|Governing Body||Ultimate México|
|Colors||Red, White, Yellow|
|Captain||Sergio Ramirez, Jose Luis Espinosa, Jose Sosa, Luis Arturo Ramos|
 Fénix Ultimate
Fenix Ultimate is an open Ultimate team based in Mexico City. Fenix competes in the central region. Fenix's first appearance on the tournament scene in Mexico was at the 2007 "Azul y Oro" tournament.
The team was originally called "Pumas UNAM", however after learning of some UNAM policies restricting the use of the Pumas name, the team became Fénix UNAM. Fénix UNAM has won 6 consecutive national titles (2008-2012), the most in Mexican Ultimate history. Olamaya is the closest in number of national victories with 3 national championships. The first 2 titles were won in as a part of the National Ultimate Circuit and the 4 latests titles were won under the new National Championship format of national competition in Mexico. During 2013 the squad decided to change the name to Fenix Ultimate, because the UNAM already had to many teams and in that way Fenix was looking to open spaces on the University.
Fénix has achieved great success in their brief history, winning the national title 6 times since 2007 , and participating in two international tournaments as a club: World Utlimate Club Championship (WUCC) at Prague in 2010 and Pan American Ultimate Championship (PAUC) at Medellin, Colombia in 2011.
Fenix first appeared as a team organizing and playing the tourament "Azul y Oro". This year they also reached their first podium, placing second in the classic Mexican tournament, "Discopa". This year, the base of the future championship team was formed with players like Sergio "Cheko" Ramirez, Manuel "Manu" Oseguera, Rafael "Rafa" Oseguera, David "Morro" Gonzalez, Ulises "Uli" Gonzalez, Rodrigo "Ro" Navarro, Andres "Bro" Gonzalez San Roman, Mario Rodriguez, Daniel Estrada and Juan "JuanRa" Perez.
In 2008, three Fenix players--Rafa, Manu and Cheko--represented Mexico on the national team at the World Ultimate and Guts Championships tournament in Vancouver, British Columbia. This year, Fenix also won its first tournament at Discotlan (Estado de Mexico, Mexico) winning important points for the National Ultimate Circuit. 2 months later they won Discopa (Zumpango, Estado de Mexico) gaining enough points to win the national title for the first time. This year, new players like Fabian "Fabo" Ramirez and Luis "Primo" Ramos joined the team.
After their first national title, Fénix maintained its strong base of players, and hoped to win the national title, granting right to represent Mexico at the World Ultimate Club Championship in Prague, Czech Republic. Also they have the arrival of 16 years old Esteban Ramirez, who would become on a importand part of the team on years to come. They placed second on their first tournament "Fiebre en el Desierto"(San Luis Potosi, Mexico), first at "Disco en La LLuvia"(Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico), fourth at Discotlan, and fifth at Discopa. Their year-long performance gathered enough points to win Fenix's second national title and the right to represent Mexico in Prague.
During the summer of 2010, Fenix participated in the WUCC in Prague, where they won two games. They became the first Mexican team to achieve two victories at an international tourament. This year, the format of the Mexican Ultimate championship system changed from the National Ultimate Circuit to a two tournament format: qualifying Regional and National Tournaments. Fénix won their region undefeated and advanced to nationals. At nationals, they won their third consecutive national title beating the local team, Avalon, from San Luis in the final. This year welcomed new players to the team including Jose Luis "Pepe" Espinoza, Alfonso "Poncho" Castro, Mario "Mushu" Navarrete, Arnold "ArnoldMan" Orellana.
At the national tournament in Xalapa, México, Fénix hope to take their fourth title after winning their region with a 7-3 record. They defeated Discobolos from Queretaro in the final, earning a spot for PAUC (Pan american Ultimate Championship) and the right to be the base team for the national representative team at the 2012 World Ultimate and Guts Championships.
In November, Fenix traveled to compete at PAUC, in Medillin, Colombia, where they played for a 2-4 record, beating Truco from Argentina and Colombia Pre-National Coed Team.
At the merged central and easter regional tournament, Fénix reached the final. They played against Halcones UV from Xalapa, losing 12-10, putting them in the number two seed position for the national tournament. At Nationals, Fénix went undefeated and beat Malaki from Queretaro in the final (15-10), winning their fifth consecutive national title.
On July the Word Ultimate and Guts Championship took place at Sakai, Japan. During this tournament 7 Fenix player became part of Mexico national team and help it to win their first two games as a national team in an international competition
During his 6th year the team change the way they select player, doing for the first time a long tryout, selecting the base of this year roster. Winning 27 games and losing only 3, Fenix cruise during Regionals going undefeaded and won the 2013 National without losing a game. The team beat Malaki (for the second year in a row) 10-9 in a hard capped game. With this victory Fénix got the chance to play at WUCC for the second time in a row. The 2014 WUCC will be held in Lecco, Italy.
 Season Results
- 2007 3rd Place at CNU
- 2008 1st Place at CNU
- 2009 1st Place at CNU
- 2010 44nd Place at WUCC
- 2010 1st Place at Nationals
- 2011 1st Place at Nationals
- 2011 9th Place at PAUC
- 2012 1st Place at Nationals
- 2013 1st Place at Nationals
 2013 Roster
|4||Mexico||Handler/Cutter||Luis A. Ramos||Primo|
|20||México||Cutter||Carlos Andres Pérez||Pelón|
|22||Mexico||Handler/Cutter||Jose Luis Espinoza||Pepe|
|97||United States||Cutter||James Evans||Jimmy|
 Foreing players that played for Fénix
|Canada||Handler||Adrew Gibson||Mr. Gibson|
|United States||Handler||Jaime Arambula||Idaho|
|United States||Handler||Scott Berens||Seductor|
|United States||Handler/Cutter||Ryan Bigley||Biggs|
|United States||Handler||Judah Brownstein||Judencio|
|United States||Handler||Joe Sowers||Joe Cool|
|United States||Cutter||James Evans||Jimmy|
Fénix's main rivalry is against Mexico City neighbors Kowabunga, whom they always face each other on regionals, always having close games.
- Oficial Fenix Ultimate [www.fenixultimate.org]