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Vital Heynen

Vital Heynen (born 12 June 1969) is a Belgian volleyball coach and former volleyball player.

Vital Heynen
Personal information
Nationality Belgian
Born (1969-06-12)12 June 1969 (age 52)
Maaseik, Belgium
Height1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)
Coaching information
Previous teams coached
YearsTeams
2006–2012
2012–2016
2012–2013
2013–2015
2015–2016
2016–2019
2017–2018
2018–2021
2019–2021
Noliko Maaseik
Germany
Ziraat Bankası Ankara
Transfer Bydgoszcz
Tours VB
VfB Friedrichshafen
Belgium
Poland
Sir Safety Perugia
Volleyball information
PositionSetter
Career
YearsTeams
1995–2005 Noliko Maaseik

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Heynen as a coach of Germany at 2014 World League

Heynen started out his career as a volleyball coach in his hometown club Noliko Maaseik. In 2005 he became assistant coach and a year later - a head coach. During his six-year work at the club, his team won four Belgian Championships, five Belgian Cups and four Supercups. Additionally Heynen was twice named Belgian Coach of the Year in 2009 and 2011. In 2012 he left his hometown club and joined Turkish club Ziraat Bankası Ankara, which he coached in the season 2012/2013. In December 2013 he was named a new coach of Transfer Bydgoszcz, PlusLiga.

In February 2012 he became a head coach of Germany national team. At the World Championship 2014 his team beat France in 3rd place match and won bronze medal. In 2017 he took over Belgian national team. On 7 February 2018 Heynen was chosen as the new head coach of Poland men's national volleyball team. At the World Championship 2018 in Italy, Poland led by Heynen beat Brazil in the final, defended the World Championship 2014 title, and achieved 3rd World Champion title in total. In 2019 Heynen coached Poland to the European Championship 2019 bronze medal by beating France in 3rd place match and losing only to Slovenia in the semifinal. At the FIVB World Cup 2019 his team lost only against USA and Brazil and eventually was placed 2nd in the competition, winning the silver medal. In November, 2019 he became a head coach of Sir Safety Conad Perugia. In the 2019/2020 season Sir Safety Perugia coached by Heynen achieved the Italian SuperCup after defeating Modena Volley in the final.

As a player

As a coach

  1. Tomasz Rosiński (12 December 2013). "Vital Heynen nowym trenerem Transferu Bydgoszcz!". wp.pl. Retrieved7 February 2018.
  2. "Germany take home the bronze medal". fivb.org. FIVB. 21 September 2014. Retrieved7 February 2018.
  3. "Vital Heynen nowym selekcjonerem siatkarskiej reprezentacji Polski". onet.pl. 7 February 2018. Retrieved7 February 2018.
  4. EUROVOLLEY 2019 M: Slovenia record sensational win over world champions Poland and go to final! – worldofvolley.com – 26.09.2019
  5. Parisian dream comes true: Serbia conquer EuroVolley for 3rd time! – worldofvolley – 29.09.2019
  6. "ITA M: Bernardi's 3-year work with Perugia over, Heynen at helm of SuperLega runners-up". worldofvolley.com. 11 July 2019. Retrieved14 November 2019.
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Sporting positions
Preceded by Head coach of Poland
2018–2021
Succeeded by
TBD

