Rachel Viollet is a former ranked professional British tennis player and film producer. She played collegiate tennis for the Miami Hurricanes at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, Rachel was born in Manchester, has lived in the United States since the age of two. She is the daughter of Dennis Viollet, a Manchester United footballer who was a member of the famed Busby Babes and a survivor of the Munich air disaster. Much of her childhood was spent in Jacksonville, Florida, where her father coached football.
Rachel is a producer and director, known for Big-Time Soccer: The Remarkable Rise & Fall of the NASL, Dennis Viollet: A United Man (2016) and The Busby Babes.#
Rachel joins a long list of NSL advisors who’s values are aligned with the league.
All NSL advisors share the vision in building up the professional soccer infrastructure across America.