Fernando Carrión (Sevilla, 17/01/1988), as of yesterday, is the new second vice-president of Sevilla FC. They youngest child of ex-president Rafael Carrión, whose family still possess a significant number of shares in the club, has taken this role in place of Gabriel Ramos who had represented the family, in a strategic decision whereby the two men have swapped positions and Gabriel now becomes a board member.
Fernando, a Sevillista since birth like the rest of his family, has been a part of the Sevilla FC board since May 2020. Now 35 years old, he has accumulated over a decade worth of experience in a multinational company, where he now occupies a director's role. He has a double degree in Law and Business Management from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Icade (E-3), and has experience from spending time abroad in Australia and Chile. Furthermore, he has just finished a Master's programmed focused on higher management from the prestigious school IESE.
With his profile, he hopes to be able to bring in a balance of youth and experience in his new position where he will work alongside the president, José Castro, and the first vice-president, José María del Nido Carrasco, as a board member at the club.
As an anecdote, Fernando Carrión was in the youth academy of Sevilla FC for 10 years, from his child to teenage years. In 2000, he was named as the bets player at the Alevín de Brunete Tournament, the predecessor to the LaLiga Promises Tournament, in a year when Sevilla FC were finalists.