Welcome to SafeSoccerKids.org, 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.SafeSoccerKids is brought to you by Continental Tire, the official tire of the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO), Major League Soccer, U.S. Soccer, IMSA road racing and collegiate basketball across the nation.When you have soccer safety questions and concerns, SafeSoccerKids has the answers for you! Continental Tire is the proud sponsor of the AYSO Safe Haven® program, the unique child safety program of the world’s biggest youth soccer club. Safe Haven® training (available online and in-person) is required for every registered AYSO coach, referee, administrator and volunteer helper. Continental Tire, AYSO and SafeSoccerKids wish you a wonderful soccer season. Stay safe!


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Sometimes the most treacherous storms can be the least expected. You might wake up in the morning and head to the soccer field with sunny skies, but that at times, isn’t an indicator. Here are three safety tips for you and your children if you’re ever at the field and a storm unpredictably comes your way: 1. Cancel games and practices: If you hear thunder or see any lightning, games and practices should be cancelled immediately. Also, don’t wait for the rain. Many people take shelter or leave because of the rain, but some of the worst lightning strikes take place before the rain actually falls. Be sure to always keep an eye on the sky! 2. If you can’t get to a shelter, stay away from trees and metal objects: If you’re parked far away from your vehicle or you’re waiting for a family member, don’t wait by trees. Lightning tends ...

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