The Frank Soo Foundation is a company limited by guarantee in England & Wales (No: 10817386)

Company Registered Address:

10-12 Mulberry Green, Harlow, Essex, CM17 0ET

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The Chinese Community Challenge Cup was founded in 2009 by Alan Lau. It is a one-day tournament that pits some of London's best 5-a-side teams against each other to win the coveted Chinese Challenge Cup.


Initially, there were only 16 teams but it has since grown to a record 32 teams and 3 ladies teams. 


In 2017, the tournament expanded outside of London and held the first ever tournament within Manchester, with all profits raised going to the Manchester Chinese Centre.


For more information, please visit; alternatively, email us at:

The Frank Soo Youth Development Fund 

The Frank Soo Foundation are proud to be able to announce the formation of our new youth fund, The Frank Soo Youth Development Fund. Click here to find out more.


We are currently planning on getting Frank Soo's caps officially recognised by the FA. Frank played during World War II and as a result, none of his matches for England ever counted.


We hope to change that, so please keep an eye out on our "News" section for updates.



We want to support and guide the next generation of footballers, so we are currently planning a sponsorship project where we provide funding for football teams and players as they make their footballing journey.