C.D. Necaxa


C.D. Necaxa
Necaxa
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Full name Club Deportivo Necaxa De Honduras
Nickname(s) Rayos
Founded 1954
Ground Estadio Marcelo Tinoco
Danlí, Honduras
(Capacity: 5,000)
Chairman Honduras Juan Ramón Laínez
Manager Honduras Jorge Pineda
League Liga Nacional
2010–11 C 6th
Home colours
Away colours

C.D. Necaxa is a Honduran football club based in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, founded in 1954 by Wilfredo Guerra, the mexican ambassador to Honduras at the time.[1]

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Honours

2008–09 C, 2009–10 A, 2009–10 C

Promotion

On 23 May 2010 Necaxa obtained the promotion to the Honduran Liga Nacional for the first time in their history, after beating Atlético Independiente in Tegucigalpa 2–0.

Stadium

The team plays its home games at Estadio Marcelo Tinoco which has a capacity for 5,000.

League performance

  • Data since 2010-11
Regular season Postseason
Season Pos. Pld W D L F A GD Pts PD Pos. Pld W D L F A GD Pts
2010–11 A 9th 18 5 4 9 18 19 –1 19 Didn't enter
2010–11 C 6th 18 5 9 4 25 24 +1 24 Didn't enter
2011–12 A 6th 18 6 5 7 16 20 –4 23 TBD
2011–12 C TBD TBD

Current squad

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

No. Position Player
1 Honduras GK John Bodden
4 Honduras DF Edwin Salvador
5 Honduras DF Aarón Bardales
7 Honduras MF Óscar Durón
9 Honduras FW Rubén Licona
11 Belize FW Harrison Roches
13 Honduras DF Nery Medina
14 Honduras MF Irving Reyna
16 Honduras MF Rubén Matamoros
17 Honduras MF Carlos Pérez
19 Honduras DF Gustavo Carias
20 Honduras MF Kevin Osorio
27 Honduras DF Luis Santamaría
32 Honduras MF Dicxon Mauricio
33 Honduras FW Shannon Welcome
34 Honduras DF Arael Garay
No. Position Player
Honduras GK Rony García
Honduras GK José Pineda
Honduras DF Óscar García
Honduras DF Gerson Vásquez
Honduras DF Johny Galdámez
Honduras DF Dionisio Batiz
Honduras DF Johnny Galdámez
Honduras MF José Burgos
Honduras MF Kevin Osorio
Honduras MF Piero Sandoval
Honduras MF Héctor Gutiérrez
Honduras MF Luis Guzmán
Honduras MF Jesús Alberto Navas
Honduras FW Luis Rodas
Honduras FW Orlin Ramos
Honduras FW José Valladares

References