|Born||5 September 1967|
Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque Country, Spain
|2011–2012||Ros Casares Valencia|
He started as a coach with Valencia BC. With them he worked in different teams during 8 years; Junior, U20, 2nd team and worked with young players of the first team to improve them. He coached the Valencia BC Junior Team as head coach for 2003/04 season and Valencia BC Under 20 Team between 2004 and 2006. From 2006 to 2010 he worked as coach of second team in Valencia. Then he signed with Ros Casares Valencia. He won EuroLeague Women and Spanish League with a historic record in Spain: they won this competition without losing any games in either the regular season or the playoffs.
In February 2015, he returned to Spain and signed with Catalan squad Uni Girona. With Uni Girona he won the Spanish League for the second time without losing any games, so he is still undefeated in this competition with a 42/0 record.
After winning the Spanish Championship again in summer 2015, he signed a contract for 2015–2016 with Russian team Nadezhda Orenburg where he coached Orenburg's team in Euroleague and Russian league for two seasons.
When he finished that season he signed a contract for two years with WB Sopron and four years with Montenegro Federation to coach Montenegro NT.
During the 2019–2020 season he was the Coach of another powerful Russian club, Dynamo Kursk.
Currently he is coaching Perfumerias Avenida Salamanca, a Euroleague team of Liga femenina in Spain.
- Ros Casares Valencia (2011–12)
- Fenerbahçe Istanbul (2012–14)
- Presıdent Cup of Turkey: 2012
- EuroLeague Women: 2012-13 runner-up
- Turkish League TKBL 2012-13
- Coach of the year in Turkey: 2013
- President Cup of Turkey: 2013
- Euroleague Women: 2013–14 runner-up.
- Uni Girona (2014–15)
- Liga Femenina de Baloncesto: 2014-15
Nadezhda Orenburg (2015-2017) -
Euroleague Women: 2016 Runner - up
Russian league: 2016 Runner - up
Coach of the year in Russia: 2016
Coach of the season Euroleague: 2016
WB SOPRON (2017-2019)
● Hungarian League 2018
● Hungarian League 2019
● Hungarian Cup 2019
● Euroleague runner up 2018
● Euroleague Final Four 2019
● Euroleague Coach of the year 2018
DYNAMO KURSK (2019-20)
● Russian Cup 2019
- Roberto Iñiguez sustituye a Natalia Hejková en el banquillo del Ros Casares
- El Ciudad Ros Casares presenta a su nuevo entrenador Roberto Iñiguez
- Roberto Iñiguez: “Este equipo ha hecho historia”
- Iniguez to set for Fenerbahce
- Inigues signed with Fenerbahce
- New patron is Iniguez
- ROBERTO ÍÑIGUEZ FIRMA AMB L'SPAR CITYLIFT GIRONA; Uni Girona, 26 February 2015 (in Catalan)