|OFFICIAL NAME||Real Club Deportivo España (Honduras)|
|HEAD COACH||Martín Adrian Garcia|
|QUALIFICATION METHOD||2017 Apertura Champion|
|BEST FINISH||First-ever CONCACAF League appearance|
|PREVIOUS APPEARANCES||First-ever CONCACAF League appearance|
Real Espana qualified for the second edition of the Scotiabank Concacaf League thanks to their title-winning campaign in the 2017 Apertura.
Real Espana’s participation in the SCL will also mark its return to Concacaf club competition, with their previous appearance coming in the 2014-15 edition of the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League.
It will make its debut in the Scotiabank Concacaf League. In addition, Real Espana has played in the CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup in 1993, finishing as runners-up.
Darixon Vuelto was the team's scorer in the 2017 Apertura (9 goals).
Uruguayan Head Coach Martín Adrian Garcia has managed the team since November 2017, with a record of 12W-9D-8L.
Edder Delgado was the player who played the most matches in the 2017/18 Honduran season (43 games and scored 4 goals).
Darixon Vuelto, Mario Martinez, and Angel Tejeda were the team's leading scorers in the 2017/18 season with 10 goals each.