Jorge Vilda Rodríguez (born 7 July 1981) is a Spanish football coach who is the current manager of the Spain women's national football team. He was nominated for the FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women's Football in 2014.

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  • Jorge Vilda Rodríguez (born 7 July 1981) is a Spanish football coach who is the current manager of the Spain women's national football team. He was nominated for the FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women's Football in 2014. (en)
  • Jorge Vilda Rodríguez (born 7 July 1981) is a Spanish football coach and UEFA Pro Licence holder, who is the current head coach of the Spain women's national football team - a position he has held since 2015. Vilda also carries out the role of Sporting Director of all of Spain's women's national teams, as well as that of Tactical Instructor at the Real Federación Española de Fútbol (RFEF) National Coaching School. A former youth player at Real Madrid, Rayo Vallecano and FC Barcelona, Vilda's journey within the RFEF began as an assistant coach at WU17 and WU19 level, before being handed the head coach's position with Spain's WU17s in 2009. During his five years at the helm, Spain tasted gold (2010 & 2011), silver (2014) and bronze (2013) at UEFA Women's U-17 EUROs, as well as silver (2014) and bronze (2010) at the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup. His 2014 heroics earned him a nomination for that year's FIFA Coach of the Year for Women's Football (having also been included in the ten-person shortlist in 2011) and he soon stepped up to the head coach's role with Spain's WU19s. There he continued to rack up the medals, Vilda's charges picking up silver at the UEFA Women's U-19 EURO in both 2014 and 2015. Appointed senior Spain boss in 2015, succeeding Ignacio Quereda, Vilda oversaw a 100%-qualifying campaign for the UEFA Women's EURO 2017, plus victory in that year's Algarve Cup, only for La Selección to exit on penalties to suprise packages Austria in the quarter-finals after a 0-0 draw. More silverware followed in 2018, when Spain won the Cyprus Cup, and Vilda once again secured qualification for a major competition when Spain earned their place at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup - only Spain's second appearance at the showpiece event. Additionally, Vilda took time out from the senior side to guide the WU19s to victory at the UEFA WU19 EURO, all of which contributed to being shortlisted for the award of The Best FIFA Woman's Coach 2018. Come 2019 and with players including Alexia Putellas, Amanda Sampedro, Virginia Torrecilla, Lola Gallardo, Nahikari García, Patri Guijarro, Mariona Caldentey and Ivana Andrés, all of whom worked with Vilda at U17 or U19 level, all established as regular senior-squad members, La Selección were many people's dark horses for going far on French soil. After safely qualifying from Group B in second place (behind Germany and ahead of China PR and South Africa), the first time Spain had reached the knockout stages of the FIFA WWC, they came up against reigning champions USA in the Round of 16. Despite giving the eventual winners one of their toughest tests of the competition, two penalties from Megan Rapinoe were enough to end Spain's hopes of making it into the last eight, yet Vilda and La Selección both came out of the competition with their reputations reinforced. The upward momentum has continued into 2020, with La Roja finishing second in the prestigious She Believes Cup - beating both England and Japan and losing narrowly to hosts United States. (en)
  • Jorge Vilda Rodríguez (born 7 July 1981) is a Spanish football coach and UEFA Pro Licence holder, who is the current head coach of the Spain women's national football team - a position he has held since 2015. Vilda is also sporting director of the Spanish FA's (RFEF) women's national-team system and tactical instructor at their National Coaching School. A former youth player at Real Madrid, Rayo Vallecano and FC Barcelona, Vilda began as an assistant coach at WU17 and WU19 level, before taking the head coach's position with Spain's WU17s in 2009. During five years at that level, Spain won gold (2010 & 2011), silver (2014) and bronze (2013) at UEFA Women's U-17 EUROs, in addition to silver (2014) and bronze (2010) at the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup. In 2014 he was among the ten nominees for that year's FIFA Coach of the Year for Women's Football and was appointed to the head coach's role with Spain's WU19s, which resulted in silver medals at the UEFA Women's U-19 EURO in 2014 and 2015. Appointed Spain's senior head coach in 2015, succeeding Ignacio Quereda, Vilda oversaw a successful qualifying campaign for the UEFA Women's EURO 2017. At the competition in the Netherlands they reached the quarter-finals, where they lost on penalties to Austria after a 0-0 draw. In 2018 Spain won the Cyprus Cup and also secured their place at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup - only their second appearance at the global event. Additionally, Vilda oversaw Spain's victory at the UEFA WU19 EURO, which contributed to being shortlisted for the award of The Best FIFA Woman's Coach 2018. By 2019, many of the players that Vilda had worked with at youth level, including Alexia Putellas, Amanda Sampedro, Virginia Torrecilla, Lola Gallardo, Nahikari García, Patri Guijarro, Mariona Caldentey and Ivana Andrés, had all established themselves as regular senior-squad members. At France 2019, Spain qualified from Group B in second place (behind Germany and ahead of China PR and South Africa), the first time Spain had reached the knockout stages of the FIFA WWC. Drawn against 2015 champions USA in the Round of 16, two penalties from Megan Rapinoe ended Spain's chances of reaching the last eight. Vilda and Spain's momentum has continued into 2020, with La Roja finishing second in the She Believes Cup - beating England and Japan and losing to hosts United States. (en)
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  • Jorge Vilda Rodríguez (born 7 July 1981) is a Spanish football coach who is the current manager of the Spain women's national football team. He was nominated for the FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women's Football in 2014. (en)
  • Jorge Vilda Rodríguez (born 7 July 1981) is a Spanish football coach and UEFA Pro Licence holder, who is the current head coach of the Spain women's national football team - a position he has held since 2015. Vilda also carries out the role of Sporting Director of all of Spain's women's national teams, as well as that of Tactical Instructor at the Real Federación Española de Fútbol (RFEF) National Coaching School. (en)
  • Jorge Vilda Rodríguez (born 7 July 1981) is a Spanish football coach and UEFA Pro Licence holder, who is the current head coach of the Spain women's national football team - a position he has held since 2015. Vilda is also sporting director of the Spanish FA's (RFEF) women's national-team system and tactical instructor at their National Coaching School. In 2014 he was among the ten nominees for that year's FIFA Coach of the Year for Women's Football and was appointed to the head coach's role with Spain's WU19s, which resulted in silver medals at the UEFA Women's U-19 EURO in 2014 and 2015. (en)
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