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1995–96 Armenian Premier League

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1995–96 Armenian Premier League

Statistics of Armenian Premier League in the 1995/96 season.

League table

Pos  Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Pyunic Yerevan 22 19 3 0 71 14 +57 60
2 Shirak Gyumri 22 16 3 3 67 23 +44 51
3 Yerevan 22 13 5 4 43 24 +19 44
4 Ararat Yerevan 22 12 3 7 58 28 +30 39
5 Tsement Ararat 22 12 3 7 57 33 +24 39
6 Kotayk Abovyan 22 11 3 8 31 33 -2 36
7 Karabakh Yerevan 22 8 5 9 29 28 +1 29
8 Van Yerevan 22 7 3 12 42 42 0 24
9 Homenmen Yerevan 22 6 3 13 30 52 -22 21
10 Zangezour Goris 22 5 2 15 26 60 -34 17
11 Aragats Gyumri 22 4 3 15 35 89 -54 15
12 Aznavour Noyemberyan 22 0 2 20 19 82 -63 2
Champions
Forced to play the promotion/relegation play-off.
Relegated to 1996-97 Armenian First League.

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

Promotion/relegation play-off

Date Venue PL Team Result FL Team
8 June Yerevan Aragats Gyumri 0 - 4 BKMA Yerevan

Top goalscorers

Player Team Goals
1 Armenia Arayik Adamyan Shirak Gyumri 28
2 Armenia Hovhannes Toumbaryan Tsement Ararat 24
3 Armenia Tigran Yesayan Yerevan 20
4 Armenia Arthur Petrosyan Shirak Gyumri 13
Armenia Arthur Manukyan Zangezour Goris 13

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