Fastest goal all Ireland football final
by kicking the ball in the goal!! the best and original type of football. american football is stupid
Ronny Heberson for Lisbon - 131.28 mph
Hakan Sukur of Turkey scored the fastest goal in World Cup history when he scored a goal in just 11 seconds at the 2002 World Cup finals.
The fastest goal scored from the start of a period is 4 seconds, by Denis Savard in 1986. The fastest goal scored at the start of a game is 5 seconds, by Doug Smail in 1981, Bryan Trottier in 1984, and Alex Mogilny in 1991.
Brian Dean for Sheffield United
A goal is scored when the ball passes the line!
the fastest goal scored in the premiership is 1 second by conor harding
The last Premiership goal of the last millennium was scored by Jody Morris; an English football midfielder that currently plays for Scottish club St. Johnstone. He has also previously played for Chelsea, Leeds United, Rotherham United and Millwall.
The fastest goal was scored by Hasan Sukar of Turkey in eleven seconds.
Arthur Rowley scored 434 goals in 619 gqame
The fastest goal was by Germany! XD
Oribe Peralta for Mexico v Brazil at Wembley in London 2012
Ithink it is from Hakan Sukur in 2002 FIFA World Cup semi-final Turkey - South Korea
Marouane Chamakh , Wolves 0:1 Arsenal, 37 second
Eoin Doyle is the person who scored the fastest goal for Chesterfield. He is still the record breaker with an all time record of 44 goals in a season.Ê
Ryan Giggs has scored Manchester United's fastest goal ever, scored in 15 seconds against Southampton in November 1995.
The fastest ever goal in champions league is scored by Bayern Munich's Roy Makaay in 10.3 sec against Real Madrid in 2007.
There are no statistics for the longest goal scored in the World Cup. However the fastest goal scored from kickoff was 11 seconds. It was accomplished by Hakan Sukur in 2002.
Ricardo Vaz Te for Barnsley last night (06/12/11) 7 seconds
Hakan Sukur scored the fastest goal in world cup history. From the kickoff, it took him 11 seconds to score. (He played for Team Turkey)
The fastest goal in an FA Cup Final occurred on 30 May, 2009, in the FA Cup Final in front of a crowd of over 90,000 at New Wembley Stadium, London: Louis Saha scored for Everton v Chelsea on 25 seconds of the first half. Saha's goal for Everton is also one of the fastest on record in top-flight English football in all competitions. Drogba's equalizer for Chelsea at 22.40 of the first half of the 2009 Final also marks the fastest that bothteams have scored in an FA Cup Final.Jim Fryatt still holds the all-time fastest goal in English football at any level when he scored on 5 seconds on 25 April, 1964, playing in Division Four for Bradford Park Avenue v. Tranmere Rovers.Freddy Eastwood, playing in his League Four debut for Southend United v. Swansea City, scored his first League goal on 7 seconds on 16 October, 2004.James Hayter, playing in League One football for AFC Bournemouth v. Wrexham on 23 February, 2004, scored the fastest hattrick (3 goals, without any other score on either side) in English football history, scoring all 3 goals within 2 minutes and 20 seconds. AFC Bournemouth defeated Wrexham 6-0.The fastest goal by a substitute was an astonishing 1.8 seconds after coming on by Nicklas Bendtner, playing in the Premier League for Arsenal v. Tottenham Hotspur, on 22 December, 2007.For more interesting records and information on the English Premier League, see the blog called "Poetic Football" via the Related Links.