|Full name||Roberto Luis Fresnedoso Prieto|
|Date of birth||15 January 1973|
|Place of birth||Toledo, Spain|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Atlético Madrid (youth)|
|1998||→ Espanyol (loan)||16||(1)|
|2010–||Atlético Madrid (youth)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
After moving to Catalonia in his teens, Roberto started his football career in the area, first with Girona FC, after which he moved to RCD Español, spending his first years with its farm team CE L'Hospitalet. He made his first appearance with the main squad in the 1992–93 season, in an eventual La Liga relegation.
After solid performances in the following years – this included 36 games with five goals in the 1994–95 campaign, as Espanyol qualified for the UEFA Cup straight out of the second division – Roberto signed with Atlético Madrid. Never an undisputed starter in seven years, he did manage 31 matches with three goals scored in his first, where the capital side won the double; he was also loaned in January 1998 to former club Espanyol.
An all-around midfielder, Roberto retired in 2005 after successive spells with UD Salamanca, Real Murcia, Rayo Vallecano and Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa (the latter in the third level). In 2010 he returned to the Colchoneros as a manager, being appointed at its youth sides.
- Atlético Madrid
- Spain U21
- Roberto será cedido al Espanyol hasta junio, según Antic (Roberto will be loaned to Espanyol until June, according to Antic); El País, 30 December 1997 (in Spanish)
- Roberto Fresnedoso ficha por el Murcia (Roberto Fresnedoso signs for Murcia); Cadena SER, 29 July 2003 (in Spanish)
- Roberto Fresnedoso dirigirá al Atlético Madrileño Infantil la próxima temporada (Roberto Fresnedoso will coach Atlético Madrileño Infantil next season); Atlético Madrid, 24 June 2010 (in Spanish)
- Un juvenil pretendido (Youth player wanted); Marca, 16 February 2013 (in Spanish)
- Roberto Fresnedoso: "Nuestra cantera es competitiva a nivel mundial" (Roberto Fresnedoso: "Our youth system is competitive at the highest level"); Mundo Deportivo, 8 November 2013 (in Spanish)
- Italia ya ganó un Europeo a España en el 1996 (Italy has already won European Championships against Spain in 1996); Orgullo Bianconero, 18 June 2013 (in Spanish)