Ferenc Vozar

Biographical information

RolesCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameFerenc•Vozar
Used nameFerenc•Vozar
Born19 April 1945 in Budapest, Budapest (HUN)
Died15 February 1999 in Denzlingen, Baden-Württemberg (GER)
Measurements183 cm / 83 kg
AffiliationsBerliner Schlittschuhclub, Berlin (GER)
NOC West Germany
Medals OG
Gold 0
Silver 0
Bronze 1
Total 1


Ferenc Vozar was a Hungarian-born ice hockey forward who emigrated to Germany in the mid 1970s. He played for EHC Freiburg until 1980 and for Hamburger SV for his last three years, 1981-83, then started a coaching career with the EHC Freiburg youth team. He also earned 33 international caps, scoring two goals while winning a bronze medal at the 1976 Innsbruck Olympics.

He was later inducted into the German Ice Hockey Hall of Fame. His son Patrick started his national career in 1992 at EHC Freiburg as well and is, as of 2009, a member of the team. His other son Robert also played in Freiburg, and his daughter Alexandra played in Esslingen. His brother Tibor made his living as an ice hockey coach for German lower level teams.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1976 Winter Olympics Ice Hockey (Ice Hockey) FRG Ferenc Vozar
Ice Hockey, Men (Olympic) West Germany 3 Bronze