Current Club: Tampa Bay Rowdies
High School: CBC
Height: 6′ 4″
Weight: 190 lbs.
Birth Date: 04-23-1987
Birthplace: St. Louis, MO
2018 Nov 27 – key player in USL Players Association agreement with USL
2018 Mar 29 – signs with Penn FC (USL)
2018 Feb 22 – released by FC Cincinnati who lose USL appeal
2017 Dec 5 – signs with FC Cincinnati (USL)
2017 Nov 13 – wins NASL title with SF Deltas
2017 Feb 6 – signs with SF Deltas (NASL)
2015 Dec 14 – signs with Tampa Bay Rowdies (NASL)
Congrats to all @USLChampionship players and to Connor Tobin, @TommyHeinemann and @treyS4G for their hard work in reaching this point. This will make a huge impact on soccer in the US, and we look forward to working together toward improved conditions for all players. https://t.co/00OKzCoIsn
— MLSPA (@MLSPlayersUnion) November 27, 2018
— Penn FC (@PennFCOfficial) April 8, 2018
— Tommy Heinemann (@TommyHeinemann) April 1, 2018
— Penn FC (@PennFCOfficial) March 31, 2018
— Tommy Heinemann (@TommyHeinemann) March 29, 2018
— USL Championship (@USLChampionship) March 29, 2018
— USL Championship (@USLChampionship) February 22, 2018
— FC Cincinnati (@fccincinnati) December 5, 2017
Story – FC Cincinnati brings in top scorer Heinemann
Heinemann brings an impressive resume that includes NASL and USL titles and a USL MVP nod.
— Tommy Heinemann (@TommyHeinemann) November 13, 2017
Heinemann, a St. Louis native, played with NASL champions San Francisco Deltas last year and was the team’s top scorer with 10 goals to go along with two assists over 31 appearances that included the club’s championship run. He also scored twice in three matches in U.S. Open Cup action.
Check out a recap of the club's title-winning campaign. pic.twitter.com/NlPdFosRww
— NASL (@naslofficial) November 21, 2017
— NASL (@naslofficial) November 16, 2017
Tommy Profiled on US Open Cup website
— U.S. Open Cup (@opencup) June 14, 2017
— NASL Insider (@NASLInsider) February 28, 2017
.@TommyHeinemann scored 12 goals in his last season under Marc Dos Santos.
— NASL (@naslofficial) March 3, 2017
2017 Feb 6 – Tom Heineman signed with SF Deltas of NASL
Kyle Bekker, Pablo Dyego, Tom Heinemann and Patrick Hopkins are the newest additions to the #sfdeltas squad!
— San Francisco Deltas (@sfdeltas) February 6, 2017
Tom Heinemann signed with the Tampa Bay Rowdies on December 14, 2015.
Heinemann spent the previous two seasons with Ottawa Fury FC, including leading the club to an appearance in the NASL Championship Final in 2015 with four total postseason goals. Heinemann departed Ottawa as the club’s all-time leading goalscorer with 18 goals in total.
The 28-year old forward is originally from St. Louis, Missouri and began his professional career with the Charleston Battery in 2009. Heinemann played for the Carolina RailHawks in 2010, scoring six goals in 12 matches for the NASL side before moving on to Major League Soccer.
Heinemann played for the Columbus Crew from 2011 to 2012, before making his way to the Vancouver Whitecaps FC in 2013, moving to Ottawa for the 2014-2015 seasons.
2015 December 14 – Tom Heinemann Leaving Ottawa for Tampa Bay
Ottawa Fury FC’s top-scoring striker Tom Heinemann is leaving the city to play for another North American Soccer League side, the Tampa Bay Rowdies.
2014 Season Statistics
2 Penalty Goals
1324 Minutes Played
Heinemann now has 8 goals this season setting a club record! #WeAreFury
— Ottawa Fury FC (@OttawaFuryFC) October 11, 2015
— Ottawa Fury FC (@OttawaFuryFC) October 11, 2015
2015-03-17 Heinemann Preparing for Regular Season
Update on February article and a picture of Tommy’s new son, Hudson Jacob Heinemann!
2015-02-16 – Tommy Heinemann prepared for competition
After scoring six goals in 2014, despite being limited by an ankle injury, Heinemann is ready for the challenge of earning minutes with the Fury
2014 May 31 – Heinemann scores game-winner in return to Fury lineup following injury
Tom Heinemann was so ecstatic that he kissed a pitchside camera lens after scoring the goal that gave Ottawa Fury FC a 1-0 win in the newest battle of Canada.
A striker, the St. Louis, MO native featured in 14 games for the Whitecaps last season after beginning his MLS career in Columbus in 2011 playing two seasons and 31 games for the Crew. Some other highlights for Heinemann included helping the Charleston Battery to the USL-2 championship in 2010 and being a central piece in the Carolina RailHawks run to the final – also in 2010 – where he was named MVP of the championship game.
2014 February 6 – Ottawa Fury score experienced MLS Talent, sign Tom Heinemann
“Tom has scored with every team he’s played for and at all levels in North America – PDL, NASL, MLS,” said Fury FC Head Coach Marc Dos Santos. “He’s only reaching his prime age now and we believe he will grow a lot in our environment. He’s a very hard working forward, very honest in his game and definitely a team player. He will help this organization both on and off the field.”
2013 November – Whitecaps Contract Updates
Whitecaps FC signed striker Tommy Heinemann, 26, in January 2013 from Columbus Crew. The St. Louis, Missouri, native scored two goals and added one assist in 16 first team appearances with Whitecaps FC this past season. His contract was declined for 2014.
2012 November – Heinemann one of seven released by Columbus Crew Heinemann played five minutes in the opener before suffering a season-ending knee injury
2011 – Columbus Crew, 28 games played, 12 games started, with 3 goals and 1 assist in 1315 minutes of play
2010 – Began 2010 with the Charleston Battery (USL-2), starting 21 of 25 matches… Recorded eight goals and seven assists on his way to helping the Battery to a USL-2 Champion season. He was the MVP of the Championship match.
A few weeks after winning the championship with Charleston, he signed a short-term contract with the Carolina Railhawks (North Carolina) of the NASL (2nd Division). He scored 6 goals in 12 appearances with the club, leading them to the NASL Championship game.
2009 – Heinemann signed his first professional contract with the Charleston Battery (South Carolina) of the USL (3rd Division) in 2009. Scoring one goal in his rookie year, Heinemann made his splash in 2010
He debuted as a professional with the Saint Louis Lions (PDL) in 2006 and totaled an impressive 35 goals in 37 matches played over three seasons.
Attended Rockhurst University where he was a walk-on. He played from 2006 to 2008. He was named to the NSCAA All-American team in 2007 and 2008. In his three seasons at Rockhurst, Heinemann accumulated 36 goals and 21 assists for 93 points.
Attended CBC High School