Osman Madrid
Sport Director Flag of Honduras.svg Miguel Flores Cisnero
Sports Manager Flag of Honduras.svg Antonio Montes Rittenhouse

Current squad[edit]

As of 2014 Apertura

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

No. Position Player
1 Honduras GK Gerson Argueta
2 Honduras DF Kevin lvarez
4 Brazil DF Fbio de Souza
5 Honduras DF Ever Alvarado
6 Honduras MF David Meza
7 Honduras MF Carlos Will Meja
9 Honduras FW Anthony Lozano
10 Colombia MF Omar Guerra
12 Honduras DF Bryan Johnson
14 Honduras DF Israel Fonseca
15 Honduras DF Nery Medina
16 Honduras MF Bayron Mndez
17 Honduras FW Alberth Elis
18 Honduras GK Noel Valladares
No. Position Player
20 Honduras MF Oliver Morazn
24 Honduras MF Mariano Acevedo
25 Honduras MF Javier Portillo
26 Honduras MF Oscar Salas
28 Honduras GK Donis Escober
29 Honduras MF German Meja
30 Honduras DF Johnny Palacios
31 Honduras FW Romell Quioto
32 Honduras MF Jonathan Tejada
34 Honduras MF Nestor Martnez
35 Honduras FW Fredixon Elvir
40 Honduras GK Erick Menjivar
Honduras FW Franco Gity

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Honduras FW Roger Rojas (at Ettifaq FC)

Retired numbers[edit]

11 - Honduras Wilmer Velsquez, Forward (199195, 199698, 19992001, 200209)

Club Records[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

As of 10 August 2014. Players in bold are still present in club.

Notable former coaches[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Con ansias de ttulo" (in Spanish). Diario La Prensa. 2007-08-10. Archived from the original on 2007-09-28. Retrieved 2007-08-11. 
  2. ^ Muere Mario Griffin, primer tcnico bicampen con Olimpia - Diez (Spanish)
  3. ^ Muere el tcnico hondureo Carlos Cruz Carranza - Diez (Spanish)

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