The 2009 Prague Trophy saw us welcome back many friendly faces in the form of Kehar Club, DHL Prague, SK Zelenec, Dogshead FC, JNJ Global Services, Harp Hospada, Atlantic Star and the Rigford Seahawks.

In addition to our valued returning teams El Studs, Leos Latinos and Bure Park Old Boys made their international debuts with

The inaugural winners of the 2007 Prague Masters, Kehar Club, were making their 5th appearance. They were the runners-up 12 months ago in the 2008 Prague Trophy and followed that up with a semi-final appearance in the 2009 Prague Masters in July.

DHL Prague are one of the most experienced clubs in our tournaments. They have taken their challenge to Krakow and Barcelona as well as targeting glory on home soil. DHL Prague entered two squads in the form of DHL Prague Blue and DHL Prague Red. The story for them started in the 2007 Prague Trophy where they finished runners-up. The DHL Prague Red squad then finished runners-up in the 2008 Prague Trophy Plate before going on to win the 2008 Barca Fives Plate. This year they have notched two Plate Semi-Finals (Krakow Trophy, Prague Masters) and a Cup quarter-final (also Prague Masters).

SK Zelenec made their 4th appearance and are always strong contenders. On all three previous appearences they have gone out in the Cup semi-finals and on all three occasions they have gone out to the eventual winners. In their ranks they boast the 2009 Prague Masters top goalscorer, Jiri Jindra. SK Zelenec were looking to go at least one step further this time around.

Rigford Seahawks enter the tournament as current Krakow Trophy champions and will be looking to become only the second team in history to win two tournaments (Olympic Phil Babb won the 2008 Amsterdam Fives and 2009 Algarve Open). With much the same squad as Krakow they were expected to be title contenders again.

Dogshead FC played in the first ever Prague Trophy back in 2007. In that tournament they won their group with a 100% record. Their group included the Southampton Muppets who bore the nucleus of the 2008 Prague Trophy winning East Germany squad. After a fine group performance Dogshead FC were one of the favourites to go on and win the tournament but they were upset in the quarter-finals by We Are Messi. They had their chance to put things right in 2009!

Atlantic Star started their career in the Prague Trophy 12 months ago. They made the Plate Semi-Final on that occasion before going out to DHL Prague Red. An improved performance in the 2009 Krakow Trophy saw them reach the Cup Semi-Final gaining revenge on DHL Prague (Blue team this time) along the way. Captain Clarke Woollam says the 2009 Prague Trophy squad is their strongest yet.

Czech teams JNJ Global Services and Harp Hospada made their debuts back in July and, by their own admissions, did not perform to their potential. Both are back and determined to do themselves justice this time around.

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