Vital Heynen
Vital Heynen Language Watch Edit Vital Heynen born 12 June 1969 is a Belgian volleyball coach and former volleyball player Vital HeynenPersonal informationNationalityBelgianBorn 1969 06 12 12 June 1969 age 52 Maaseik BelgiumHeight1 91 m 6 ft 3 in Coaching informationPrevious teams coachedYearsTeams2006 2012 2012 2016 2012 2013 2013 2015 2015 2016 2016 2019 2017 2018 2018 2021 2019 2021Noliko Maaseik Germany Ziraat Bankasi Ankara Transfer Bydgoszcz Tours VB VfB Friedrichshafen Belgium Poland Sir Safety PerugiaVolleyball informationPositionSetterCareerYearsTeams1995 2005Noliko MaaseikHonours Men s volleyballHead Coach GermanyFIVB World Championship2014 PolandHead Coach PolandFIVB World Championship2018 Bulgaria ItalyFIVB World Cup2019 JapanFIVB Nations League2021 Rimini2019 ChicagoCEV European Championship2019 Belgium France Netherlands Slovenia2021 Poland Czechia Estonia Finland Contents 1 Career as coach 2 Sporting achievements 2 1 As a player 2 2 As a coach 3 References 4 External linksCareer as coach Edit Heynen as a coach of Germany at 2014 World League Heynen started out his career as a volleyball coach in his hometown club Noliko Maaseik In 2005 he became assistant coach and a year later a head coach During his six year work at the club his team won four Belgian Championships five Belgian Cups and four Supercups Additionally Heynen was twice named Belgian Coach of the Year in 2009 and 2011 In 2012 he left his hometown club and joined Turkish club Ziraat Bankasi Ankara which he coached in the season 2012 2013 In December 2013 he was named a new coach of Transfer Bydgoszcz PlusLiga 1 In February 2012 he became a head coach of Germany national team At the World Championship 2014 his team beat France in 3rd place match and won bronze medal 2 In 2017 he took over Belgian national team On 7 February 2018 Heynen was chosen as the new head coach of Poland men s national volleyball team 3 At the World Championship 2018 in Italy Poland led by Heynen beat Brazil in the final defended the World Championship 2014 title and achieved 3rd World Champion title in total In 2019 Heynen coached Poland to the European Championship 2019 bronze medal by beating France in 3rd place match and losing only to Slovenia in the semifinal 4 5 At the FIVB World Cup 2019 his team lost only against USA and Brazil and eventually was placed 2nd in the competition winning the silver medal In November 2019 he became a head coach of Sir Safety Conad Perugia 6 In the 2019 2020 season Sir Safety Perugia coached by Heynen achieved the Italian SuperCup after defeating Modena Volley in the final Sporting achievements EditAs a player Edit CEV European Champions Cup 1996 1997 with Noliko Maaseik 1998 1999 with Noliko MaaseikNational championships 1995 1996 Belgian Championship with Noliko Maaseik 1996 1997 Belgian SuperCup with Noliko Maaseik 1996 1997 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 1996 1997 Belgian Championship with Noliko Maaseik 1997 1998 Belgian SuperCup with Noliko Maaseik 1997 1998 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 1997 1998 Belgian Championship with Noliko Maaseik 1998 1999 Belgian SuperCup with Noliko Maaseik 1998 1999 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 1998 1999 Belgian Championship with Noliko Maaseik 1999 2000 Belgian SuperCup with Noliko Maaseik 2000 2001 Belgian SuperCup with Noliko Maaseik 2000 2001 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 2000 2001 Belgian Championship with Noliko Maaseik 2001 2002 Belgian SuperCup with Noliko Maaseik 2001 2002 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 2001 2002 Belgian Championship with Noliko Maaseik 2002 2003 Belgian SuperCup with Noliko Maaseik 2002 2003 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 2002 2003 Belgian Championship with Noliko Maaseik 2003 2004 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 2003 2004 Belgian Championship with Noliko MaaseikAs a coach Edit CEV Cup 2007 2008 with Noliko Maaseik National championships 2006 2007 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 2007 2008 Belgian SuperCup with Noliko Maaseik 2007 2008 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 2007 2008 Belgian Championship with Noliko Maaseik 2008 2009 Belgian SuperCup with Noliko Maaseik 2008 2009 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 2008 2009 Belgian Championship with Noliko Maaseik 2009 2010 Belgian SuperCup with Noliko Maaseik 2009 2010 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 2010 2011 Belgian Championship with Noliko Maaseik 2011 2012 Belgian SuperCup with Noliko Maaseik 2011 2012 Belgian Cup with Noliko Maaseik 2011 2012 Belgian Championship with Noliko Maaseik 2014 2015 French SuperCup with Tours VB 2015 2016 German SuperCup with VfB Friedrichshafen 2015 2016 German Cup with VfB Friedrichshafen 2016 2017 German SuperCup with VfB Friedrichshafen 2016 2017 German Cup with VfB Friedrichshafen 2017 2018 German SuperCup with VfB Friedrichshafen 2017 2018 German Cup with VfB Friedrichshafen 2018 2019 German SuperCup with VfB Friedrichshafen 2018 2019 German Cup with VfB Friedrichshafen 2019 2020 Italian SuperCup with Sir Safety Perugia 2020 2021 Italian SuperCup with Sir Safety PerugiaReferences Edit Tomasz Rosinski 12 December 2013 Vital Heynen nowym trenerem Transferu Bydgoszcz wp pl Retrieved 7 February 2018 Germany take home the bronze medal fivb org FIVB 21 September 2014 Retrieved 7 February 2018 Vital Heynen nowym selekcjonerem siatkarskiej reprezentacji Polski onet pl 7 February 2018 Retrieved 7 February 2018 EUROVOLLEY 2019 M Slovenia record sensational win over world champions Poland and go to final worldofvolley com 26 09 2019 Parisian dream comes true Serbia conquer EuroVolley for 3rd time worldofvolley 29 09 2019 ITA M Bernardi s 3 year work with Perugia over Heynen at helm of SuperLega runners up worldofvolley com 11 July 2019 Retrieved 14 November 2019 External links EditCoach profile at the European Volleyball Confederation Player profile at the European Volleyball Confederation Coach profile at LegaVolley it Coach profile at WorldofVolley com Coach profile at Volleybox netWikimedia Commons has media related to Vital Heynen Sporting positionsPreceded by Ferdinando De Giorgi Head coach of Poland 2018 2021 Succeeded by TBD Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Vital Heynen amp oldid 1046037999, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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