Mutual of Omaha’s SafeSoccerKids.org is your family’s one-stop source for handy tips, advice and information on the best practices to make sure your child’s soccer experience is both physically and emotionally a fun, safe and healthy one. When you have soccer safety questions and concerns, SafeSoccerKids has the answers for you!

Mutual of Omaha, AYSO and SafeSoccerKids wish you a wonderful soccer season. Stay safe!

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    Safety is our first priority at AYSO. We follow the same guidelines as many other contact sports to ensure the safety of our players. Being a referee is fun and exciting, but at times it can be very challenging.


  • Drop Off vs. Hand Off

    At AYSO, we believe that no child should be left unsupervised before or after a game or practice…




The Fourth of July is one of the most exciting holidays of the summer. It’s a time for relaxing with family and friends, barbecues, and, of course, fireworks.  However, as one of the busiest weekends in the year, there are several factors that can lead to accidents. Here are four quick tips to ensure you have a safe holiday.
1. Be watchful of children in the water
Keep an eye on kids who are near water. Be especially watchful of younger children and those who aren’t strong swimmers. Make sure you are within arm’s length in case there’s an accident, and don’t allow children to run, push or dunk each other.
2. Cook and grill safely
From 2009 to 2013, an average of 8,900 home fires involved grills, barbecues or hibachis, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Whether you are grilling at …


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