Tom Alioto

Tom Alioto
Personal information
Date of birth (1958-05-20) May 20, 1958 (age 59)
Place of birth Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Height5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Playing positionDefender
Youth career
Milwaukee Bavarians
Senior career*
1980-1981 Chicago Sting (indoor)13(2)
1982-1983Oklahoma City Slickers
1982-1984 Kansas City Comets (indoor)26(1)
1984-1985 Milwaukee Wave (indoor)28(19)
1985-1986 Louisville Thunder (indoor)
1986Houston Dynamos
1986-1987 Fort Wayne Flames (indoor)42(9)
1987-1988 Milwaukee Wave (indoor)54(15)
1988-1989 Hershey Impact (indoor)
1990 Milwaukee Wave (indoor)21(0)
1994Bavarian Leinenkugel
1995Milwaukee Rampage
Teams managed
1986-1987Fort Wayne Flames
1987-1988 Milwaukee Wave (assistant)
Milwaukee Kickers (assistant)
1994Bavarian Leinenkugel
2000-2001 Milwaukee Rampage (assistant)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.


Tom Alioto (given birth to Might 20, 1958 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is a retired American soccer defender who have played in the UNITED STATES Soccer League, Main Indoor Soccer Little league and American Indoor Soccer Association.


Both Tom Alioto and his twin sibling Tim both played extensively as youth players using the Milwaukee Bavarians. Alioto also performed soccer for Madison College or university SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. In 1980, Tom agreed upon using the Chicago Sting in the UNITED STATES Soccer Group for the 1980–81 indoor period. In 1982, he shifted to the Oklahoma Town Slickers in the American Soccer Group. In nov 1982, Alioto agreed upon using the Kansas Town Comets from the Main Indoor Soccer Group. He performed two seasons using the Comets before shifting towards the Milwaukee Influx from the American Indoor Soccer Association. He was leading the group in credit scoring when he was wounded, along with other players, in January 1985. The Influx released him by the end of the growing season despite his getting First Group All Superstar and he agreed upon using the Louisville Thunder. In 1986, he performed for the 3rd party Houston Dynamos. In nov 1986, he became a player-assistant trainer with the enlargement Fort Wayne Flames. In Oct 1987, the Flames marketed Alioto's contract towards the Influx for an undisclosed sum of money. He then shifted to the Hershey Influence for the 1988-1989 period. In January 1990, Alioto rejoined the Influx. Alioto then devoted himself to training in support of performed at the beginner level for quite some time. In 1994, Alioto both coached and performed for Bavarian Leinenkugel when it visited the final from the 1994 U.S. Open up Cup. In Apr 1995, Alioto agreed upon using the Milwaukee Rampage from the USISL.


In 1986, Alioto authorized using the Fort Wayne Flames from the American Indoor Soccer Association being a player-assistant coach. He was quickly raised to head trainer after original mind trainer Cliff Brown had taken the group to a 2–3 begin. In 1987, he transferred to the Milwaukee Influx being a player-assistant trainer. In March 2009, Alioto became a member of the staff from the FC Milwaukee Nationals soccer membership.Alioto is an associate from the Wisconsin Soccer Association Hall of Popularity.