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NSSA partners with the U.S. Center for SafeSport to educate member clubs and provide all volunteers child abuse prevention training free of charge. Please note that since the passage of the Safe Sport Act of 2017, all NSS adult participants are considered mandatory reporters. All adult participants must complete the SafeSport training before they are allowed to participate with youth participants. More information about SafeSport can be found on our website. Please contact your club for training information.

On April 14th, 2012, Governor Heineman signed into law LB260, the Nebraska Concussion Awareness Act. This bill took effect July 1, 2012. The bill affects athletes 19 years old or younger, sports organizations, including youth leagues, club sports, or any organization sponsoring a sporting activity where there is a cost to participants or where such costs are sponsored must follow the law. As a benefit of belonging to Nebraska State Soccer we have created a concussion website to help our Affiliate Members comply with the law.

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.

Injury Prevention

Injury Recovery

Head & Brain Conditions

Environmental Concerns

Cardiac Conditions

NSSA has partnered with PH Cover to provide General Liability & Accident Participant Liability coverage to our membership. More information on our insurance coverage can be found here.



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