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Primera División Argentina 1995-96

Statistics of Primera División Argentina in season 1995/1996.

Overview

1995-1996 was the first season in which the Argentine Primera implemented the 3 points for a win system. Vélez Sársfield were double champions, winning both the Apertura and Clausura tournaments.

Torneo Apertura

League Standings

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 Vélez Sársfield 41 19 13 2 4 29 13 16
2 Racing Club 35 19 10 5 4 35 24 11
3 Lanús 35 19 10 5 4 25 16 9
4 Boca Juniors 35 19 9 8 2 23 16 7
5 San Lorenzo 32 19 9 5 5 35 24 11
6 Huracán 32 19 9 5 5 25 22 3
7 River Plate 29 19 7 8 4 21 20 1
8 Gimnasia de Jujuy 28 19 8 4 7 28 30 -2
9 Estudiantes de La Plata 25 19 6 7 6 29 23 6
10 Rosario Central 24 19 5 9 5 18 20 -2
11 Platense 23 19 5 8 6 25 24 1
12 Newell's Old Boys 23 19 5 8 6 26 32 -6
13 Colón de Santa Fe 21 19 5 6 8 22 20 2
14 Independiente 21 19 4 9 6 15 18 -3
15 Gimnasia La Plata 21 19 5 6 8 14 25 -11
16 Argentinos Juniors 19 19 5 4 10 18 22 -4
17 Ferro Carril Oeste 17 19 3 8 8 21 29 -8
18 Deportivo Español 17 19 3 8 8 18 26 -8
19 Banfield 14 19 2 8 9 17 29 -12
20 Belgrano de Córdoba 13 19 2 7 10 12 23 -11

Top Scorer

Position Player Team Goals
1 José Luis Calderón Estudiantes de La Plata 13
2 Claudio Biaggio San Lorenzo 10
2 Rubén Capria Racing Club 10

Torneo Clausura

League Standings

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 Vélez Sársfield 40 19 11 7 1 40 18 22
2 Gimnasia La Plata 39 19 12 3 4 44 21 23
3 Lanús 34 19 10 4 5 35 24 11
4 Estudiantes de La Plata 34 19 9 7 3 33 22 11
5 Boca Juniors 33 19 10 3 6 30 26 4
6 Rosario Central 30 19 8 6 5 33 23 10
7 Huracán 29 19 7 8 4 32 29 3
8 Racing Club 29 19 8 5 6 26 25 1
9 Colón de Santa Fe 26 19 7 5 7 20 21 -1
10 Ferro Carril Oeste 26 19 6 8 5 16 20 -4
11 Deportivo Español 24 19 5 9 5 19 19 0
12 Independiente 23 19 5 8 6 22 26 -4
13 Belgrano de Córdoba 22 19 6 4 9 23 26 -3
14 River Plate 21 19 6 3 10 32 33 -1
15 Platense 21 19 6 3 10 23 29 -6
16 Gimnasia de Jujuy 21 19 6 3 10 22 37 -15
17 Newell's Old Boys 18 19 3 9 7 20 28 -8
18 Banfield 17 19 4 5 10 20 25 -5
19 San Lorenzo 16 19 4 4 11 15 29 -14
20 Argentinos Juniors 13 19 3 4 12 12 36 -24

Top Scorer

Position Player Team Goals
1 Ariel López Lanús 12
2 Martín Palermo Estudiantes 11
3 Claudio Caniggia Boca Juniors 10
3 Adrian Coria Platense 10
3 Alberto Márcico Gimnasia La Plata 10

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