2019 AFL Goal of the Year
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The Australian Football League celebrates the best goal of the season through the annual Goal of the Year competition. In 2019, this is officially known as the Coates Hire AFL Goal of the Year. Each round three goals are nominated and fans are able to vote online for their favourite at the league's website. Eddie Betts of Adelaide was the winner with his banana goal kicked in round 5 against (Template:AFL GC).
Winners by round
|= Round's winning goal|
|Round||Nominees||Team||% of votes||Opposition||Ground||Description|
|3||Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti||Template:AFL Ess||36.5%||Template:AFL Mel||MCG||Dazzling footwork and sheer wizardry, dodges Melbourne defenders to get threw the middle|
|5||Eddie Betts||Template:AFL Ade||33.6%||Template:AFL GC||Adelaide Oval||Under the pressure by Jarrod Harbrow on the boundary and a signature left-footed banana|
|19||Willie Rioli||Template:AFL WC||29.8%||Template:AFL Nor||Optus Stadium||The small forward collected the ball close to goal, before selling the dummy twice as he danced around two Roos players|