|Full name||Robert Warming|
|Date of birth||c. 1953 (age 64–65)|
|1996||Old Dominion Monarchs|
|1997–2000||Saint Louis Billikens|
|2010–2017||Penn State Nittany Lions|
Bob Warming is the head men's soccer coach at Penn State University, a job he's occupied since May 24, 2010. He was most recently the head soccer coach at Creighton University, where he coached from 2001 to 2010. From 1997 to 2001, he coached at Saint Louis University. He also coached Creighton from 1990 to 1994. His cumulative record at Creighton is 183–57–29. His home field record was 102–16–14, and his Missouri Valley Conference record was 60–13–7. He has led his teams to seven Missouri Valley Conference regular season titles, severn Missouri Valley Conference tournament titles, and eleven NCAA tournament appearances.
He ranks 15th in NCAA Division 1 History with 376 career wins throughout 32 seasons. He is one of only two coaches in NCAA Division 1 history to take two different schools to the College Cup. His teams at Creighton reached the NCAA tournament in all but his final season at the helm. His 2008 team featured a 15 match unbeaten streak, and an elite eight appearance in the NCAA tournament. He is a member of the Omaha Sports Hall of Fame.
He began his coaching career at Transylvania University in Kentucky for one season. He then coached at Berry College in Georgia, where he earned three coach of the year awards. Under his watch, Berry went 61–22–2 in 3 years. At Saint Louis, his team advanced to the 1997 NCAA Final Four, and won three Conference USA regular season titles, as well as two Conference USA tournament titles. He graduated from Berea College in 1975, where he posted a 28–2–2 record as a starting goalkeeper.
He retired after the 2017 season.
On April 2, 2018, Warming was named head coach of the Omaha Maverick men's soccer team, replacing Jason Mims.
- "Penn State men's soccer coach Bob Warming announces retirement after 40-year career".
- "Warming Named Next Omaha Men's Soccer Head Coach – University of Nebraska Omaha". University of Nebraska Omaha. Retrieved 2018-04-03.