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Safety Overview

We love our kids!

At LUFC, we strive to provide quality soccer experiences for our members in a safe and healthy environment.  In an effort to achieve this goal, LUFC has compiled a set of safety policies and guidelines regarding several areas of the organization.  The objective is to outline procedures, many of them new, which can be followed by players, coaches, parents and others to provide a safe, enjoyable place for our children.

The Player Safety Policies and Guidlines focus on:

  1. Parent Responsibilities at Practice and Games
  2. Transportation
  3. Inclement Weather Procedures
  4. Check-in and Check-out Procedures
  5. Medical Releases and Situations
  6. LUFC (Background Checks)
  7. Movement of Soccer Goals
  8. Injury Information

Team Managers, please review and incorporate the policy topics in this overview with your team's parents.  LUFC thanks you for helping take care of all of our kids.

Concussion Safety

Take Concussion Seriously! When in doubt sit them out!

Avoiding proper concussion treatment can end your soccer career, even if you are one of the top athletes in the game.


What is a Concussion?

A concussion is a brain injury that:

  1. Is caused by a bump or blow to the head
  2. Can change the way your brain normally works
  3. Can occur during practices or games in any sport
  4. Can happen even if you haven't been knocked out
  5. Can be serious even if you've just been "dinged"


What are symptoms of Concussion?

  1. Headache or pressure in the head
  2. Nausea or vomitting
  3. Balance problems or dizziness
  4. Double or blurry vision
  5. Appears dazed or confused
  6. Is confused about assignment or position
  7. Forgets an instruction
  8. Is unsure of game, score or opponent
  9. Moves clumsily
  10. Answers questions slowly
  11. Loses consciousness (even briefly)
  12. Shows mood, behavior or personality changes
  13. Can't recall events prior to or after head injury - Concussion Training Video

Recreational Concussion Forms

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