Aussie-Goal!™ is an Australian organisation that strives to make Aussie sport more entertaining, more fair, and more profitable for teams, athletes, fans and punters; by championing global sports projects.

My goal is to turn Aussie-Goal!™ projects into reality so they can benefit Australian and International sports. My work, ideas and innovations are protected by Australian copyright law.


Dear Television Production companies, Sports Broadcasters and NFL Enthusiasts,

I am the founder and trademark owner of ‘Aussie-Goal!’ – the organisation that constantly pushes the boundaries of Australian sport to make it more entertaining and more lucrative for sporting teams, athletes, fans, punters and commercial stakeholders.

I am writing to you to pitch my TV show idea for an exciting, never-before-seen Reality TV Show that follows Australian Rugby League, Rugby Union, Australian Football League, and Gridiron athletes from Australia, New Zealand, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, and Papua Guinea (and other Oceanic nations) as they compete to become a Rookie on an American NFL team!

We have been inspired by the many Aussie footy players who have tried to make it in the NFL, and opened the doors for others to follow. We’re also inspired by the number of football fans worldwide who follow football codes of other nations during their own off season. And, for the first time ever, the 2024 Australian NRL season will begin with a double-header in Las Vegas, with the Sydney Roosters facing the Brisbane Broncos, and the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles taking on the South Sydney Rabbitohs on 2 March 2024. (Source: Fox Sports News August 2023)

How will the TV show ‘Footy Player to NFL Star’ work?

25-30 contestants will pass through mental, physical and tactical tests in extreme locations, with the top 12 advancing to face challenges set by the top NFL coaches and players, with one player eliminated each week until one winner is left standing!

Along the way, the global audience will get to see locations in Australia and places of origin of athletes (New Zealand, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Papua Guinea) as well as personal stories (as hobbies, family, education, knowledge) of where each has come from and why they want to play NFL.

There will be specific challenges depending on the position as quarterback, wide receiver, tight end and centre. The final three athletes will go to the USA to go through the final challenge to train with a professional team and be considered for a draft pick in the NFL.

The winners will get a College football scholarship or a place in a second division NFL team (subject to feasibility discussion). This is a money-can’t buy experience for young Aussie footy players.

We believe it’s feasible for the USA NFL headquarters to accommodate one winner every year as it is beneficial for the game and promotes it AROUND THE WORLD and influences children to watch NFL, follow their favourite team and one day even become a champion or win the Super Bowl final!

The reality show will have 15-25 episodes. The show will broadcast every year. Any subsequent shows will update the progress of the winners of previous series and have exciting features added depending on the audience demands.

After approval of the show to go ahead, we will announce auditions for potential contenders. We are going to have many athletes to choose every year for many years to come.

I will publish and promote this letter on the homepage on my website www.aussiegoal.com and Aussie-Goal! social media as per copyright requirements.

I am presenting this new Reality NFL TV show series by emailing the direct contacts of the leading American TV sport channels and reality TV production companies to find a way to collaborate with the NFL head office to make this show possible and successful.

The show will embrace a strong relationship between our people and countries, and has the potential to be one of the biggest rating shows in every country that plays rugby (England, South Africa, Ireland, France, Italy, Georgia and Argentina) and will be beneficial for the continuous development of footy in Australia and Oceania. Another aim of the show is to engage more American supporters of Australian National sports competitions.

I am seeking your interest in piloting this groundbreaking original show. If there is anyone from American TV networks who would be interested in such a show please let me know via email or phone.

Thank you.

Daniel Biryukoff
Founder, Aussie-Goal!™
+61 468886879


Australia has always batted well above its average when it comes to International sport. But we have been held back from the leaderboard in winter sports events, due to the difficulties our winter athletes face, like our distance from Europe, limited snow cover and the expense of training overseas at winter Olympic venues.

But there’s an innovative new idea being floated by Aussie-Goal!™ (the organisation that advocates for improvements in rules and conditions for Australian athletes and sporting bodies)… they want Australia to partner with Ukraine to develop a home-away-from-home for Aussie winter sports.

On average, Ukraine has 80 days more snowfall per year than Australia*. Surprisingly though, at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games, Australia finished ahead of Ukraine in the medal tally! This is because Ukraine does not have state-of-the-art training facilities behind its sports like we do in Australia.

Ukraine has been an independent country for over 25 years, and is the second biggest country in Europe after Russia. The current Russian invasion in Crimea and military movement in the Donbass region have slowed Ukraine’s ambitions of living a progressive, peaceful and more Western lifestyle. The Ukraine Government and its youthful voters are looking to foster a successful and healthy generation of Ukrainians and to be seen as global citizens; not just Russia’s neighbour.

70% of Australia is classified as arid or semi-arid, which means it gets less than 500 mm of rain a year. With so little rainfall, cold weather and snow, you would assume Australia has little chance of ever hosting a winter Olympic Games – therefore building winter facilities in Australia would be a waste of funding. But according to Daniel Biryukoff, Founder of Aussie-Goal!™ sports organisation, Australia can (and should) co-host a Winter Olympic Games… just not actually IN Australia, but in his home country; Ukraine.

