1995–96 Hong Kong First Division League

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Hong Kong First Division
Season1995–96
Champions Instant-Dict
1st Hong Kong title
Relegated HKFC
Matches played90
Goals scored292 (3.24 per match)
Top goalscorer Paul Foster (Instant-Dict)
(19 goals)
1996–97

The 1995–96 Hong Kong First Division League season was the 85th since its establishment.

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First stage

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 South China (G)9720317+2423
2 Instant-Dict 9630234+1921
3 Golden 94411616016
4 Uhlsport Rangers 94321715+215
5 Sing Tao 94141313013
6 Frankwell (W)92431210+210
7 Happy Valley 92341814+49
8 Mansion (W)9306122199
9 Eastern 9225101558
10 HKFC (R)9009847390
Source: see References
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(G) Grand Final; (R) Relegated; (W) Withdrew from league system after the season.

Second stage

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 Instant-Dict (G)9621285+2320
2 South China 9621187+1120
3 Golden 9522199+1017
4 Happy Valley 9342128+413
5 Eastern 9414714713
6 Mansion (W)9324816811
7 Sing Tao 9315813510
8 Uhlsport Rangers 93151320710
9 Frankwell (W)9234111329
10 HKFC (R)9027827192
Source: see References
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(G) Grand Final; (R) Relegated; (W) Withdrew from league system after the season.

Grand final

South China 0–1 Instant-Dict
Costello Soccerball shade.svg
Hong Kong Stadium
Attendance: 31,210
Referee: Ng Yim Kin

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