Health & Safety

Recognize to Recover is aimed at promoting safe play and reducing injuries in soccer players of all ages. The first-of-its-kind, the program was developed with the help of medical experts to provide coaches, players, parents and referees with information, guidance and additional educational materials to improve the prevention and management of injuries.

http://www.recognizetorecover.org/#us-soccers-comprehensive-player-health-and-safety-program

Topics Include:

  • Mental Health
  • Concussion Awareness Week
  • Head & Brain Conditions
  • Emergency Action Plans
  • Injury Prevention
  • Injury Recovery
  • Cardiac Condition
  • Respiratory Conditions
  • Environmental Conditions
  • Nutrition & Hydration
  • Medication Resources
  • Soccer for Athletes with a Disability

If the temperatures on the field feels like 20 degrees or below, practices will be cancelled.

If the temperatures on the field feels like 100 degrees or above, practices will be cancelled. 

If there is thunder or a lightening strike with in 10 miles of the field all players, coaches, parents and fans will be asked to leave the field immediately and remain in their cars for a minimum of 30 minutes.