Frederick Beaconsfield "Fred" Pentland (29 July 1883 – 16 March 1962) was an English footballer and manager. He played as a forward for, among others, Blackburn Rovers, Queens Park Rangers, Middlesbrough and England. However he is best remembered for his career as a manager in Spain where he coached several clubs including Athletic Bilbao and Athletic Madrid. He also had brief spells as coach of Germany, France and Spain. During the First World War he was interned at Ruhleben, a civilian detention camp on the outskirts of Berlin in Germany.