Player Details


Douglas Martínez


6' 0"


132 lbs

Date of Birth

6.5.1997 (26)



Position Detail


Preferred Side


Roster Category

Supplemental Slots 25-28

Player Category


Player Status

Loaned Out
Career Summary

Acquired: Signed by Real Salt Lake from Real Monarchs SLC on August 31, 2019

Professional Career

2020 Real Salt Lake: With 10 starts in 19 total appearances for Real Salt Lake, Martínez played 924 minutes and scored three goals.

2019 Real Monarchs: Martínez led the Monarchs in scoring with 17 goals in 25 games, the fifth highest in USL Championship. In his 2,002 minutes with the club he recorded seven assists, including one assist and one goal during the Monarchs title-winning season. Martínez made one appearance for RSL, making his MLS debut in the starting eleven on September 12 against San Jose. Martínez became the eighth player to sign for RSL after first signing with the Monarchs.

2017 New York Red Bulls II: Martínez has previous United Soccer League experience having featured for New York Red Bulls II on loan in 2017. He logged 485 minutes and scored one goal in 16 appearances for the USLC side.

2013-2018 Vida (Honduras): Martínez spent the 2017-2018 season with C.D.S. Vida in his second stint with the club, having featured for the Honduran side in four seasons prior to 2018 beginning in 2013 when he made his professional debut at 16-years-old. Martínez totaled 1,230 minutes and three goals in his time in the Honduran top flight. 

International Career (Honduras)

2019: With the Honduran U-23 team, Martínez tallied two goals and won the silver medal in the 2019 Pan American Games in Peru. Later in the year, he was called up to the Honduras National Team and made four appearances, three of which came in the CONCACAF Nations League. Martínez scored his first goal in his debut at the senior level in a 2-0 win against Trinidad and Tobago on October 11, 2019.

2017: Martínez received his first international call-up to the Honduran U-20 squad in 2017. He represented Honduras at the 2017 CONCACAF U-20 Championship during their second-place finish. He helped the squad qualify for the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup in South Korea with one goal and five starts in six appearances.