|Full name||Club Deportivo Platense|
|Founded||4 July 1960|
Puerto Cortés, Honduras
|League||Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras|
According to the records available, the following people attended Club Platense: René Paíz, Roger Riera, Roberto Mejía, Roosevelt Garbut, Manuel Flores, Héctor Sánchez, Rolando Méndez, Samuel Williams, Rodolfo Williams, Ricardo Fúnez , Nelson Larios, Julio Linares, Oscar Pineda, Raúl Betancourt, Armando López "Babalaba" Bodden,Francisco Maldonado, Humberto Dole, Rolando Zavala and Reginaldo Guevara, with the best goals in their individual seasons.All together making their teams make it to history of platense.
In the first meetings of Club Platense, the names of vaious international soccer clubs were included among the choices, from which the official name of the team was taken. Among the choices available were: Leyland, Banfield, Magallanes, and Platense of Argentina; being this last one, the most likable among the founder members of the Club.
In its beginnings, this team had the fortune to include the support of the Tela Railroad Company. The members of Club Platense where for the most part, hired by this company, while they participated with the club. This benefited them a great deal, because in addition to their salary with Tela Railroad Co. Where they received a special treatment for being soccer stars, they also received a salary from the ticket sales, as part of their contracts with Club Platense. That motivated these players, to give 100% in training, as well as in the official games.
After the Honduran National Soccer League was founded in 1964; Club Deportivo Platense became one of its '10 Original Club Members', and one of the most important Clubs of all Honduran Soccer.
By 1965, Club Deportivo Platense already possessed the great and only honor, of being the first champion of the Honduran National Football League. Among the members of the famous team, that won the first championship, were: Gilberto Zavala, Tomas Maximo, Ricardo 'Cañon' Fúnez, Felix 'Mantequilla' Guerra, Raúl Betancourt, Santos 'Kubala' Díaz, Miguel 'El Chino' Hernandez, 'Pichingo' Crosdaile, Francisco Brocatto, Carlos "Care" Alvarado, "Chita" Arzú, León Victor "Escalera" Jallú, among others.
After having obtained the first championship of National League, Club Deportivo Platense, had to wait 36 years to win its second championship. The new format of short tournaments (opening – closure) disputed through semifinals, allowed Platense to dispute the championship; even though it finished second on the final standings. The title was to be fought out, in a series of two games against the most popular team of the country: Club Deportivo Olimpia. The first game disputed in Puerto Cortés, finished with triumph for the 'Tiburón' by scoreboard of 1-0; with goal netted by the Argentine Marcelo Verón. The return game, was won by Club Olimpia by the same scoreboard.- This forced the teams to go to over-time. The champion would be the team that scored the first goal (Golden goal). It was this way, how, with goal of Rony Morales, Club Platense conquered its second championship of National League; to win the global series by scoreboard of 2-1
- Champions at Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras: 2
- Runner Up at Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras: 3
- Champions at Liga de Ascenso de Honduras: 1
- Champions at Honduran Cup: 2
- Runner Up at Honduran Super Cup: 2
- First football champion of Honduras (1965-66).
League and Playoffs Performance
|2002-03 Clausura||6th||Did Not Qualify|
|2003-04 Apertura||6th||Did Not Qualify|
|2003-04 Clausura||6th||Did Not Qualify|
|2004-05 Apertura||6th||Did Not Qualify|
|2004-05 Clausura||6th||Did Not Qualify|
|2005-06 Clausura||7th||Did Not Qualify|
|2006-07 Apertura||5th||Did Not Qualify|
|2006-07 Clausura||6th||Did Not Qualify|
|2007-08 Apertura||9th||Did Not Qualify||-|
|2007-08 Clausura||8th||Did Not Qualify|
|2008-09 Apertura||7th||Did Not Qualify|
|2008-09 Clausura||9th||Did Not Qualify|
|2009-10 Apertura||6th||Did Not Qualify|
(From 1965-66 to 2007-08)
36 Game Average
CONCACAF Champions' Cup
- 1975 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
- First Round v. Aurora FC -- 4:3, 0:1 (Aurora advance on away goals rule)
- 1998 CONCACAF Champions' Cup
- First Round v. Aurora FC -- 2:1
- First Round v. Aurora FC -- 2:1
- First Round v. Real Verdes -- 0:0
- First Round v. Real Verdes -- 6:0
- First Round v. C.D. Luis Angel Firpo -- 0:1
- Second Round v. Deportivo Saprissa -- 1:3
- Second Round v. CSD Comunicaciones -- 3:1
- Second Round v. Deportivo Saprissa -- 0:0
- Second Round v. CSD Comunicaciones -- 1:2
CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup
- 1997 CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup
- Honduran Carlos Padilla was the coach when the team won its first championship.
- Argentine Alberto Romero was the coach when the team won its second championship.
All time top goal scorers
|1||Raúl Centeno Gamboa||53|
|2||Juan Manuel Cárcamo||52|
|4||Eduardo Antonio Laing||41|
|7||Carlos "Care" Alvarado||27|
|9||Luis Alonso Perdomo||25|
|10||Marcelo Andres Verón||23|
- ↑ "Juventud y esperanza" (in Spanish). Diario La Prensa. 2007-08-10. http://www.laprensa.hn/especiales/2007/torneo_apertura_2006_2007/juventud_y_esperanza. Retrieved 2007-08-11.
Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras
|2009-10 Apertura teams|
Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras seasons
1965-66 · 1966-67 · 1967-68 · 1968-69 · 1969-70 · 1970-71 · 1971-72 · 1972-73 · 1973-74 · 1974-75 · 1975-76 · 1976-77 · 1977-78 · 1978-79 · 1979-80 · 1980-81 · 1981-82 · 1982-83 · 1983-84 · 1984-85 · 1985-86 · 1986-87 · 1987-88 · 1988-89 · 1989-90 · 1990-91 · 1991-92 · 1992-93 · 1993-94 · 1994-95 · 1995-96 · 1996-97 · 1997–98 (A · C) · 1998–99 · 1999–2000 (A · C) · 2000–01 (A · C) · 2001–02 (A · C) · 2002–03 (A · C) · 2003–04 (A · C) · 2004–05 (A · C) · 2005–06 (A · C) · 2006–07 (A · C) · 2007–08 (A · C) · 2008–09 (A · C) · 2009–10 (A · C)
Liga Nacional de Ascenso de Honduras seasons
Arsenal · Atlético Choloma · Atlético Esperanzano · Atlético Independiente · Atlético Junior · Atlético Olanchano · Concordia · Cruz Azul · Juticalpa · Marathón B · Motagua B · Municipal Paceño · Municipal Silca · Nuevo San Isidro · Olimpia B · Olimpia Occidental · Real España B · Real Juventud B · Real Sociedad · Social Sol · Sonaguera · Unión Ajax · Universidad · Universidad Independiente · Valencia · Yoro
Liga Amateur de Honduras seasons