Biryukoff explains that “Similar to the way neighbouring countries often co-host football world cup matches, Ukraine could co-host an Australian Winter Olympic Games. Ukraine has the land – Australia has the finance! Imagine Australia had an ice hockey team that could train as often as the Scandinavians? I believe we would be very successful!”

When asked what the grand plans are for the Australia-Ukrainian sports epicentre, Biryukoff explains “The mountainous Karpatyi region (West Ukraine) has the perfect conditions to build a Winter competition venue for junior, professional and senior athletes to train and compete. There’s an airport and space to build state-of-the-art, modern and sustainable living and training facilities. If we had training and equipment storage facilities for winter sports, Aussie teams could base themselves there and save money flying to various venues around Western Europe (where accommodation, currency and living costs are higher). And they would have their Aussie team mates (both Summer and Winter) around them while they acclimatise for events during their pre-season.”

And the partnership benefits don’t stop at sport. Ukraine is known to have the richest soil in Europe, and has a growing international business industry – which opens up the potential for mutually-beneficial sponsor promotions and sports broadcasting.

Aussie-Goal!™ believes that an Aussie Winter Sports base in Ukraine is a logical, economical, and political solution that has far reaching benefits for Australia and Ukraine, their athletes and their people. Aussie-Goal!™ would like the Australian Government and Australian Winter sports organisations to consider this proposition to build economical, political, and friendship in Eastern Europe with Ukraine, and resolve all issues for good.

That’s our Goal, our Aussie- Goal!™

Daniel Biryukoff
Founder, Aussie-Goal!™
0468 886 879


Australia is undeniably a great sporting nation. But with so many of our favourite National sports contested only by countries within our Oceania region or the Commonwealth – how do we really know if we’re world champions in the true sense of the word?

Sport advocacy organisation Aussie-Goal!™ believes it’s high time that Aussie sports such as Netball, AFL, NRL, ARU and Cricket rolled out to the rest of the world so we can really prove ourselves at all levels and see other nations enjoy our great sports.

“We should start by promoting and popularising Aussie Sports in key strategic nations at grassroots level all the way up to professional levels, National Championships and World Cups.” says Aussie-Goal!™ Founder Daniel Biryukoff.

I have been following and analysing male and female sports competitions both domestically and internationally, and believe there are several likely benefits to an Aussie expansion:

Healthy physical development of kids in all nations
Improve mental health all over the World
Increase the exposure and appeal of Aussie sports
Increased media coverage, advertising spend and athlete salaries
Boost the careers of thousands of Australian sports coaches and professionals
Increased membership for Australian sports clubs
Increased tax contribution from the sport industry
Stronger political and economical relationships

“We’ve hit a glass ceiling with our national sports. And while competitions are tough and entertaining, the finals broadcasting on TV has also reached maximum appeal and audience – and dollars. Plus, Netball, AFL, NRL, ARU and Cricket sports clubs can’t get any more members… that is unless we start to appeal to other nations.

Ukraine and Australia share more in common than you might think. Ukrainian President and Australian Prime Ministers were both elected in 2019, so are fairly fresh in their position. The grassroots sport in Ukraine is football (soccer), so they would be excited to play alternative field sports in a team environment, and play NRL and AFL in a National Ukrainian competition, and then represent the country. Just like Aussies, Ukrainian people are mentally tough and very competitive by nature. Aussie-Goal!™ contacts in sports management in the Ukraine have shown keen interest in their initial plan.

Analytics forecasting shows it is good timing to get in touch with the Ukrainian Government. They are in need of a friend to mentor, guide and support them to develop a new society and healthy and happy Ukranian citizens, stabilise their political situation, and create commercial business opportunities for all parties.

Aussie-Goal!™ would like the Australian Government to consider this proposition to build economical, political and friendship in Eastern Europe with Ukraine through a sporting partnership. It’s WIN-WIN!

So it’s time to expand our sports internationally and recruit new countries to PLAY, WATCH, COACH BET, and COMPETE with Australia.

That’s our Goal, our Aussie- Goal!™

Daniel Biryukoff
Founder, Aussie-Goal!™
0468 886 879

Money in Sport Email

Dear sports enthusiasts and sporting industry professionals,

I am the founder and trademark owner of ‘Aussie Goal’ – the organisation that constantly pushes the boundaries of Australian sport to make it more entertaining and more lucrative for sporting teams, athletes, fans, punters and commercial stakeholders.

