BBC Goal of the Month

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Wayne Rooney won the honour a record eight times. Rooney CL.jpg
Wayne Rooney won the honour a record eight times.

The Goal of the Month is a monthly segment on BBC's Match of the Day television programme, in honour of the best goal scored each month. [1] The segment has been featured on the programme since the 1970–71 season.[ citation needed ] Typically, a selection of eight or ten goals from the month are shown before the Goal of the Month is decided. Until the 2006–07 season, viewers were given the chance to win a prize by selecting the correct winner and the winner would be decided by a vote firstly by post then by text and phone votes. For the majority of the 2007–08 season, the BBC did not allow any competitions due to a money-for-competitions-entry scandal, but towards the end of the season and for the goal of the season competition, normal service was resumed. [2] When Match of the Day moved to Match of the Day 2 when Colin Murray presented the winner was decided by the subjective opinion of one of the pundits, such as Alan Hansen, Mark Lawrenson or Alan Shearer. From October 2013, BBC Match of the Day 2 viewers have picked the Goal of the Month in a poll conducted by voting on the BBC Sport website or sending the hashtag of the viewers favourite goal via Twitter. [3]

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The award of Goal of the Month was usually given as first-, second- and third-best goal of the month on Match of the Day up until the BBC lost the right to show Premier League highlights from 2000 to 2001. When highlights returned to the BBC for 2004–05, the format was reduced to only the best goal of the month being announced. Contending goals used to feature from other competitions which the BBC had the broadcasting rights for, most usually from the FA Cup, this was up to 2007–08 when its rights were transferred to ITV. Once the FA Cup returned to the BBC from 2014 to 2015, Goal of the Month remained exclusively a Premier League affair. The winners usually go forth to contest the Goal of the Season.

From 2016 to 2017, the Premier League has run its own Goal of the Month award, whose winners can conflict with the Match of the Day accolade, as had happened six times in its maiden season.

Records

Winners

1992–93

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Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
SeptemberFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Ryan Giggs  (WAL) Manchester United Tottenham Hotspur White Hart Lane Premiership 19 September 1992
OctoberFlag of England.svg  Dalian Atkinson  (ENG) Aston Villa Wimbledon Selhurst Park 3 October 1992
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Clive Freeman  (ENG) Altrincham Chester City Moss Lane FA Cup 2nd Round 25 November 1992
DecemberFlag of England.svg  Dalian Atkinson  (ENG) Aston Villa Sheffield Wednesday Hillsborough Premiership 5 December 1992
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Julian Joachim  (ENG) Leicester City Barnsley Oakwell FA Cup 3rd Round Replay 20 January 1993
FebruaryFlag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Dwight Yorke  (TRI) Aston Villa Ipswich Town Villa Park Premiership 6 February 1993
March Sheffield Wednesday 17 March 1993
AprilFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Ian Rush  (WAL) Liverpool Oldham Athletic Anfield 10 April 1993
MayFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Ryan Giggs  (WAL) Manchester United Blackburn Rovers Old Trafford 3 May 1993

1993–94

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Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Jeremy Goss  (WAL) Norwich City Leeds United Elland Road Premiership 21 August 1993
SeptemberFlag of Nigeria.svg  Efan Ekoku  (NGA) Everton Goodison Park 25 September 1993
OctoberFlag of Guernsey.svg  Matt Le Tissier  (GUE) [lower-alpha 1] Southampton Newcastle United The Dell 24 October 1993
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Darren Anderton  (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur Queens Park Rangers Loftus Road 27 November 1993
DecemberFlag of England.svg  Ian Wright  (ENG) Arsenal Swindon Town County Ground 27 December 1993
JanuaryFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Mark Hughes  (WAL) Manchester United Sheffield United Bramall Lane FA Cup 3rd Round 9 January 1994
FebruaryFlag of France.svg  Eric Cantona  (FRA) Wimbledon Selhurst Park FA Cup 5th Round 20 February 1994
MarchFlag of England.svg  Ian Wright  (ENG) Arsenal Southampton The Dell Premiership 19 March 1994
AprilFlag of England.svg  Rod Wallace  (ENG) Leeds United Tottenham Hotspur Elland Road 17 April 1994
MayFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Barry Horne  (WAL) Everton Wimbledon Goodison Park 7 May 1994

1994–95

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Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of England.svg  Matt Le Tissier  (ENG) Southampton Aston Villa Villa Park Premiership 24 August 1994
SeptemberFlag of England.svg  Andy Cole  (ENG) Newcastle United Chelsea St James' Park 10 September 1994
OctoberFlag of England.svg  John Barnes  (ENG) Liverpool Blackburn Rovers Ewood Park 15 October 1994
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Alan Shearer  (ENG) Blackburn Rovers Queens Park Rangers 26 November 1994
DecemberFlag of England.svg  Matt Le Tissier  (ENG) Southampton Blackburn Rovers 10 December 1994
JanuaryFlag of Zimbabwe.svg  Peter Ndlovu  (ZIM) Coventry City West Bromwich Albion The Hawthorns FA Cup 3rd Round 18 January 1995
FebruaryFlag of England.svg  Andy Clarke  (ENG) Wimbledon Liverpool Anfield FA Cup 5th Round 19 February 1995
MarchFlag of England.svg  Teddy Sheringham  (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur Liverpool FA Cup 6th Round 11 March 1995
AprilFlag of England.svg  Stan Collymore  (ENG) Nottingham Forest Crystal Palace Selhurst Park Premiership 29 April 1995
MayFlag of Spain.svg  Nayim  (SPA) Real Zaragoza Arsenal Parc des Princes UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final 10 May 1995

