Honduras Foundation Dates

1917           CD Olimpia (Tegucigalpa)                [founded 12 Jun 1912 as baseball club; football played since 1917]
1925           Excelsior (Puerto Cortés)               [dissolved]     
               Club Patria (San Pedro Sula)            [dissolved]                                                                                                     
      Nov 25   CD Real Marathón (San Pedro Sula)
1926           Tejeros del España (Tegucigalpa)
1927           CD Atlántida (La Ceiba)
1928  Aug 29   CD Motagua (Tegucigalpa)
1929  Jul 14   Real Club Deportivo España (San Pedro Sula)            
               Naco FC (La Ceiba)
               América (Tegucigalpa ?)
               Águila (Tegucigalpa ?)
               CD Honduras Progreso (El Progreso)      [founded as Honduras Atlético]
1935  Aug 14   CD Federal (Tegucigalpa)
      Nov 15   CD Victória (La Ceiba)                  [founded as Instituto Manuel Bonilla]
1940  Aug 25   Atlético Esperanzano (La Esperanza) 
      Oct 14   CDS Vida (La Ceiba)                     [founded as Salvavida]     
1945  Jul  3   Comayagua FC (Copmayagua)
1949  Apr 19   CD Troya (Tegucigalpa)
1954  Jul  3   CD Necaxa  (Tegucigalpa)                [dissolved 2012] 
1960  Jul  4   Platense FC (Puerto Cortés)             [founded as Platense SC; 2011 merged with CD Necaxa]  
      Oct 12   Club Atlético Independiente (Siguatepeque) 
1965  May 30   CD Real Juventud (Santa Bárbara)  
      Nov 12   CD UNAH (Tegucigalpa)                   [dissolved 2010]                  
1974           Deportes Savio FC (Santa Rosa de Copán) [founded as Atlético Lempira]                         
1980           CD Atlético Junior (El Negrito)
1986  Apr  7   CD Real Patepluma (Santa Bárbara)       [founded as Real Maya]
               CD Real Sociedad (Tocoa)
               Deportes Progresenos (El Progreso)
1988           CD Broncos (Choluteca)
1993  Feb 14   CD Parillas One (San Pedro Sula)
      Aug 23   Barros FC (Cofradía)   
1999  Sep  1   Atlético (Choloma)
               Arsenal FC (Roatán)
2001  Jul 17   Atlético Olanchano (Catacamas)  
2002           FC Municipal (Valencia)
2004  Aug 14   Juticalpa FC (Juticalpa)
2007           Atlético FC (Gualala)                   [dissolved 2009]
2010  Aug 10   Jaguares de UPNFM (Tegucigalpa)
2012  Aug 20   Calvario FC (Langue)  
               Atlético Pinares FC (San Marcos de Colón) 

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