1995–96 Rugby Football League season
|Stones Bitter Centenary Championship|
|Number of teams||11|
Wigan vs St Helens (26 Dec 95)
London Broncos vs Sheffield Eagles (17 Dec 95)
|Broadcast partners||Sky Sports|
|Awarded to||Paris Saint-Germain|
|Champions||Hull Kingston Rovers|
The 1995–96 Rugby Football League season was the 101st ever season of rugby league football. Eleven English teams competed from August, 1995 until January, 1996 for the Stones Bitter Centenary Championship. The season was kept brief to accommodate the first season of the new Super League competition which would see top-level rugby league in the UK changed to a summer sport. It was also punctuated by the 1995 World Cup which took place in Britain throughout October. The Challenge Cup rounds started immediately after the Centenary Championship and the final was played in summer, during Super League I.
- Stones Bitter Centenary League Champions: Wigan (17)
- Silk Cut Challenge Cup Winners: Final played in 1996 summer season.
- Regal Trophy Winners: Wigan (8 - 25-16 v St Helens)
- 1st Division Champions: Salford
- 2nd Division Champions: Hull Kingston Rovers
The top ten teams from the previous season plus the London Broncos competed for the Stones Bitter Centenary League Championship. For the seventh consecutive season, Wigan were crowned League Champions after finishing the season on top of the ladder.
- 1995-96 Rugby Football League season at rlhalloffame.org.uk
- 1995-96 Rugby Football League season at wigan.rlfans.com
- Great Britain Competitions 1995-1996 at hunterlink.net.au
- Championship 1995/96 at rugbyleagueproject.org