Swedens U19 Head Coach Andreas Ehrenreich is a man with many talents. He started coaching in 1992 with smaller teams in the community of Tyresö. Then he started focusing on the defensive part of the game and on every single position in the defense.
More than 20 years experience
Coach Ehrenreich has been coaching a lot of different teams. Teams from under the age of 15 and all the way up through senior or men’s teams. During that period he has won five national championships at three different levels; men’s team in 2001, U16 in 2003 and U19 in 2009-2011.
Furthermore, he has qualified for six finals with his team Tyresö Royal Crowns which is currently a top contender in the premier football league Superserien in Sweden. He has also been a part of the special teams and had some focus on conditioning and strength training during his career.
Coach Ehrenreich has been participating in the World Cup in 1998, coached the Junior National Team on three different occasions, the Student National Team and also the Swedish Men’s National Team. The versatile coach will this year for the second year in a row be coaching both the Swedish Men’s and Junior National Teams.
The top focus in European Championships
Coach Ehrenreich thinks that the EC has been the focus point since the day he first got the job as a head coach and he is looking forward to a tough competition with two great nations in American football.
He knows the importance of the championships, because it will give you a ticket straight to the World Championships next year. He expects the other teams to be way better than last year’s Nordic Championships. He has a great staff and they have been using the potential of their players to a point where almost everyone has taken a major step forward to become a better individual and a team.
Coach Ehrenreich’s goal for the tournament is to win and to test the team’s character and he definitely thinks that his team is ready for the challenges that lie ahead.