Football : Season Details : 1995

Final English Top Division Football (soccer) Table and Cup Final(s)

Position Club Points History Notes
1  Blackburn Rovers  89 4-3  
2  Manchester United  88 6-20  FAC-F 
3  Nottingham Forest  77 6-1  
4  Liverpool  74 4-33  LC-W 
5  Leeds United  73 6-5  
6  Newcastle United  72 5-2  
7  Tottenham Hotspur  62 5-17  
8  Queens Park Rangers  60 3-12  
9  Wimbledon  56 1-9  
10  Southampton  54 2-17  
11  Chelsea  54 7-6  
12  Arsenal  51 2-69  CWC-F 
13  Sheffield Wednesday  51 9-4  
14  West Ham United  50 5-2  
15  Everton  50 3-41  FAC-W 
16  Coventry City  50 1-28  
17  Manchester City  49 9-6  
18  Aston Villa  48 5-7  
19  Crystal Palace  45 4-1  
20  Norwich City  43 4-9  
21  Leicester City  29 9-1  
22  Ipswich Town  27 3-3  

Legend and Abbreviations
Points: 3 for a win : 1 for a draw. Clubs: Blue Qualified for Europe Red Relegated
History is in the form A-B:
 A is the number of occasions that the club has been in the Top Division. 
B is the current number of consecutive seasons in the Top Division.
Notes: FAC FA Cup; LC League Cup; CWC Cup Winners Cup; W Winners - F Finalists


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League Cup Final Liverpool 2 Bolton Wanderers 1
FA Cup Final Everton 1 Manchester United 0

European Cup Final Ajax 1 AC Milan 0
UEFA Cup Final First Leg Parma 1 Juventus 0
UEFA Cup Final Second Leg Juventus 1 Parma 1 (agg 1 - 2)
Cup Winners Cup Final Real Zaragosa 2 Arsenal 1 aet

aet After Extra Time : agg Aggregate Score


History (England)

In the final games of the season Blackburn Rovers were beaten 1 - 2 at Liverpool. Meanwhile, Manchester United were drawing 1 - 1 at West Ham United when a win would have made them Champions. Instead, Blackburn Rovers won their first Championship since 1914. Manchester United gain the highest number of points (88) for a second placed club, a record which they would break in 2012.

Four clubs were relegated because the Top Division was reduced in size.

The FA Cup final was a repeat of 1985.

Liverpool won the League Cup for a record 5th time.

Arsenal reached consecutive finals in the Cup Winners Cup.

After the Bosman ruling, footballers win the right to go to another club once their contracts expire; another ruling allows the free movement of players within the European Union.

History (Europe)

This was the seventh UEFA Cup final between clubs from the same country: Parma and Juventus (Italy).


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