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.
Golf carts or utility task vehicle (UTVs) make it easier for youth sports volunteers and league staff to perform a multitude of tasks. However, the safe use and storage of these vehicles should be primary for any volunteer or employee operating them. Here are five tips for staying safe with
Hours on a soccer field can be a sunburn (and skin damage!) waiting to happen for both players and parents. Protection from the sun is important year round, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), not just in the summer or when it’s bright and sunny. Ultraviolet (UV) rays
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
When it comes to carpooling and overnight travel arrangements, parents will want to be aware and vigilant when deferring driving, caretaking and chaperoning responsibilities to other parents. Here are 10 simple tips and best practices to ensure everyone has a fun and safe experience: 1. Always make arrangements with parents