FC United one of eight European non-league sides entering the Fenix Trophy
Northern Premier League side FC United of Manchester are one of eight teams from across Europe taking part in the inaugural Fenix Trophy.
AFC DWS – one of the oldest football clubs in Amsterdam, Door Wilskracht Sterk were Dutch league champions in 1964 but now play in the sixth tier of amateur football in the Netherlands
AS Lodigiani 1972 – a Rome-based club renowned for having one of the finest youth systems in Italian football (Francesco Totti is a former player)
AKS ZLY – a supporter-owned alternative sports club from Warsaw which was founded in 2015 and aims to support its local community
Prague Raptors – a multi-national club based in the Czech capital that was formed in 2017 and is committed to diversity and equality
CD Cuenca-Mestallistes 1925 – the oldest amateur club in Valencia, Club Deportivo Cuenca Mestallistes 1925 plays in the seventh tier of Spanish football and recently became a supporter-owned club
HFC Falke e.V. – a supporter-owned club founded by Hamburg fans in 2014 that currently plays in Germany’s seventh tier
The Northern Premier League have given permission to the club to take part in the tournament, whilst approval from the FA is still needed which the club say they are in the process of obtaining.