The 1995 Men's Champions Trophy took place from September 23 to October 1, 1995 in the Olympia Stadium in Berlin, Germany. Participating nations were: Australia, England, hosting nation Germany, India, Netherlands, and titleholders Pakistan.
For the fourth time in the history the annual six nations tournament ended with play-offs, in which the numbers one and two from the Round Robin faced each other in the final. The numbers three and four played the bronze medal game, while the numbers five and six tried to avoid relegation in their fifth and sixth place match.
|England||2 – 2||India|
India wins after penalty strokes (5-6)
|Netherlands||1 – 2||Pakistan|
|Germany||2 – 2||Australia|
Germany wins after penalty strokes (4-2)
|1995 Men's Champions Trophy Winners|
|Stephen Davies (AUS) (4 goals)|