The best teams in Central America

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The best teams in Central America
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A football not very well known maybe not of a great level like the European but if one of the most vibrant and emulating in the world because if something is characterized this football is that in each field there are hostile environments for visitors, great hobbies and good players

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Tauro FC (Panama)

Tauro FC (Panama)
The Tauro Fútbol Club is a professional football club and a sports entity of the Pedregal district in Panama City, Panama. It was founded on September 22, 1984 and plays in the Panamanian Football League since 1988. Its founder Giancarlo Gronchi (QEPD) was fond of Juventus and therefore the colors and the black and white uniform. Throughout its history, it has played its matches in 3 different places, the first one of which is the "La Pedregaleña" field (natural grass) in Pedregal where it currently serves as training and for the reserve category, also on the Luis Ernesto court " Cascarita "Tapia (artificial grass) that is currently used and in important matches the Rommel Fernández Stadium is always used. Its traditional rival is Plaza Amador and they have been rivals since the Panamanian Soccer League (ANAPROF) started in 1988. It is the club against which the so-called "Superclassic" in Panama is played.

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Motagua (Honduras)

Motagua (Honduras)
The Motagua Sports Club is a team of the National Football League of Honduras, based in the city of Tegucigalpa. This team plays their home games at the Tiburcio Carías Andino Stadium. Throughout its history, 'The Blue Eagles' have achieved a total of twelve 'League' titles and is considered one of the four best teams in the history of the National League. In 2007, CD Motagua won the last tournament of the Central American Football Union (UNCAF). His traditional rival is the Olympia, with which he plays the Classic of Honduran football.


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Real Spain (Honduras)

Real Spain (Honduras)
The Real Club Deportivo España is a soccer team from Honduras that currently plays at the Francisco Morazán Stadium in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Real Spain is one of the two three-time champions of the National Football League of Honduras, next to Olympia, for having won seasons of: 1974-1975, 1975-1976 and 1976-1977

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CD FAS (El Salvador)

CD FAS (El Salvador)
Futbolistas Asociados Santanecos, better known as Club Deportivo FAS, is a soccer team from El Salvador. Its headquarters is the Óscar Quiteño Stadium in the city of Santa Ana. It has been the team that has won the most First Division of El Salvador. In its history it is worth noting the participation of many renowned players, such as goalkeeper Óscar Quiteño (killed in an accident in a match), and Jorge Gónzalez, better known as the "Magic".

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Municipal (Guatemala)

Municipal (Guatemala)
Club Municipal SA, known as Municipal, is a football club in Guatemala City. It was founded on May 17, 1936, currently competing in the National League, and playing its home games at the Mateo Flores Stadium. It is the team with the most Guatemalan soccer titles nationally and internationally. He has managed to win twenty-nine league titles, eight Cup, five Supercup and internationally has four Uncaf Interclub Cups, in addition to being the only team in this country to win the CONCACAF Champions Cup and a sub-championship of the Inter-American Cup


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CS Herediano (Costa Rica)

CS Herediano (Costa Rica)
Club Sport Herediano is a Costa Rican football team, originally from the city of Heredia and founded in 1921. Herediano was the first soccer champion in Costa Rica in 1921, and in 1922 he was the first two-time champion. In 1933 the Herediano was the first tetracampeón.

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Communications (Guatemala)

Communications (Guatemala)
The Comunicaciones Fútbol Club, former Social and Sports Communications Club, also known as Comunicaciones, or popularly as Cremas, is a football club based in Guatemala City. It was founded on August 16, 1949 and currently plays in the National League of Guatemala. He plays his home games at the Cementos Progreso Stadium with a capacity for 17,000 spectators. It is the second most successful team in Guatemalan football, with twenty-four League titles, eight Cup titles, and ten Super Cup titles in its showcases. Internationally it has two titles of the Central American Fraternity Tournament and the Concacaf Champions Cup in 1978.

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Olimpia (Honduras)

Olimpia (Honduras)
The Olimpia Sports Club is a soccer club from Honduras. This club is based in the city of Tegucigalpa and its local matches are held at the Tegucigalpa National Stadium. Throughout its history, CD Olimpia has won 24 titles of the National Football League of Honduras, 7 Central American titles and 3 of Concacaf 1959, 1973 and 1988 confirming thus why this club is considered in Honduras as the best representative football at club level, although he descended from the national first division league on one occasion. Olimpia along with Motagua, Marathon, Real España and Vida are the only five teams that have participated in all professional tournaments and this because they bought their category in the year they descended. His traditional rival is Motagua, with whom he plays the Classic of Honduran football.


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Alajuelense Sports League (Costa Rica)

Alajuelense Sports League (Costa Rica)
La Liga Deportiva Alajuelense (LDA or popularly known as "La Liga") is a football team originally from Alajuela, Costa Rica belonging to the First Division. It was founded on June 18, 1919, being in the present and in its history one of the most important and prestigious teams in Central America, highlighting in tournaments such as the UNCAF Cup, CONCACAF Champions Cup and Merconorte Cup.

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Deportivo Saprissa (Costa Rica)

Deportivo Saprissa (Costa Rica)
Deportivo Saprissa is a football team that plays in the Costa Rican First Division tournament. Its majority partner is the Costa Rican Investment Consortium called Horizon Morado, composed of Juan Carlos Rojas Callán, Edgar Zurcher, Alberto Raven Odio and Televisora de Costa Rica. This was founded in 1935 and plays in the First Division of Costa Rica since 1949. Deportivo Saprissa refers to the name of one of the important founders of the club; Ricardo Saprissa, a Salvadoran of Spanish origin born in San Salvador, El Salvador on June 24, 1901. Deportivo Saprissa has the current record of being the only team in his country to win 6 consecutive championships all were in long one-year tournaments Between 1972 and 1977, a feat so far not achieved by any other team in the Costa Rican football league. In addition, it is the team with the most national championships with a total of 29, becoming Pentacampeón of Costa Rican football in 2008 of which 2 were in long tournaments or 4 short tournaments and 3 in short tournaments that began install in August 2007 which began to be worth as national championships, this means that he was winner of 7 short tournaments consecutively from December 2005 to December 2008. In 2005 he obtained one of his most important achievements by occupying the third place of the FIFA Club World Cup, held in Japan. All sporting merits made the club awarded as the 20th-century Concacaf team according to IFFHS.1 2