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Necaxa
Full nameClub Deportivo Necaxa De Honduras
Nickname(s)Rayos
Founded3 July 1954; 66 years ago
Dissolved2012
GroundEstadio Fausto Flores Lagos
Choluteca, Honduras
Capacity5,000
ChairmanJuan Ramón Laínez
LeagueLiga Nacional
2010–11 C6th

C.D. Necaxa is a Honduran football club based in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

History[edit]

Necaxa were founded in 1954 by Wilfredo Guerra, the Mexican ambassador to Honduras at the time.[1]

Promotion[edit]

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.[2]

They were dissolved in 2012 by selling their category to Platense.[3]

Achievements[edit]

Winners (3):2008–09 C, 2009–10 A, 2009–10 C

Stadium[edit]

Sushi Roll Wrap

The team played its home games during its stay in top-flight at Estadio Fausto Flores Lagos, which has a capacity for 5,000.

League performance[edit]

  • Data since 2010–11
Regular seasonPostseason
SeasonPos.PldWDLFAGDPtsPDPos.PldWDLFAGDPts
2010–11 A9th185491819−119Didn't enter
2010–11 C6th185942524+124Didn't enter
2011–12 A6th186571620−4236th201112−11
2011–12 C8th1844102025−516Didn't enter

Top scorers[edit]

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As April 2014

  • Ruben Licona(15) goals
  • Nery Medina(9) goals
  • Harrison Rochez(8) goals
  • Oscar Duron(6) goals
  • Charles Cordoba(5) goals
  • Ruben Matamoros(4) goals
  • Luis Rodas(4) goals
  • Jesus Navas(4) goals
  • Shannon Welcome(4) goals

Former managers[edit]

  • Denilson Costa (2011)[4]
  • Jorge Pineda (2011–2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^'¿El sol o los rayos? - Zona Deportiva - ElHeraldo.hn'. Archived from the original on 25 January 2013. Retrieved 3 July 2019.
  2. ^Necaxa va hoy por el ascensoArchived 29 October 2013 at the Wayback Machine – La Tribuna (in Spanish)
  3. ^ElHeraldo.hn – Necaxa se llamará Platense – 13 July 2012
  4. ^El debut de un goleador como entrenadorArchived 29 October 2013 at the Wayback Machine – La Tribuna (in Spanish)

External links[edit]

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