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Manheim Soccer Club

Manheim Soccer Club


Field Policy

  • No Smoking and No Pets allowed at MASC Fields during practices and games.  
  • Noncompliance with this policy will result in being asked to leave the field area.

Thunder and Lightning Policy

  • Manheim Soccer Club strives to have a safe playing environment.  This includes situations involving thunder or lightning.
  • When thunder is heard, or lightning is seen, a thunderstorm is close enough to strike your location with lightning. Suspend play IMMEDIATELY and take shelter.
  • Thirty-minute rule. Once play has been suspended, wait at least 30-thirty minutes after the last thunder is heard or flash of lightning is witnessed prior to resuming play.
  • Any subsequent thunder or lightning after the beginning of the 30-thirty minute count, reset the clock and another 30-thirty minute count should begin. 

Concussion Policy

  • Manheim Soccer Club strives to provide a safe playing environment.  This includes the need for concussion education and appropriate removal and return to play for any players suspected of suffering a concussion.
  • Definition of a Concussion: a traumatic brain injury that interferes with normal brain function. Medically a concussion is a complex pathophysiological event to the brain that is induced by trauma which may or may not involve a loss of consciousness. Concussion results in a constellation of physical cognitive, emotional, and sleep related symptoms. Signs or symptoms may last from several minutes to a day, weeks or even longer in some cases.
  • Manheim Soccer Club will:

* Abide by EPYSA policy and PA Act 101

* Provide educational materials to its parents and players
* Ensure that each coach take one of the on-line training courses approved by the PA Department of Health

* Submit the Annual Concussion Education and Training Certification form.

  • ·Any player exhibiting the signs or symptoms of a concussion or traumatic brain injury while participating in sanctioned soccer activities (training, games, tournaments, scrimmages) shall be removed by the coach from participation at that time.  In addition, coaches should not allow a child to participate if they are aware of a concussion received from another activity outside of their direct authority.
  • The coach shall not return a child to soccer participation until the child is evaluated and cleared for return to participation in writing by a licensed physician who is trained in the evaluation and management of concussions or a licensed or certified health care professional trained in the evaluation and management of concussions and designated by such licensed physician.
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