Head coaches 2020

Quality of coaches is a very important request of Fair and Fun Hockey. Currently proceedings with high performance coaches are in progress and will be finished soon.

St. Pölten, Gmunden

Tomas Kala is member of the FFH coaching staff since 2015. With him an absolute top man could be engagend as a head coach for all the camps at St. Pölten. He will be also part of the coaching team at both adults Camps in Gmunden and Kapfenbergs youth program.

After a playing career in the Czech Republic (Junior Extra league HC Slavia Praha, 1st and 2nd league), he was the owner of CIHIC Hockey Academy, organizer of international ice hockey tournaments and camp coordinator for the Okanagan Hockey School Europe.

As a coach he has also worked in Belgium: (IJshockey Club Moose Maaseik and the Bulldogs Ice Hockey Club de Liège) and in Vienna for many years (Vienna Tigers). At the moment he is coaching teams at Vienna and Lower Austria.

St. Pölten - Adults

The adult camp at St. Pöten will be leaded by Thomas Wehrhan. He started playing hockey at Salzburg. From 1985-1993 he has played in the highest divisions in Austria at Red Bull Salzburg, WEV and EK Zell am See and also has taken part in four world championships for Team Austria at U18 and U20 level.

As a coach he started 2002 at Kremser EV, from 2006 he has coached different age groups at the Vienna Tigers. 2009 - 2015 he has been coach of Okanagan Hockey Academy Europe (U16 bis U20). From 2010-2017 Thomas has been member of the Austrian National Team youth program.

Thomas also brings a lot of camp-experience to FFH: since 2003 he was often part of the different FFH-coaches-teams, from, 2008-2014 he took part at Okanagan Hockey Camps Europe.

St. Pölten

The junior camp in St. Pölten will be done with Peter Andrecs in a leading position. As a level A coach he not only founded Fair and Fun hockey, he was also Coach there since the start in 2000. Additionally he will be part of the coaching staff in the adult camps in St. Pölten.

Other highlights in his coaching career: University Vienna, Tulln, Stockerau, Mödling, Vienna Flyers, Junior Capitals, regional selection teams, Federation hockey camps, IIHF camps, Austrian women's national team (3 x participation in World Championships).

He is also leader of Austrian most innovative youth programm: ENZO