Concussion and complete injury management compliance software will be used to prevent mismanaged injuries for over 40,000 athletes across the state.
Lexington, KY – The Kentucky Youth Soccer Association (‘Kentucky Youth Soccer’), the state association representing youth soccer in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and HEADCHECK Health, Inc. (HEADCHECK), a leading tech-enabled provider of concussion protocol and injury management for sports organizations, today announced an exclusive partnership. Through HEADCHECK all Kentucky Youth Soccer clubs, teams and players will be able to use HEADCHECK to prevent mismanaged injuries.
“We are excited to partner with HEADCHECK Health,” said Kris Zander, Kentucky Youth Soccer Executive Director. “HEADCHECK Health software is an excellent way for clubs and teams to track concussion and injury related issues with their players. We believe HEADCHECK will be a big asset to the Kentucky soccer community.”
“We are excited to work with Kentucky Youth Soccer on preventing mismanaged injuries,” said HEADCHECK CEO Harrison Brown. “Kris Zander, his staff, and all the volunteers should be applauded for prioritizing the health and safety of their athletes.”
HEADCHECK provides cutting edge concussion and complete injury management compliance software to sports leagues, clubs, teams, state associations, Olympic committees & federations, national governing bodies, and more. Current clients include over 3,000 organizations such as Major League Soccer, the Canadian Football League, New Jersey Youth Soccer, True Lacrosse, and USA Cycling.
ABOUT KENTUCKY YOUTH SOCCER
Kentucky Youth Soccer is a Kentucky non-profit, 501 (c) (3) Tax Exempt Corporation devoted to promoting youth soccer in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Kentucky Youth Soccer represents over 40,000 youth players, 6,000 active coaches, and thousands of volunteers through its network of over 89 local member associations across the state of Kentucky. Learn more about KY Youth Soccer at www.kysoccer.net
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