Head Soccer Coach
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Kallman is currently the high-performance girls’ director for Salvo Soccer Club Woodbury. In this position, he manages individual soccer plans, provides player feedback, manages team competitiveness, prepares for training and games, and makes player selections based on current and potential ability. He also founded and runs Fútebol Form and Fitness, which provides players of all ages with individualized training and coaching.
As a professional player, Kallman played in 153 games, including league games and the U.S. Open Cup. He first signed with the Minnesota Thunder in 2006 and went on to play over 50 games during four years with the Thunder. In 2010, he signed with the Minnesota Stars, where he played for three years, making 74 appearances. In 2011, Kallman earned the starting defender role and helped the team make the playoffs and win the club's first North American Soccer League Soccer Bowl Championship. In 2012, Kallman was a key part of the Minnesota defense during its second straight trip to the NASL Soccer Bowl. He played nearly 2,600 minutes for Minnesota in 32 starts. In 2013, the Thunder became the Minnesota United FC. Kallman played for Minnesota United in 2013, 2014, and 2015, appearing in 29 games.
A Woodbury native, Brian played three years of college soccer at Jacksonville University, serving as team captain in his third year. He transferred to Creighton University for his senior season, where he helped anchor the Bluejay defense and contribute to the team’s 0.80 goals-against average, 10 shutouts and 15-5-3 record. The team placed 23rd in the NCAA and advanced to the NCAA tournament quarterfinals that year. While at Creighton, Brian was named to the Diadora Challenge All-Tournament Team and Portland Invitational All-Tournament Team.
Brian's brother Brent is currently a defender for the Minnesota United FC. His sister, Kassey, plays professionally as well, and represented the U.S. national team at the youth level.