In 1995 the league grew again with the addition of 3 more managers. Peter Crockford, Regan Peggs and Andrew Prior joined the previous season's nine managers for auction three, hosted inside the Bungay Boathouse Scout H.Q. on an evening after school.
At the auction, Orange Squash United manager Adam Pritchard would set a new SFP record by splashing £7.2m on Alan Shearer. Only months later he would swap him for Les Ferdiand with Ross Peggs.
Defence of Baynes's SFP title didn't start well. Butt Kickers found themselves in the unfamiliar position of 10th on the openeing day, with new team Crockford's Crackers fastest out of the traps. Magicmen would go on to take pole position, before short two week stint on top of the pile for Bushall and followed by a seven week stay, including a Christmas number one for Wigger's Sex Gods. But on 13 January Butt Kickers resumed their place at the top of the league and would remain so all the way through to May to claim their second SFP title in a row.
History was made during February 1996 when Orange Squash United again set a new record, this time with the purchase of Faustino Asprillia for £32.1m, would would go on to score 23 points.
In the Inter League Cup, Bushall made the final, representing the SFP against St James Fantasy League opposition. Unfortaunately Bushall would finish runners up to Joe Hadingham's Ultimate Champions.
The 1995/96 season was the first to include the top 3 from both leagues competing in a 6 week European Super League. Bushall would go on to claim this title, and their first honour.
For the SFP, there was two new domestic competitions to add to the honours table, both scooped by the dominant Butt Kickers. The first SFP 5ASide Cup would finish in a two legged 33:33 draw between Bushall and Butt Kickers, but Baynes would tale the replay 16-7. In the FFA Cup, Ross's complicated scoring system would see Butt Kickers pip Bushall once again, giving Baynes a domestic treble.