Ana Rossell Granados

Born in Madrid in October 6, 1980. Footballer from the age of 7 when she started playing mixed futsal at Interviú Boomerang. At the age of 12, she signed for the CD Canillas de Fútbol 11 where she played for 13 seasons (midfielder and captain) achieving a Preferred League with the subsequent promotion to the Second National Division. At the age of 20, she signed for Atlético de Madrid Féminas where she played for 5 seasons, winning 5 consecutive leagues and achieving the team's promotion to the First Division.

During those years she was also part of the Madrid football team being champion of Spain for two seasons.

Simultaneously, she graduated in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid, attended the Aranzadi Sports Forum and the Postgraduate in Management and Management of Sports Facilities at the Catholic University of Ávila, at a distance.

In 2013, she completed the Higher Course in Sports Management by the RFEF given by the Rey Juan Carlos University and the Center for Sports Studies of FIFA (CIES), presenting the creation of the women's football section as an end-of-course project. Real Madrid ”. Project that was chosen winner among the different editions that are celebrated around the world.

Months later, she was chosen by the Rafael del Pino and Merck Foundation to be part of the Superior Women and Leadership Course taught by the Aliter Business School.

In 2014 she completed the Superior Course of Sports Directors by the RFEF and the Rey Juan Carlos University.

In 2014, she founded her own sports management company specialized in women's football, AR10, which currently develops four distinct business lines:

- Sport management:

- Training:

- Consulting:

- Technology:

Anna Rossel at AR10 has achieved her goal: that no girl is left without playing football.

She is currently also a commentator on women's football on Teledeporte (World Cup Canada 2015 and Euro Holland 2017), BeInSports and Gol (matches of the Women's First Division) and Mediaset (matches for the qualification of the women's national team). She is also a regular and weekly contributor to the FastFut 123 Program on the Men's Second Division on Teledeporte.

She teaches the women's football course at the RFEF Higher Course for Sports Directors and a lecturer for FIFA - CIES on sports management in women's football.

She is a member of the Draft Football Jury Committee as a specialist in women's football.

Since 2015 she has also presided over CD Tacón, an exclusively women's footballclub that plays in the Iberdrola League of the First Division with the firm objective of promoting its first team to the First Division and that no girl is left without playing footballfor the just being a girl

AShe is also Ambassador of Pelayo for the absolute selection of women's football and Ambassador of Woman Go On.

In 2016, she was named the Most Influential Woman in the Sports Industry in Spain by Metadeporte magazine.