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Carlos Pavón
Personal information
Full name Carlos Alberto Pavón Plummer
Date of birth 9 October 1973 (1973-10-09) (age 36)
Place of birth    El Progreso, Honduras
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Forward
Club information
Current club Real C.D. España
Number 9
Youth career
Real España Reservas
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1992–1994
1994–1995
1995–1996
1995–1996
1996–1997
1997–1998
1998–2000
2000–2001
2001
2002–2003
2003
2003–2004
2004
2004–2005
2005–2006
2006–2007
2007
2008–2009
2009
2009-
Real España
Toluca
San Luis
Real Valladolid
Correcaminos
Necaxa
Atletico Celaya
Morelia
Udinese
Napoli
Real España
Morelia
Deportivo Cali
Cruz Azul
Comunicaciones
Real España
Los Angeles Galaxy
Real España
Necaxa
Real España

015 0(7)

009 0(0)
020 (14)
029 0(7)
057 (34)
034 (17)
007 0(1)
013 0(0)

016 0(6)

013 0(3)
034 (19)
020 (15)
018 0(3)
003 0(2)
005 0(0)
0015 00(10)   
National team2
1993- Honduras 097 0(57)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of 2007-10-21.
2 National team caps and goals correct
as of 2010-03-4.
* Appearances (Goals)

Carlos Alberto Pavón Plummer (born October 9, 1973 in El Progreso) is a Honduran football striker. He is currently with Real C.D. España of the Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Honduras.

Pavón began his career at the age of 18 in his native Honduras with Real España on May 30, 1992 against Platense in the 1992 Honduran Cup, the final score was 1-1. While with Real España, Pavón won two Honduran league championships, as well as leading the league in scoring.

Pavón has played for Morelia in the Mexican Primera División, winning the 2000 Clausura with the club. He has also played for Toluca, San Luis, Correcaminos, Necaxa, Cruz Azul, and Celaya, where he led the Mexican Second Division in scoring.

He has played in Italy in Serie A for both Udinese and Napoli from 2001-2003 and in Spain's first division with Real Valladolid (1995).

Pavón also tried his luck on the music scene, but without major success.

On June 19, 2007, he signed a deal to play for the Los Angeles Galaxy. [1] He scored twice in the away match against New York Red Bulls on 18 August 2007, both coming from David Beckham assists. The match attracted 66,000 fans, the highest attendance ever recorded for a Bulls game. Pavón was waived at the end of the season.

Despite other offers from MLS teams, he went back to Real Club España in Honduras for 2008. After being released, he signed on with the struggling Club Necaxa of the Primera División de México. He made his debut for Necaxa on March 1, 2009 after only one training session with the club. He started the match and assisted both goals in their 2-2 draw with Club Santos Laguna.

After trying his luck at Club Necaxa he returned to Real España where he is currently playing.

Pavón is also a vital player for the Honduran national team. He is famous for his goal scoring prowess, as he is Honduran's top scorer of all time.

