|Date of Birth||15 November 1968|
|Place of Birth||Germany|
Uwe Rösler (born 15 November 1968) is a German football manager, former player and current Head Coach at Leeds United. He has previously managed Lillestrøm, Viking, Molde and Brentford and prior to Leeds United was with fellow Championship club Wigan Athletic.
A centre forward in his playing career, Rösler played for several clubs, most notably Manchester City, where he was the leading goalscorer for three consecutive seasons from 1994–95 to 1996–97, and Kaiserslautern, where he played in the UEFA Champions League.
On 20 May 2015, Rösler was appointed as the Head Coach of Leeds United on a two-year deal. He had rejected a job offer from 1860 München in February 2015 in hopes of landing a manager's job in England. As part of his backroom staff, he was joined at Leeds United by assistant head coach Rob Kelly and goalkeeper coach Richard Hartis.