We’re writing to let you know about our latest campaigns:

• We are campaigning to change the rules of Women’s tennis in Grand Slams so they play matches of up to five sets (not the archaic and gender-biased three sets), starting with the Australian Open.
• We are launching a free-to-air 24/7 TV channel and sports betting website that shows and explains all Aussie sports to global audiences, and brings in more dollars and playing opportunities for our teams, athletes and punters.
• We are writing an Australian pre-match war cry to rival the NZ haka – to elevate Australian sporting teams and attract more interest from international audiences. This idea was liked by over 200,000 people on Facebook.
• We are co-producing a reality TV show about young Aussie football players (all codes) striving for a place on an American NFL team, to boost the appeal of Aussie footy codes and tourism to a global audience.
• We are working on a film based on the history of Australian Sport, to celebrate our sporting achievements and attract tourists
• We have the ability to gain support for new sports initiatives through our Facebook following, for example our last post reached over 250,000 people.
• We own the data for over 250,000 individuals, including American and Australian TV audiences, players, clubs, trainers and participants in all sports
• Aussie Goal has close to 2 million Facebook views (all passionate sports fans)
• Our marketing is directed at active participants in, or supporters of sport of all types throughout Australia. If you consider the number of people who play or are fans of football, AFL, netball, cricket, rugby league, rugby union, basketball, baseball and more – they are all potential customers for your brands
• We aim to start a new era in sporting records and stats

Aussie Goal is looking for commercial brands to partner with any of our campaign ideas to expand their audience reach, connection to sport and importantly – increase their sales.
I will follow up with you soon, but in the meantime if you are interested in a partnership with any of our campaigns please email or call at your earliest convenience.

That’s our Goal, our Aussie- Goal!™

Daniel Biryukoff
Founder, Aussie-Goal!™
0468 886 879


Aussie Goal TV Letter

Dear sports enthusiasts and sporting industry professionals,

I am the founder and trademark owner of ‘Aussie Goal’ – the organisation that constantly pushes the boundaries of Australian sport to make it more entertaining and more lucrative for sporting teams, athletes, fans, punters and commercial stakeholders.

We’re writing to let you know about our latest initiative: Aussie Goal TV

Aussie Goal TV will be the NEW destination where international fans of Australian sports can place a bet on ANY team, ANY athlete and ANY game Australia is playing, AND all sports around the world (like other betting websites do). The channel will be linked to a sports betting website, hosted at AussieGoal.com, so punters can back the Aussie team or athlete to win.

This is a world-first because the channel will explain and translate the rules of sporting matches in various languages around the world, with a focus on Asia.

Australia participates in sport ALL year round – NON STOP! NRU, NRL, AFL, football, netball, cricket and also women’s rugby, AFL, football, mixed netball. If these sports play more games internationally, this potentially means more lucrative opportunities for teams and sponsors. They could even become Olympic like Women’s Rugby 7’s.

How can betting websites benefit?

We have some pretty bold ideas about how we want the betting to run. For example, broadcasting sports where draws are not an option (like the golden point rule in NRL). And where margin betting

Such as AFL margins 1-39 or 40+ or Rugby Union 1-12; 13+ give punters more betting opportunities.

Punters will be able to build multi-bets on margins up to 20 legs for a very small bet… for big returns on wins.

How can TV channels benefit?

We feel that the best way to advertise Aussie Goal TV is during an International match in which Australian football teams are playing. In 2014, The Western Sydney Wanderers played against Guangzhou Evergrande in the Asian Champions league Final. The TV audience for this game was 90 people million worldwide. Commercial advertising at games like these is priceless, and it’s exactly the audience we think can be ours at Aussie Goal TV and an opportunity for Aussie sports to promote, expand and be seen.

Why get involved with Aussie Goal TV and betting website?

  • To bring more earning potential to players and athletes
  • To get more global exposure for Aussie UNIQUE sports
  • Involve more people in other countries to participate in Aussie sports
  • To give coaches and teams more international opportunities
  • To give fans a place to watch and punt on men’s and women’s Australian sport competitions
  • To deliver more exciting ways to bet, along with translations into various languages
  • A win-win situation for fans, teams and commercial stakeholders alike

Right now, we are looking for media partners and betting website partners who can bring their expertise and combine it with the volume of traffic and sports connections we have.

If you are interested in being part of this world-first Australian sports TV channel and betting site collaboration, we would very much like to come in a speak with you about how we can make this happen.

That’s our Goal, our Aussie- Goal!™

Daniel Biryukoff
Founder, Aussie-Goal!™
0468 886 879




Australia has an indigenous history and proud sporting history – so why don’t we have a pre-match war cry like New Zealand has their Haka?

We are creating an Aussie war cry so that when our sports stars perform before a match or game – they will increase their adrenalin, draw spectators and TV viewers in, and boost the spirit of Aussie sport. Are you with us???

If you have any ideas for a name, chant or movements, please email info@aussiegoal.com (text or video) so we can incorporate all your ideas! Like this post if you agree!

Image credit: SMH.com.au

Women to play to 5 sets in Tennis Grand Slams

They win the same prize money. They have the same sponsors. Male and female tennis players should play equal game time!! Female tennis players are professional athletes and ready to compete just like their fellow male athletes do. Other sports including UFC and Ultra Marathon have the same competition length regardless of gender. This would make Women’s Grand Slams more exciting to fans and more valuable to sponsors.

The Australian Open could be the first event to introduce the new time rule, for Semis and Finals. What a great publicity opportunity for the event! Then as the idea gains momentum, eventually all games of the major Grand Slams – Wimbledon, Roland Garros and the US Open will also play to five sets. Are you with us?

Please LIKE Aussie Goal so we can show support for an exciting new era in Women’s tennis.

Image credit: Herald Sun.