1995–96

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Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Ghana.svg  Tony Yeboah  (GHA) Leeds United Liverpool Elland Road Premiership 21 August 1995
September Wimbledon Selhurst Park 23 September 1995
OctoberFlag of England.svg  Ian Wright  (ENG) Arsenal Leeds United Elland Road 14 October 1995
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Teddy Sheringham  (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur Coventry City Highfield Road 4 November 1995
DecemberFlag of England.svg  Alan Shearer  (ENG) Blackburn Rovers Tottenham Hotspur Ewood Park 30 December 1995
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Ian Wright  (ENG) Arsenal Everton Highbury 20 January 1996
FebruaryFlag of England.svg  Ian Woan  (ENG) Nottingham Forest Tottenham Hotspur City Ground 28 February 1996
MarchFlag of Georgia.svg  Georgi Kinkladze  (GEO) Manchester City Southampton Maine Road 16 March 1996
AprilFlag of England.svg  Alan Shearer  (ENG) Blackburn Rovers Wimbledon Ewood Park 17 April 1996
MayFlag of England.svg  Peter Beardsley  (ENG) Newcastle United Nottingham Forest City Ground 2 May 1996

1996–97

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Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of England.svg  David Beckham  (ENG) Manchester United Wimbledon Selhurst Park Premiership 17 August 1996
SeptemberFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Karel Poborský  (CZE) Leeds United Elland Road 7 September 1996
OctoberFlag of France.svg  David Ginola  (FRA) Newcastle United Ferencváros St James' Park UEFA Cup 2nd Round 15 October 1996
NovemberFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Dennis Bergkamp  (NED) Arsenal Tottenham Hotspur Highbury Premiership 24 November 1996
DecemberFlag of France.svg  Eric Cantona  (FRA) Manchester United Sunderland Old Trafford 21 December 1996
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Trevor Sinclair  (ENG) Queens Park Rangers Barnsley Loftus Road FA Cup 4th Round 25 January 1997
FebruaryFlag of Italy.svg  Gianfranco Zola  (ITA) Chelsea Manchester United Stamford Bridge Premiership 22 February 1997
MarchFlag of Brazil.svg  Juninho  (BRA) Middlesbrough Chelsea Riverside Stadium 22 March 1997
AprilFlag of Italy.svg  Gianfranco Zola  (ITA) Chelsea Wimbledon Highbury FA Cup Semi-final 13 April 1997
MayFlag of Brazil.svg  Juninho  (BRA) Middlesbrough Manchester United Old Trafford Premiership 5 May 1997

1997–98

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Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Dennis Bergkamp  (NED) Arsenal Leicester City Filbert Street Premiership 27 August 1997
SeptemberFlag of England.svg  Steve McManaman  (ENG) Liverpool Celtic Celtic Park UEFA Cup 1st Round 16 September 1997
OctoberFlag of England.svg  Paul Scholes  (ENG) Manchester United Barnsley Old Trafford Premiership 25 October 1997
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Kevin Davies  (ENG) Southampton Everton Goodison Park 2 November 1997
DecemberFlag of England.svg  Darren Huckerby  (ENG) Coventry City Manchester United Highfield Road 28 December 1997
JanuaryFlag of Georgia.svg  Georgi Kinkladze  (GEO) Manchester City West Ham United Maine Road FA Cup 4th Round 25 January 1998
FebruaryFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Ryan Giggs  (WAL) Manchester United Derby County Old Trafford Premiership 21 February 1998
MarchFlag of England.svg  Alan Thompson  (ENG) Bolton Wanderers Liverpool Anfield 7 March 1998
AprilFlag of France.svg  Patrick Vieira  (FRA) Arsenal Newcastle United Highbury 11 April 1998
MayFlag of England.svg  Dean Gordon  (ENG) Crystal Palace Bolton Wanderers Reebok Stadium 2 May 1998

