Chuck Weber (born 1973) is an American ice hockey coach. He is currently the head coach of the Atlanta Gladiators in the ECHL.
From 2006 to 2010, Weber was the head coach of the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL. Weber was named the Coach of Year, winning the John Brophy Award for the 2007–08 season.
At the end of the 2009–10 season, he was promoted to be the head coach the Cyclones' American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Rochester Americans. After one season in Rochester, their National Hockey League affiliate, the Florida Panthers changed their AHL affiliation to the San Antonio Rampage. Weber was then named head coach of the Rampage. In 2013, Weber was reassigned in the Panthers' organization to be the Rampage's director of hockey operations while also having his coaching duties reduced to an associate position.
In June 2014, Weber once again took a head coaching position and moved to the Kontinental Hockey League and the Medveščak Zagreb. However, he would only last three months with the team before being relived of duties. He stayed overseas and became head coach of the Coventry Blaze in the Elite Ice Hockey League (EIHL) in December 2014. While at Coventry, he took the Blaze from ninth to sixth place and qualified for the playoffs. He led the Blaze to a 5–4 aggregate victory over the Nottingham Panthers in the quarterfinals and a place in the EIHL final four weekend. In the semifinals, they beat the Belfast Giants 3–2 after a shootout They then faced the EIHL regular season champion Sheffield Steelers, winning 4-2 and becoming the lowest seed to ever win the EIHL playoffs. At the end of the season, Weber was announced as returning to the Blaze for 2015–16. Despite an eighth place regular season finish, he took the team into the playoffs and once again made the league final. The Blaze then lost to the Nottingham Panthers 2–0. At the end of the season he announced he would not be remaining with Coventry.
In 2016, Weber returned to the Rochester Americans as an assistant coach.
On August 8, 2017, Weber was named as the fifth head coach and general manager of hockey operations for the ECHL's Atlanta Gladiators.