Football World Cup: Spain coach Jorge Vilda under fire after footage emerges of inappropriate touching during final

Video has emerged that appears to show Spain head coach Jorge Vilda inappropriately touching a female staff member during his team's Women's World Cup final win over England.

Vilda seemingly touches the chest of one of his colleagues during the celebrations which ensued from Olga Carmona's winning goal at Sydney's Satdium Australia on Sunday.

The clip is the latest in the controversial fallout from Spain's World Cup triumph, after football president Luis Rubiales was criticised for kissing midfielder Jenni Hermoso on the lips during the post-match trophy presentation.

Spain's deputy prime minister Yolanda Diaz has called for Rubiales' resignation over the incident. Rubiales has since apologised.

Despite Vilda's success, his tenure with the side has been highly controversial.

Last year, 15 members of the squad wrote to their governing body saying they'd boycott the team if there weren't wholesale changes made to the coaching staff.

But president Rubiales backed his coach Vilda and all but three of the players involved in the complaint missed Spain's campaign.