|Goals scored||280 (3.33 per match)|
The 1996–97 Hong Kong First Division League season was the 86th since its establishment. The season began on 7 September 1996 and ended on 8 June 1997.
|1||South China (G)||12||9||3||0||33||9||+24||30|
|First Division League 1996–97 Winners|
| South China |
The 1996–97 Danish Superliga season was the 7th season of the Danish Superliga league championship, governed by the Danish Football Association. It took place from the first match on July 28, 1996, to final match on June 15, 1997.
The 1996–97 Vyshcha Liha season was the 6th since its establishment. FC Dynamo Kyiv were the defending champions.
The 1997–98 Vyshcha Liha season was the 7th since its establishment. FC Dynamo Kyiv were the defending champions.
The 1996–97 La Liga season, the 66th since its establishment, started on 31 August 1996 and finished on 23 June 1997.
The 1996–97 Honduran Liga Nacional season was the 31st edition of the Honduran Liga Nacional. The format of the tournament remained the same as the previous season. Club Deportivo Olimpia won the title after defeating C.D. Platense in the finals. Both teams qualified to the 1998 CONCACAF Champions' Cup. This was the last long-season tournament before the introduction of the Apertura and Clausura format.
The 1996–97 Argentine Primera División was the 106th season of top-flight football in Argentina. The season ran from August 23, 1996, to August 13, 1997.
The 1996–97 Macedonian First League was the 5th season of the Macedonian First Football League, the highest football league of Macedonia. The first matches of the season were played on 16 August 1996 and the last on 1 June 1997. Sileks defended their championship title, having won their second title in a row.
Statistics of First League of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1996–97 season. It was contested only by Bosniak clubs. Serbian clubs played in the 1996–97 First League of the Republika Srpska and the Croatian clubs in the 1996–97 First League of Herzeg-Bosnia.
The 1996–97 Cypriot First Division was the 58th season of the Cypriot top-level football league. Anorthosis won their 8th title.
The 1995–96 Meistriliiga was the fifth season of the Meistriliiga, Estonia's premier football league. Lantana won their first title.
The 1996–97 Ukrainian Second League is the 6th season of 3rd level professional football in Ukraine. The competition commenced on 10 August 1996 and ended on 21 June 1997.
The 1996–97 Esiliiga is the sixth season of the Esiliiga, second-highest Estonian league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992.
The 1997–98 Omani League was the 23rd edition of the top football league in Oman. Oman Club were the defending champions, having won the previous 1996–97 Omani League season. Al-Nasr S.C.S.C. emerged as the champions of the 1997–98 Omani League with a total of 38 points.
The 1996–97 Algerian Championnat National was the 35th season of the Algerian Championnat National since its establishment in 1962. A total of 16 teams contested the league, with USM Alger as the defending champions, The Championnat started on october 10, 1996. and ended on June 26, 1997.
The 2016 Football Queensland season was the fourth season since NPL Queensland commenced as the top tier of Queensland men’s football. Below NPL Queensland is a regional structure of ten zones with their own leagues. The strongest of the zones is Football Brisbane with its senior men’s competition consisting of five divisions.
The 1996–97 Cypriot Second Division was the 42nd season of the Cypriot second-level football league. AEL won their 1st title.
The 1997–98 Cypriot Second Division was the 43rd season of the Cypriot second-level football league. Olympiakos won their 2nd title.
The 1996–97 Cypriot Third Division was the 26th season of the Cypriot third-level football league. Rotsidis Mammari won their 1st title.
The 1997–98 Cypriot Third Division was the 27th season of the Cypriot third-level football league. AEZ Zakakiou won their 2nd title.
The 1996–97 Argentine Torneo Argentino A was the second season of third division professional football in Argentina. A total of 22 teams competed; the champion was promoted to Primera B Nacional.