|Intro||French football manager|
|Is||Athlete Football player Association football player Sports official Association football manager|
|Birth||30 May 1966, Rodez, France|
Frédéric Hantz (born 30 May 1966) is a French professional football manager and former player who played as a midfielder.
Hantz formerly managed Sochaux, who had a playing career before coaching. On 18 December, he was named as new head coach by Le Havre and was released after the end of his contract on 30 June 2010. On 20 May 2010, Hantz replaced Faruk Hadžibegić as SC Bastia coach. In January 2016, Hantz replaced the duo of Pascal Baills and Bruno Martini as Montpellier coach. He succeeded in his mission of keeping the club in Ligue 1, with Montpellier ending the season ranking 12th for the 2015–16 season. In January 2017, following a difficult start to the second part of the season, the hardcore supporters of Montpellier, Butte Paillade 91, demonstrated their support for Hantz by showing up at the team's training with slogans in support of the coach and speaking out in his favour. On 30 January 2017, he was replaced as Montpellier coach by former Paris Saint-Germain assistant coach and France national team assistant coach Jean-Louis Gasset, and former Bastia coach Ghislain Printant.
As of match played 19 May 2018
|Rodez||1 July 1998||1 July 2001||107||38||28||41||035.51|
|ESA Brive||1 July 2002||1 July 2004||75||26||22||27||034.67|
|Le Mans||13 December 2004||2 June 2007||108||42||34||32||038.89|
|Sochaux||2 June 2007||12 December 2007||21||3||7||11||014.29|
|Le Havre||18 December 2008||31 May 2009||23||5||2||16||021.74|
|Bastia||22 May 2010||22 May 2014||174||84||38||52||048.28|
|Montpellier||26 January 2016||30 January 2017||41||14||11||16||034.15|
|Metz||28 October 2017||20 May 2018||31||6||10||15||019.35|
Bastia Championnat National: 2010–11 Ligue 2: 2011–12 Individual Ligue 2 Manager of the Year: 2011–12