Goda of England or Godgifu; (French: Godjifu; 1004 – c. 1047) was the daughter of King Ethelred the Unready and his second wife Emma of Normandy, and sister of King Edward the Confessor. She married firstly Drogo of Mantes, count of the
Véxin, probably on 7 April 1024, and had sons by him:
Ralph the Timid, earl of Hereford.
Walter III, Count of the Vexin (d.1063), married Biota (d.1063), daughter of Herbert I of Maine, they both died in suspicious circumstances in the captivity of William I of England.
She married secondly Eustace II, Count of Boulogne in 1035. This marriage was childless.
After the Norman conquest of England by William the Conqueror, the lands owned by Goda in Buckinghamshire were given to the Norman knights Bertram de Verdun, lord of Farnham Royal, and Raoul, count of Fougères.