Bob Spielmann

Director of Coaching &
Junior Program Director

USSF A License

  • As a Coach

Coach Spielmann is entering his 8th year as the Director of Coaching, capping a long road back to the club in which he grew up and began his coaching career. This is Coach Spielmann’s 30th year coaching at BSC.

He returns home from the Elm Grove Soccer Club where he served as Director of Coaching for  5 years. Prior to Elm Grove, Spielmann spent 2 seasons as Associate Head Soccer Coach at UW-Milwaukee. He went to UWM from Marquette University High School, where he spent 27 seasons as head coach. He turned MUHS into one of the nation’s premier soccer programs, compiling a 532-73-40 career record while claiming 20 Division 1 State Championships, including 10 consecutive State Championships. He was the first coach ever to lead a team to 4 consecutive State Championships when the WIAA and WISAA combined. In addition, the Hilltoppers earned 4 State Runner-up honors and 21 Conference Championships during his tenure. The MUHS teams were ranked among the nation’s top 25 teams in the NSCAA High School rankings every year from 1995 – 2005. Coach Spielmann helped develop 22 High School All-Americans.

In addition, he served as Head Coach of the Divine Savior Holy Angels High School program from 1998 – 2002. During his tenure, DSHA were Greater Metro Conference Champions 1998-99, WISAA State Runner-Up 1998-2000 and WIAA State Qualifier 2002. Also coaching girls soccer at Nicolet High school from 1993-1997, Coach Spielmann was able to compile a winning record of 63-32-9. In 1996, Nicolet was a WIAA State Qualifier Semi Finalist.
Along with his extensive experience as a clinician, Coach Spielmann has served as the assistant coach of the Milwaukee Wave United of the A-League for two years. His long and successful coaching career has its roots in the Bavarian Soccer Club where Coach Spielmann led the following Bavarian teams as Head Coach from 1978-1996.

Bavarian Boys 13-U, 14-U, 16-U, 17-U and 19-U
Bavarian Men’s Program
Midwest Region II Champions: 1985-86
Midwest Region II Indoor Champions: 1986
Wisconsin Soccer League Champions: 1982-83, 1991
Midwest National Amateur Champions: 1982-83
National Amateur Cup Runner-Up: 1983
National Amateur Cup Quarter Finalist: 1982
Coach Spielmann is a highly regarded and decorated coach having been honored with the following awards:

1998, 2000, 2003 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Coach of the Year
2002 WI Soccer Association Hall of Fame Inductee
2001 WI Soccer Coaches Association Private Schools Coach of the Year
2000 NSCAA State Coach of the Year
1999 NSCAA Midwest Regional Coach of the Year
1997 NSCAA Midwest Coach of the Year Private/Parochial
1990, 1995 NSCAA Midwest Coach of the Year
1995 NSCAA National Coach of the Year
1983 WI Coach of the Year

  • As a Player

  • Personal