International goals

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. November 29, 1995 Santa Ana, El Salvador  Panama 2-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 1995
2. December 10, 1995 San Salvador, El Salvador  Guatemala 3-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 1995
3. December 10, 1995 San Salvador, El Salvador  Guatemala 3-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 1995
4. July 24, 1996 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Panama 1-1 Tie Friendly
5. August 21, 1996 San Salvador, El Salvador  El Salvador 2-1 Win Friendly
6. August 25, 1996 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  Cuba 4-0 Win Friendly
7. September 21, 1996 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Mexico 2-1 Win World Cup 1998 Qualifier
8. October 21, 1996 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  El Salvador 1-1 Tie Friendly
9. November 17, 1996 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 11-3 Win World Cup 1998 Qualifier
10. February 1, 1998 Oakland, United States  Trinidad and Tobago 1-3 Loss 1998 CONCACAF Gold Cup
11. March 21, 1999 San José Costa Rica  Costa Rica 1-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 1999
12. March 26, 1999 San José Costa Rica  Costa Rica 2-1 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 1999
13. May 21, 1999 Miami, United States  Haiti 2-0 Win Friendly
14. May 21, 1999 Miami, United States  Haiti 2-0 Win Friendly
15. February 9, 2000 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  El Salvador 5-1 Win Friendly
16. February 12, 2000 Miami, United States  Jamaica 2-0 Win 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup
17. February 16, 2000 Miami, United States  Colombia 2-0 Win 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup
18. February 19, 2000 Miami, United States  Peru 3-5 Loss 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup
19. May 7, 2000 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  Panama 3-1 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
20. May 7, 2000 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  Panama 3-1 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
21. June 3, 2000 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Haiti 4-0 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
22. July 16, 2000 San Salvador, El Salvador  El Salvador 5-2 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
23. July 16, 2000 San Salvador, El Salvador  El Salvador 5-2 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
24. August 16, 2000 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 6-0 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
25. August 16, 2000 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 6-0 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
26. September 2, 2000 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  El Salvador 5-0 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
27. September 2, 2000 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  El Salvador 5-0 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
28. September 2, 2000 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  El Salvador 5-0 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
29. May 23, 2001 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  Nicaragua 10-2 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2001
30. May 23, 2001 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  Nicaragua 10-2 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2001
31. May 23, 2001 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  Nicaragua 10-2 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2001
32. June 16, 2001 Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago  Trinidad and Tobago 4-2 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
33. June 20, 2001 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Mexico 3-1 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
34. June 20, 2001 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Mexico 3-1 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
35. June 20, 2001 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Mexico 3-1 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
36. September 1, 2001 Washington, D.C., United States  United States 2-1 Win World Cup 2002 Qualifier
37. May 2, 2002 Kobe, Japan  Japan 3-3 Tie Carlsberg Cup
38. May 2, 2002 Kobe, Japan  Japan 3-3 Tie Carlsberg Cup
39. April 28, 2004 Fort Lauderdale, United States  Ecuador 1-1 Tie Friendly
40. June 19, 2004 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Netherlands Antilles 4-0 Win World Cup 2006 Qualification
41. April 19, 2007 La Ceiba, Honduras  Haiti 1-3 Loss Friendly
42. May 25, 2007 Mérida, Venezuela  Venezuela 1-2 Loss Friendly
43. June 13, 2007 Houston, United States  Cuba 5-0 Win 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup
44. June 13, 2007 Houston, United States  Cuba 5-0 Win 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup
45. June 13, 2007 Houston, United States  Cuba 5-0 Win 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup
46. June 13, 2007 Houston, United States  Cuba 5-0 Win 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup
47. June 17, 2007 Houston, United States  Guadeloupe 1-2 Loss 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup
48. January 18, 2009 Miami, United States  Chile 2-0 Win Friendly
49. January 26, 2009 Tegucigalpa, Honduras  El Salvador 2-0 Win UNCAF Nations Cup 2009
50. March 28, 2009 Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago  Trinidad and Tobago 1-1 Tie World Cup 2010 Qualification
51. April 1, 2009 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Mexico 3-1 Win World Cup 2010 Qualification
52. June 10, 2009 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  El Salvador 1-0 Win World Cup 2010 Qualification
53. August 12, 2009 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Costa Rica 4-0 Win World Cup 2010 Qualification
54. September 5, 2009 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Trinidad and Tobago 4-1 Win World Cup 2010 Qualification
55. September 5, 2009 San Pedro Sula, Honduras  Trinidad and Tobago 4-1 Win World Cup 2010 Qualification
56. October 14, 2009 San Salvador, El Salvador  El Salvador 1-0 Win World Cup 2010 Qualification
57. January 23, 2010 Carson, United States  United States 3-1 Win Friendly

Honours

  • Honduran Footballer of the Year: 2
2000,2009
1997

Club Honours

1992, 2003-2004,2006-2007 Ap.

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