1994–95 Saudi Premier League
Al-Nassr defended the championship and claimed their 6th championship, although the Saudi FA rules stipulated that both teams in the championship final had to play away, so although both finalists are from Riyadh, the final was in Jeddah. Al Nassr had four coaches during the season. Youssouf Khamis was the lucky one to win the final, following the successive sackings of Henri Michel, Ivo Borkibo and Nasser Jawhar.
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|1 June 1995||Al-Hilal||1–0 (a.e.t.)||Al-Riyadh||King Fahd International Stadium, Riyadh|
|Yousef Al-Haya'e 113'||Referee: Ibrahim Al-Omar|
|2 June 1995||Al-Ettifaq||1–2||Al-Nassr||Prince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium, Khobar|
|Ang Victor 66'|| 33' Ohene Kennedy
41' Fahad Al-Bishi
|Referee: Mohammed Al-Sharif|
Third place match
|7 June 1995||Al-Ettifaq||0–4||Al-Riyadh||Prince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium, Khobar|
|Referee: Abdulaziz Al Eidan|
|9 June 1995||Al-Hilal||1–3||Al-Nassr||Prince Abdullah Al-Faisal Stadium, Jeddah|
|Mansour Al-Mowena 37'|| 5' Majed Abdullah
30' Mohaisen Al-Jam'an
22' Majed Abdullah
|Referee: Ibrahim Al-Omar|
| Saudi Premier League |
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