The two-day adidas Plus Challenge football tournament at Mongkok Stadium isn't the only soccer extravaganza scheduled for this weekend. Hong Kong's biggest one-day tournament, backed by Arsenal Football Club, will see about 700 young players testing their skills at King George V School (KGV) on Sunday. The Hong Kong Football Academy Arsenal Soccer School will host its second annual event at KGV in Homantin. A total of 68 teams, including those aged 5-17, will take part. Top English Premier League team Arsenal are aiming to develop youth football in the SAR with the help of the Hong Kong Football Academy, an affiliation which started two years ago. Academy director Edward Fordham said the tournament would be the biggest one-day event of its kind in Hong Kong. Teams will be divided into under-6, under-8, under-10, under-12 and under-15 age categories. Many of the successful sides at the recent Nike Football Fives competition have signed up for another chance to take on their rivals. Matches will be in five-a-side, seven-a-side and 10-a-side formats, using a round-robin system. 'The day promises to test children's individual skills as well as team spirit,' said Fordham. 'What better way for an early kick-off to the 2006 World Cup in Germany?' Fordham draws comparisons to the World Cup as his tournament brings together communities and teams that originate from places such as Nepal, Pakistan, Portugal, Europe and Japan. 'We've created an opportunity for Hong Kong's youth to celebrate both football and humanity,' he said. The Arsenal Soccer School is a specialist football company that is officially related to the famous English club. The school runs year-round soccer training programmes, holiday camps and clinics, using Arsenal's unique curriculum. The school currently trains 800-plus children, aged 5-17, every week. It competes in local leagues and tournaments (where its teams are champions in all age groups) and also sends teams to international events.