PLAYER HEALTH & SAFETY
Please review the information provided below and contact the office should you require further assistance.
Concussions are one of the most overlooked issue in youth sports. If there is any suspicion of a concussion you should remove that player from activity or competition immediately.
Canadian Soccer Association Concussion Guidelines
Concussion Awareness Training Tool (all players, parents and coaches should complete this brief online course)
FIFA’s Pocket Concussion Recognition Tool
Coach.ca – Concussion Awareness for parents, coaches and athletes
Return to Play Guidelines for concussions and other injuries
After a Concussion Guidelines – (excellent step by step guide for a full return to activity)
American College of Sports Medicine Return to Play Guidelines for other types of injury (relevant for players and coaches)
It happens to some more than others. This resource can help you monitor and appropriately address your muscle cramping.
BC Soccer Sport Accident Insurance Claims (all ICSF members can access additional sport accident insurance – claims must be made by the family on the injured player within 30 days of the incident)
Healthy Families BC (Helping British Columbians to make healthier choices)
As always, please contact ICSF for further support.