1995–96 Gambrinus liga

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Gambrinus liga
Season 1995–96
Champions Slavia Prague
Relegated Union Cheb
Svit Zlín
Uherské Hradiště
Champions League Slavia Prague
Cup Winners' Cup Sparta Prague
UEFA Cup Sigma Olomouc
Intertoto Cup Kaučuk Opava
Matches played 240
Goals scored 634 (2.64 per match)
Top goalscorer Radek Drulák (22)
Biggest home win Slavia Prague 9–1 Uherské Hradiště
Highest scoring Slavia Prague 9–1 Uherské Hradiště
Highest attendance 26,870[1]
Brno 2–2 Drnovice

The 1995–96 Gambrinus liga was the third season of top-tier football in the Czech Republic.

League standings[edit]

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1. SK Slavia Praha 30 23 1 6 68 28 +40 70
2. FC Sigma Olomouc 30 19 4 7 54 33 +21 61
3. FK Jablonec nad Nisou 30 16 5 9 45 26 +19 53
4. AC Sparta Praha 30 14 7 9 56 35 +21 49
5. FC Petra Drnovice 30 14 6 10 53 40 +13 48
6. Kaučuk Opava 30 13 7 10 40 34 +6 46
7. FC Slovan Liberec 30 12 8 10 34 30 +4 44
8. FC Boby Brno 30 12 7 11 39 42 -3 43
9. FC Viktoria Plzeň 30 11 6 13 33 34 -1 39
10. FK Viktoria Žižkov 30 9 10 11 38 43 -5 37
11. SK České Budějovice 30 10 7 13 35 47 -12 37
12. FC Baník Ostrava 30 10 5 15 40 46 -6 35
13. FC Union Cheb[note 1] 30 8 9 13 35 47 -12 33
14. SK Hradec Králové 30 8 5 17 28 46 -18 29
15. FC Svit Zlín 30 6 9 15 17 38 -21 27
16. FC Slovácká Slavia Uherské Hradiště 30 3 8 19 19 65 -46 17

P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

  1. ^ FC Union Cheb was in a financial crisis and resigned from playing in the next season.
Champion
Relegation to 2. liga

Top goalscorers[edit]

Scorer Goals Team
Czech Republic Radek Drulák
22
FC Petra Drnovice
Czech Republic Pavel Nedvěd
14
AC Sparta Praha
Czech Republic Miroslav Baranek
13
FC Sigma Olomouc
Czech Republic Karel Poborský
11
SK Slavia Praha
Czech Republic Robert Vágner
11
SK Slavia Praha
Czech Republic Jiří Bartl
11
Kaučuk Opava
Czech Republic René Wagner
11
FC Boby Brno
Czech Republic Jan Seidl
11
SK České Budějovice
Czech Republic Karel Vácha
11
SK České Budějovice

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Na Letné padl divácký rekord 21. století". Mladá fronta DNES (in Czech) (Czech Republic). 14 July 2003. Retrieved 1 December 2012.