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A goal is an objective that a person or a system plans or intends to achieve.
Goal, GOAL, Goal! or G.O.A.L may also refer to:
- Goal (sport), a method of scoring in many sports, or the physical structure or area of the playing surface where scoring occurs
- Goal! (trilogy), a film trilogy which consists of:
- Goal, 2007 Malayalam-language film
- Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal, 2007 Bollywood Hindi-language film based on football in the Asian community in England.
- Goal mac Morn or Goll mac Morna, a character in Irish mythology
- Goal! (video game), a 1988 game for the Nintendo Entertainment System
- The Goal, a management-oriented novel by Eliyahu M. Goldratt
- Goal.com, a website for international football (soccer) news
- Goal (novel) a children's novel by Michael Hardcastle
- Dino Dini's Goal, a 1993 game for Amiga, Atari ST and PC
- Global Overseas Adoptees' Link, an South Korean agency that aids Korean adoptees who grew up in other countries in adjusting back to their birth country
- GOAL agent programming language, a high-level programming language for programming rational agents
- Gun Owners' Action League, the official firearms association of Massachusetts
- Game Oriented Assembly Lisp, a video game programming language
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