1995–96 League of Ireland First Division
The 1995–96 League of Ireland First Division season was the 11th season of the League of Ireland First Division.
Home Farm Everton
|Top goalscorer||Jonathan Speak: 17|
|1||Bray Wanderers A.F.C.||27||16||7||4||53||21||+32||55||Promoted to Premier Division|
|2||Finn Harps F.C.||27||14||7||6||50||25||+25||49|
|3||Home Farm Everton F.C.||27||14||4||9||43||34||+9||46||Promoted to Premier Division after Play-off|
|4||Cobh Ramblers F.C.||27||10||13||4||30||15||+15||43|
|5||St James's Gate F.C.||27||9||11||7||35||30||+5||38|
|7||Kilkenny City A.F.C.||27||8||9||10||33||38||−5||35|
|8||Waterford United F.C.||27||9||7||11||37||40||−3||34|
|9||Longford Town F.C.||27||5||6||16||26||46||−20||21|
|10||Monaghan United F.C.||27||2||5||20||10||70||−60||11|
Third placed Home Farm Everton played off against Athlone Town who finished in tenth place in the 1995–96 League of Ireland Premier Division. The winner would compete in the 1996–97 League of Ireland Premier Division.
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