1998–99

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of England.svg  Michael Owen  (ENG) Liverpool Newcastle United St James' Park Premiership 30 August 1998
SeptemberFlag of England.svg  Emile Heskey  (ENG) Leicester City Arsenal Filbert Street 12 September 1998
OctoberFlag of Turkey.svg  Muzzy Izzet  (TUR) Tottenham Hotspur 19 October 1998
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Steve Froggatt  (ENG) Coventry City Everton Highfield Road 16 November 1998
DecemberFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Dennis Bergkamp  (NED) Arsenal Aston Villa Villa Park 13 December 1998
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Darren Huckerby  (ENG) Coventry City Nottingham Forest Highfield Road 9 January 1999
FebruaryFlag of England.svg  Darren Anderton  (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur Leeds United White Hart Lane FA Cup 5th round replay 24 February 1999
MarchFlag of France.svg  David Ginola  (FRA) Barnsley Oakwell FA Cup 6th round 16 March 1999
AprilFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Ryan Giggs  (WAL) Manchester United Arsenal Villa Park FA Cup Semi-final replay 14 April 1999
MayFlag of France.svg  Emmanuel Petit  (FRA) Arsenal Tottenham Hotspur White Hart Lane Premiership 5 May 1999

1999–2000

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Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Uruguay.svg  Gus Poyet  (URU) Chelsea Sunderland Stamford Bridge Premiership 7 August 1999
SeptemberFlag of Latvia.svg  Marian Pahars  (LAT) Southampton Manchester United Old Trafford 6 September 2000
OctoberFlag of Ireland.svg  Stephen Carr  (IRL) Tottenham Hotspur White Hart Lane 23 October 1999
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Andy Cole  (ENG) Manchester United Leicester City Old Trafford 6 November 1999
DecemberFlag of France.svg  David Ginola  (FRA) Tottenham Hotspur Watford White Hart Lane 26 December 1999
JanuaryFlag of Italy.svg  Benito Carbone  (ITA) Aston Villa Leeds United Villa Park FA Cup 4th round 30 January 2000
FebruaryFlag of England.svg  Andy Cole  (ENG) Manchester United Coventry City Old Trafford Premiership 18 February 2001
MarchFlag of Italy.svg  Paolo Di Canio  (ITA) West Ham United Wimbledon Upton Park 26 March 2000
AprilFlag of England.svg  Paul Scholes  (ENG) Manchester United Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium 10 April 2000
MayFlag of Brazil.svg  Sylvinho  (BRA) Arsenal Sheffield Wednesday Highbury 9 May 2000

2000–01

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Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Croatia.svg  Mario Stanić  (CRO) Chelsea West Ham United Stamford Bridge Premiership 19 August 2000
SeptemberFlag of Brazil.svg  Sylvinho  (BRA) Arsenal Chelsea 6 September 2000
OctoberFlag of France.svg  Thierry Henry  (FRA) Manchester United Highbury 1 October 2000
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Andy Cole  (ENG) Manchester United Coventry City Highfield Road 4 November 2000
DecemberFlag of England.svg  Trevor Sinclair  (ENG) West Ham United Derby County Upton Park 26 December 2000
JanuaryFlag of Colombia.svg  Hámilton Ricard  (COL) Middlesbrough Bradford City Valley Parade FA Cup 3rd Round 8 January 2001
FebruaryFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink  (NED) Chelsea Arsenal Highbury FA Cup 5th Round 18 February 2001
MarchFlag of England.svg  Steven Gerrard  (ENG) Liverpool Manchester United Anfield Premiership 31 March 2001
AprilFlag of South Africa.svg  Shaun Bartlett  (RSA) Charlton Athletic Leicester City The Valley 1 April 2001
MayFlag of England.svg  Paul Merson  (ENG) Aston Villa Coventry City Villa Park 2 May 2001

2001–02

Awarded by ITV Sport's The Premiership .

2002–03

[ citation needed ]

Awarded by ITV Sport's The Premiership .

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of France.svg  Sylvain Wiltord  (FRA) Arsenal Birmingham City Highbury Premiership 18 August 2002
SeptemberFlag of Italy.svg  Paolo Di Canio  (ITA) West Ham United Chelsea Stamford Bridge 28 September 2002
OctoberFlag of England.svg  Wayne Rooney  (ENG) Everton Arsenal Goodison Park 19 October 2002
NovemberFlag of France.svg  Thierry Henry  (FRA) Arsenal Tottenham Hotspur Highbury 16 November 2002
DecemberFlag of England.svg  Alan Shearer  (ENG) Newcastle United Everton St James' Park 1 December 2002
JanuaryFlag of Iceland.svg  Eiður Guðjohnsen  (ISL) Chelsea Leeds United Stamford Bridge 28 January 2003
FebruaryFlag of Cameroon.svg  Geremi  (CMR) Middlesbrough Liverpool Anfield 8 February 2003
MarchFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Ruud van Nistelrooy  (NED) Manchester United Fulham Old Trafford 22 March 2003
AprilFlag of Nigeria.svg  Jay-Jay Okocha  (NGA) Bolton Wanderers West Ham United Reebok Stadium 19 April 2003

2003–04

Awarded by ITV Sport's The Premiership .


Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
SeptemberFlag of Scotland.svg  Alex Rae  (SCO) Wolverhampton Wanderers Bolton Wanderers Reebook Stadium Premiership 27 September 2003
MarchFlag of Germany.svg  Dietmar Hamann  (GER) Liverpool Portsmouth Old Trafford 17 March 2004

2004–05

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Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Patrick Berger  (CZE) Portsmouth Charlton Athletic The Valley Premiership 21 August 2004
SeptemberFlag of England.svg  Lee Hendrie  (ENG) Aston Villa Crystal Palace Villa Park 25 September 2004
OctoberFlag of France.svg  Thierry Henry  (FRA) Arsenal Charlton Athletic Highbury 2 October 2004
NovemberFlag of Spain.svg  Xabi Alonso  (SPA) Liverpool Arsenal Anfield 28 November 2004
DecemberFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Arjen Robben  (NED) Chelsea Norwich City Stamford Bridge 18 December 2004
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Wayne Rooney  (ENG) Manchester United Middlesbrough Old Trafford FA Cup 4th Round 29 January 2005
FebruaryFlag of France.svg  Thierry Henry  (FRA) Arsenal Crystal Palace Highbury Premiership 14 February 2005
MarchFlag of Greece.svg  Stelios Giannakopoulos  (GRE) Bolton Wanderers Norwich City Reebok Stadium 19 March 2005
AprilFlag of England.svg  Wayne Rooney  (ENG) Manchester United Newcastle United Old Trafford 24 April 2005
MayFlag of France.svg  Patrick Vieira  (FRA) Arsenal Everton Highbury 11 May 2005

2005–06

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Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Norway.svg  Morten Gamst Pedersen  (NOR) Blackburn Rovers Fulham Ewood Park Premiership 20 August 2005
SeptemberFlag of England.svg  Kevin Nolan  (ENG) Bolton Wanderers Portsmouth Reebok Stadium 24 September 2005
OctoberFlag of England.svg  Matthew Taylor  (ENG) Portsmouth Sunderland Stadium of Light 29 October 2005
NovemberFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Collins John  (NED) Fulham Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium 20 November 2005
DecemberFlag of Ireland.svg  Steven Reid  (IRL) Blackburn Rovers Wigan Athletic JJB Stadium 31 December 2005
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Liam Lawrence  (ENG) [lower-alpha 2] Sunderland Fulham Craven Cottage 2 January 2006
FebruaryFlag of Peru.svg  Nolberto Solano  (PER) Newcastle United Everton St James' Park 25 February 2006
MarchFlag of Senegal.svg  Henri Camara  (SEN) Wigan Athletic Sunderland Stadium of Light 11 March 2006
AprilFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Craig Bellamy  (WAL) Blackburn Rovers Portsmouth Fratton Park 8 April 2006
MayFlag of England.svg  Steven Gerrard  (ENG) Liverpool West Ham United Millennium Stadium FA Cup Final 13 May 2006

2006–07

[ citation needed ]

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Denmark.svg  Daniel Agger  (DEN) Liverpool West Ham United Anfield Premiership 26 August 2006
SeptemberFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Robin van Persie  (NED) Arsenal Charlton Athletic The Valley 29 September 2006
OctoberFlag of England.svg  Gareth Barry  (ENG) Aston Villa Tottenham Hotspur Villa Park 14 October 2006
NovemberFlag of France.svg  Nicolas Anelka  (FRA) Bolton Wanderers Arsenal Reebok Stadium 25 November 2006
DecemberFlag of England.svg  Paul Scholes  (ENG) Manchester United Aston Villa Villa Park 23 December 2006
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Wayne Rooney  (ENG) Portsmouth Old Trafford FA Cup 4th Round 27 January 2007
FebruaryFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Denny Landzaat  (NED) Wigan Athletic Arsenal Emirates Stadium Premiership 11 February 2007
MarchFlag of England.svg  Wayne Rooney  (ENG) Manchester United Bolton Wanderers Old Trafford 17 March 2007
AprilFlag of Scotland.svg  James McFadden  (SCO) Everton Charlton Athletic Goodison Park 15 April 2007
MayFlag of England.svg  Craig Gardner  (ENG) Aston Villa Bolton Wanderers Reebok Stadium 13 May 2007

2007–08

[ citation needed ]

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of France.svg  Charles N'Zogbia  (FRA) Newcastle United Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium Premier League 26 August 2007
SeptemberFlag of Togo.svg  Emmanuel Adebayor  (TOG) Arsenal Tottenham Hotspur White Hart Lane 15 September 2007
OctoberFlag of Argentina.svg  Carlos Tevez  (ARG) Manchester United Middlesbrough Old Trafford 27 October 2007
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Luke Young  (ENG) Middlesbrough Tottenham Hotspur Riverside Stadium 3 November 2007
DecemberFlag of Turkey.svg  Tuncay  (TUR) Derby County Pride Park 15 December 2007
JanuaryFlag of Portugal.svg  Cristiano Ronaldo  (POR) Manchester United Portsmouth Old Trafford 30 January 2008
FebruaryFlag of Ireland.svg  Daryl Murphy  (IRL) Sunderland Wigan Athletic Stadium of Light 9 February 2008
MarchFlag of Portugal.svg  Cristiano Ronaldo  (POR) Manchester United Aston Villa Old Trafford 29 March 2008
AprilFlag of Bulgaria.svg  Stiliyan Petrov  (BUL) Aston Villa Derby County Pride Park 12 April 2008
MayFlag of Brazil.svg  Fábio Rochemback  (BRA) Middlesbrough Manchester City Riverside Stadium 11 May 2008

