FORMAT

The FENIX Trophy is built on a formula divided into two phases: a group stage and the Final 8. The group stage consists of two groups of 4 teams each, in which every club will face its opponents home and away, amounting to a total of 6 games. This stage will run from mid-September until mid-May, featuring one game per week (either on Wednesdays or Thursdays), to provide continuity to the competition throughout the whole period.

The FENIX Trophy Final 8 will take place in Rimini in June and will feature the 8 clubs drawn against each other in matches based on their group table, to define the final ranking. The games will take place on Friday 10th and Saturday 11th, but the whole weekend will be an occasion for a celebration of football and friendship.

GROUPS

GROUP A:

  • HFC Falke (Hamburg, Germany)

  • AS Lodigiani Calcio 1972 (Rome, Italy)

  • CD Cuenca-Mestallistes 1925 (Valencia, Spain)

  • Prague Raptors FC (Prague, Czech Republic)

GROUP B:

  • Brera FC (Milan, Italy)

  • FC United of Manchester (Manchester, UK)

  • Afc DWS (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

  • AKS Zly (Warsaw, Poland)

SCHEDULE

September 22nd 2021 WOLFGANG-MEYER SPORTANLAGE – HAMBURG (GERMANY)
HFC Falke-Prague Raptors Football Club 0-2 (23′ Owusu, 67′ Balzhinimaev)

September 30th 2021 OBRONCOW TOBRUKU – WARSAW (POLAND)
AKS Zly-Brera FC 1-2 (64′, 75′ Abo el Ata (B), 84′ Celoch (Z))

October 6th 2021 QUATRE CARRERES – VALENCIA (SPAIN)
CD Cuenca-Mestallistes 1925-AS Lodigiani Calcio 1972 1-2 (4′ Pasqualini (L), 20′ Tono (C), 68′ Panella (L))

October 20th 2021 LA BORGHESIANA – ROME (ITALY)
AS Lodigiani Calcio 1972-Prague Raptors Football Club 4-1 (10′ Romero (P), 57′, 70′ Finucci (L), 63′ Blandino (L), 88′ Fiorani (L))

October 27th 2021 OBRONCOW TOBRUKU – WARSAW (POLAND)
AKS Zly-FC United of Manchester 1-6 (8’, 25’, 61’ Holmes (U), 48’ Ennis (U), 68’ Onkiewicz (Z), 70’ Burns (U), 82’ Dodd (U))

November 17th 2021 EDEN ARENA – PRAGUE (CZECH REPUBLIC)
Prague Raptors Football Club-CD Cuenca-Mestallistes 1925 0-1 (33′ Mario)

December 1st 2021 QUATRE CARRERES – VALENCIA (SPAIN)
CD Cuenca-Mestallistes 1925-HFC Falke 2-4 (3′, 10′ Schlafke (F), 41′ Ebbecke (F), 71′ Stolte (F), 81′ Rico (C), 85′ Rubo (C))

March 5th 2022 BROADHURST PARK – MANCHESTER (UK)
FC United of Manchester-AKS Zly 10-0 (4′, 42′ Duckworth, 23′ Ennis, 27′, 31′, 37′ Linney, 29′ Galloway, 61′, 70′ Bange, 78′ Smith)

April 5th 2022 LA BORGHESIANA – ROME (ITALY)
AS Lodigiani Calcio 1972-CD Cuenca-Mestallistes 1925 1-2 (31′ Mario (C), 33′ Pepe (L), 87′ Martinez (C))

April 6th 2022 ARENA CIVICA – MILAN (ITALY)
Brera FC-FC United of Manchester 1-3 (10′ Cataldi (B), 15′ Ennis (U), 19′ Waddecar (U), 90′ Linney(U))

April 21st 2022 ARENA CIVICA – MILAN (ITALY)
Brera FC-AKS Zly 1-0 (73′ Vitale (B))

April 27th 2022 LA BORGHESIANA – ROME (ITALY)
AS Lodigiani Calcio 1972-HFC Falke 3-1 (49′ Panella (L), 70′ Finucci (L), 76′ Riemer (F), 86′ Maione (L))

May 3rd 2022* QUATRE CARRERES – VALENCIA (SPAIN)
CD Cuenca-Mestallistes 1925-Prague Raptors Football Club 2-4 (10′ Owusu (P), 23′ Riaza (C), 40′ Navas (C), 80′ Darvishi (P), 85′ Harris-James (P), 88′ Iliev (P))

May 4th 2022 BROADHURST PARK – MANCHESTER (UK)
FC United of Manchester-Brera FC 2-1 (17′ Askew (U), 60′ Galloway (U), 63′ Abo El Ata (B))

May 10th 2022 STADION HAGENBECKSTRAßE – HAMBURG (GERMANY)
HFC Falke-CD Cuenca-Mestallistes 1925

May 24th 2022 ZLICIN ARENA – PRAGUE (CZECH REPUBLIC)
Prague Raptors Football Club-AS Lodigiani Calcio 1972

May 25th 2022 STADION HAGENBECKSTRAßE – HAMBURG (GERMANY)
HFC Falke-AS Lodigiani Calcio 1972

June 2nd 2022 ZLICIN ARENA – PRAGUE (CZECH REPUBLIC)
Prague Raptors Football Club-HFC Falke

*due to heavy rainfall in Valencia, the game was postponed to May 4th

TABLES

COVERAGE

The European dimension of the event and the presence of iconic clubs forms the central narrative in terms of communication.

Every match will be broadcast via free live streaming through the competition’s YouTube channel. The games will feature double commentary, both in the home team’s and away team’s language. Staging one game per week – for a total of 24 weeks – allows the clubs’ fanbases’ interest to focus on a single game at a time.