Bobbie Goulding (born 4 February 1972 in Widnes, Lancashire) is an English rugby league football coach and former player. and recently was the French national team's head coach.

A former Great Britain and England international representative scrum-half, Goulding played for a number of clubs including Wigan and St. Helens, both of whom he won Challenge Cup finals with.

Goulding played for St. Helens in the Rugby League Premiership and the Super League. He also played for Wigan, Leeds, Widnes, Huddersfield Giants, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, Salford City Reds, Leigh Centurions, Rochdale Hornets and Australian side Eastern Suburbs. As a player he most famously captained St Helens in their double year of 1996.

Goulding's usual position was as at scrum-half. In 1990 he became the youngest ever Great Britain Lions tourist at 18 years of age.

Goulding represented England at the 1995 Rugby League World Cup. He gained 17 caps for Great Britain.

He once kicked 11 goals in a Super League match for St Helens.

He set the record as the highest points scorer in one game for Great Britain - 32 points V Fiji in 1996. At the end of Super League's first season, Goulding was named at scrum half back in the 1996 Super League Dream Team.

In the 1997 post season, Goulding was selected to play for Great Britain at scrum half back in all three matches of the Super League Test series against Australia.

Bobby Goulding as an After Dinner Rugby Speaker will take you down memory lane with some hilarious dressing room and tour stories.