2008–09

[ citation needed ]

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Jamaica.svg  Ricardo Fuller  (JAM) Stoke City Aston Villa Britannia Stadium Premier League 23 August 2008
SeptemberFlag of Brazil.svg  Geovanni  (BRA) Hull City Arsenal Emirates Stadium 27 September 2008
OctoberFlag of England.svg  David Bentley  (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur 29 October 2008
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Glen Johnson  (ENG) Portsmouth Hull City Fratton Park 22 November 2008
DecemberFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Robin van Persie  (NED) Arsenal Liverpool Emirates Stadium 21 December 2008
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Paul Konchesky  (ENG) Fulham West Ham United Upton Park 18 January 2009
FebruaryFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Ryan Giggs  (WAL) Manchester United 8 February 2009
MarchFlag of England.svg  Carlton Cole  (ENG) West Ham United Wigan Athletic JJB Stadium 4 March 2009
AprilFlag of Spain.svg  Fernando Torres  (SPA) Liverpool Blackburn Rovers Anfield 11 April 2009
MayFlag of Turkey.svg  Tuncay  (TUR) Middlesbrough Aston Villa Riverside Stadium 16 May 2009

2009–10

[ citation needed ]

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of England.svg  Carlton Cole  (ENG) West Ham United Tottenham Hotspur Upton Park Premier League 23 August 2009
SeptemberFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Craig Bellamy  (WAL) Manchester City Manchester United Old Trafford 20 September 2009
OctoberFlag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Didier Drogba  (CIV) Chelsea Bolton Wanderers Reebok Stadium 31 October 2009
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Cameron Jerome  (ENG) Birmingham City Liverpool Anfield 9 November 2009
DecemberFlag of Honduras (darker variant).svg  Maynor Figueroa  (HON) Wigan Athletic Stoke City Britannia Stadium 12 December 2009
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Ashley Cole  (ENG) Chelsea Sunderland Stamford Bridge 16 January 2010
FebruaryFlag of Ireland.svg  Damien Duff  (IRL) Fulham Birmingham City Craven Cottage 21 February 2010
MarchFlag of Spain.svg  Fernando Torres  (SPA) Liverpool Sunderland Anfield 28 March 2010
AprilFlag of England.svg  Danny Rose  (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur Arsenal White Hart Lane 14 April 2010
MayFlag of England.svg  Tom Huddlestone  (ENG) Bolton Wanderers 1 May 2010

2010–11

[ citation needed ]

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Gareth Bale  (WAL) Tottenham Hotspur Stoke City Britannia Stadium Premier League 21 August 2010
SeptemberFlag of Bulgaria.svg  Dimitar Berbatov  (BUL) Manchester United Liverpool Old Trafford 19 September 2010
OctoberFlag of Brazil.svg  Alex  (BRA) Chelsea Arsenal Stamford Bridge 3 October 2010
NovemberFlag of Bulgaria.svg  Dimitar Berbatov  (BUL) Manchester United Blackburn Rovers Old Trafford 27 November 2010
DecemberFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Rafael van der Vaart  (NED) Tottenham Hotspur Aston Villa Villa Park 26 December 2010
JanuaryFlag of Portugal.svg  Raul Meireles  (POR) Liverpool Wolverhampton Wanderers Molineux Stadium 22 January 2011
FebruaryFlag of England.svg  Wayne Rooney  (ENG) Manchester United Manchester City Old Trafford 12 February 2011
MarchFlag of Scotland.svg  Charlie Adam  (SCO) Blackpool Blackburn Rovers Ewood Park 19 March 2011
AprilFlag of England.svg  Simon Cox  (ENG) [lower-alpha 3] West Bromwich Albion Tottenham Hotspur White Hart Lane 23 April 2011
MayFlag of Argentina.svg  Carlos Tevez  (ARG) Manchester City Stoke City City of Manchester Stadium 17 May 2011

2011–12

[ citation needed ]

