1994–95 Mexican Primera División season
|Champions||Necaxa (1st Title)|
|CONCACAF Cup Winners Cup||Tecos |
|Top goalscorer||Carlos Hermosillo (35 goals)|
The following are statistics of Primera División de México, the premier soccer division in Mexico, for the 1994-95 season.
It was contested by 19 teams, and Necaxa won the championship.
Tampico Madero was promoted from Segunda División. The team started the season playing in Tamaulipas, but on week 16, the team was moved to Querétaro and changed its name to TM Gallos Blancos, the owner cited leasing problems at his original venue.
TM Gallos Blancos and Correcaminos UAT were relegated to Primera División 'A', the new second level league in the Mexican system. For the 1995-96 season, the number of participating teams was reduced to 18.
Series tied 1-1 on aggregate. Puebla advanced as higher-seeded team.
Series tied 2-2 on aggregate. Tecos advanced as higher-seeded team.
Series tied 3-3 on aggregate. Guadalajara advanced to semi-finals by away goals rule.
Necaxa won 4-1 on aggregate.
America won 4-2 on aggregate.
Aggregate tied 1-1. Cruz Azul advanced to semi-finals as best seeded team.
Aggregate tied 1-1. Necaxa advanced to final by away goals rule.
Cruz Azul won 2-3 on aggregate.
Necaxa won 3-1 on aggregate.