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SafeSport training and parent toolkit:

MSA is a member of US Youth Soccer.  US Youth Soccer is a National Affiliate member of the national governing body for the sport of soccer in the United States, the U.S. Soccer Federation (U.S. Soccer). U.S. Soccer has developed the Safe Soccer Framework as a foundation from which all participants in the soccer community, be they athletes, coaches, referees, administrators or volunteers, play an active role in creating an environment free from emotional, physical or sexual abuse. The Safe Soccer Framework is a comprehensive program of policies and process, screening, education and training, reporting, monitoring and enforcement designed to help participants detect and report abuse, respond to it, and prevent future occurrences.

MSA requires anyone 18 and older to complete the SafeSport training certification. This includes Players, Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Trainers, Team Managers, etc.

To upload your Safe Sport certification into your Got Sport profile, click HERE for instructions.

Everyone Wins When All Athletes are Safe and Supported

SafeSport's approach to preventing abuse in sport begins with awareness and how to recognize the red flags of emotional, physical and sexual misconduct, and then what to do if abuse does occur. The online SafeSport™ Trained 90-minute core course covers the following topics in-depth and provide a pre-and post-testing component:

  • Mandatory Reporting (More Info)
  • Sexual Misconduct Awareness Education
  • Emotional and Physical Misconduct  

To find out more on this program visit here