Tim Winn


A 2018-inductee to the Wisconsin Soccer Hall of Fame and Tosa East Athletic Hall of Fame, Tim Winn is the Director of Operations for Tosa Kickers. A longtime resident of Wauwatosa, Tim has been a pillar of the Wisconsin soccer community for more than 40 years as a player, coach, referee and administrator.

Tim played with Tosa Kickers/Milwaukee Kickers from 1979 to 1995 and began coaching his first team in 1978 at the age of 19. As a high school player for Milwaukee Marshall, he earned All-City honors and All-American recognition. Since then, he has coached scores of teams in hundreds of games and served as referee in thousands more.

USSF-certified as a referee since 1978 and a licensed WIAA referee for more than 40 years, Tim has been selected to referee at the WIAA State Tournament multiple times.

Tim coached the junior varsity (1983–1986; 1989–2008) and varsity (1987 and 1988) girls’ teams at Wauwatosa East High School. While he coached the girls’ program, Tosa East earned six conference titles, three state championships and three runners-up honors. He also coached the freshman (1982–1987) and varsity (1988–1995) boys’ soccer teams at Tosa East, earning a state appearance three years in a row, culminating with a WIAA State Championship in 1990, among other accomplishments.

A 2007 recipient of the “Arthur B. Kohasky Leadership Award” from the Wauwatosa Public Library Foundation, Tim exemplifies the award’s purpose of recognizing those whose leadership has had a positive impact on the community.

Tim has worked for over 40 years at Keeper Goals, a local manufacturer of quality sporting goods equipment. He has been happily married for more than 40 years and has three kids and two grandchildren.