|كأس الملك فهد 1995|
|Host country||Saudi Arabia|
|Dates||6 January – 13 January|
|Teams||6 (from 5 confederations)|
|Venue(s)||1 (in 1 host city)|
|Champions||Denmark (1st title)|
|Goals scored||19 (2.38 per match)|
|Attendance||165,000 (20,625 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)||Luis García (3 goals)|
|Best player(s)||Brian Laudrup|
The 1995 King Fahd Cup (Arabic: كأس الملك فهد) was the second and last tournament held under the King Fahd Cup name before the competition was retroactively sanctioned by FIFA and renamed the FIFA Confederations Cup. It was hosted by Saudi Arabia in January 1995. It was won by Denmark, who beat defending champions Argentina 2–0 in the final.
|Team||Confederation||Qualification method||Date qualification secured||Participation no.|
|Denmark||UEFA||UEFA Euro 1992 winners||26 June 1992||1st|
|Japan||AFC||1992 AFC Asian Cup winners||8 November 1992||1st|
|Argentina||CONMEBOL||1993 Copa América winners||4 July 1993||2nd|
|Mexico||CONCACAF||1993 CONCACAF Gold Cup winners||25 July 1993||1st|
|Nigeria||CAF||1994 African Cup of Nations winners||10 April 1994||1st|
|Report||L. García 65', 82'|
|Report||B. Laudrup 43'
|Rasmussen 48'||Report||L. García 25'|
|Miura 57'||Report||Rambert 31'
Batistuta 47', 86' (pen.)
Third place play-off
|Ramírez 20'||Report||Amokachi 31'|
|M. Laudrup 8' (pen.)
With three goals, Luis García is the top scorer in the tournament. In total, 19 goals were scored by 14 different players, with none of them credited as own goal.
- 3 goals
- 2 goals
- 1 goal
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