THE BIRMINGHAM CHINESE CENTRE
The Chinese Community Challenge Cup is hosted and run by the Frank Soo Foundation. Our foundation has the aim of encouraging football in the Chinese and East Asian communities.
We are also dedicated to promoting Chinese and East Asian culture through sport and the CCC Cup is an annual charity football tournament designed to raise both money and awareness for the charities that we support.
To donate all profits from the CCC Cup events to the charities that we support.
Raise awareness and promote these charities at all events.
Raise the profile of Chinese and East Asian footballers in the industry and support them in their journey to follow Frank Soo's footsteps.
Birmingham Chinese Community Centre
CEO: Anna Yim
Address: Chinese Community Centre – Birmingham, Q-Lorc Resource Centre, 99 Bradford Street, Digbeth, B12 0NS
Telephone: 0121 685 8510
Charity Number: 1076290
Photos Provided By BCCC
The BCCC has been the primary hub for the Chinese community in Birmingham and the West Midlands since their inception over 40 years ago.
Initially driven to provide practical support as well as companionship and a meeting centre, where nothing existed, they remain a community anchor for Chinese people, especially those socially isolated through age, caring responsibilities and language barriers.
However, these days they also organise more social activities to engage families with children, thereby enabling British-born Chinese to stay in touch with their roots through interaction with the older generations.
They also strive to build bridges between the Chinese and the wider community through cultural activities, such as traditional dance and singing, Chinese language workshops as well as ESOL classes, and networking events for businesses wishing to develop trade links with China.
They are actively engaged in promoting wellbeing through body massage and facials, and health through regular activities such as stretch & tone exercise, walking, table tennis, badminton and Tai Chi.
Prevention is better than cure, therefore they support people to look after their mental, emotional and physical health.