FC Oslo looking to avoid second consecutive defeat in the 2023-24 Fenix Trophy, whilst Lewes FC aim to kick off their campaign with a win.
The third edition of the Fenix Trophy is well underway bringing together non-professional teams from across Europe all matched with a charity partner, with the aim of the trophy highlighting best practices within non-professional football.
Learn more about the Fenix Trophy here.
Action continues on Tuesday at The Dripping Pan where Lewes can pick up their first three points of Group D with victory over the Norwegian side.
Speaking to BBC Radio Sussex ahead of the tie, Lewes CEO Maggie Murphy joked “we couldn’t let Brighton have all the fun entering Europe for the first time” expressing the excitement and gratitude of everyone within the club to be playing European football for the first time.
Oslo are also hoping to pick up their first points of the group stage, having lost their first match 1-0 in Belgium against KSK Beveren.
They are coming into this game having become champions of the Norwegian fourth division.
Here’s the team looking to secure Lewes’ first win of Group D: