1995–96 French Division 2

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The Division 2 season 1995/1996, organised by the LFP was won by SM Caen and saw the promotions of SM Caen, Olympique de Marseille and AS Nancy, whereas Stade Poitevin, USL Dunkerque, Angers SCO and Olympique Alès were relegated to National.

22 participating teams[edit]

Final table[edit]

# Club Played V D L gf/ga +/- Points
1 SM Caen 42 24 9 9 59:34 +25 81
2 Olympique de Marseille 42 23 11 8 69:35 +34 80
3 AS Nancy 42 20 16 6 56:23 +33 76
4 Stade Lavallois 42 21 9 12 52:46 6 72
5 Toulouse FC 42 18 9 15 40:34 +6 63
6 Le Mans UC72 42 15 17 10 37:36 +1 62
7 Red Star 93 42 16 13 13 56:38 +18 61
8 Perpignan FC 42 17 10 15 44:53 -9 61
9 LB Châteauroux 42 16 12 14 40:35 +5 60
10 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 42 15 14 13 49:40 +9 59
11 CS Louhans-Cuiseaux 42 16 10 16 57:49 +8 58
12 FC Lorient 42 16 10 16 44:46 -2 58
13 Amiens SC 42 13 15 14 43:49 -6 54
14 FC Mulhouse 42 13 12 17 44:45 -1 51
15 ASOA Valence 42 11 18 13 34:42 -8 51
16 Chamois Niortais FC 42 13 11 18 48:50 -2 50
17 FCO Charleville 42 11 15 16 34:54 -20 48
18 SAS Épinal 42 9 18 15 41:46 -5 45
19 Stade Poitevin 42 9 18 15 36:50 -14 45
20 USL Dunkerque 42 9 16 17 30:43 -13 43
21 Angers SCO 42 7 16 19 31:53 -22 37
22 Olympique Alès 42 4 13 25 29:72 -43 25
# rank ; V victories ; D draws ; D defeats ; gf goals for ; ga goals against ; +/- goals average

Recap[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1 Republic of Ireland Tony Cascarino Marseille 30
2 France Franck Priou Caen 24
3 France Samuel Lobé Laval 20

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