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg  Edin Džeko  (BIH) Manchester City Tottenham Hotspur White Hart Lane Premier League 28 August 2011
SeptemberFlag of Bulgaria.svg  Stiliyan Petrov  (BUL) Aston Villa Everton Goodison Park 10 September 2011
OctoberFlag of Costa Rica.svg  Bryan Ruiz  (CRC) Fulham Craven Cottage 23 October 2011
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Ryan Taylor  (ENG) Newcastle United St James' Park 5 November 2011
DecemberFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Robin van Persie  (NED) Arsenal Emirates Stadium 10 December 2011
JanuaryFlag of Benin.svg  Stéphane Sessègnon  (BEN) Sunderland Swansea City Stadium of Light 21 January 2012
FebruaryFlag of England.svg  Fraizer Campbell  (ENG) Norwich City 1 February 2012
MarchFlag of England.svg  Peter Crouch  (ENG) Stoke City Manchester City Britannia Stadium 24 March 2012
AprilFlag of France.svg  Hatem Ben Arfa  (FRA) Newcastle United Bolton Wanderers St James' Park 9 April 2012
MayFlag of Senegal.svg  Papiss Cissé  (SEN) Chelsea Stamford Bridge 2 May 2012

2012–13

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Robin van Persie  (NED) Manchester United Fulham Old Trafford Premier League 25 August 2012
SeptemberFlag of France.svg  Hatem Ben Arfa  (FRA) Newcastle United Aston Villa St James' Park 2 September 2012
OctoberFlag of Morocco.svg  Adel Taarabt  (MAR) Queens Park Rangers West Ham United Loftus Road 1 October 2012
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Jermain Defoe  (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur White Hart Lane 22 November 2012
DecemberFlag of England.svg  Theo Walcott  (ENG) Arsenal Newcastle United Emirates Stadium 29 December 2012
JanuaryFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Gareth Bale  (WAL) Tottenham Hotspur Norwich City Carrow Road 30 January 2013
February West Ham United Upton Park 25 February 2013
MarchFlag of England.svg  Andy Carroll  (ENG) West Ham United West Bromwich Albion Upton Park 30 March 2013
AprilFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Robin van Persie  (NED) Manchester United Aston Villa Old Trafford 22 April 2013
MayFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kevin Mirallas  (BEL) Everton West Ham United Goodison Park 12 May 2013

2013–14

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Robin van Persie  (NED) Manchester United Swansea City Liberty Stadium Premier League 17 August 2013
SeptemberFlag of England.svg  Jordon Mutch  (ENG) Cardiff City Fulham Craven Cottage 28 September 2013
OctoberFlag of England.svg  Jack Wilshere  (ENG) Arsenal Norwich City Emirates Stadium 19 October 2013
NovemberFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Aaron Ramsey  (WAL) Liverpool 2 November 2013
DecemberFlag of Uruguay.svg  Luis Suárez  (URU) Liverpool Norwich City Anfield 4 December 2013
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Daniel Sturridge  (ENG) Everton 28 January 2014
FebruaryFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Tomáš Rosický  (CZE) Arsenal Sunderland Emirates Stadium 22 February 2014
MarchFlag of England.svg  Wayne Rooney  (ENG) Manchester United West Ham United Upton Park 22 March 2014
AprilFlag of England.svg  Jonjo Shelvey  (ENG) Swansea City Aston Villa Liberty Stadium 26 April 2014
MayFlag of England.svg  Ross Barkley  (ENG) Everton Manchester City Goodison Park 3 May 2014

2014–15

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Germany.svg  André Schürrle  (GER) Chelsea Burnley Turf Moor Premier League 18 August 2014
SeptemberFlag of Argentina.svg  Ángel Di María  (ARG) Manchester United Leicester City King Power Stadium 21 September 2014
OctoberFlag of Spain.svg  David Silva  (SPA) Manchester City West Ham United Upton Park 25 October 2014
NovemberFlag of Spain.svg  Ayoze Pérez  (SPA) Newcastle United West Bromwich Albion The Hawthorns 9 November 2014
DecemberFlag of England.svg  Ross Barkley  (ENG) Everton Queens Park Rangers Goodison Park 15 December 2014
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Harry Kane  (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur Chelsea White Hart Lane 1 January 2015
FebruaryFlag of Brazil.svg  Philippe Coutinho  (BRA) Liverpool Southampton St Mary's Stadium 22 February 2015
MarchFlag of Spain.svg  Juan Mata  (SPA) Manchester United Liverpool Anfield 22 March 2015
AprilFlag of Scotland.svg  Charlie Adam  (SCO) Stoke City Chelsea Stamford Bridge 4 April 2015
MayFlag of England.svg  Jack Wilshere  (ENG) Arsenal West Bromwich Albion Emirates Stadium 24 May 2015

2015–16

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Brazil.svg  Philippe Coutinho  (BRA) Liverpool Stoke City Britannia Stadium Premier League 9 August 2015
SeptemberFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Christian Benteke  (BEL) Manchester United Old Trafford 12 September 2015
OctoberFlag of Chile.svg  Alexis Sánchez  (CHI) Arsenal Emirates Stadium 4 October 2015
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Adam Smith  (ENG) Bournemouth Everton Vitality Stadium 28 November 2015
DecemberFlag of Curacao.svg  Cuco Martina  (CUW) Southampton Arsenal St. Mary's Stadium 26 December 2015
JanuaryFlag of England.svg  Dele Alli  (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur Crystal Palace Selhurst Park 23 January 2016
FebruaryFlag of England.svg  Jamie Vardy  (ENG) Leicester City Liverpool King Power Stadium 2 February 2016
MarchFlag of England.svg  Harry Kane  (ENG) Tottenham Hotspur Arsenal White Hart Lane 5 March 2016
AprilFlag of France.svg  Dimitri Payet  (FRA) West Ham United Crystal Palace Upton Park 2 April 2016
MayFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eden Hazard  (BEL) Chelsea Tottenham Hotspur Stamford Bridge 2 May 2016

