New Jersey Youth Soccer Advances Athlete Health, Safety, and Injury Management With HEADCHECK Health


New Jersey Youth Soccer has become the first state youth soccer association to invest directly in concussion and complete injury management compliance software to prevent mismanaged injuries for over 100,000 athletes.

Freehold, N.J. (Nov. 29, 2022) – New Jersey Youth Soccer (NJYS), a leading state youth soccer association with over 100,000 athletes, and HEADCHECK Health, Inc. (HEADCHECK), a leading tech-enabled provider of concussion protocol and injury management for sports organizations, today announced an exclusive partnership. All NJYS clubs, teams and players will be eligible to register with and use HEADCHECK. Further, this technology will be provided to all NJYS Olympic Development Program players as part of their participation.

“We are excited to partner with HEADCHECK to expand continue our commitment to the safety,” said Evan Dabby, NJYS Executive Director. “Our vision is to provide fun and safe soccer experiences at all ages and abilities for the youth soccer community, and this partnership is the perfect fit.”

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, True Lacrosse, and USA Cycling.

“We’re thrilled to partner with a leader in youth soccer in NJYS and positively impact such a large number of athletes,” said HEADCHECK CEO Harrison Brown. “Evan and his team are outstanding and we are excited to support soccer players in New Jersey from the ODP levels to youth rec players.”

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New Jersey Youth Soccer, a 501(c) (3) organization affiliated with U.S. Youth Soccer and the U.S. Soccer Federation, is comprised of more than 100,000 players from 5 to 19-years-old; 20,000+ coaches; and thousands of volunteers. Members collectively support the sport of soccer through training, practice, competition and the spirit of good sportsmanship. The association features recreational, travel soccer programs at multiple skill levels; Olympic Development Programs (ODP); tournaments including the National Championship series; coach and referee training and certification programs; and TOPSoccer, a program for children with special needs.

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