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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.



Our pledge:

  • 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.

Manchester Chinese Centre

Director: Jenny Wong

Address: 67 Ardwick Green North, Manchester, M12 6FX

Telephone: 0161 275 9885



Charity Number: 114121





The Manchester Chinese Centre is a non-profit charity organisation, which was established in 2005 and is run entirely by its volunteers.


They work closely with various community organisations to provide a great service to both the Chinese and British communities in the whole Northwest and promote the understanding and awareness of Chinese culture in the UK.  


They aim to enhance the local community by assisting Chinese speaking people (both refugees and immigrants), throughout Greater Manchester to integrate and access different opportunities, thus enabling them to participate fully in the society.


In Manchester, the centre has a successful track record of working with local residents by providing various Chinese language courses, Chinese interpreting services, workshops and cultural activities and events.  

Photos Provided By MCC Facebook

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