William "Bill" Goggin (born 4 January 1941) is a former Australian rules football player in the Victorian Football League for Geelong Football Club and later coached Footscray and Geelong football clubs. Goggin ranks as one of Geelong's greatest ever players in a career that spanned more than a decade. He was a dual best and fairest winner, premiership player and captain of the Cats.
Goggin was also an accomplished sprinter, competing on the professional running circuit in the mid-1960s. He won the 1964 Ballarat Gift.
Goggin coached Geelong West to its only VFA First Division premiership in 1975.
He was inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame in 2000. His citation read "Famous for roving to Graham "Polly" Farmer and pinpointing Doug Wade up forward." His nephew, Mathew Goggin, is a golfer on the PGA Tour.