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Fehervar AV19

  • Short name: Fehervar
  • Year of foundation: 1960
  • Colours: green, black, white
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Börgöndi str. 14.,
    8000 Székesfehérvár
  • Phone: +36 22 538 773
  • Fax: +36 22 538 791
  • Email: info@fehervarav19.hu
  • WWW: FehérvárAV19
 
Fehervar AV19 is cooperating club with: Sapa Fehérvár AV19 U20

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Season 2020-2021

Club teams

This club in 2020-2021: Hungarian Cup | ICE Hockey League | Hungary U18 | ICEJL

 
Current rosterseason 2020-2021
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GDávid Oláh31.05.2003180 cm75 kgN/A

* no longer in the club

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The most succesful Hungarian ice hockey club was founded in 1960 and has won 12 Hungarian championships. Since 2007 the club plays in Erste Bank Eishockey Liga with teams from Austria, Slovenia, Hungary, Croatia and the Czech Republic. It has participated in IIHF Continental Cup on several occasions, hosting the final tournament three times.

Retired Numbers:
25 Balázs Kangyal, number retired January 27, 2009
19 Gábor Ocskay, number retired April 1. 2009

  • from 2009 to 2018: SAPA Fehervar AV19
  • from 2018 to present: Fehervar AV19

two Interliga victories (2003, 2007)

League winners:
 

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JAHC Budapest win Hungarian Cup

Budapest Jégkorong Akadémia Hockey Club is the 2023 champion of the Hungarian Cup by beating Hydro Fehérvár AV19 3-2SO in the final. For Székesfehérvár team is the 4th consecutive final lost
All the game sheets and stats of HUN Cup are here: https://bit.ly/3JqyZTY

(30 Jan 2023)
 

Debrecen EAC win Hungarian Cup

First ever trophy for DEAC Debreceni: the team wins the Hungarian Cup on home ice, by beating 5-4 at overtime in a thrilling final multiple champion Fehervar AV-19. Canadian Hugo Turcotte scores the winning goal at 61'. Titile holder Ferencvarosi wins the bronze winning 4-2 against DVTK Miskolci

(05 Apr 2021)
 

Fehervar win Hungarian Super Cup

EBEL team Fehervar AV19 Szekesfehervar win the first edition of Hungarian Super Cup by beating Erste Liga champion Ferencvarosi 4-3 at Tüskecsarnok Arena in Budapest

Gamesheet here

(31 Aug 2019)
 

DVTK Miskolc hires Stana as goalie coach

MOL Liga champion DVTK Miskolc announced former goalie Rastislav Stana as new goalie coach. Stana,36, retired after 2014-15 season after a career in North America, Sweden, Russia and Czech Republic. Although he has won just one national title, in 2013-2014 with Kosice, he was the gaolie of historic World Championship title won by Slovakia in 2002. He will work in Miskolc with former Sapa Fehervar junior teams goalie coach Tamás Farkas

(21 Jul 2016)
 

Sapa Fehervar win Hungarian Cup

Sapa Fehervar beats 4-1 MOL-Liga champion and Cup holder DVTK Miskolc to win 2015-16 Hungarian Cup in the rematch of last year final. Debreceni takes the bronze after 4-3 OT victory over MAC Budapest

(28 Mar 2016)
 

EBEL: Hannu Järvenpää to coach the Red Devils

Hungarian club Székesfehérvár AV19, currenty on 9th place in EBEL, has hired Hannu Järvenpää as the new head coach. The 52-year-old from Finland, who has coached in EBEL since the 2009/2010 season, replaces Rob Pallin. Järvenpää is well known in the league as former bench boss of Ljubljana and Villach, where he was fired two months ago.

(07 Jan 2016)
 

End of season awards in Hungary

The Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation announced their end of season awards for the 2014-15 season.

Gábor Ocskay Award - Best Forward: Dániel Kóger (Fehérvár AV19)

Vedres Cup - Best Goalie: Miklós Rajna (Fehérvár AV19)

Miklós Cup - Most technical players: István Bartalis (Fehérvár AV19)

Kósa Cup - Rookie of the Year: Balázs Sebők (Hokki, Finland)

Leveles Cup - Best youth player: Máté Gáspár (EHC Linz, Austria)

Miklós Séra Award - Best youth coach: Tyler Dietrich (Fehérvár AV19)


Male player of the year: Zoltán Hetényi (Fehérvár AV19)

Female player of the year: Anikó Németh (KMH Budapest)

Inline player of the year: Zoltán Revák (Ferencváros)

(21 May 2015)
 

Former Hungarian international Attila Rajz passed away during a game

Hungarian hockey mourns the sudden death of former international Attila Rajz, passed away while was playing a game of OB-III, an amateur league in Hungary. Raiz, 38, retired from professional hockey in 2010 after almost 300 games in Hungarian League/MOL Liga with Alba Volan Székesfehérvár and Ferencvaros and two titles (2007-08 and 2008-09). He played also 43 games for Hungary.
According to jegkorongblog.hu Rajz played the first period and was in the locker room, because he felt bad. Then sat on the team bench, where they became ill shortly before the end of the match. Despite every attempt, doctors were not able to save his life

(16 Nov 2014)
 

Marty Raymond new coach at Renon

A week after leaving SAPA Fehervar, Canadian Marty Raymond was announced as new headcoach of Italian champion SV Renon

(29 Jul 2014)
 

Marty Raymond leaves SAPA Fehervar

Canadian Marty Raymond announces he leaves immediately his charge as SAPA Fehervar headcoach because of late payment of bonus from 2013-2014 season. Former assistant coaches Rob Pallin and Sille Tamás are the candidates to replace Raymond

(25 Jul 2014)
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Fast factsseason 2020-2021
Leagues

Fehervar AV19 participates in season 2020-2021: Hungarian Cup, ICE Hockey League, Hungary U18, ICEJL

 
 
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