2016–17

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Senegal.svg  Sadio Mané  (SEN) Liverpool Arsenal Emirates Stadium Premier League 14 August 2016
SeptemberFlag of England.svg  Jordan Henderson  (ENG) Chelsea Stamford Bridge 16 September 2016
OctoberFlag of Uruguay.svg  Gastón Ramírez  (URU) Middlesbrough Bournemouth Riverside Stadium 29 October 2016
NovemberFlag of France.svg  Paul Pogba  (FRA) Manchester United Swansea City Liberty Stadium 6 November 2016
December [lower-alpha 4] Flag of Armenia.svg  Henrikh Mkhitaryan  (ARM) Sunderland Old Trafford 26 December 2016
JanuaryFlag of France.svg  Olivier Giroud  (FRA) Arsenal Crystal Palace Emirates Stadium 1 January 2017
FebruaryFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eden Hazard  (BEL) Chelsea Arsenal Stamford Bridge 7 February 2017
MarchFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Georginio Wijnaldum  (NED) Liverpool Anfield 4 March 2017
AprilFlag of Brazil.svg  Roberto Firmino  (BRA) Stoke City bet365 Stadium 8 April 2017
MayFlag of Germany.svg  Emre Can  (GER) Watford Vicarage Road 1 May 2017

2017–18

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of England.svg  Charlie Daniels  (ENG) Bournemouth Manchester City Vitality Stadium Premier League 26 August 2017
SeptemberFlag of Ecuador.svg  Antonio Valencia  (ECU) Manchester United Everton Old Trafford 17 September 2017
OctoberFlag of Morocco.svg  Sofiane Boufal  (MAR) Southampton West Bromwich Albion St Mary's Stadium 21 October 2017
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Wayne Rooney  (ENG) Everton West Ham United Goodison Park 29 November 2017
DecemberFlag of Egypt.svg  Mohamed Salah  (EGY) Liverpool Everton Anfield 10 December 2017
JanuaryFlag of Equatorial Guinea.svg  Pedro Obiang  (EQG) West Ham United Tottenham Hotspur Wembley Stadium 4 January 2018
FebruaryFlag of Egypt.svg  Mohamed Salah  (EGY) Liverpool Anfield 4 February 2018
MarchFlag of England.svg  Jamie Vardy  (ENG) Leicester City West Bromwich Albion The Hawthorns 10 March 2018
AprilFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kevin De Bruyne  (BEL) Manchester City Swansea City City of Manchester Stadium 22 April 2018

2018–19

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Jean Michaël Seri  (CIV) Fulham Burnley Craven Cottage Premier League 25 August 2018
SeptemberFlag of England.svg  Daniel Sturridge  (ENG) Liverpool Chelsea Stamford Bridge 29 September 2018
OctoberFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Aaron Ramsey  (WAL) Arsenal Fulham Craven Cottage 7 October 2018
NovemberFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Junior Hoilett  (CAN) Cardiff City Wolverhampton Wanderers Cardiff City Stadium 30 November 2018
DecemberFlag of England.svg  Andros Townsend  (ENG) Crystal Palace Manchester City City of Manchester Stadium 22 December 2018
JanuaryFlag of Germany.svg  André Schürrle  (GER) Fulham Burnley Turf Moor 12 January 2019
FebruaryFlag of Switzerland.svg  Fabian Schär  (SUI) Newcastle United St James' Park 26 February 2019
MarchFlag of Brazil.svg  Andreas Pereira  (BRA) Manchester United Southampton Old Trafford 2 March 2019
AprilFlag of Egypt.svg  Mohamed Salah  (EGY) Liverpool Chelsea Anfield 14 April 2019
MayFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Vincent Kompany  (BEL) Manchester City Leicester City City of Manchester Stadium 6 May 2019

2019–20

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
AugustFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Harry Wilson  (WAL) Bournemouth Manchester City Vitality Stadium Premier League 25 August 2019
SeptemberFlag of Egypt.svg  Mohamed Salah  (EGY) Liverpool Newcastle United Anfield 14 September 2019
OctoberFlag of England.svg  Matty Longstaff  (ENG) Newcastle United Manchester United St James' Park 6 October 2019
NovemberFlag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kevin De Bruyne  (BEL) Manchester City Newcastle United 30 November 2019
DecemberFlag of South Korea.svg  Son Heung-min  (KOR) Tottenham Hotspur Burnley Tottenham Hotspur Stadium 7 December 2019
JanuaryFlag of Iran.svg  Alireza Jahanbakhsh  (IRN) Brighton & Hove Albion Chelsea Amex Stadium 1 January 2020
FebruaryFlag of France.svg  Anthony Martial  (FRA) Manchester United Watford Old Trafford 23 February 2020
March/June [lower-alpha 5] Flag of Brazil.svg  Fabinho  (BRA) Liverpool Crystal Palace Anfield 24 June 2020
JulyFlag of Mexico.svg  Raúl Jiménez  (MEX)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kevin De Bruyne  (BEL)
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Manchester City
Burnley
Norwich City
Turf Moor
City of Manchester Stadium
15 July 2020
26 July 2020

