Quality Training Project

Quality Training Project




The purpose of the Quality Training Project is to provide an environment for players to improve the quality of individual performance and decision making, for the greater benefit of enhancing overall team performance. Led by current Belmont Men’s Soccer Assistant Coach and former MLS player Tom Heinemann, The Quality Training Project implements realistic, game-like scenarios that teach players how to make efficient and effective decisions in the final third. It provides each player calculated repetitions inside a small group setting to promote the development of understanding, quality, and confidence in front of goal. The Quality Training Project is a total player development mechanism that teaches players the importance of integrating their technical, tactical, physical, and mental attributes for the betterment of the team. 

January 6, 13, 20, 27
February 3, 10, 17 and 21 
Feb 21st date is postponed to date TBD. Stay tuned!
All at Trinity Park in Franklin

5-6pm: '07-'05 Boys and Girls
6:15-7:15pm: '04-'01 Boys and Girls

$95 per player for 8 sessions

About the Instructor – Tom Heinemann

  • Two-time All-American at Rockhurst University
  • Nine year professional career after graduating from Rockhurst
    • Charleston Battery (USL) – won USL Championship and named MVP
    • Carolina Railhawks (USL)
    • Columbus Crew (MLS)
    • Vancouver Whitecaps (MLS)
    • Ottawa Fury (NASL) – won Golden Boot
    • Tampa Bay Rowdies (NASL)
    • San Francisco Deltas (NASL) – won NASL Championship
  • Coaching Experience:
    • Columbus Crew Pre-Academy
    • University of British Columbia
    • Yale University
    • Belmont University (current)

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