Amy Rosenfeld
Sr Coordinating Producer I, ESPN
Amy Rosenfeld, who joined ESPN as a producer in 2007 with extensive TV experience in soccer and other sports as a freelancer for ESPN and NBC, was promoted to senior coordinating producer overseeing all soccer content as well as motor sports and X Games in November 2014. She is responsible for all soccer events on ESPN’s linear and digital networks, including the UEFA European Football Championship 2016, US Soccer men’s and women’s national teams, Major League Soccer, as well as IndyCar (including the Indianapolis 500) and the Little League World Series.

As coordinating producer (2011-2015), Rosenfeld was part of ESPN’s senior production management team responsible for the company’s award-winning presentation of the FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010 and the critically acclaimed FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014, the company’s most successful and most-watched FIFA World Cup. She also oversaw ESPN’s coverage of FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany 2011, the English Premier League (2009-2013), as well as other major international soccer events – FIFA Confederations Cup, UEFA European Football Championship 2008 and more.

Rosenfeld joined ESPN after working as freelancer on numerous soccer events for ESPN and other networks since 1997. Her experience includes serving as the lead producer for every English-language telecast of the FIFA World Cup and FIFA Women’s World Cup since 1999 in the United States.

Rosenfeld produced the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup, serving as lead producer for the world feed for matches featuring the U.S. Women’s National Team and for the most-watched women’s soccer telecast in U.S. television history – the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final when the United States defeated China on penalty kicks with 18 million people watching on ABC.

Prior to joining ESPN as a fulltime producer, Rosenfeld’s production credits include WNBA on Lifetime (1997 – 2000), NCAA Men’s and Women’s College Cup (2002 – ’03), and Olympics Men’s and Women’s soccer on NBC Sports (2000 and 2004). She has also produced NCAA men’s and women’s basketball telecasts, NCAA Men’s Frozen Four (2003 – ’04), NBC’s Winter Olympics (2002 and 2006) and ESPN’s Winter and Summer X Games (2008 – 2010).

A native of Concord, Mass., Rosenfeld began her sports television production career as an intern at the New England Sports Network (NESN). She returned to NESN upon graduation from Colorado College and increased her responsibilities to eventually include coordinating producer for Boston Bruins NHL games and Boston Red Sox telecasts.