FFA Cup Goal of the Year

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The FFA Cup Goal of the Year will return in 2020.

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How the FFA Cup Goal of the Year works

From long range screamers to classy team goals, the FFA Cup has been home to plenty of sublime strikes around the nation since its commencement in 2014.

This year, we’re giving you the chance to win a Hyundai A-League Grand Final 2020 experience simply by submitting your vote for the best goal of the competition, and answering in 25 words or less ‘What is your favourite moment from the FFA Cup?’

Every goal filmed on camera from the Preliminary Rounds of the competition to the Final is eligible to win the FFA Cup 2019 Goal of the Year.

After our expert panel decides the shortlist, it will be up to FFA Cup fans around the nation to decide which goals make it all the way to the final vote.

The final round of voting will have 10 goals, with the top two most-voted goals from the Preliminary Rounds going through, the top three from the Round of 32, the top two from the Round of 16, and the best goal from the Quarter Finals, Semi-Finals, and the Final. 

However, if any round does not have any goals scored, the final goals will be decided by a 'wild-card' round of voting. 

Over the comings weeks and months, you’ll be able to vote for the best goals scored in the Preliminary Rounds, Round of 32, Round of 16, Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals, and Final, so make sure you return to www.theffacup.com.au regularly.

FFA Cup Goal of the Year Winners

The FFA Cup Goal of the Year launched in 2018, and was won by Hellenic AC's Sulav Maskey. 

The 2019 winner was Perth SC's Paul Zimarino.