Alfredo Lorenzo

Head of Integrity and Stadium Security, Spanish FA

Alfredo Lorenzo was born in 1970, is currently the Integrity and Security Director of

the RFEF, (Spanish Football Association). Mr. Lorenzo studied Law at the University

of Salamanca and after that joined the National Police reaching the rank of

Superintendent after 18 years in service, developing his career in anti terrorist and

antiriot units, being awarded with several medals and public recognitions for his

work. His last appointment was Head of the National Football Information Point

being responsible for the security of the National Football Team, international

information exchange and coordination of match commanders among other tasks.

Acting as liaison officer or head of delegation in major events such as 2006 Winter

Olympics Games in Torino, 2006 World Cup in Germany, 2008 Summer Olympics

Games in Beijing, 2008 Euro Cup in Austria – Switzerland, 2010 World Cup in South

Africa and 2011 Confederations Cup in Brazil.

 

In 2012 he left the Police in a voluntary leave and worked for a oil&gas company

being involved in security of expatriates and assets of the company worldwide.

 

In January 2015 he was called to create the Security Department at LaLiga and in

June he was appointed to deal with Integrity matters. In July 2018 he joined the

Spanish FA The Department he is leading, is in charge of the implementation of the

Integrity policy in Spanish football, fighting against corruption, manipulation of the

competition and illegal betting as well as activities related to violence prevention

and safety and security standards in line with FIFA and UEFA standards. He has been

appointed Integrity and Security Officer and is also Stadium Security Officer in UEFA.