2020–21

Key:  Goal of the Season

MonthScorerForAgainstStadiumCompetitionDate
SeptemberFlag of England.svg  James Maddison  (ENG) Leicester City Manchester City City of Manchester Stadium Premier League 27 September 2020
OctoberFlag of Argentina.svg  Manuel Lanzini  (ARG) West Ham United Tottenham Hotspur Tottenham Hotspur Stadium 18 October 2020
NovemberFlag of England.svg  Danny Ings  (ENG) Southampton Aston Villa Villa Park 1 November 2020
DecemberFlag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Sébastien Haller  (CIV) West Ham United Crystal Palace London Stadium 16 December 2020
JanuaryFlag of Egypt.svg  Mohamed Salah  (EGY) Liverpool West Ham United 31 January 2021
FebruaryFlag of Portugal.svg  Bruno Fernandes  (POR) Manchester United Everton Old Trafford 6 February 2021
MarchFlag of Argentina.svg  Erik Lamela  (ARG) Tottenham Hotspur Arsenal Emirates Stadium 14 March 2021
AprilFlag of England.svg  Jesse Lingard  (ENG) West Ham United Wolverhampton Wanderers London Stadium 5 April 2021
MayFlag of Spain.svg  Ferran Torres  (SPA)
Flag of Uruguay.svg  Edinson Cavani  (URU)
Manchester City
Manchester United
Newcastle United
Arsenal
St James' Park
Old Trafford
14 May 2021
18 May 2021

Players with multiple awards

As of January 2021 award
RankPlayerAwards
1 Flag of England.svg Wayne Rooney 8
2 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Robin van Persie 6
3 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Ryan Giggs 5
Flag of Egypt.svg Mohamed Salah
4 Flag of France.svg Thierry Henry 4
Flag of England.svg Alan Shearer
Flag of England.svg Andy Cole
Flag of England.svg Ian Wright
9 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Gareth Bale 3
Flag of France.svg David Ginola
Flag of England.svg Paul Scholes
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Dennis Bergkamp
Flag of England.svg / Flag of Guernsey.svg Matt Le Tissier
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Kevin De Bruyne
14 Flag of Germany.svg André Schürrle 2
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Aaron Ramsey
Flag of England.svg Daniel Sturridge
Flag of England.svg Jamie Vardy
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eden Hazard
Flag of England.svg Harry Kane
Flag of Brazil.svg Philippe Coutinho
Flag of England.svg Jack Wilshere
Flag of Scotland.svg Charlie Adam
Flag of England.svg Ross Barkley
Flag of France.svg Hatem Ben Arfa
Flag of Bulgaria.svg Stiliyan Petrov
Flag of Argentina.svg Carlos Tevez
Flag of Bulgaria.svg Dimitar Berbatov
Flag of Spain.svg Fernando Torres
Flag of England.svg Carlton Cole
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Craig Bellamy
Flag of Turkey.svg Tuncay
Flag of Portugal.svg Cristiano Ronaldo
Flag of England.svg Steven Gerrard
Flag of France.svg Patrick Vieira
Flag of Italy.svg Paolo Di Canio
Flag of England.svg Trevor Sinclair
Flag of Brazil.svg Sylvinho
Flag of England.svg Darren Anderton
Flag of England.svg Darren Huckerby
Flag of Georgia.svg Georgi Kinkladze
Flag of Brazil.svg Juninho
Flag of Italy.svg Gianfranco Zola
Flag of France.svg Eric Cantona
Flag of England.svg Teddy Sheringham
Flag of Ghana.svg Tony Yeboah
Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg Dwight Yorke
Flag of England.svg Dalian Atkinson

Notes

  1. Le Tissier was born in Guernsey, which has status of County Football Association within the Football Association. He made his debut for England in March 1994.
  2. Lawrence was born in England, but made his debut for the Republic of Ireland in May 2009.
  3. Cox was born in England, but made his debut for the Republic of Ireland in May 2011.
  4. Mkhitaryan's goal won the public vote, but Bradley Lowery, a then 5-year-old Sunderland fan with neuroblastoma, was given a special honour for scoring a penalty against Chelsea's Asmir Begović, during the warm-ups prior to the match with Sunderland on 14 December 2016. [7]
  5. Due to the stoppage of play caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the months of March and June 2020 were combined into a single Goal of the Month award.

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