Most goal post related injuries in youth soccer happen when a child or adult climbs on or hangs from the crossbar of an unsecured, unattended or improperly anchored goal, causing the goal to tip over. Even something as simple as a gust of wind can topple an unsecured goal. To
With youth soccer participation at an all-time high, it’s important to avoid the potential dangers of dropping off and picking up your player. When parking lots get crowded, kids are rushing around to make their games and cars are zooming around for parking spots, make safety the number one concern.
Though it’s never an easy thing to talk about, the best way to protect your child from a dangerous person is to prepare them. Talk about safety openly with your kids so they’re more likely to come to you if something feels wrong. Here are five smart tips to keep
When darkness comes early or field lights don’t work as well as they should, teams are faced with the dilemma of whether to play in less than ideal lighting conditions or cancel practice. Here are three tips to ensure all families and players are safe in the dark: 1. Practices