Club Runners-up Manager winners 1968 Motagua 2-2 Real España [*] Rodolfo Godoy 1969-1971 not held 1972 Real España Marathón José de la Paz Herrera 1973-1991 not held 1992 Real España 2-0 2-2 Victoria Flavio Ortega (Brazil) 1993 Real Maya 2-0 3-3 Motagua Miguel Escalante 1994 Marathón 3-2 Real Maya Hernán García 1995 Olimpia Motagua Francisco Sá (Argentina) 1996 Platense Victoria Alberto Romero (Argentina) 1997 Platense Olimpia Jorge Dubanced (Argentina) 1998/99 Olimpia Motagua Julio González (Uruguay) 1999-2014 not held 2015 Olimpia 3-1 Platense Héctor Vargas (Argentina) 2016 Juticalpa 2-1 Real España Wilmer Cruz 2017 Marathón 3-0 Gimnástico Manuel Keosseián (Uruguay) 2018 Platense 2-1 Real España [*] Motagua won 2-1 on penalties NB: in seasons in which no final score is indicated, the tournament was played in round robin format and no final took place Cup winners (13, runners-up finishes between square brackets) 3 [ 1] Olimpia (Tegucigalpa) 3 [ 1] Platense (Puerto Cortés) 2 [ 3] Real España (San Pedro Sula) 2 [ 1] Marathón (San Pedro Sula) 1 [ 3] Motagua (Tegucigalpa) 1 [ 1] Real Maya (Siguatepeque) 1 Juticalpa [ 2] Victoria (La Ceiba) [ 1] Gimnástico NOTES: - From 1992 to 1994, the Cup tournament was played as a separate tournament from the league (played from June to August). - Since 1995, the winner of the first stage of the league tournament is declared Cup champion. - If the manager is not from Honduras, his home country has been added.
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