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Colón is one of the 18 departments into which Honduras is divided. It was created in 1881. The departmental capital is Trujillo, and the other main city is Tocoa. Trujillo was the site of the first Catholic Mass in the American mainland, held when Christopher Columbus reached the Honduran shore in 1502.
The Aguán River ; also commonly known by its Spanish name, Rio Aguán) is a river in Honduras. It rises in the Yoro region to the west of San Lorenzo and briefly runs south before turning east-northeast, passing San Lorenzo, Olanchito and Tocoa before entering the Caribbean Sea east of Puerto Castilla.
Tocoa, Colón is a municipality and a city in the northern Honduran department of Colón slightly inland at 38 m elevation in the valley of Aguán on the right bank of the river.
Liga de Ascenso is the second division of Honduran football; it was founded on 17 December 1979 as Segunda División and renamed Liga de Ascenso on 21 July 2002. The league is divided into 4 groups: Zona Norte y Atlántica, Zona Norte y Occidente, Zona Centro y Sur, Zona Sur y Oriente. The top 2 teams of each group qualifies for the liguilla (play-offs). Each season is divided into two tournaments, apertura (opening) and clausura (closing). The champion of the opening and closing tournament, compete for the promotion to Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras in a two-legged match.
Liga Mayor de Honduras 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. Promotion to Liga de Ascenso de Honduras is decided by a promotion final in each region. 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.
Club Deportivo Real Sociedad, commonly known as Real Sociedad, is a Honduran football club based on Tocoa, Colón, Honduras.
Estadio Francisco Martínez Durón is a football stadium in Tocoa, Honduras. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of C.D. Real Sociedad. The stadium holds 3,000 people. The stadium hosted its first Honduran league final May 12, 2013 when Real Sociedad faced Olimpia. Its capacity was momentarily expanded to hold 6,000 people.
The following is an alphabetical list of topics related to the Republic of Honduras.
The 2009–10 Liga Nacional de Ascenso de Honduras season is the 31st season of the Liga Nacional de Ascenso de Honduras, the second division of football in Honduras. It is contested by 28 teams, split into two zones with two divisions each.
Nahúm Elí Palacios Arteaga was a Honduran journalist and reporter. Palacios was the news director for the Canal 5 television network in Aguán and the host of a news program on Radio Tocoa within the Colón Department along the Caribbean coast.
Honducor is Honduras mail service. Honducor was created within legislation 120-93 in September 1993, and was implemented according to the regulations 004521-A. Honducor started operations in Honduras in September 1993.
Club Deportivo Olimpia Cortes is a Honduran soccer club based on Tocoa, Honduras.
The 2013–14 Honduran Liga Nacional season was the 48th Honduran Liga Nacional edition, since its establishment in 1965. For this season, the format remained as the previous season. The tournament began on 10 August 2013 and ended on 4 May 2014. Club Deportivo Olimpia was defending the championship after winning the 2012–13 competition.
Carlos Escaleras Mejía was a Honduran politician and environmental activist.
The 2014–15 Honduran Liga Nacional season was the 49th Honduran Liga Nacional edition, since its establishment in 1965. For this season, the system format remained the same as the previous season. The tournament began on 1 August 2014 and has ended in May 2015. On 20 December 2014, C.D. Motagua obtained its 13th national title after defeating C.D. Real Sociedad 2–1 on aggregate in the Apertura finals.
The 2015–16 Honduran Liga Nacional season was the 50th Honduran Liga Nacional edition, since its establishment in 1965. For this season, the system format remained the same as the previous season. The tournament began on 31 July 2015 and ended on 22 May 2016.
The 2016–17 season was F.C. Motagua's 70th season in existence and the club's 51st consecutive season in the top fight of Honduran football. The club announced the continuation of Diego Vásquez as the team's head coach for his 4th consecutive season.
Douglas Martínez is a Honduran footballer who plays as a forward for Real Salt Lake in Major League Soccer.
Klifox Oniel Bernárdez Valerio is a Honduran footballer who plays as a Left back for Motagua in the Honduran top division.