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National Concussion Awareness Week

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National Concussion Awareness Week

This week is National Concussion Awareness Week! Utah Youth Soccer Association believes it is vital for coaches, players, and parents to be aware of the symptoms and dangers of a concussion. Continue reading to learn more about concussions as well as the steps UYSA is taking towards prevention and faster recovery.


What is a Concussion??

A concussion is a brain injury that can occur after any blow to the head, neck, or body.

It is important to know the symptoms, because players are more vulnerable to a repeat concussion if they continue playing before full recovery.


Symptoms include:


Nausea and dizziness

Blurred vision

Feeling dazed

Fuzzy or slowed down

Difficulty concentrating

Loss of memory

Slow reaction time

Difficulty remembering new things




Intolerance of bright lights and loud noises


UYSA has put policies and procedures in place in order to keep soccer players safe. It is important for everyone involved in UYSA to understand these procedures so that players can be properly treated and protected. Several important resources are listed below to help coaches, parents, and players.


Stay tuned to Utah Youth Soccer Association’s social media channels for more resources and information.


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Check out a few resources on our website:


Concussion Awareness Information:


UYSA Concussion Management Policy:


Coach Action Plan:


UYSA Concussion Clearance Form