Soccer fans are in for a treat when Dutch champions Ajax challenge local league winners Instant Dict at the Hong Kong Stadium next month. The clash on May 24 is being billed as the 'Battle of the Champions' and the organisers hope to make it a fiesta- style occasion. 'We hope to organise a barbecue for the Dutch community before the game and attract as many Ajax supporters as possible to create a great atmosphere,' organiser Brian Catton of Ken Catton Enterprises said. Ajax, who have never played in Hong Kong before, will be missing several stars who are on World Cup or national duty, including Nigerian striker Tijani Babangida, Finland's Jari Litmanen, Brazilian Marcio Santos and Denmark's Michael Laudrup. But the world-famous team with an outstanding record in Europe will showcase no fewer than eight other internationals - captain Danny Blind, midfielder Richard Witschge, Portugal's Dani da Cruz Carvalho, Polish playmaker Andrzej Rudy, Costa Rican Froylan Ledezma, Shota Arveladze of Georgia, Danish international Ole Tobiasen and Dutch striker Peter Hoekstra. Instant Dict are unlikely to be pushovers, however. Confidence is high following their title success, while Hong Kong played against Chile recently. 'At a time when local football is entering a new era, Ajax is the perfect team to demonstrate teamwork, systems and success,' Ken Ng, the club's executive director, said. Apart from playing the match, Ajax will be conducting a 'football clinic' for talented local players.