This study was conducted to explore the prevalence of Eimeria spp. infection in goats in northern and southern Egypt in Behera, Menofia, Assiut, Sohag governorates through morphological identification. and to elucidate the associated risk factors for infection with Eimeria in goats. The overall prevalence was (40.63%). Four species of Eimeria viz., E. caprovina (14.84%) followed by E. arloingi (9.36%), then E. hirci (8.89%) the lowest infection rate was E. caprina (7.53%) were identified. Young kids were more susceptible (65.32%) compared to adults (15.76). Infection was during the winter cold season (74.92%) than Autumn (18.12%), and Summer (15.11%). On the other hand; locality did not significantly affect the infection rate. Goats reared on free-range grazing system in opened areas was more susceptible to Eimeria spp. infection (45.08%) compared to those housed in pens. (36.16%).