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Risk Management

All Glendale Soccer events and activities, including practices, league games, and tournaments, are required to have volunteer coaches and assistant coaches SafeSport and Concussion Awareness certified and completed an approved national background check. 


National background check and SafeSport and Concussion Awareness certifications are required annually. Please submit the necessary forms immediately at GotSoccer. Click on the following links for instructions to complete your national background check and SafeSport and Concussion Awareness certifications.


Please contact [email protected] if you do not have a username and password credentials, or if you require assistance and have further questions.


About Risk Management

The Risk Management program is in place to identify and assess potential risks for our soccer community and to then monitor and minimize the probability and/or impact those risks could pose. Managing risk ranges from making sure all players wear shin guards to providing background checks for all of our volunteer coaches. The program also includes the SafeSport Act of 2017 mandated by U.S. Soccer in 2019 and U.S. Youth Soccer Kids Safe Program, which provides guidelines for creating the safest possible environment for our participants.


About Safe Sport

What is SafeSport?

SafeSport provides information for all members of the sport community, to understand what misconduct is and provide a pathway to report misconduct. All Glendale Soccer coaches must complete SafeSport certification on an annual basis. Please visit SafeSport to learn more. Glendale Soccer supports this initiative and we need everyone to participate, per U.S. Soccer mandate Policy 212-3 and the SafeSport Act of 2017 (Public Law 115-26).


Types of at-risk abuse include:


• Bullying

• Harassment

• Hazing

• Emotional Misconduct

• Physical Misconduct

• Sexual Misconduct, including Child Sexual Abuse


Who is SafeSport for?

We all play a role in creating a safe environment in youth sports.

• Organizations

• Coaches

• Volunteers

• Parents

• Referees

• Athletes

Why SafeSport?

Sport provides athletes with an opportunity to develop specific athletic skills, as well as life skills. Unfortunately, sport can also be a high-risk environment for misconduct and abuse.

Rules to Follow:

• If you see something, say something

• Report to Risk Manager

• Report it to the Sports Center Created by the Statute

• Report to Local Law Enforcement


About Concussion Awareness

Every year, each Glendale Soccer coach/assistant coach must complete an online concussion prevention program and submit a certificate showing completion of the program to the club/association, in accordance with State law.


Glendale Soccer Association

P.O. Box 20704 
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220
Phone : 317-210-1811
Email : [email protected]
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