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Sat 15th June 2024
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Welcome to the Chinese Community Challenge Cup website! This is the place to get your news and updates for the tournaments.


The Chinese Community Challenge Cup is hosted and organised by the Frank Soo Foundation. The tournament started in 2010 and has helped raise thousands for charity.


Click below to find out more about this year's tournament and how you can register to play, sponsor or volunteer at the event.

The Chinese Community

Challenge Cup 2024!

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Our pledge for each tournament is to donate all profits to charity. However, we cannot do this without the help of our sponsors. They are the reason why the CCC Cup can be as big and bold as it has been over the years. The more sponsors we have, the bigger the event and thus the more exposure there is. This in return generates more profits for the charities that we support. 

Every year we need volunteers to help us run and manage the tournaments. This year we'll need volunteers for both Manchester and London, so email us know to find out more and register to volunteer for one of the roles below:

  • Runners

  • Pitch Managers

  • Team Managers

  • Score Desk/Registration

  • Photographers

  • Videographers 

Visit our volunteering page to get detailed information on each role and what we are looking for.

  • London (South Cup):

11.30AM - 6PM​

  • London (South Cup):

Goals Wembley
Alperton Playing Fields, Alperton Ln, Wembley HA0 1JH

The Chinese Community Challenge Cup supports two charities, the Chinese Community Centres in London and Manchester. The purpose of the cup is to not only generate funds for the community centres but also to create support and awareness for the amazing work that they do every day.

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Our website is very easy to navigate, however, should you have any questions regarding any aspect of the tournament or if you would like to sponsor or volunteer for our events then please click the button below!

The Frank Soo Foundation strongly supports the Kick It Out Campaign. Racism should not have a place in modern society. We believe that football is inclusive and that it brings people and communities together. We do not believe in barriers in sports, so there is no limit to nationality, race or creed in our tournaments. Anyone and everyone is welcome to either take part, volunteer or simply just to watch! Click on the logo below to find out more information about the Kick It Out Campaign.

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